A piece of history was made in Minnesota on Monday as Governor Dayton signed the bill that will increase the minimum wage for over 300,000 people. As you can imagine, the thought of higher paychecks excites most people who are currently working at a minimum wage level but others have their concerns.
But an old school building in North Iowa is getting a second chance.
Now a newer trend is shaping and stay-at-home moms are taking over once again.
A study on jail assaults shows a growing number of people being held on immigration charges are targeted for assaults while in custody.
Following a poor grade from last year’s report on the Floyd County Jail, the lead inspector on the case pays them a visit.
A former Freeborn County employee claims she was wrongfully terminated nearly three years ago, and now she has reached a settlement out of court with the county.
Some area fourth graders are getting a little help from across the pond.
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has been working to gather information on a beverage container deposit system.
It’s the final push to get everything squared away with taxes and folks everywhere were heading to their area posts offices to get things sent off.
Clear Lake Police officials will be reporting to a new building by October thanks to a major renovation.
Man collapsed after gas leak
Iowa identifies 9 wrongly disenfranchised voters
Dayton to put minimum wage boost into law
One Iowa program is using books to unite people from all over the state.
Thanks to Gov. Branstad, April is now recognized as architecture awareness month in Iowa.