It’s supposed to be a huge project in Charles City to attract more residents downtown to live and shop, but an oversight by the city means a zoning ordinance is standing in the way of construction.
There are some significant changes coming on October 1st, and they have to do with food assistance programs in our area.
A national grant is looking to help improve the drinking water quality in Cerro Gordo County.
The most recent data from First Star, an organization that raises the awareness of child abuse, says that in 2006 more than 900,000 children were victims of abuse. More than 300,000 of those children were removed from their homes. Our area is not left out of that.
Tuesday, children at the Mayo Clinic Children’s Center were greeted with a special visit from Elmo, but the fun continued Wednesday.
Experts are coming from miles away to offer insight on how north Iowans can improve their pathways, whether they’re traveling by bike, wheelchair, or foot.
Minnesota educators are moving forward with a different system.
The government says it will recommend that new cars have the safety option.
The American Red Cross says they have deployed more than 800 volunteers to the area and have served more than 46,000 meals and snacks.
The United States Army is about to announce new grooming rules for incoming soldiers including banning visible tattoos.