Clear Lake High School American Heritage classes held a cemetery walk on Sunday.
Olmsted County authorities say there is no threat to the public after a reported knife incident over the weekend.
The 10th Annual Out of the Darkness Walk was held at Southbridge Mall on Saturday.
The Walk to End Alzheimer’s event was held at Mason City High School on Saturday.
The 30th Annual Big Island Rendezvous is being held at Bancroft Bay Park October 1-2.
Democratic Vice Presidential nominee Tim Kaine’s wife Anne Holton visited North Iowa on Friday.
Homes and businesses in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota are damaged by last weeks flooding.
Andy Hill, a farmer from Manly is gearing up to harvest his crops.
The Mason City Fire Department held a ceremony on Friday to celebrate a new addition to the team.
The Cerro Gordo County Department of Public Health has been awarded a 3-year lead-based hazard control grant.
The buddy bench campaign was launched to help foster friendships and eliminate loneliness on playgrounds across the U.S.
The open house event kicks off the annual Heritage Days celebration at Mayo Clinic.
Dr. Stephen Dahmer was apart of a panel on medical cannabis at the 18th annual Internal Medicine Review hosted by Mayo Clinic.
Mitchell County Supervisors are looking at the possibility of changing signage at rural intersections.
Human trafficking is happening in our area and students are learning how to stay safe.
Sumner gets a visit from a local official.
Arrested after stabbing incident in the Manor Country Club area.
Cerro Gordo County residents may request loads of mulch by contacting the Cerro Gordo County Conservation Board.
She’ll be sentenced in January.
The Humane Society of North Iowa is honoring employee Rachel Garcia, who is celebrating her 30th anniversary with the organization.
Deputies are searching for a wanted man after he fled allegedly from authorities during a traffic stop on Thursday night.
A man and woman were arrested after a police pursuit on Thursday afternoon.
One Mayo researcher called the findings more extensive and dramatic than they predicted.
County and city leaders are coming together to look at potential threats to Cerro Gordo County.
Carol Schmidt and members of Eden Presbyterian Church in Osage started the lord’s lettuce project in 2011.
If you are an avid coffee drinker, then grab another cup of joe and celebrate.
While some people know exactly who they’re voting for, others are unsure if they’ll vote at all.
High schools in Mitchell County participated in a college fair at Osage High School.
A national commercial bus shortage is impacting several rural North Iowa communities.
The city of Albert Lea is improving their city garage and they’re looking for the public’s feedback.