When you think about wineries and vineyards, you may think of California, or even Italy. But believe it or not some of the fastest growing wine markets are in our area.
There have been a number of fires across our area in the last couple of weeks.
It was another successful year for our “Giving Your Best Family Fair” at the North Iowa Event Center.
A 10-year-old girl has been found dead after a hay bale fire on a farm in southwestern Minnesota.
The University of Iowa has taken the unusual step of expelling a student for sexual misconduct, weeks after the school president announced a zero-tolerance stance toward assault.
Following years of allegations aimed at the Catholic Church, the leader of the church is issuing an apology of his own.
Iowa legislators say it may take more than having a close neighbor increase their wages for Iowa to do the same.
Nearly 80 high school students participated.
Cerro Gordo County Sheriff Kevin Pals is the chairman of the task force and says this year they’re expecting a big cut in federal funding.
The Habitat for humanity ReStore has salvaged over 100 homes and this weekend are working on 8 more.
The 39th annual Quiodlibet variety show will be held on April 11-12.
The vehicle isn’t something you see everyday.
Iowa finds 9 more wrongly rejected votes in 2012
Those who frequent the Charles City Library to use their internet service may see a change in the sites you can and can’t visit.
The count down to RAGBRAI 2014 is now under 100 days. This year Mason City is the primary overnight location for riders which has organizers looking for volunteers.