A job well done.
The 12th annual Empty Bowls Event is benefiting the Channel One Regional Food Bank.
Why leaves can cause serious problems if they get into storm sewer systems.
The stop was part of the “87 Counties in 86 Days” tour.
Promoting recycling and keeping materials out of the landfill.
Cerro Gordo County started offering satellite absentee voting on Thursday.
Clear Lake Area Chamber of Commerce teaming with Clear Lake High School.
A new report finds that blacks are treated differently than whites in Iowa when it comes to drug arrests.
Audio of Nicholas Lenz interviewing with law enforcement played throughout the courtroom.
Students get a look at how District Court really works.
Concurrent sentences on drug possession on criminal vehicular operation.
Forest City woman is in the intensive care unit.
Austin Hy-Vee Dietitian Courtney Kremer shows us how to make this simple and delicious snack.
Officials say this is a big move in stopping generational homelessness.
Many colleges in Minnesota are taking part in what’s called the “Ballot Bowl.”
A wanted man and woman were arrested in Rochester on Wednesday after allegedly fleeing from officers.
Emerald ash borer, the invasive beetle that attacks and kills ash trees, has been confirmed in Adair and Adams counties.
The musical is bringing folks out to NIACC to learn a little more.
Big freeze means folks are thinking about turning on the heat.
Several agencies collaborated with Hancock County residents on Wednesday to discuss the state of Eldred Sherwood Lake near Klemme.
The open house events across our area are in recognition of Fire Prevention Week.
The new victim witness coordinator helps victims of burglary, sexual assault, domestic violence and other crimes.
An ordinance in Garner for all-terrain vehicles and off-road utility vehicles was proposed three months ago.
Nicholas Lenz heard his ex-girlfriend testify to what allegedly happened March 5 through 7 of this year.
It’s the first step in securing federal assistance.
Pledged corn as collateral, then sold it.
Our weekly segment with Austin Public Schools.
Gets 115 months after second robbery was caught on video by KIMT reporter.
Drug found when he was booked into the Olmsted County jail on traffic warrants.
It’s the first section of the Civic Center expansion to finish.