Pleaded guilty to stealing from his employer.
Also receives five years of probation.
A 21-year-old Buffalo Center man died in a head-on crash on Monday afternoon despite wearing a seat belt.
Relative died just three days after authorities took her from home to the hospital.
Allegedly called police and said a student had a gun and was holding a teacher hostage.
Police say it apparently was a teen hunting with a BB gun.
A total of eight people were cited.
Woman is one of two charged with stealing an SUV.
Happens just hours after the second presidential debate.
Accused of delivering the drug in March.
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The owners of Young Construction in Mason City are reporting a significant theft from over the weekend.
A 54-year-old man was rescued by a kayaker after his sailboat overturned Sunday on Fountain Lake.
Huntley Gardens held a Fall Harvest Festival on Sunday.
The YMCA in Mason City held their Big Blue 5K fundraiser on Sunday.
Socktoberfest is being held at the Mitchell County Fairgrounds Oct. 7-9.
A 5K run and walk was held at North Iowa Area Community College Saturday for Blair Smith.
Forest City city leaders as well as around 20 locals toured Winnebago Industries on Friday as part of manufacturing month.
Fox Auction Company will hold an auction of vintage speed and car parts Saturday beginning at 9:30 a.m.
Now a North Iowa man is planning to head there to assist with the recovery efforts.
It’s an issue no one wants to hear about but has killed thousands of people.
Sukup Manufacturing to send additional Safe T Homes® to the island nation.
A local group is seeking volunteers to help homeowners clean up flood damage.
The new Facebook group “Gather” is having their first event this weekend.
The Albert Lea Fire Department is getting a chance to show the public the Fire Station.
Seasonal hiring is starting up, but will it help raise unemployment?
Westown Place Apartments is moving towards constructions
The Mason City Police Department participated in national Coffee with a Cop day Friday.
U.S. Senator Joni Ernst answered questions from those in Cerro Gordo County.
His criminal conviction was overturned and a retrial has not yet been scheduled.