An arrest has been made after an early morning burglary at Tailgater’s in Mason City.
DWI charges dismissed in pursuit through Mower and Dodge counties.
Expect to hear some classic tunes while in your room at Mayo.
Rochester police say a 72-year-old woman has died from injuries sustained in a vehicle vs. bicycle accident on Tuesday.
Mayo Clinic has announced that it will collaborate with M.A. Mortenson Company for Destination Medical Center’s Discovery Square.
Last year, more than 3 million people visited the Med City.
More research is being done on the correlation between TBI and domestic violence.
Voter’s information could be at risk.
$191 million in Cerro Gordo County.
Infrared camera detected flames in the attic.
But not because kids are having less sex.
One local man is being inducted into the Iowa Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame.
Hayfield man killed; his wife’s legs were broken.
This month’s award goes to Blanche Chizek.
Mason City man was arrested Thursday.
Money-saving idea being considered in Hancock and Winnebago counties.
Harley Davidson in Mason City had their parking lot packed with participants of the Nation of Patriots tour.
The price of seed is expected to remain low for the rest of the year.
The Mower County Historical Museum is hosting a traveling exhibit.
Plea deal results in 43 charges being dropped.
Each and every morning, many in our area wake up and get dressed for work — but some don’t have the proper clothes to put on.
KIMT News 3 – Finances on Friday with Casey Martin for August 26, 2016.
Woman says she wanted to buy pot and got robbed instead.
Must pay nearly $50,000 in restitution.
You can help thousands in this area.
Police say the 21-year-old Kuwait man involved in the incident had recently suffered a head injury and will not face charges.
The Forest City School District invited several area lawmakers as well as their opponents to voice their concerns.
The Winnebago County Conservation Board is working to bring an Environmental Education Center to the area.
Rochester for Justice will be collecting items and cash donations until Sept. 11.
MnDOT crews will be working on the Hwy 52 bridge decks beginning Wednesday evening.