It’s common for athletes to catch skin infections during fall sports, especially football, and wrestling.
Millions tuned in to watch the Vice Presidential candidates debate.
The Mason City City Council unanimously approved a nearly $150,000 dam mitigation project at Tuesday regularly held meetings.
Reminder for drivers to be extra careful on Wednesday.
A woman accused of keeping her children in a room covered with feces is pleading not guilty.
Have you been bitten by the Minute Pirate Bug yet?
Employee fell from a silo.
Raising awareness of the need for skilled workers.
Rochester city staff is working on drafting an ordinance that would allow ride sharing, like Uber, to operate within the city.
Handicap ramps are being put up for some residents in Austin.
A discussion on climate change is set for Tuesday in Albert Lea.
$500 million expansion announced Monday.
Tuesday marks four years since the body of 70-year-old Carl “Ken” Gallmeyer was found in his Chickasaw County home, and the man suspected in…
Pleaded guilty to being part of an armed robbery and a drive-by shooting.
The Minnesota Supreme Court will visit Albert Lea this week as part of a program aimed to teach students about the court system.
Getting your teeth worked on in an office on wheels.
Future nurses and doctors took the stage.
Investigation underway on incident near Riceville.
Sentence handed out to last of trio arrested after search in April.
Last highway in southern Minnesota to fully reopen to traffic.
A man faces burglary charges after a homeowner says he caught him stealing beer and wine from his refrigerator on a trail camera.
Crews are beginning the final steps in the $4.2 million bridge deck replacement project on Hwy 52/Hwy 63.
As of Oct. 3, there have been 282 fatal crashes in Iowa.
The board unanimously approved a resolution to keep all applicants’ information confidential until finalists have been presented.
The business has been recognized for work done to restore its new location.
Prairie Ridge Integrated Behavioral Health Care in Mason City recently purchased a therapy dog named Buddy.
Approximately 250 female hogs and 2,500 piglets were lost in the fire.
Some parents are concerned with school buses being full.
An Olmsted County government employee was stabbed from behind while sitting at his desk, and the hunt is on for the suspect.
Man wrote a bad check to buy a car.