“When we make good water district decisions and improve water quality for our county, it benefits everyone.”
We’ve heard the negative sides of the game — but as many are finding out, it has plenty of good qualities as well.
Dozens of students made their way to Hancock County Memorial Hospital for the Day as a Doctor event on Thursday.
A survey suggests jails are unprepared to deal with the growing population of mentally ill inmates.
The Red, White and Blue Tour is in town and on Thursday night, the U.S. Military All-Star baseball team played the Albert Lea Lakers in an e…
An organization is showing its support for men and women in blue.
Many community members gathered Thursday for the annual Sparky Classic.
First of two accused of stealing from and threatening RCTC students.
She was involved in a broadside crash at a highway intersection.
Fingalsen was sentenced to 15 years in prison and will be eligible for parole after three years.
The Pokemon craze has kids out at all hours, but kids are obeying the curfew for the most part.
The Albert Lea Community Theatre’s production of “The Wizard of Oz” opens Thursday, July 14.
Both defendants get probation.
Arrested in April after a traffic stop in Mower County.
The money will help possibly thousands in our area.
Originally charged with assault for allegedly stabbing a man in the face.
Wisconsin driver injured in collision.
“PETA’s billboard is a reminder that when the industrialized meat industry comes to town, everyone loses.”
The Tire Industry Association provided hands-on farm tire serving training at Stellar Industries.
An Alliant Energy spokeswoman says the company hopes to restore power for all customers by 10 a.m.
While party officials say said it’s important to get unified behind one candidate, others who put in a lot of effort to support one of the l…
An abandoned building in Rockford is getting new life after Steve Ross decided to open his new restaurant and bar, Steve’s On Main.
A small group from the North Iowa Youth Center met in Central Park in Mason City on Wednesday to tackle a large issue through prayer.
We take you from the emotional opening ceremony on Wednesday morning through the 1,000-square-foot museum on wheels.
One local street department supervisor is thankful recent storms haven’t caused too much damage.
Jamaal Leslie, a man convicted of murdering another, is saying his attorney didn’t represent him well enough.
Gets probation for causing a disturbance over a tardy order of toast.
Some people are finding the characters in backyards, churches, cemeteries and more.
Our weekly segment with Austin Public Schools.
Four teens are accused of trespass and criminal mischief.