A north Iowa family is taking a negative situation and making it positive, by donating a unique collection
It’s not easy to pay for college, and more students are getting some help from the government.
Rain poured over our area Thursday morning, but some wound up with more problems than others.
A special session has been set for September 9 at 10 a.m.
Assisted living is a service we may all face at some point and Thursday’s panel discussion is helping to bring more caregivers to the field.
It’s a great time to be a job seeker but if you’re looking for more than part-time, you’ll have a wait.
Some students are wrapping up their first week of school and they may already be loaded down with homework and textbooks.
The Iowa Court of Appeals has rejected the appeal of a convicted murderer.
A new study shows when a family has one child with autism, it’s more likely their other children will be diagnosed as well.
A new Facebook page is being seen as threatening and is causing some to ask, when does free speech go too far?
Tammi Duckert lives next door knows the residents in the home where a stabbing incident happened last night.
A north Iowa man’s story of survival after being told cancer would end his life early.
130 years ago Wednesday, a tornado ripped through Rochester, destroying much of what is now the downtown.
There is a new state-of-the-art facility in Austin and it is all about the kids.
After nearly 20 years, the list of endangered species in Minnesota has a new look.