The Albert Lea School District is studying the possibility of building an on-site clinic for its employees.
After a city council vote, some residents in Austin will now be forced to get flood insurance.
Attorneys for Med-Trans Corporation have filed a response in federal court to a lawsuit filed by the family of one of the victims of the Mercy AirMed helicopter crash.
Law enforcement confirm this morning that Rodney Eugene Long, a suspect in Sunday night’s shooting and pursuit is dead.
In late June the Supreme Court of the United States weighed in on same-sex marriage.
The city of Cresco is preparing for what should be an interesting evening of discussion at city hall regarding a historic location.
This fall marks another round of school elections in the Mason City district and those in charge of the voting process are testing everything out now to make sure things are ready to go.
Going back to school means lots of new things but for students at one school this year, things will really look different.
College students around the country will heading to their college campuses being welcomed back to school with orientations, events and familiar fliers promoting credit cards around their campus and in their mailboxes
They give off water vapor instead of smoke and you cannot smell them, but some are questioning if they are really a safer alternative.
After only five months of being open, a program that helps start-up companies get off the ground is at full capacity.
The Austin Vision 2020 organization will be unveiling the results of a study they’ve been conducting about putting a new rec center in the community tomorrow night.
A joint city/county meeting will be held tomorrow in Austin to discuss a change in the transit system throughout the city and county.
The victim of a recent shooting is back home after spending three weeks in the hospital, according to his fiancee.
Organizers of the Kids Day event at Kinney Pioneer Museum say Sunday’s event had the best attendance yet.