A case of crypto causes pool to close.
Safety is top priority for one local organization as it looks to give back to the community.
10 year old Cade Hartwig of Clear Lake died late Sunday afternoon as a result of a accidental shooting.
New funding will try and help reduce opioid abuse.
The Iowa Court of Appeals announced Wednesday a ruling against a man sentenced to 50 years for sexual abuse of a child.
A driver was airlifted to a Rochester hospital after a single-vehicle rollover near St. Ansgar on Tuesday afternoon.
Mason City police say his injuries aren’t serious and he’s likely to be treated and released soon.
A Mason City native died last week from injuries sustained while hiking Mount Shasta in northern California.
Testimony continues Thursday in the trial of a North Iowa man accused of attempted murder.
Charges have been filed against a Mantorville man for his involvement in a vehicle/pedestrian crash that killed 5-year-old Lukas Wharton.
City and county officials are already looking to expand.
Another step down in the downtown redevelopment process for Mason City.
Testimony was given majority of the day during the Retterath trial, including from the victim.
Man’s body was found in the street on the morning of August 11.
Osage man accused of attempted murder is seeing his day in court.
The victim in Sunday’s accidental shooting is being identified as 10-year-old Cade Hartwig, of Clear Lake.
Local folks learned about a lawsuit that has impacted corn farmers around the nation.
The Cerro Gordo County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted down support for a new hog confinement facility.
Mower County Sheriff’s Office is looking to increase the usage of their metal detector.
Freeborn County is seeing an increase of cloned credit cards.
Blow tire sends van out of control.
The Iowa Department of Transportation is taking steps to improve an intersection along the Avenue of the Saints.
Crime happened in Mason City in 2014.
Gets jail time and a fine.
Accused of threatening a woman with a knife in Rochester, MN.
One of the victims told a friend about the abuse.
Project now goes to the DNR for approval.
Police say the victim needed medical attention.
Authorities say he fraudulently purchased vehicles in Mason City and Storm Lake.
Doctors say it’s for players hurt during sporting events on Thursday or Friday nights.