It’s looking like more raccoons are popping up in North Iowa … and they could be carrying a deadly disease.
A bar in Des Moines is being eyed as a young man who left the bar crashed and killed three people along with himself.
A new jetty is put in to help improve the habitat for fish.
Habitat for Humanity is welcoming a family into their new home.
One local business is hoping to get middle school students interested in their future careers.
Another accident between Rochester and Byron hurt a driver.
Accused of stealing nearly $200,000
Main Street Mason City is part of the program that is trying to keep downtown Mason City thriving.
The liquor violation will be dismissed if he can avoid another one for 180 days.
Remembering those who died while on the job.
Thousands of kids are getting help.
John Boehner really doesn’t like Ted Cruz.
Receives probation; prison sentence and fine suspended.
She was arrested after search by the Violent Crimes Task Force.
The Rochester men will be sentenced in June.
The incidents allegedly happened in March 2008.
How people in our area are recognizing Denim Day.
More than 970 texting citations were issued during the special enforcement earlier this month.
With growing campaign coverage, you might be suffering from campaign fatigue — here’s how to keep up without getting overwhelmed.
A national test shows only 40 percent of graduating seniors are prepared for college.
A judge has ruled that John LaDue is no longer a threat.
With the presidential election season upon us, some in Iowa are pushing to restore the voting rights of convicted felons more quickly.
With a recent case of the mumps in Howard County, local health experts are bringing awareness to residents about the infectious disease.
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KIMT will have full coverage of the Drake Relays beginning on Thursday.
The deputy has been placed on administrative leave pending results of the investigation.
According to PAWS Facebook page, several children not associated with the organization were going door-to-door asking for money.
Freeborn County Public Health is looking for feedback from residents.
After it was discovered that Prince didn’t have a will, we take a look at when it’s necessary to have one.
UnitedHealthcare will no longer being providing insurance in Iowa … what does that mean?