The event was hosted by Prairie Ridge and hosted speakers and roundtable discussions.
Election official tell voters how to prepare for Election Day, June 7th.
Warrant issued for Manly man on a drug charge.
The organization is doing sealed bids to get the most money they can to help its programs.
A Lime Springs woman won $100K through a Money Bag Tripler Crossword ticket.
She’s accused of stealing thousands while serving as postmaster.
You can apply to be in the PlaceMakers Prototyping Festival this September.
A sobering ceremony takes place in Rochester.
Team heads to London for international fuel efficiency competition.
Admitted to passing forged checks in Clear Lake and Mason City.
Dr. Mary Davenport will be on campus starting this fall.
Tell us in our KIMT poll.
Olmsted County deputies say they arrested a man under the influence of a concoction of Sprite and Robitussin.
The 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens is considered one of the most catastrophic volcanic events in the contiguous United States.
The Southbridge Mall anchor store is planning to renovate the former Cinema Five Movie Theater and expand into it.
The Mason City Blue Zone is teaming up with the Cerro Gordo County Emergency Management Agency to identify disaster relief centers in our ar…
The topic was not on the agenda, so supporters and naysayers had to wait for their voices to be heard at the end.
Baseball and softball scores from across the area.
The state meet begins Thursday.
What years of scientific research show about the impact trees have on our health.
What area fire departments want you to know.
One driver injured in rear end crash.
Structure and a parked vehicle a total loss.
It’s a chance to show the community how FFA impacts students’ lives and brings people together.
Officials hope a new bike trail along Monroe Avenue in Mason City will help keep people safe.
ISU is trying to study odor control through out the state of Iowa. Their goal? To find a solution to lessen it.
The Mason City Fire Department was recently audited for its EMS services. The score may surprise you.
There are currently four employees based out of the new facility.
Dave Suntken is a hall of fame official in Iowa. His son Chris is working at the state meet for the very first time.
“The last text I received was just a three-letter text message. That’s not worth dying for at all.”