The Historic Bessesen building has stood in downtown Albert Lea almost a century, but with time comes a need for preservation.
A two-vehicle crash left one person injured Friday in Charles City.
A north Iowa man is injured after a rollover Sunday morning in Freeborn County.
Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad has ordered flags in the state to fly at half-staff beginning at sunrise Monday.
Iowa lawmakers are expressing their condolences after the death of Antonin Scalia.
The state individual tournament begins Thursday.
AP poll will be released on Monday.
Highlights from IA HS wrestling districts at NIACC and IA HS Girls Basketball regional play from across the area.
AUSTIN, Min- Ellis Middle School in Austin hosted 10 other schools for their first Science Olympiad regional competition. Students competed…
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It’s Ryan Reynolds-apalooza!
Cupid’s Undie Run in Mason City.
Antonin Scalia, the influential conservative and most provocative member of the Supreme Court, has died. He was 79.
Highlights include: MN Magicians/Austin, DM Oak Leafs/MC, Fort Dodge/MC (G+B), Man. East/Austin (G) and LM/Newman (B).
A spokesperson for “Cry for Zion” speaks in Northwood
What does this discovery mean for the future treatment and diagnosis of Lyme Disease?
The legislative forum on Friday focused on Medicaid.
A local sheriff’s deputy reacts to the five law enforcement deaths this week.
A benefit is being held Saturday for a man who had a stroke while driving.
Iowa lawmakers are looking to pass a bill to make juvenile records confidential when applying for jobs.
Some students might be eligible for free tuition
National Honor Society students help distribute homemade Valentine’s Day cards that area children made
Unclaimed winning lottery ticket sold at local gas station
Second suspect has yet to plead
Dispute over a phone charger
It happened on Friday morning in Albert Lea.
Eight people are jumping into freezing waters 24 times in 24 hours as apart of an annual Polar Plunge tradition.
The short session begins next month.
Billions of dollars in the balance, Flint’s water crisis, and a little vaping are all part of this week’s Capitol Edge.
Finances on Friday, February 12, 2016