Searches conducted in Forest City and Britt
Police tracked down a female victim who is cooperating with the investigation.
He allegedly started a fire on Wednesday evening in the 1100 block of Thrush Ave.
Iowa Workforce Development recently learned of a phishing scheme targeting Iowans who filed for unemployment.
Could be facing charges for burglary and holding a female against her will
A bill that would help locate and identify unclaimed remains of Veterans is in the works.
National experts and analysts predict what gas prices will do with warm weather arrival.
Highlights from JCC/Caledonia (BB).
KIMT will have full coverage from Des Moines.
Local historians are digging up archives from World War II.
We’re looking back at the history of pork-processing plants that have made their way to North Iowa.
The Mohawks won the Class 4A State Championship on Saturday.
The Commerce Department’s Weights & Measures and Enforcement Divisions is hoping to stop credit card skimmers at gas pumps
White nose syndrome is now found at some Minnesota State Parks killing hibernating bats
One local girl is raising money to drill a well in Guatemala to bring clean water to the residents.
Local pilot and photographer combines his two passions.
Why asking for damages for emotional distress can be an uphill battle.
State officials are releasing the cause and manner of two recent deaths that happened in the Cerro Gordo County Jail.
The prep for spring planting season begins now at Sargents Gardens in Rochester.
The Olmsted County Adult Detention Center will need to add more employees to keep up with the climbing numbers.
What area eye doctors are saying about this trend.
Rochester school to become an Empowerment Center
Attorney General Loretta Lynch faces tough questions from Senate Judiciary Committee.
Plant could employ roughly 2,000 workers when it reaches full production, officials say.
Floyd County officials are debating how to best use the Oak Park area.
Fourth man pleads guilty; other three already sentenced in both states
Police say he managed to cut off the ankle monitoring bracelet he was wearing.
Police say it appears the man cloned a phone number as payback after a fake IRS collection call.
Nothing appears to be missing, but a woman says her jewelry box was clearly rummaged through.
Supervisors hope crews will start moving dirt next month.