Finances on Friday, April 8, 2016
Missed a hearing; found with drugs when re-arrested
Finances on Friday, April 1, 2016
Belgian authorities say several arrests have been made in relation to the Brussels attacks, one day after they called on the public to help.
$2,000 worth of tools, hunting equipment and drills was taken.
Families may be able to receive financial help for their children’s tuition if the Education Savings Accounts are implemented into schools.
Two Wisconsin men are behind bars after being found with meth, marijuana, prescription pills and LSD on the way to Las Vegas.
Pope Francis insisted that individual conscience be the guiding principle in negotiating complexities of sex, marriage and family.
Burgmeier just finished his second season with the North Iowa Bulls.
Webster City at Mason City (GSoccer).
The resident of the home wasn’t hurt.
Phase 3 is underway for the Cannonball Gardens in Mason City. There will be landscaping, a brick patio with benches and educational areas.
Mason City Schools Superintendent Anita Micich said a diverse workforce at the plant could lead to changes in the district.
It’s not every day surprises, like a refrigerator being delivered to your doorstep, happen.
In initial interviews, Lindaman denies ever touching the victim.
A local Sexual Assault Response Team finds a creative way to have conversations about sexual assault prevention.
The Newman students qualified all on the same day.
Sen. Al Franken is fighting for better resources for rural students.
Find out how it’s helping to warn people before they fall victim.
A group from Rochester got to experience what it’s like to be a firefighter and police officer during the annual Public Safety Day for Leade…
The man allegedly had sex with a 13-year-old girl.
The chase began in Goodhue County and ended in Rochester.
Our weekly segment with Austin Public Schools.
A motor vehicle theft charge is dismissed.
Son pleads guilty; grandchildren still scheduled to go to trial.
The man who was 17 at the time of the alleged incident details the encounter to the jury.
A 16-year-old girl was stopped near Oronoco by someone who is believed to have impersonated an officer.
The Senate GOP is divided over holding confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland.
The alleged witnesses and victim left the scene.