The South Dakota Board of Regents has extended in-state undergraduate tuition to Iowans.
Lindaman and the state admit the victim was touched sexually in 2011.
There was a packed room Tuesday evening to hear Mason City City Council members vote to take the next step forward with Prestage Farms.
Jones won a state title last season.
Sheriff’s deputies say they found 34 grams of meth in the vehicle.
Lentz played high school basketball at Crestwood.
Awards released Wednesday.
The subcommittee of the Senate Finance Committee will focus on easing racial disparities.
The event showcases messages written on bricks.
Even though the case is inactive, anyone with information is encouraged to come forward.
Being healthy in the workplace is important to some local businesses.
The U.S. Senate is expected to approve a bill which will increase certain security measures at airports and transportation hubs.
Students are building picnic table trailers for the festivities.
The Iowa State Patrol is partnering with Casey’s General Stores to encourage teen drivers to wear their seat belts.
The cause of the blaze is still under investigation.
Authorities say boy ran into the street; received no serious injuries.
The Mason City Blue Zones Project is also asking people to wear tennis shoes the whole month.
Attorney General’s Office gets refunds for citizens and money for consumer protection.
Opening statements were given Wednesday in the trial of a North Iowa man charged with third-degree sexual abuse.
One driver was ticketed for failure to yield.
The Cerro Gordo County Board of Supervisors discuss how to move forward with construction on CR B35.
Tuesday night’s vote will “continue the conversation.”
North Iowa won the Silver Cup on Sunday.
2016 front-runners Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton look to New York for big wins following losses in Wisconsin’s primary.
The Lions will have two new coaches next season.
Future entrepreneurs from several local schools showed off their inventions at Willowbrook Mall on Tuesday.
This week’s Golden Apple Award goes to Darlene Veach at the North Iowa Christian School.
“This is our community library. It benefits everybody.”
Mayor Ardell Brede proclaimed next week as National Volunteer Week.
Three awards were handed out in Olmsted County.