Trial set for April in Olmsted County
Another defendant received 20 years of probation
Recognized by Iowa Junior Chamber with three of the highest state-level honors.
Women said they lost their jobs because Saudi Arabians visiting Rochester didn’t want female limousine drivers
Authorities say they found 31-year-old Angel Castellanos with more than 14 grams of meth and a gun.
Local football specialists share how protocol for dealing with concussions is evolving.
Four candidates are flocking to either Mason City or Clear Lake on Saturday to make the final push.
Highlights from Newman/Lake Mills/St. Edmond Triangular
Highway 52 is now reopened.
President Barack Obama is proposing ways to encourage more people to put more aside.
One area school is hoping to students and family enjoy a more hands-on learning experience
In a purse she lost 16 years ago, a woman finds an important part of her past.
Trump will not be at the debate tonight
Charles City Middle School students caucused Thursday using desserts.
Norovirus being blamed for student and staff absences.
The community gathered on Thursday to watch the dome roof get inflated at the new library location.
Area Realtors gather to discuss last year’s statistic and what they mean for the future of the market.
One local official says the only way to get the virus is to be bitten by an infected mosquito.
Iowa high school physics students took part in a cardboard boat race Thursday morning.
The Iowa DNR is offering landowners incentives to get involved with the Conservation Reserve Program.
Three sentenced; four still facing punshment
Charges dismissed against another defendent
Jeffery Amundson accused of financially exploiting a vulnerable adult
Police say nothing appears suspicious.
Sideswipe left Minnesota woman with non-life-threatening injuries.
Mason City residents might find they are eligible to have their taxes filed free of charge.
Senate Democrats ask federal officials to deny Iowa’s managed care plan.
Highlights from NIACC men and women hoops against Iowa Lakes
Hosting all of these candidates and former heads of state can be a challenge security-wise, officials say.
Former President Bill Clinton was greeted by hundreds of Hillary supporters, while campaigning for his wife in Mason City.