The number of mumps cases has jumped in Johnson County
It’s based on an internationally known organization.
The Charles City Police Department is being evaluated to make sure it meets current state standards.
Mason City Police Chief Mike Lashbrook has announced his retirement, effective December 31.
She performed in a reenactment event at the Freeborn County Historical Museum.
School is right around the corner as volunteers prepare for the Giving Your Best Back to School Supply Drive.
KIMT’s Pigskin Preview show airs Sunday at 10:35.
Hansen will be playing his third year of varsity football.
MASON CITY, Iowa – Starbucks lovers in metropolitan areas across the country are getting the chance to try something new at the stores – alc…
Area kids will soon be back to hitting the books, and those in charge of getting them to school safely are brushing up on lessons as well.
The Hormel Foundation is funding the future of agriculture in southern Minnesota.
The Albert Lea winery earned top awards at an international competition.
The villains have no shot.
This type of job will become key as baby boomers get older.
Documents released Wednesday detail accusations
A north Iowa school is working to cut utility costs by investing in renewable energy options, but their plan has hit a major standstill.
Troopers didn’t violate an evangelist’s First Amendment rights by asking him to stop preaching
Next month, 68 year old Ben Gissendanner will be moving into a REM home in Rock Dell Township.
According to the Centers for Disease Control 1-6 people will get sick from food poisoning throughout the year, and that number goes up durin…
Authorities are investigating a death at the Floyd 218 Fuel Express.
An area man is back in office.
KIMT’s Pigskin Preview airs Sunday night at 10:35.
Fire under investigation
Several homes were without water on Monday for nearly an hour after a water main break in the town of Fertile around 5 PM.
The county board unanimously approved the increase Tuesday.
They’re a service group dedicated to helping kids for 100 years now.
Local legislators are going behind the mailbox to see what it takes to keep up with the innovations that often go unnoticed.
Their roundtable discussion included community leaders and residents.
A local lawmaker says keeping this status is key.
The 88-year-old historic building now sits empty.