Basketball reporter alleges sexual harassment
One Humboldt man killed, another injured
Why a local business owner decided to take over the massive project
How the DNR is helping small communities in the area
Good news for folks planning road trips for Labor Day weekend.
Garments with a snap that poses a choking hazard are among this week’s recalled consumer products.
The team is filled with talent, but coach says that can only take you so far
The soon-to-be Albert Lea High School senior set records during her time there.
Mayo Clinic hosts “An evening of Mental Health Reflection.”
An area church is offering the experience of a mission trip, without the cost and commitment of travel.
It’s one good deed matched by another as a local company is doing their part to provide milk for families in need.
As tensions rise in Ferguson, Missouri local officers stress the importance of finding ways to better communicate with the public.
KIMT News 3 – One local organization is accepting applications, so they can help area non-profits. The Mitchell and Howard County Opportunit…
A social media complaint is pushing a major big box retailer to make changes, and you’ll notice the difference, in the toy aisle, at Target.
Judge says he’s worried the girls would stop receiving mental health treatment
Vehicles crash in intersection; tall corn may have played a part in the accident
Son has not entered plea for allegedly assaulting his sister
Belmond-Klemme has a lot of their starters returning and plan to take full advantage.
So far, there have been no arrests.
Meals on Wheels, Mayo Clinic, and RCTC were on his schedule.
40 students were awarded the scholarships.
Company looking for local investors
NFL great Frank Gifford has passed away
Man allegedly fired at police officers
Well water tests are being offered free of charge to give homeowners piece of mind
How science in the classroom is changing.
Authorities are investigating after a 17-year-old was shot in Waterloo.
Lake Mills lost their top rushers and QB, but hope for a fresh season.
After winning in the Iowa Games, Jarrod Benson qualified for the State Games of America, where he placed first.
Kristy Priebe from Forest City was diagnosed in May with a blood disorder known as Hemolytic Anemia, where the body kills off more red blood…