What agriculture leaders want you to know when it comes to farmers markets.
Federal officials have confirmed they’re investigating Grinnell College’s handling of sexual assault cases.
More than 16,000 citations were given to drivers traveling at unsafe speeds.
National Night Out draws thousands to events throughout Rochester.
Traveling just over 7,000 miles from the island of Guam, the body of the late Drew Bellairs is finally returning home.
Schickel will fill open at-large council seat
August 4th is the 32nd National Night Out where members of the community are encouraged to be outside and build a relationship with neighbor…
In north Iowa alone, there have been more than five men charged with some type of animal cruelty in the past three years.
KIMT’s Pigskin Preview will air on Sunday, August 23rd at 10:35.
NIACC opens their season on August 21st.
Iowa agriculture officials say a majority of the quarantine zones set up around poultry farms infected with bird flu are being lifted.
It’s a devastating disease that destroys the memories of people who suffer from it, and a new study says the number of people who are affect…
As the new school year approaches, parents are urged to keep in mind their children’s immunization records.
Accused says the media has prejudiced potential jurors
Will stand trial in Mason City
Man faces up to three years behind bars
ROCHESTER, Minn. – After no help from the state legislature, a local police department is inching closer to equipping their officers with bo…
A Fort Dodge man is receiving a lengthy prison sentence for sexual conduct with a Winnebago County 12-year-old.
One of two men accused of cheating in a recent fishing tournament is receiving a sentence of probation after pleading guilty.
Father claimed he didn’t know anything bad could happen
Woman’s eye swollen shut and had thousands of dollars stolen
Suspect knocked unconscious by four suspects
He was reported missing Tuesday
National Night Out events are happening across the area Tuesday night to take a stand against crime
How one local business prepares for the Hobo Days rush
A project that has been in the works for nearly two years, is approaching completion.
Authorities are looking for an inmate they say failed to return to the Waterloo Work Release Center.
A month dedicated to getting outside and getting away from technology.
What casinos look for in those who are gambling addicts.
Despite some concern from neighbors, the project moves forward with City Council approval.