A Wells student was expelled for having a pocket knife at school
When you go out to a restaurant or to the grocery shopping, you want to know the food you are eating is safe, but outbreaks of bacteria like…
Pivotal House vote arrives on medical marijuana
National Police Week comes to an end with a special event
You want to make sure everything is in order when it comes to your insurance coverage and hail damage.
Highlights include: T+F at Clear Lake and IC/NIACC Baseball.
If your looking for a new home and you’d like it to be smoke-free, we’ve got the answer for you.
A new website is giving area farmers an outlet to share their fresh produce with all of north Iowa.
Each month KIMT News 3 along with our giving your best partners, First Citizens National Bank and Diamond Jo Casino, celebrate someone who s…
It impacted two substations near Rose Creek and London.
A Minnesota student is looking to get her expulsion overturned.
Ever wonder if your dog may be having an anxiety attack?
Finding a job can be difficult, especially if you don’t have a high school diploma, or need more skills to move forward.
Local students travel back in time for a hands-on history lesson.
DNR says cougars are “wide ranging”
A simple and healthy recipe from a local dietitian.
Over half the fundraising already done
Accident happened Wednesday night in Freeborn County.
US asks to seize Iowa homes in synthetic drug case
DNR rolls out new Fish Minnesota website
Des Moines hosts Obama climate change task force
Now Congressman Bruce Braley is expanding on this and overhauling school bus laws at the federal level.
Community members in Clear Lake are voicing their opinions on sharing employees between districts.
Anderson received 56% of the total vote.
Baseball and golf scores from Wednesday night.
An area lake is need of some major changes in order to be the tourist attraction the community wants it to be.
New laws means changes to how police deal with property that’s taken in certain cases.
At the Drake Relays, Hjelle finished 6th in the 1600 and 7th in the 800.
Graduation is only a few weeks away and for many, that means to start thinking about their future career paths.
Seniors in our area are getting a chance to hear helpful tips to keep themselves and their families safe.