It turns out that more deaths can be attributed to Alzheimer’s than we originally thought. You might wonder how professionals have missed th…
Highlights include Crestwood/UC (G), and NRHEG/TCU (G).
A family of five is displaced in a house fire Thursday afternoon.
Want to be a welder?
Jaxen Hicok is what you would call one brave seven year old.
Emergency room staff are called on to handle a variety of issues and recently that includes psychiatric patients.
A good way to stay healthy is by washing your hands with soap, but health leaders say you need to be careful when it comes to what kind you …
Some smaller pharmacies are closing in southern Minnesota and it could be linked to changes to health care laws.
Drums, cheers and a whole lot of pep is on hand for Mason City High School as they recognize their Special Olympic student-athletes
It’s called the Next Generation 911 Network, and Minnesota is among the nations leaders in switching to the network.
Every day for the next 2 weeks, we’ll bring you a story that brings out the spirit of spring.
The Cadets finish their season with a 22-3 record.
Crews respond to an accident on I-35 early Thursday morning
Charles City School Board discussing middle school plans tonight
It’s a controversial subject that is hard for many people to discuss, but that’s exactly what a public forum in Rochester aims to do. Dozens…
Many folks went to church to be marked with their annual ashes as a reminder to them that they were once ash themselves.
It’s an issue that is pretty black or white for many people.
A local group of volunteers is working hard on gaining exposure for new writer, but the creative writers aren’t who you might expect.
Elijah and the Broncos will take on Lamoni next Monday.
Highlights include: Waseca/AL (G) and a preview of Crestwood’s matchup with Unity Christian.
You will likely not hear a student in school complain about a snow day and this year there has been plenty of those in our area.
The fresh half-foot of snow is not only keeping snow plows busy, but is getting on people’s last nerves.
When the 2014 Iowa legislative session kicked off in January, lawmakers said they weren’t expecting too to be accomplished given that it is …
One area school is getting a chance to own a piece of Vikings history.
The new technology is now in north Iowa, and it’s helping doctors save their patient’s vision.
The Britt Chamber of Commerce has thousands of dollars in spending money and is turning to chamber members to help them decide how to spend …
The North Iowa Area Community College (NIACC) and the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) have joined together to collect shoes for…
Local sports talk with AJ Ellingson and Jared Patterson
Body of fallen Marine returned to Minnesota
Congratulations to Jeslynne Vaage of Lincoln Intermediate. She is this weeks Golden Apple Award winner!