As the snow continues to fall and the winds pick up and the sun goes down, it is getting harder to see outside.
Mason City seniors Kaz Onoo and Andy Bartel are moving on to the quarterfinals in Class 3A.
The residents were asked to leave their homes and go to the Kensett Community Center.
Putney and Pena are among the 18 local wrestlers from Class 2A still in search of a championship.
Residents began returning home Thursday afternoon after the town was evacuated in the morning.
Many places were offering a helping hand and a place to stay for those who were evacuated from their homes early today.
A boil advisory that had been in effect for the Hancock County community of Crystal Lake is being lifted.
18 local wrestlers are advancing to the state quarterfinals.
Officials are allowing Northwood residents to return to their homes after a fire and citywide evacuation this morning.
Austin FD receives approval to give out water
Rural water systems need to be handled different than in-town systems
Travel officials are offering advice to drivers as the blizzard bears down.
Regional basketball highlights and scores.
The Mason City senior wrestler is hoping to make the most out of his third trip to state.
For eight years now, the number of deer harvested in Iowa has dropped.
Chuck Grassley visited Mason City, Wednesday, as part of his 99-county tour.
A 27 -year-old Osage man travels west with some of his friends to go snowmobiling and hill climbing.
As the snow slowly disappears, something different appears – the trash on the side of the road.
As a way of life, crisis negotiators find themselves in harms way, all to protect and serve others and today, they’re sharing their experien…
MASON CITY, Iowa – Law enforcement are investigating the fatal car accident that took the life one Mason City man. Police arrived on the sce…
It is a major project that needs some major paperwork done before things get rolling, so the Destination Medical Center Corporation board me…
Lawmakers in the Democratic-majority Iowa Senate are advancing a bill that would establish a state facility for delinquent girls.
The Lions are back at State Duals for the 11th time in school history.
New research is leading to significant improvements in survival rates for those facing advanced colon cancer, depending on your ethnicity.
The threat of the blizzard is forcing many to do some extra prep and planning, so they can avoid going out in the storm.
There are some decade old bridges in Franklin County that have county engineers concerned about the safety of their motorists.
Minnesotans are getting the chance to see firsthand the accomplishments of the state’s online health insurance marketplace.
Cities statewide have been struggling to keep their pipes warm this winter which has led to a number of water main breaks and many homes wit…
What do you picture, when you think about the future of your city’s downtown area?
An avalanche is to blame.