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Man wanted for knife injury
Police are searching for a North Iowa man they believe is responsible for an attack with a knife over the weekend.
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Mon Mar 10, 2014
Air service returns to Mason City
Today, the airport commission met to talk about two proposals and to recommend one of the carriers but they're putting off a decision to allow time for one of the airlines, Great Lakes, to improve their proposal.
Countdown to Spring: The birds are chirping again
Birds have finally made their way back to the north after their long winter in the southern state and one business owner has been eagerly awaiting their arrival.
Pothole season has returned
Some try and dodge them and others just try and take it slow, but pothole season is back and these bumps in the road are getting worse and harder to avoid.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Water issues continue into spring
It seems everyone has heard of, or knows someone, who is without water this winter because of freezing pipes, but there's another issue denying people of water even during these warmer temperatures.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Running for Royal
The "Royal Run" honors Royal Wentworth of Mason City who passed away a year and a half ago while on a run with his middle school cross-country team.
Spring home improvement tips from the experts
This weekend the North Iowa Home and Landscaping Show is in Mason City to help folks get their homes ready for the warm weather to come.
Jackson County Pilot
Alyce B. Stewart Death Notice
A service celebrating the life of Alyce B. Stewart of Mason City, Iowa will take place March 22 at 4 p.m. at the First Congregational Church-UCC, Mason City, Iowa.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
The Des Moines Register
Douglas Wickett, 65, New Virginia
Doug received his education in the Interstate 35 schools graduating in 1966. He then attended and graduated from AIB in Des Moines with a degree in Business Accounting.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Legalizing Medical Marijuana
You're either for or against legalizing marijuana, but it's not always a topic people want to talk about including lawmakers.
New amendment added to human trafficking bill
KIMT News 3 - When the 2014 Iowa legislative session kicked off in January, lawmakers said they weren't expecting too to be accomplished given that it is an election year and a shorter session.
Food donations for local food bank
Hawkeye Harvest Food Bank currently serves as many as 1,800 people each month, and they're doing it out of a tight space at Mohawk Square in Mason City.
Senator Jack Hatch talks about his run for Governor
A veteran legislator at the Iowa Statehouse is running for governor, and talking about why he is the best choice for the state's top seat.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Where's the Snow Going
Plows in our area are cleaning up what's left of last night's snow, hauling much of it away and bringing it here.
Finding answers in a oeConservative Carea
KIMT News 3 - As more offices begin expand throughout the country, so are the treatments provided to cure pains you wouldn't have expected.
Cerro Gordo County authorities sued over dislocated elbow
Cerro Gordo County Sheriff Kevin Pals, Cerro Gordo County Jail, Mason City police, and staff members are all being taken to federal court over a woman's dislocated elbow she says she suffered while being arrested by Mason City police officers.
Education at any age
The job market today has many adults in our area turning to high school equivalency courses to get back on the right track.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Library announces a oeHooplaa
If you're tired of paying big costs for mobile media, a free alternative is now available at a local library.
High snowbanks blamed in two car collision
With the amount of snow we have seen this winter it is no surprise that intersections are becoming more and more difficult to navigate around.
Northern Iowa Co-Op Plans Three New Projects
Five Star Cooperative says it plans to invest about $9.7 million on three projects in northern Iowa.