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KIMT News 3 - In this technological age, it seems there's no shortage of cameras.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Jeremy White Receives Award
Jeremy White, the iJAG Specialist, is getting awarded for his work with the iJAG program at Mason City High School.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
2 accused of carrying large amount of drugs
According to Lt. Matt Klunder with the Cerro Gordo County Sheriff's Office, the incident began at 8:57 p.m. Sunday, when authorities received a complaint of suspicious activity in Burchinal.
08-19-14 Where are the Tornadoes Aslive
This year was predicted to be an active one for tornadoes in the state of Iowa. In-fact the state is among the top ten tornado states, at least according to weather.com.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Ellenbecker held on bail prior to new trial
In a decision by District Judge DeDra Schroeder, Thaddeus Ellenbecker will have the opportunity to be a free man, once bail is paid.
Air Choice One to serve the Mason City Airport
Mason City has a new air carrier in town. The Department of Transportation is awarding a 2 year Essential Air Service contract to Air Choice One.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Authorities are cracking down on buckling up
Extra patrols have been sent out on I will roads to make sure that motorists are buckling up and driving safely.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Assault case against Mason City assessor dropped
Online court records say the charge against 38-year-old Danielle "Dana" Naumann was dismissed on Wednesday after a request by Floyd County Attorney Normand Klemesrud.
Family Mourns Loss Of Brilliant Son, Soon-To-Be Husband
Witnesses say two men drove into the gas station together, and one man got out and shot Kelly three times before driving away.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Save the Bell Tower
MASON CITY, Iowa- A church bell tower that has overlooked Mason City since the early 1950's is in need of some repairs.
Impacts of loud PGI fireworks
Throughout this week in Mason City, one could hear the Pyrotechnics Guild International, or PGI, folks shooting off unique fireworks.
Families find relief in free school supplies
To help meet the rising costs of school supplies, we're getting a look at what options are now available in our area.
Bikers with Boundaries
It's not uncommon to see sweet corn stands on the side road and produce stands, but what about a free prayer one? "A lot of people ask what do you mean by free prayer.
Schools prepare for possible 50,000 immigrant children
Taking on these types of students is nothing new to most schools across the country, however the part that has districts worried is the sheer number of unaccompanied minors they could be seeing walk through their doors.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Women and online gaming
MASON CITY, Iowa- The world of gaming is growing and becoming more popular. Colleges in Chicago are even picking up competitive gaming as a sport.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Internet outages cause problems for businesses
An internet outage earlier this week caused problems for many folks in Mason City.
Legislation will make a difference in upcoming school year
KIMT News 3 - The Iowa legislature has been focusing on boosting student achievement in the state for all K-12 students.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Pets in the middle
On August 10th, Mason City Police responded to a call from a woman, asking police to help her move out of her boyfriend's house, but what started as a routine domestic call turned into a lot more.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Police make two arrests and fine stolen bikes from RAGBRAI
With any major event comes a handful of setbacks, and for RAGBRAI, one bump in the road was stolen bikes.
Sat Aug 09, 2014
Gearing up for an explosive week
It's the start of an explosive week in our area. Mason City is the host for this year's Pyrotechnics Guild International Convention.