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The Fairfield Ledger
Group gets 1,000 signatures for veterans' memorial spot
Volunteers seeking to build a veterans memorial along the Sea Wall bordering Clear Lake said they have gathered more than 1,000 signatures.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Juror reflects on unanswered questions
KIMT News 3 - In a sit-down interview, one juror explains how there was simply too much reasonable doubt to point to Cisneros as the perpetrator.
New printing press for Globe Gazette
Wednesday, the Mason City Globe Gazette printed their last issue on their current press.
Buddies for Boobies donation
MASON CITY, Iowa-A local breast cancer support group is donating over 5,300 dollars to the Mercy Cancer Center.
A new court programs works to keep families together
The courtroom might not be a typical place to hold a family meeting, but a new family court system in Cerro Gordo County is encouraging some families to do just that.
Owner needs help keeping Clear Lake drive-in open
The owner of a drive-in restaurant that's been in business for decades in northern Iowa says he's looking for help to keep it open.
Saving energy with solar panels
The Mason City City Council has officially denied the request for a solar panel project at the Mason City Public Library.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Farmers markets pop up all across our area during the summer and many people make it a weekly task to visit their local market to buy fresh, and buy local.
Coertze Leads WPU Foursome at State Amateur
Waverly-Demi Coertze proved this past year she can play with the best in the NAIA, but this past week she made it known she can compete with linksters of all levels as she finished high at the 90th Annual Iowa Women's Amateur Championship.
RAGBRAI pays out, for some
After the RAGBRAI festivities, it's back to a normal work week. Some business owners are relishing in the money made during the rush, while it left others with a big hole in their accounts.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Alan Steckman and Ruth Newman
KIMT News 3 - The fighting continues between Israel and Hamas in the Middle East and the Israeli prime minister is telling Israelis, get ready for a "prolonged" war.
"Always Expect a Train" at a railroad crossing
Getting stopped at a train crossing might be a headache, but it's better than the alternative; running into the train.
Olson sentenced for burglary and interference charges
Judge Gregg Rosenbladt sentenced Olson to a maximum of 15 years in prison for the charge of burglary in the 3rd degree, and 15 years for interference of official acts.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Road to close in Mason City
Beginning July 28th, the Mason City Engineering Department will close South Taft Avenue, immediately south of the intersection with IA-122.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
KTIV-TV Sioux City
Sioux City cycling advocate remembered for generosity
President of the Siouxland Cyclists bike club, 74-year-old George "Frank" Brinkerhoff was found dead in his tent early Thursday morning in Mason City, Iowa.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Post RAGBRAI review
Looking back on it all, Mason City Police Chief Mike Lashbrook says, he's happy with how everything turned out.
Salvaging your old clothes
If you're planning on dumping some old clothes, one group is asking you to think twice about what could possibly be salvaged.
KTIV-TV Sioux City
14 Siouxland counties receive federal disaster declaration in Iowa
The Iowa Governor's office says the President has signed off on a disaster declaration for Iowa, including several Iowa counties that were hit by severe weather in June.
Body found in north Iowa
An official with the Mason City Police Department told KIMT News 3 shortly before 6am they received a call about the body being found.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Let the cleanup begin
Earlier this week, it may have seemed like a lot of people and bikes, but now, the only trace left is some garbage.