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Clear Lake man guilty of second drunk driving offense

Clear Lake man guilty of second drunk driving offense

CLEAR LAKE – A Clear Lake man has pled guilty to drunk driving and illegal possession of prescription drugs. A Cerro Gordo deputy conducted a traffic stop at 1:23 AM…

Clear Lake woman guilty of third drunk driving offense

Clear Lake woman guilty of third drunk driving offense

CLEAR LAKE – A Clear Lake woman is guilty of her third drunk driving offense and is serving her sentence in jail at this time. Responding to a report of…

Passengers report mixed reviews as Air Choice One flights serve North Iowa for a year

Passengers report mixed reviews as Air Choice One flights serve North Iowa for a year

MASON CITY – Air Choice One has been serving Mason City for one year, the calendar says, and the quality of service it renders depends greatly on who you talk…

County officials announce updates and closings of trail system

County officials announce updates and closings of trail system

MASON CITY – The following are updates announced today by the Cerro Gordo county conservation board for trail closings and availability. Effective immediately, Lime Creek Conservation Area trails will be…

Elizabeth Warren: “We cannot abandon the people of Syria to this butchery”

Elizabeth Warren: “We cannot abandon the people of Syria to this butchery”

Sent to NIT by Elizabeth Warren, senior Democratic United States Senator from Massachusetts – Good morning, Over the past four years, millions of people have fled their homes in Syria,…

Yemen: UN warns humanitarian situation has deteriorated ‘drastically’ as conflict claims 5,700 lives

Yemen: UN warns humanitarian situation has deteriorated ‘drastically’ as conflict claims 5,700 lives

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – The United Nations said today that the ongoing conflict in Yemen has resulted in over 32,000 casualties, with people 5,700 killed, including 830 women and…

Sean Considine to serve as Honorary Captain for Hawkeyes versus Purdue

Sean Considine to serve as Honorary Captain for Hawkeyes versus Purdue

IOWA CITY, IOWA – Former University of Iowa defensive back Sean Considine will serve as honorary captain Saturday as the fifth-ranked Iowa Hawkeyes host Purdue in Kinnick Stadium (11:01 a.m.,…

Alliant Energy honored for its advancement of women in the boardroom

MADISON, WISCONSIN – Today, Alliant Energy and Alliant Energy Chairman, President and CEO Patricia Kampling were recognized by the Women’s Forum of New York at the third biennial Breakfast of…

Today is world toilet day and millions have none to use

Today is world toilet day and millions have none to use

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – On World Toilet Day, United Nations officials are urging broad action to renew efforts in providing access to adequate sanitation for all and work to…

Security and parking changes set for Iowa game versus Purdue

Security and parking changes set for Iowa game versus Purdue

IOWA CITY, IOWA – In order to make the last home game of the Iowa Football season as safe as possible, the University of Iowa has adjusted its security measures…

Cruz introduces the Terrorist Refugee Infiltration Prevention Act

Cruz introduces the Terrorist Refugee Infiltration Prevention Act

WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) this week introduced the Terrorist Refugee Infiltration Prevention Act of 2015, which will immediately bar refugees to the United States from any country,…

Health department warns about tobacco and radon

Health department warns about tobacco and radon

MASON CITY – November brings light to Lung Cancer Awareness Month. Throughout this month, the Cerro Gordo County Department of Public Health recognizes the dangers that radon and tobacco products…