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Mason City man arrested on two counts of insurance fraud

Mason City man arrested on two counts of insurance fraud

MASON CITY – A Mason City man is facing two felony fraud charges, police said Thursday. On September 1, Mason City police officers arrested 47-year-old Johnathan Francis Kofron of Mason…

Iowa labor endorses Judge over Grassley; debates to be set

Iowa labor endorses Judge over Grassley; debates to be set

ALTOONA, IOWA – The Delegates at the 60th annual Iowa Federation of Labor Convention voted to endorse Patty Judge for U.S. Senate. “After evaluating the candidates, we felt that Chuck…

Nasty domestic abuse incident being investigated in Dubuque

Nasty domestic abuse incident being investigated in Dubuque

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Iowa school bus attendant pleads guilty to enticement of minors

Iowa school bus attendant pleads guilty to enticement of minors

CEDAR RAPIDS – A former school bus attendant who enticed three minors and had sex with a young girl pled guilty today in federal court in Cedar Rapids. Tyler Konigsmark,…

Wanted Mason City man located as police investigate suspicion call

Wanted Mason City man located as police investigate suspicion call

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Broken toilet water line causes damage at courthouse

Broken toilet water line causes damage at courthouse

MASON CITY – A broken water line to an upstairs toilet caused water damage at the Cerro Gordo courthouse this week. According to Administrative Officer Tom Drzycimski, a pipe that…

Man who dealt meth in Mason City loses his appeal

Man who dealt meth in Mason City loses his appeal

DES MOINES – A man who was caught dealing methamphetamine in Mason City and was later sent to prison has lost his appeal after at least one violent outburst. Sammie…

Governor Branstad announces appointments to Governor’s STEM Advisory Council

Governor Branstad announces appointments to Governor’s STEM Advisory Council

DES MOINES – Governor Terry Branstad today announced appointments to the Governor’s STEM Advisory Council. The following individuals’ appointments are effective September 1, 2016, are unpaid and are not subject…

Rockwell man loses appeal in sexual abuse case

Rockwell man loses appeal in sexual abuse case

DES MOINES – A Rockwell man serving at least 17 years in prison after guilty pleas to second degree sexual abuse and lascivious acts with a child has lost his…

Ernst alarmed by growth of ISIS after military losses

Ernst alarmed by growth of ISIS after military losses

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Senator Joni Ernst today issued the following statement on reports connected to the war on ISIS that “at least 25 militants and 15 soldiers have been killed…

Kirk Ferentz media conference, August 30, 2016

Kirk Ferentz media conference, August 30, 2016

KIRK FERENTZ: Moving towards this week, certainly we’re looking forward to getting started, like I think everybody is. We’re pleased overall with the camp. I think the preseason portion of…

Iowa man sentenced to over 12 years in prison while attempting to deal meth while on supervised release

Iowa man sentenced to over 12 years in prison while attempting to deal meth while on supervised release

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Iowa State Cyclone men’s hoops Big 12 schedule announced

Iowa State Cyclone men’s hoops Big 12 schedule announced

AMES, Iowa – The Big 12 Conference announced Thursday its 2016-17 men’s basketball league schedule, which opens Dec. 30 and runs through March 3. This marks the fifth consecutive season…

Council candidate Paul Adams to hold meet and greet

Council candidate Paul Adams to hold meet and greet

MASON CITY – The Adams for City Council campaign will hold a Coffee with the Candidate event at the CoffeeCat at 111 S. Delaware in downtown Mason City this Saturday,…

Senators seek information on EpiPen price increases’ impact on Medicare, Medicaid, Children’s health insurance programs

Senators seek information on EpiPen price increases’ impact on Medicare, Medicaid, Children’s health insurance programs

WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Senators Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), Chuck Grassley (R-IA), and Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) have called on the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to provide information on…

Teen charged in fatal shooting of Minneapolis bicyclist

Teen charged in fatal shooting of Minneapolis bicyclist

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