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Starting May 26th motorists can expect some delays on I-90 in Jackson County in Minnesota.
Okoboji's most high profile restaurant now has a name.
The American Red Cross is going to have numerous opportunities for donors to give blood this week.
Two more Iowa farms have tested positive for bird flu.
The Palo Alto County Health System has launched a $9 million construction project.
The Iowa Legislature will face another week of negotiations as they struggle to reach a budget compromise that will allow them to conclude their session.
Two more cases of Avian Influenza are found in northwest Iowa.
The 75th Orange City Tulip Festival is underway.
A new contest in Estherville will allow one lucky winner to start their own business in downtown Estherville at no cost.
An incinerator is being installed to help dispose bird carcasses.
The number of lakes, rivers and streams in Iowa impaired due to some level of pollution has climbed 15 percent in two years, prompting environmental groups to say Iowa's voluntary farm nutrient reduction strategy isn't working.
Rembrandt Foods has temporarily laid off 231 workers...
Candidates for Dickinson County Fair Queen are currently being sought.
Two people are injured in a 2 vehicle accident, in Nobles County.
Multiple fire departments battle a hay bale fire near Highway 9.
Spencer's Redemption Center has reopened...
May is Preservation Month.
A Worthington man is charged after a domestic assault involving a hammer and a Storm Lake woman has been arrested for striking her 10-year-old daughter in the face with a rubber band.
Spirit Lake Elementary Partners in Education are looking to raise funds to bring new innovative and inclusive playground equipment to Spirit Lake Elementary school.
Two wheel manufacturing plants in Iowa have been cited for improperly handling and storing hazardous waste at their facilities.