Tracking Some Rain Showers for Monday
Overnight we'll get down to the mid 30s and tomorrow the high temperature will only get up to the mid 40s, all of which is still a bit above normal for this time of year.
Missing Persons List Released
Follow the link below to view the most recent persons reported missing:. If you have information regarding the disappearance of this individual, please contact the Missing Person Information Clearinghouse, Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation at 1-800-346-5507. If you recognize this missing person, DO NOT TAKE ANY ACTION YOURSELF. Get as much information as you can (e.g. license number of a vehicle, exact location of sighting, activities the individual was involved in) and then call the number listed above or the reporting agency.
Windy And Warm Sunday
Rochester, MN - 55 mph. Record high temperatures were also smashed around the area as temps rose into the 70s for the second time in a week. In Rochester, the previous record high of 56 set back in 1946 was surpassed by 16 degrees, topping out at 72 today. Mason City broke the previous record of 69 from 1983, seeing a whopping 76 degrees for today's high!
City gets ready to 'dazzle' downtown
“Downtown Dazzle – Feel the Magic of the Season” is bringing some more winter fun to the Med City. A press conference will be held Wednesday, March 6, 2024 for more details on a one-of-a-kind event.
Iowa History Month: How an immigration boom in the 1920s helped shape Iowa’s culture
People with Mexican ancestry have been in Iowa as early as 1861, and several served in Civil War regiments. Mexican natives who enlisted from Iowa towns included Nicholas LaCosta of McGregor, Antonio Vericio of Tipton and Francisco Coster of Clarinda. All served in cavalry units. People with Mexican heritage would...
Stellar Expands Operations with Purchase of Warehouse Facility in Mason City
— Stellar, a 100% employee-owned and -operated manufacturer of high-quality mechanic trucks, cranes, tire service trucks, hooklifts, trailers and service truck and van accessories, has announced the purchase of a warehouse facility located at 2400 19th Street SW in Mason City, Iowa. This strategic expansion marks a significant milestone in the company’s 33-year history of growth and commitment to the north Iowa community.
Seed Library reopens to educate and feed community
The Seed Library open house served as an informational gathering intended where attendees could learn more about planting seeds and how to promote food security.
Battle of the Badges raises money for kids in need
MASON CITY, Iowa-The 13th annual Battle of the Badges took place on March 2nd at the Mason City Arena. Partnering with the non-profit Make-A-Wish foundation the Mason City Fire Department and law enforcement work together to support kids and families in need. Cerro Gordo Deputy Sheriff Matt Klunder says, "All...
Warm And Windy Sunday
Saturday has been a beautiful day with sunny skies, temps in the upper 50s and low 60s and just a slight breeze. We've got another sunny and warm day ahead with some strong winds for Sunday. Record high temperatures will likely fall as we reach 70 for the second time in a week. A cold front will be passing through the area late Sunday night into Monday that will bring temperatures down, but they will stay above average in the upper 40s to near 50. Just a few slight chances of rain through the week before our next bigger chance of rain and snow arrives on Friday.
New Paws, New Love: Adopt Cats Today in Mason City, IA
Considering pet adoption? Or perhaps you just enjoy all things cute and cuddly? Numerous charming pets are ready for a loving home at animal shelters situated in and near mason city.
Today the gas price is close to $2.57 in Mason City as of 2024-03-03. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Sunday is $3.346, a week ago the price is $3.262 , according to AAA.
Forest City Moves Forward with the Street Reconstruction Project
The 2024 Forest City Street Reconstruction Project went before the Forest City Council and is intended to improve certain areas of the city with better roads. The City Council discussed three resolutions that encompass the entire project. The first is the preliminary resolution according to Forest City Administrator Daisy Huffman.
A cold morning before the warmth returns - AM WEATHER 2/29
Temps rise back to 50 degrees Thursday amid strong southerly winds.
Up and down temps, high wind causing trouble for local Firefighters
(ABC 6 News) – This winter has been anything but ordinary and with the weather changing constantly, it’s creating some challenges for our firefighters. From the 30s one day to the 60s the other. Mix those warmer temperatures with wind and firefighters are warning of an increased risk of fires: a red flag warning.
Wildly Warm February
March is here, which means the beginning of meteorological spring. But for 2024, it feels like that leap was already made. KIMT StormTeam Three meteorologist Travis Clark-Smith looks back at the month and what we can expect for March.
Local lawmakers react to $3.7 billion budget surplus
KIMT News Three's Brandon Cote reports on why the extra funds are being seen differently by politicians on both sides of the aisle.
Red Flag Warnings return as temperatures rise
Just as quickly as temperatures fell coming into the midweek, they'll be warming back up and once again bringing an increased fire risk to the area. Red Flag Warnings have been issued ahead of the increasing temps. These warnings will go into effect starting at 10 a.m. through 6 p.m. Thursday as temps rise, dry conditions persist and winds pick up from the south.
Fraudulent postcards from Winnebago County
(ABC 6 News) – On Wednesday, a Winnebago County resident contacted the county recorder’s officer about a suspicious postcard they received. The postcard claimed it was from “County Deed Records/Home Warranty Division,” warning of an expiring warranty that could leave the resident’s home unprotected. According...
MN DNR needs rainfall monitoring volunteers
All you need is a rain gauge and access to the internet.
Worth County man facing multiple child endangerment charges enters into plea agreement
MANLY — A Worth County man who was facing multiple child endangerment charges after two separate incidents in December has entered into a plea agreement with prosecutors. 36-year-old Corey Tangman was charged on Christmas Day with one count of child endangerment. A criminal complaint states that Manly police responded to a complaint in the 200 block of East South Street of Tangman assaulting an eight-year-old male that lives in the residence. He was charged with domestic abuse assault first offense and child endangerment.