Tornado PTSD?

Do you still cringe a bit when it comes to severe thunderstorm or tornado warnings? Does seeing other folks recovering from tornadoes give you a flashback to last July? The Unity Point Health-Marshalltown Foundation, along with the

Coliseum Concert Planning Continues

Planning is continuing for the concert to raise funds for the Memorial Coliseum in Marshalltown on July 6th. Marshalltown Mayor Joel Greer is excited about the event, which includes a concert from Iowa’s own Jason Brown. Greer


Abortion rights supporters rallied at the Iowa Capitol Tuesday,  part of nationwide protests against new abortion restrictions in other states. Legislators in states like Alabama hope their new laws spark a challenge of the Supreme Court’s 1973

Latest Crop Report

The U.S.D.A. reports farmers made planting progress in some areas last week despite continued weather issues. The report says 70% of the expected corn crop is now in the ground — which is still 5 days behind

Empowering Rural Iowa

Governor Kim Reynolds went to the “Candy Kitchen” in Wilton, Iowa, Monday to sign a bill that will boost state investment in rural Iowa. Among other items, The Empower Rural Iowa Act updates the rules for handing

A Busy Travel Holiday

Iowans who plan a trip over the upcoming Memorial Day weekend will need to plot their route carefully as many roads across the region are closed either by flooding or by flood damage. Rose White, at Triple-A-Iowa,

Webster County Fatal

One person has died after a crash in Webster County. The crash happened five miles north of Duncombe, just after 1:30 p.m. Sunday. The Iowa State Patrol said Larry Dencklau, of Eagle Grove, was driving southbound on

Cedar Rapids Shooting

Two 18-year-olds were killed and two 19-year-olds were gravely wounded in a shooting this weekend in Cedar Rapids. Matrell Johnson and Royal Abram were sitting in a vehicle when Investigators say someone walked up and fired multiple

Monday-Go-To-Meeting Schedule

Here’s the rundown of some of the area meetings on this Monday; The Grundy County Board of Supervisors will meet at nine this morning; The Marshalltown Community School District Board will meet at five; At 5:30, the

Flash Flood Watch

A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for central Iowa through tomorrow morning. Some areas are expected to receive one to three inches of rain over the next 24 hours, which could lead to flash flooding and