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A Ringsted man is injured in an accident after trying to light a cigarette...
A Little Rock man is arrested and showed up intoxicated for his court appearance...
The topic of allowing a business sign on the corner of Highway 71 and 4th Street Southeast was brought up at this week's Spencer City Council meeting.
The Interstate 90 pavement project in Minnesota is ahead of schedule.
The filing period to run for school board positions in Iowa is open through July 30th.
Spencer's Planning Director has shared a number of statistics.
There's good news for Iowans who use liquid propane -- from backyard grillers to farmers and homeowners.
Governor Terry Branstad's request for a federal disaster declaration to respond to the bird flu outbreak has been denied.
A Storm Lake man wanted in connection to a July 1st sexual assault of a 14-year-old girl has turned himself in.
There's breaking news on the Chris Cagle concert scheduled for Saturday in Arnolds Park.
Hope Haven has taken over for Sunshine Services.
Black Hills Energy is currently constructing a new 8,000 square foot building at the Green Industrial site in Spencer.
An update of area crimes and incidents.
Gov. Terry Branstad explains what led him to veto that part of a budget bill.
Levels of smoke from Canadian wildfires cause health concerns in the region.
A Lakefield woman was injured in a Jackson County accident this (Tuesday) morning.
A gas leaking vehicle caused a disturbance in Storm Lake Monday afternoon.
A Sheldon woman has been sentenced to 25 years in prison in connection to arson at Buddz s Sports Bar and Grill in Sheldon.
Spencer, IA (KICD)–Governor Terry Branstad vetoed nearly $56 million in one time funding for K-12 schools in Iowa last week.…
The first filing of an ordinance regulating the speed limit on Highway Boulevard, or Highway 71, was approved at Monday night's Spencer City Council session