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Hawkeye Bus Trip!

AM-1300 KGLO and Corporate Farmer of Mason City as we take a bus trip to watch some Iowa Hawkeyes football! Iowa takes on Michigan at Kinnick Stadium on Saturday, November 12th and you can be there to see the action!... Read more

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  • Authorities believe remains have been found of elderly woman from rural Plainfield missing since July October 20, 2016
    PLAINFIELD — Bremer County authorities believe they’ve found the remains of an elderly woman from rural Plainfield who disappeared in July. The Bremer County Sheriff’s Department says a local farmer found a body around 1:30 Wednesday afternoon while harvesting corn north of Horton. Deputies say their findings strongly suggest the body is that of 76-year-old
  • Mason City man’s kidnapping trial scheduled to start next week delayed until next year October 20, 2016
    MASON CITY — A Mason City man’s trial on kidnapping, attempted murder and burglary charges scheduled to start next week won’t start until after the first of the year. 43-year-old Jason Clausen is accused of assaulting his girlfriend on the morning of May 29th. The woman was taken to Mercy-North Iowa with what were described
  • Regents plan extensive audit on ISU president’s use of school’s airplanes October 20, 2016
    CEDAR FALLS — The president of the Board of Regents quickly addressed the controversy surrounding Iowa State University president Steven Leath’s use of the school’s airplanes today during their meeting in Cedar Falls.  Leath’s use of the planes became an issue after one of the planes he was flying was damaged during a fuel stop
  • Boil order in Meservey October 20, 2016
    MESERVEY — Residents in Meservey are under a boil order as a safety precaution as the community replaces a pair of fire hydrants. City officials tell KGLO News that they replaced a leaking fire hydrant on Wednesday, with the city having to shut the water off. Now they’ve decided to replace a second fire hydrant
  • State worker union leader questions staff levels at Independence Mental Health Institute October 20, 2016
    INDEPENDENCE — The union representing a majority of state workers is blaming “inappropriate staffing levels” for recent incidents at the Independence Mental Health Institute where a patient injured three staff members. Two of the workers required a trip to a hospital emergency room, according to a news release from AFSCME Council 61. The Department of

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