The public is invited to attend both the Carroll County Board of Supervisors and the Carroll City Council meetings this week. News director, Chantelle Grove, details those agendas and provides a preview of an upcoming live interview
Carroll Broadcasting news director, Chantelle Grove, takes a look back a the top stories of the past week.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has announced that milk from a Pennsylvania farm, which has been linked to an antibiotic-resistant bacteria, was sold in Iowa. According to the CDC, three cases of brucellosis have
Officials with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) are encouraging Iowans to donate a portion of their state tax returns to wildlife preservation through the Fish and Wildlife Fund, more commonly known as the Chickadee Checkoff.
One Of Iowa’s Most Popular Winter Activities Will Also Include A Special Enforcement From Local And State Authorities
Officials in northwest Iowa will be getting an assist from the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) at this weekend’s 39th Annual University of Okoboji Winter Games. Conservation officers will partner with troopers from the Iowa State
Following the announcement that Iowa’s unemployment rate is the lowest in the country, Iowa Workforce Development has released data for individual counties. Carroll County had the lowest unemployment in the region for December of 2018 at 1.7
Healthcare agencies across the state are seeing an increase in cases of influenza and influenza-like illnesses, RSV and many other viruses. In keeping with their advice on preventative measures such as hand washing, covering when you cough
.S. Senators Chuck Grassley and Joni Ernst on Friday penned a letter to three federal agencies, calling on them to investigate allegations of human trafficking and child labor. Iowa constituents had contacted the senators about human trafficking
The next step in Iowa’s Computer Science is Elementary project was announced on Tuesday when Gov. Kim Reynolds invited eligible schools to apply for $50,000 one-time planning grants. The applications are open now through March 29 as
The Jefferson Police Department reports they responded to two property damage accidents over the last weekend and into early this week. The first occurred at approximately 11:50 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 19 at the intersection of West