The wait is over BBQ enthusiasts! The Up in Smoke BBQ Bash begins Friday.
An event in Austin this afternoon was all about drumming up interest for students in different cultures around the world.
KIMT News 3 is finding out how this year’s school supplies could put a strain on wallets.
Students heading to college this fall are getting some good news from Washington.
Southern Minnesotans will soon be noticing more wind turbines.
Destination Medical Center continues to move forward and now leaders are asking those in Rochester what they want to see happen.
The pool in Byron was shut down on July 1 because of cracked water lines.
The Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) is urging parents to take children going into 7th to get the Tdap immunization shot.
Looking at the bright side of things is something Erwin Johnson has come to learn to do as a farmer.
When it comes to the economy, things seem to be booming in the city of Austin.
The city of Albert Lea is turning to bonds to help pay for projects around town.
Road work has begun on Interstate 35 between the Straight River Rest Area and Faribault.
Driving by Austin on the interstate can have you holding your nose, but now there are plans at Hormel to reduce the odor.
In southern Minnesota, many farmers do not have any crops in their fields and are using insurance help.
Pam Johnson is the president of the National Corn Growers Association and has a farm in Floyd.
She testified at the request of Representative Bruce Braley.