If you are a fan of the 1950s and 60s including the music and the cars from that time, you may want to stop by Albert Lea this weekend.
The suspected kidnapper was from north Iowa.
It’s almost fair season around the area, and a local county is starting to do their last-minute preps.
20 to 30 people gather in front of the bar, while there is no alcohol served there, the main concern is about the nude dancing that goes on.
Over the past couple of weeks, a handful of crashes have happened in the same area, leading some to wonder why that is.
New job numbers are out Friday and they suggest the U.S. is seeing more job growth. But while the national numbers look good; in our area, we’re actually seeing a bit of a slow down.
It seems almost everyone has a cell phone these days, even children. Many parents are giving the kids the phones, to keep track of them, and now a new app for smart phones is taking that idea one step further.
Last summer brought dry weather near the end and now mother nature is making up for it with a lot of rain.
The snowplows are now put away in our area and crews hope for good.
It’s an annual event to honor those who have been touched by cancer. It’s all part of the Relay for Life.
An armed robbery suspect is headed to prison.
KIMT Update // Two young cousins were found dead last year.
A Spring Valley man is facing a felony charge for presumably shooting and killing a neighbor’s dog.
Hundreds of properties were damaged in the 2008 floods, 161 of them eligible for government buyouts.
We’re coming up on the 5 year anniversary of the 2008 flooding of the Winnebago river. Those floods left many without water for days and some small businesses at a stand still.