Super Bowl is putting in new pinsetters.
More employers are investing in their employees’ health because they’ll see the benefits of living a healthier lifestyle, experts say.
One senior at Crestwood High School made room for others at her school’s library.
Regional Health Services in Howard County is providing telemedicine in times of an emergency.
Students across Minnesota are able to vote for who they believe should become president.
The Austin Community Recreation Center is one step closer to becoming official.
The superintendent will be on administrative leave with pay effective June 6.
When a person dies, who is responsible for paying any fines they may have?
Her trial is set for June.
Man allegedly found in the trunk of a car; drugs allegedly found inside the vehicle with a child.
You can help students who struggle to read.
A recent grant is expected to go a long way.
He entered a guilty plea to domestic assault.
Under the proposal, two motels and nearby homes would be demolished for a 13-story building with underground parking.
Authorities say it happened Tuesday morning on Highway 18 — the accident is still under investigation.
“Cinderella,” “Elvis Lives” and “Rudolph” are all coming to NIACC in the next year.
We look into cancer research in our area.
Rochester police are still looking into the possibility of getting a UAV for the department.
The goal is to encourage residents, families and others to engage with their loved ones who are no longer living at home.
Health officials say the nicotine-infused liquid is contributing to a large number of emergency room visits for children.
Authorities say it is a common occurrence in our area to see unfavorable deals on Craigslist.
Several sate agencies are teaming up to cut down on impaired driving in Iowa.
While many seek the counsel of recovery professionals, some look to faith-based programs to receive the help they need.
The debate on who can enter a bathroom is becoming quite the issue.
Second to plead guilty. Third suspect still going to trial.
Officials are striving to make downtown a destination.
Over two dozen car break-ins have occurred this last week in Albert Lea, and police are still looking for suspects.
City officials believe Cellfie Tours will draw more people to town
Charges involve meth, pot and hydromorphone.
One person was hurt in an early Monday morning crash.