Albert Lea Police Department responded to a call concerning a house fire
After much of the North Iowa and Southern Minnesota area was hit with snow measuring in the double digits find traction hasn’t been easy, bu…
Police say a security guard and Mercy employee were assaulted
Guilty in Cerro Gordo; not guilty in Floyd
The Minnesota State Patrol says they’ve dealt with numerous crashes.
Law enforcement says he used his hands and a noose
House fire in Albert Lea has fire officials on the scene.
Rochester woman goes into the ditch on Highway 52
Part 1 of KIMT’s four-part review of the top stories of 2015.
Low visibility and overall poor driving conditions led to a multi-vehicle accident on Interstate 35 Monday afternoon.
Many across our area were able to prepare in the event they do get snowed in.
Fire officials say many of the bodies of water in our area are not frozen over making for very dangerous conditions for people looking to ha…
Austin’s Park and Recreation Center is starting a curling league
Albert Lea Police Department responded to a call reporting a stabbing this weekend
The Interchange says they’reprepared and ready for the snow storm
Mason City man allegedly threatened law enforcement
Erratic driver in Khols’ parking lot faces multiple charges.
A male homeowner greets a suspected burglar with a handgun.
Resident of Stewartville reports burglary after finding the front door forced open.
Three suspects in Haverhill Township burglary are facing multiple charges.
More information on fire in Marion Township is released by the Rochester Fire Department.
Being held on $50,000 bail
Storm expected to be the strongest near Albert Lea
KIMT News 3- Ghassan Madkour and his family heard several loud explosions this weekend from the house across the street from them in Marion …
Christmas is over and people are starting to take down their decorations, Music Man Square is no exception.
Albert Lea police are investigating a day-after-Christmas stabbing that sent a man to the hospital.
Minnesota cabin owners could be in line for a big tax cut.
Iowa trucking industry officials say their business isn’t exactly smooth these days, but they don’t seem to be facing as many potholes.
Several explosions reported as flames destroy a workshop