Sentencing set for March
Putting money in a savings account could help you in the long run.
This is the first group of students inducted at RCTC.
Money given out for arts & culture, community betterment, education, health, historic preservation and human services
Allegedly harassed and threatened the mother of his children
Man pleads guilty to domestic assault; report of a loaded handgun led to school lockdown
Authorities say no treatment facility currently has room to take him
Plans continue to move forward with the River City Renaissance Project.
Heidi Cruz, wife of Sen. Ted Cruz speaks on why her husband is the best candidate for the Oval office.
Sen. Ted Cruz may be ahead in the polls in Iowa, but that’s not stopping Gov. Terry Branstad from encouraging people not to support him.
The Mayo Clinic National Health Check-Up takes a pulse on Americans’ health opinions and behaviors
Would you know what to do if you saw a reckless, possibly impaired driver on the road?
ALBERT LEA, Minn.- Members of Albert Lea Art Center are showcasing their art work for the residents to enjoy. It’s the annual All Member Art…
City Hall is looking for your support as they head into the final round for Idea Splash
Nine local Harley Davidson enthusiasts want to break a record for a good cause.
A gas line at Salem Lutheran Church is under repair after a leak was found today.
Students at a local school try some healthy snacks.
Sensitive groups could be affected in the central and southern parts of the state
Edgewood Colesburg graduate served in Desert Storm
Northwood-Kensett high school graduates are asked to give current seniors advice on college loans.
Man admits to domestic abuse in Cerro Gordo County
31-year-old Nathaniel Wedig, of Rochester, was arrested after a string of crime on Tuesday.
The two were found with $27,000 worth of meth during a search.
Authorities say $6,000 worth of cash and jewelry in total was taken.
The extent of her injuries are unknown at this time.
Broadside car vs. semi crash claims three lives and leaves two more hurt.
Department will develop a plan of action to tackle health issues.
The Olmsted County HRA is now accepting pre-applications for the public housing program.
The group “Race Forward” met for the first time on Tuesday night.
Members of Rochester for Justice are making sure their voice will continue to be heard.