Fire crews from Wells and Alden are at the scene of a structure fire in rural Faribault County.
The Albert Lea Fire Department is calling in for mutual support to battle a fully engulfed house fire.
Neurosurgeon and Republican Presidential Candidate Dr. Ben Carson spoke to a standing room only crowd at Dave’s Restaurant in Charles City.
A benefit raised support for one local man’s fight with brain cancer
One U.S. Senator visits Southern Minnesota as she starts her Energizing Minnesota Tour
MnDOT is in the middle of a five year study looking at which two-lane highways can be bumped from 55mph to 60mph.
With another round of extreme cold on the way, these tips could help you avoid a major cost.
A 98-year-old woman found outside a senior living facility dies after being found barefoot.
Farmer’s are having to re-evaluate their budgets as their income is dropping this 2016.
This weekend you’ll be seeing temperatures drop below zero, are you prepared?
Fire department is looking for residents to adopt a fire hydrant
Doug Johnson’s benefit is set for Saturday.
The Citizen’s Academy is starting in Albert Lea
One person injured
They looked at more than 400 patients for the study.
KIMT News 3’s Amy Fleming sits down with Casey Martin, senior vice president of investments with Raymond James & Associates Inc.
Authorities say a search warrant led to the discovery of marijuana
Also denies drug charges
Police say they had been investigating him for the past couple of months.
Woman allegedly provided unsolicited contact to an undercover police officer’s genitals.
Olmsted County crash involves four vehicles on Highway 22.
Minivan reportedly rear-ended a semi tractor and trailer.
Accident is pending further investigation.
FIrefighters rank number two on the list of most stressful jobs.
The parish met to discuss plans to rebuild the property with the help of the Archdiocese of Dubuque.
One video contest hopes to highlight the stories of women’s achievements in our history.
Local students included reaching out to scientists as part of their class project, and luckily they heard back.
Youth Task Force of Mason City is looking for mentors to be role models to area kids.
A local 16-year-old is not only focusing on her grades, but on becoming a firefighter like her dad.
The agreement is a result of a 3 year investigation to reform business practices in the industry.