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Tips to manage holiday stress
Recently, Urner Barry firm reported over one billion pounds of beef and pork was produced in U.S. slaughterhouses.
“We drove around and saw the lights and then we got out of the car and we just saw the Christmas trees,” says Delaney White.
One person is killed after a head on collision in north Iowa
To avoid long lines and a crowd, some people waited until the afternoon to start shopping.
Michael Chojnacki is facing a felony charge of intent to commit sexual assault.
Kragel’s in Clear Lake opens for the season on Saturday.
Enjoy free admission to MN state parks today.
Folks with support small businesses tomorrow.
Some shop while others work.
Electronics seem to be on the top of the list.
One person dies after morning accident.
Coffee seems to be the key in surviving the biggest shopping day of the year.
Two thirds of people admit to being on their phones in parking lots.
Police say Hill fled on foot before being tased by a police officer.
Three tires were found burned behind Sears on Thanksgiving night.
Dryer starts fire on Black Friday morning.
Two people are in custody following a reported child abduction
According to the National Retail Federation, around 137 million shoppers will hit the stores on Thursday and Friday to get a head start on h…
A group of childhood friends return to Albert Lea every Thanksgiving for the Turkey Bowl game.
With the holiday season, many people are reflecting on what they’re thankful for in their lives.
It’s a tradition in many households to put up the Christmas tree and lights after Thanksgiving dinner
One restaurant was full for the time they were open.
The meal brought out hundreds in the community.
Police are searching for a suspect in an armed robbery
Heinz is recalling gravy ahead of Thanksgiving
The goal is to raise more than $4 million this year.
Within 24 hours, 34 turkeys had been donated and delivered to families in need.
A pre-Thanksgiving meal for folks in Albert Lea.