State representatives gathered with veterans to discuss what bills were passed in the 2016 legislative session.
Alden-Conger Supermileage Team takes on London.
Two killed and one injured in Friday accident.
The center could open by this fall.
You can also check out the balloons tomorrow morning.
Olmsted County Sheriff’s deputies say the 46-year-old man’s blood alcohol level was three times the limit for commercial drivers.
The DMCC board, City Council and EDA board meet to discuss DMC plans.
On Thursday, the Supreme Court voted 4-4, which blocked President Barack Obama’s immigration plan.
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources is asking for your help cleaning up your favorite beach.
The campaign looks to deter drinking and boating and the goal is to reduce the number of boating fatalities.
To his surprise, most students did not realize just how much space the equipment takes up on the road.
Iowa is ranked ninth, while Minnesota ranks seventh for lowest gun violence in the U.S.
Two counties, one drainage problem.
Over $95,000 given to Cerro Gordo County agencies.
The Mower County Humane Society is doing its best to manage the feral cat population.
Charles City man facing willful injury charge.
The 2016 Kids Count Data Book says Minnesota and Iowa are in the top three states to be a kid.
Accused of hitting his roommate with a clothes iron.
Husband still going to trial.
Third defendant still set for trial.
A local company is hard at work making cabinets that will soon be sent into space.
With Iowa’s primaries behind us, focus now turns to the Gopher State.
The Blooming Prairie crash also hurt a man from Owatonna.
Deputies say she swerved her car to avoid a deer, causing her to roll — the crash remains under investigation.
One man wanted by the Olmsted County Sheriff’s Office was caught Friday.
“Homelessness is really a problem here in North Iowa and people need to realize it really is here.”
Universal Marine and RV is being recognized for its annual Local Heroes events.
The team will work to gather input from the public about the option of implementing more 45/15 school calendar options.
One Rochester woman explains what it was like when she visited FMC to give a presentation to staff members.
GreenStep Cities are striving to decrease their carbon footprint.