Victim identified and now in fair condtion
There is a new plan in place in southern Minnesota to help Latinos get motivated for college.
It is never a good idea to drive a vehicle while intoxicated, and now the chances of being caught drunk behind the wheel in Minnesota are going up.
In April crews were just starting a project to overhaul a Rockford bridge that had been in use for nearly a century.
The American Red Cross says blood donations are too low.
With fall being right around the corner, we are going to start seeing some changes in scenery.
If you’re looking to keep your child active, involved, and on-stage the Steben’s Children’s Theatre is an option you may consider.
This heat wave has not surprised Pre K – 4th Grade Principal Bill Carlson; he told us he actually always expects the first few days to be a bit warmer.
The manhunt that left an entire Iowa community on high alert is officially over, but the impact of how it all ended is helping to raise more awareness.
The Albert Lea School District is studying the possibility of building an on-site clinic for its employees.
After a city council vote, some residents in Austin will now be forced to get flood insurance.
Attorneys for Med-Trans Corporation have filed a response in federal court to a lawsuit filed by the family of one of the victims of the Mercy AirMed helicopter crash.
Law enforcement confirm this morning that Rodney Eugene Long, a suspect in Sunday night’s shooting and pursuit is dead.
In late June the Supreme Court of the United States weighed in on same-sex marriage.
The city of Cresco is preparing for what should be an interesting evening of discussion at city hall regarding a historic location.