Consumer confidence is up and that means busy stores all across our area.
Rochester Fire responds to two fire alarms going off Thursday night.
Many are taking the day to pick out their Christmas tree
There is a bargain this weekend if you are looking to adopt a cat or kitten
A Hy-Vee kitchen manager has a few ideas.
Did you eat too much this Thanksgiving? We thought so! Annie Szatkowski breaks down different exercises to burn off your favorite holiday di…
A World War II veteran from Minnesota is about to receive the highest decoration France can present to a foreign citizen.
They hope you are not doing so in your garage
Volunteers worked to make sure everyone had a Thanksgiving meal.
The state patrol stayed busy Wednesday and into Thursday morning.
Authorities are spending Thanksgiving helping those in need.
A cold morning did not stop area runners.
What it takes to fill hundreds of catering orders on Thanksgiving
Families across the country can be thankful for Minnesota and Wisconsin farmers this holiday season.
Tips for last minute thawing and making sure your turkey is done for it’s close up
Minnesota safety officials say the holiday season can be a deadly time for home fires.
Project Legacy works with youth of color to help them get on a positive path.
The community gathered before Thanksgiving for a big feast
North and southbound vehicles collided as one tried to pass a semi
An Austin police officer is off the job, pending an investigation.
A look inside of Jennifer Sims’ classroom.
The financing plan for a massive expansion of Mayo Clinic needs a tweak from state legislators.
The suspect has prior convictions for drugs.
Funeral arrangements are set for a young girl shot and killed in an apparent murder-suicide.
According to the Calorie Control Council, on average, Americans will load up on 4,500 calories on Thanksgiving. So, if you’re looking to cut…
Pheasant populations are growing
He explains, recruitments don’t just happen overnight and it’s not just Somali youth these groups are targeting.
The extra enforcement begins Tuesday and runs through December 27th.
Albert Lea city leaders are striking down plans to reorganize and reshape certain city jobs.
A generous donation from a local group is giving many in our area, a place to rest this holiday season.