KIMT News 3- An unusual fire occurred in Rochester this weekend after light that was being refracted through a window ignited a coat rack. A…
Local high school students are taking what they’re learning about technology and adding a twist of entrepreneurship into the mix.
Changes made after a recent child’s death due to abuse and neglect.
We are reminded of simple ways to stay safe.
Four people hurt
Area community college students could be experiencing changes to their tuition payments this fall.
Suspect is facing attempted murder and assault charges
Campaign signs are popping up across the area, but state highway officials are warning folks to remember where you can place them.
Man allegedly had blood alcohol content over twice legal limit and his driving privileges suspended since 1979
Tips for shopping early and spending less.
Police say a 51-year-old man has died in an industrial accident at a Minneapolis-area Supervalu grocery warehouse.
Early frost a week ago has some farmers in southern Minnesota worried about this fall’s harvest , which they were hoping to delay after a la…
It happened just before 8 p.m. Saturday night at the railroad crossing on 4th Ave. SE. A car with two people inside collided with the west b…
A local event that raises money for area food banks.
They are a little short-staffed.
Changes have come to the absentee voting process
From the shot, to flu mist, we looked at the various options.
A local man is receiving an honor that’s the first of its kind.
Authorities cite a concern for her health
Man accused of selling heroin to victim that later overdosed
Proposed high speed rail would connect Rochester and the Twin Cities
Dozens of people lined up for their new devices.
It’s all part of “Dentistry from the Heart”
Man must also pay $17,000 in restitution
The Olmsted County Sheriff’s office is investigating a teenager bringing a gun into the Stewartville Junior – Senior High School.
The convict who bolted from a Hennepin County courtroom is back in custody.
A Minnesota drone company says farmers are increasingly using the unmanned flying devices to survey their crops.
He’s running for the U.S. Senate seat against DFL Al Franken.
We checked with a north Iowa cemetery to see what they’re doing to make sure cemetery crimes aren’t happening on their watch.
A local company’s “thank you” project should be wrapped up soon.