After years of discussion, a step towards the future for Austin Utilities was taken earlier this week.
A University of Minnesota study is putting the spotlight on congress and the lack of representation of women on the ballot.
It is not rare to see a DWI case in court, but there is one in particular that has made headlines.
It is a nearly $200 million project sparked by one of the largest ever donations to the Mayo Clinic and now it is coming together.
Solution to Minn. synthetic-drug plague?
It’s time to fill out those brackets as March Madness begins. Often times these friendly wagers center around money, sometimes lots of money…
The Channel One Food Bank served more than 100,000 people last year alone.
This year they set a new high.
Minn. cities, counties question printing mandate
As of Sunday at 2:00 p.m., not a whole lot was cooking at the Watts Cooking in Austin.
Mower County authorities say 22 dairy cows have been found dead in a barn of apparent starvation, and a farmer has been cited.
Spring is just days away but winter is not leaving quietly.
The abuse happened at an elementary school in Stewartville.
It could be every student’s dream.
Some common medicines found in cabinets at home or the local store are becoming more and more abused by teens.
Non-profit funding services do their best to work with everyone in their community, but many rural communities tend to be left in the dark, …
Law enforcement officials know that St. Patrick’s Day weekend is dangerous for drinking and driving.
Minn. House votes to kick in school lunch money
When many students are done with high school they move on to higher education elsewhere. Others transition to the “real world” right away an…
New research is finding ways to recover from surgery faster and with less pain.
At least one of the victims is in serious condition.
Folks with no where to go could soon be calling an old Rochester elementary school home.
About 61 bridges in Mower County are considered either “structurally deficient” or “functionally obsolete” meaning they’re in need of replac…
A business moves to Downtown Albert Lea.
They asked voters for more than 25 million dollars.
One of Dr. Seuss’ most famous books, “Cat in the Hat,” is making an appearance in our area again as one town does some reading of their own.
Two southern Minnesota schools want to expand and they are asking taxpayers to help.
Since early February, the Mason City Airport has been without an airline, but that will soon be changing.
Although roads are much clearer Monday, safety crews are reminding us that we are not in the clear yet.
More than 550 parks across the country are going to benefit from donations including one here in our area.