Mall of America secures financing for $300 million expansion
A Marine from the southern Minnesota city of Waseca has died in Afghanistan.
When you look at your monthly energy bill you are probably wondering how you can get that number to go down. Now Alliant Energy is going aro…
Leaders in Minnesota are learning that they will have more money than expected to work with in the coming years.
Those hitting the rinks in Albert Lea won’t be getting any reprieve from these cold temperatures.
Those looking to hit the lakes to fish are being reminded of an important deadline at midnight tonight.
The council voted 3-1 to rezone Lions Park
A new study is showing a racial disparity when it comes to a certain cancer.
It’s an environmental issue we seem to be dealing with more and more and officials are using this week to bring more attention to it.
It was a sunny day with clear skies Wednesday, but some of our area was in a blizzard warning.
An area county is working to make sure that those who have been in trouble in the past will choose a new path for their future.
A local foundation is looking to extend a half-cent sales tax in the city of Albert Lea.
Cutting edge prostate cancer research, happening right here in our area, is garnering national recognition.
It’s been a hot button issue in the city of Albert Lea. And now, a decision has been made on the future of the city’s skate park.
Obama speaking in St. Paul to discuss investment and job creation
St. Paul, MN – The bonding bill, minimum wage and tax policy. Those are just some of the issues on the table as the Minnesota 2014 legislat…
Today, people are more “connected” than ever, between smart phones, tablets, folks can take the internet with them wherever they go. Trends …
There are a lot of topics state leaders in Minnesota have on their plate this year and one of the hot ones is minimum wage.
The legislative session getting underway in Minnesota is being coined the “unsession.”
Those taking to the skies from the Rochester International Airport will be noticing some changes.
Lawmakers meet in St. Paul to begin the 2014 session
U.S. Military forces are becoming the target when it comes to budget cuts.
MNsure leaders have been working for months to smooth out what has been a pretty rough first few months and they just made one more change.
Austin police had been on the scene at the Park Place Apartments complex for about 14 hours from Sunday night into Monday morning and finall…
President visiting St. Paul to discuss investment and job creation
Residents at apartment complex told to stay inside
National Weather Service says that while some parts of the state of Iowa have seen record snowfall, the actual water content of that snow ha…
A remaining ring beam that made up part of the Metrodome’s roof structure has been taken down using controlled explosives.
Ticket purchases helped fund a small but increasingly important part of states’ budgets.
Lawmakers arrive Tuesday for an annual session that could extend into mid-May.