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Cold soil and crops

Farmers are rushing into the fields but some may have planted too early. An outlook on how crops are fairing.

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National Hepatitis Testing Day

It’s a disease that affects about four million Americans and to help address the issue, today is National Hepatitis Testing Day.

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Hagedorm back in the race

For the first congressional district in Minnesota, it was looking like it would be between incumbent Tim Walz and Republican challenger Aaro…

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MERS hits the midwest

ROCHESTER, Minn. – Hundreds of people overseas have become sick with this condition and some have died. But that serious virus is now showin…

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Click it or Ticket campaign begins

KIMT News 3- As drivers head out for the Memorial Day weekend, authorities are reminding them to buckle-up. Starting Monday, law enforcement…

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Writer shares area stories on KKK

After writing about one of the most notorious hate groups of our time, one area writer is sharing her story and bringing it across borders.

Celebrating our military heroes

Celebrating our heroes

On Saturday, across the nation, folks celebrated veterans, military personnel and fallen heroes.

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Honoring the fallen

In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation declaring this week in May as National Police Week.

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Albert Lea Lake receives $50,000 grant

ALBERT LEA, Minn. – A southern Minnesota lake is proving to be very popular. Thanks to fan votes on Facebook, Albert Lea Lake is receiving $…

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Bonding bill closer to reality

ROCHESTER, Minn. – After a long day at the state capitol, lawmakers are coming together on a new bonding bill. The bill would cost around a …

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Thieves target water pumps

ROCHESTER, Minn. – Water pumps were the target of the latest theft in Rochester. Rochester PD says someone broke into Ronco Engineering Thur…