DMCC Meeting

DMC making major strides forward

It is a major project that needs some major paperwork done before things get rolling, so the Destination Medical Center Corporation board me…

Mayo Clinic

Ethnicity plays role in cancer survival

New research is leading to significant improvements in survival rates for those facing advanced colon cancer, depending on your ethnicity.

KIMT WEB News

MNsure airs new ads

Minnesotans are getting the chance to see firsthand the accomplishments of the state’s online health insurance marketplace.

Riverland Nursing

Riverland offers new nursing degree

Riverland and six other community colleges have teamed up with Metropolitan State University in St. Paul for a bachelor’s degree in nursing.

MOVE MN

Addressing transportation needs

A Minnesota coalition is looking to bring the urgent transportation needs in the state to the forefront.

HORMEL

Helping fight hunger

A local food giant is doing its part to help stamp out hunger. Hormel Foods announced today they donated more than six million dollars in ca…

ICE DANGERS

Watching ice levels on lakes

Even with the subzero temperatures we’ve encountered thus far this winter, that doesn’t mean the ice will cooperate on area lakes.

Traffic fatalities on the rise

Traffic fatalities on the rise

Winter driving is always dangerous, but the Department of Public Safety in Minnesota says this winter has been especially bad.

HOMELESS VETERAN

Helping homeless veterans

Like finding work, other veterans also have trouble affording a place to live and the federal government is looking to take care of them.

WatchDOGS Program

Bring a dad to school day

You may remember you parent coming to school for a day to help serve lunch or take part in a field trip, but some students in southern Minne…