Highlights from CS/WF and K-M/Byron VB
Here’s tonight’s Covering Your Health.
County and city leaders are coming together to look at potential threats to Cerro Gordo County.
Carol Schmidt and members of Eden Presbyterian Church in Osage started the lord’s lettuce project in 2011.
If you are an avid coffee drinker, then grab another cup of joe and celebrate.
While some people know exactly who they’re voting for, others are unsure if they’ll vote at all.
High schools in Mitchell County participated in a college fair at Osage High School.
A national commercial bus shortage is impacting several rural North Iowa communities.
The city of Albert Lea is improving their city garage and they’re looking for the public’s feedback.
Workforce Development center helps residents find jobs.
Arrest connected to mid-September search of a Mason City apartment.
Local Hy-Vee Dietitian Courtney Kremer shows us how to make a simple and healthy breakfast.
Olmsted County Attorney says further investigation showed they could not prove him guilty of burglary and domestic assault.
Rankings released Thursday.
Not all sites will be accessible to campers.
Spanning 45 talks with 424 people in total attendance, United Way of Olmsted County has released a summary of its community conversations fi…
Brownsdale man facing 2nd degree murder charge.
SEIU Healthcare Minnesota has outlined a proposal meant to ensure worker protection.
Employers are looking for people to fill positions.
Authorities say victim required medical attention.
A commuter train in New Jersey crashed into Hoboken Terminal on Thursday morning, resulting in multiple injuries, at least one fatality.
Austin woman was arrested for embezzling from an Albert Lea church.
Pleads guilty to seriously hurting her 7-year-old niece.
It’s National Coffee Day! Let us know in our KIMT poll how you like yours.
Police say a driver could face charges after a crash on Wednesday night left he and a passenger hurt.
Police are searching for a suspect who was caught on surveillance video after allegedly taking several items from a Rochester home.
Rankings released Wednesday.
Skylar Schmitt signed her letter of intent to play volleyball at Waldorf.
Lexi Groe and her Lake Mills volleyball squad are 29-0 this season.
NIACC 5, Scott CC 0