Dr. Camara Jones led a discussion at Mayo Clinic Thursday night focusing on racial health disparities.
The city of Hampton is announcing an endorsement of a program to help guide legal citizens down the path of citizenship.
The Mitchell County Sheriff’s Office is seeing lots of illegal dumping happening in ditches around the area.
There’s one day left in the Dream Big, Grow Here contest designed to help small businesses grow.
Law enforcement share with us how they overcome language barriers.
2015 Solar Jobs Census reports Minnesota is increasing solar jobs
Volunteers are coming together to raise money to bring a splash pad to town
After more than 12 years, standing empty this building is getting new tenants.
An area church is collecting donations to help send 50 homeless/less fortunate students to prom.
Trial awaits two other suspects
The Iowa Senate passed a bill challenging the new program.
Christians around the world are beginning the somber season of Lent with Ash Wednesday church services.
Four new turbines are going up now, with more expected.
Rankings released Thursday.
$13 million restitution fund established
It’s happening six months before the traditional Greek Fest.
You can take a practice test for free.
Authorities say warning lights and cross arm were activated at the rail crossing
Chief Deputy Jeff Crooks has officially announced he will run for sheriff in November 2016.
Authorities said they found him with a sawed-off shotgun
The chamber voted 29-19 Thursday for the bill, which would terminate Iowa’s contracts with three private companies.
KIMT News 3’s Hannah Funk brings you a look at what cultural barriers area police face.
Canadian Pacific is responding to a four-car train derailment in Mason City near Big Blue Lake.
Classes meant to grow police-citizen relationship, officials say.
Happel is a senior leader at Forest City this season.
Retired Sheriff Borchardt and Capt. Erickson from Olmsted County led a discussion on police use of force at University of Minnesota — Roche…
Washington Elementary Students are reading to dogs to build confidence.
Dean Reicks is still in shock to see his business completely destroyed by a fire that broke out Tuesday night.
One area hockey team is giving back to the Hormel Foundation