Broadside car vs. semi crash claims three lives and leaves two more hurt.
Candidate suspends campaign events in wake of car accidents.
Department will develop a plan of action to tackle health issues.
Basketball, wrestling and hockey highlights from Tuesday.
The Warriors signed two local stars.
The Olmsted County HRA is now accepting pre-applications for the public housing program.
The group “Race Forward” met for the first time on Tuesday night.
Members of Rochester for Justice are making sure their voice will continue to be heard.
Don’t let the above zero degree weather fool you, the wind chill is still cold enough for frostbite to take effect.
One north Iowa student-teacher team is taking the trip of a lifetime to the beaches of Normandy, to honor a local fallen hero.
One city is narrowing down the best location for a dog park, but wants your input
This week’s Golden Apple Award Winner is Sharayah Vorland of West Hancock High School.
The frigid dip in the water is part of the annual “Paint the Town Pink” initiative, which raises money for breast cancer research.
Accused of $2 robbery; winds up in hospital for hypthermia
E-cigarettes were introduced back in 2008 as a way for smokers to quit smoking, but new research is showing that the electronic device does …
The DFL released their “Greater Minnesota for All” agenda this morning
Northern Iowa and southern Minnesota farmers came together today for a soil workshop
Fomer Republican Vice Presidential candidate throwing her support behind New York City businessman.
Anti-endorsement based on Texas Senator’s opposition to federal support for ethanol.
Any charges against him are still pending.
365 days added to sentences for previous drug convictions
Despite the construction being months away, local officials want to make sure you’re prepared.
Honored for performance of “CHICAGO.”
Authorities say after questioning, she hinted that she may have been trying to protect herself from another woman.
The estranged husband allegedly ran away with his 6-year-old son and now faces domestic assault and terroristic threat charges.
The executive orders would allow up to 5 million immigrants to “come out of the shadows” and work legally in the U.S.
The 80-year-old Buddhist leader says he has no specific health complaints, but will have a thorough checkup.
Death blamed on complications from multiple illnesses.
Supporters and organizers will gather to talk on issues facing seniors, such as Medicare and Social Security, on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Two presidential candidates stopped in north Iowa on Monday — former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum and former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly F…