Albert Lea Police Department made two arrests for DWI’s last night
Some establishments saw an increase in their liquor sales, while some saw a decrease
Four counties in southern Minnesota are on the list.
B B Bowl and Restaurant covered in flames as firefighters arrive on scene
Part 4 of KIMT’s four-part review of the top stories of 2015.
A service to help domestic abuse victims remain anonymous is set to begin in the new year.
Iowa State Troopers are visiting a north Iowa family today to present a special gift for a special child.
Many people are reflecting on moments that stood out to them in 2015.
Jean Francis and her husband, originally from north Iowa, have been evacuated from their current home in Missouri due to the flooding.
Pat Mulso, the Executive Director of the Freeborn County Historical Museum, is retiring after more than 10 years on the job.
Voting will begin in the next couple of days.
Who says you can’t play softball in Winter?
Albert Lea woman struck and killed on Dec. 16
It’s not just drunk driving anymore.
A big celebration was held in Rochester.
Rochester man was caught selling meth.
Steven Zelich claims he accidentally choked two women to death
Victory against Stanford could make it the greatest season ever for Hawkeye football
Authorities say a man who didn’t have a driver’s licence blew a stop sign, causing the crash.
The report finds black students are disproportionately disciplined compared to white students in the district.
It’s a form of maltreatment of vulnerable adults, and the rising number of cases is a concern for MDH.
Preliminary final total released for 2015 Red Kettle Campaign.
Authorities say surveillance video shows the man taking medications from Sterling Drug Store and the Boutique on Main on Wednesday morning.
The best student athlete of the week awards from 2015
Part 3 of KIMT’s four-part review of the top stories of 2015.
More prescription drugs could be falling into the wrong hands than once thought.
One building stands in the way of moving the old seminary schoolhouse in Osage, but it too has a lot of historical value.
Vehicle severely damaged; dried grain spilled
It’s a nerve-racking time for area farmers as income projections for this year’s and next year’s harvests are not looking very profitable.
Meet Mason City’s three newest firefighters.