Governor Mark Dayton requested to push back health insurance open enrollment for Minnesota residents, but was denied.
The changes would expand upon federal law.
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Chris Klein is like a skin tag removed from James Caan’s right buttock.
High school basketball highlights.
How look at how the new court system is giving offenders with drug and alcohol addictions another chance.
Our area is expected to have an ice storm starting Sunday night and continuing to Tuesday morning meaning officials are starting to plan ahe…
“There’s a lot of businesses and people that are out of stuff that people need because of the high demand of the products,” says Greiner.
7 years ago, Nancy Olson came up with the idea to bring “Dancing with the Stars” to Forest City to raise money for the Forest City Rotary Cl…
A kitchen fire in a Mason City apartment complex was put out before first responders even made it to the scene thanks to a unique device kno…
More details are being released by the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.
Troopers are seeing folks going over 100 miles per hour lately, and its not a trend they like to see.
Governor Terry Branstad talked China with KIMT in a one on one interview.
The Cerro Gordo County Department of Public Health is educationg landlords on smoke-free homes.
Thanks to a donation a chapel in Southern Minnesota was repaired.
Company says three others have been treated and released.
Driver receives apparently minor injuries.
Accused of sticking a gun in a neighbor’s face.
Prisoner accused of attacking a deputy.
They stole cigarettes and only cigarettes.
18-year-old accused of stealing items from a Rochester bank employee.
$70,000 is going to the center.
Man facing several charges. Police say baggies were found in a five-year-old’s room.
Admits to images found on his smartphone.
The death of a wife and two children is enough to ruin a man. For Joe Biden, it’s part of what shaped him and what drove him to always get b…
Product could be contaminated with Salmonella.
According to a new analysis, millennials earn 20 percent less than boomers did at the same stage of life, despite being better educated.
We have a breakdown by county of how local schools were ranked.
The U.S. Senate has moved forward with the first steps in getting rid of the Affordable Care Act.