K-M finishes the year 28-0.
Students from our area are getting a first hand lesson in history by taking a trip to Washington DC.
Carroll Bogard is more than just a veteran of World War II, and as a prisoner of war, his perspective of the war is one like none other.
A lot of time has passed since Art Gratias fought for his life on Omaha Beach, but even after 70 years he remembers what happened well.
Some local schools are teaming up to make it easier for Iowans to go north of the border.
One person has died after being found pinned underneath a piece of farm equipment.
Additional suspects still at large
One is being held as a danger to the community
Are they being held to the same safety standards?
Many people gathered for the event in Rochester.
Second time around as interim for a veteran of the organization
Owner unsure when he’ll be able to reopen
Rochester Police are asking for help from the public tracking down a missing woman.
Rochester Police have taken a local man into custody for dispersing child pornography.
Iowa officials have signed an agreement to strengthen the state’s economic ties with China.
Former rivals for the Democratic Party nomination are set to endorse a veteran lawmaker’s campaign to represent northeastern Iowa in Congres…
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources says storm damage will delay the reopening of a western Iowa recreation area.
CLEAR LAKE, Iowa – The Clear Lake Fire Department was called to a report of a fire in the kitchen area of the Anchor Inn on Thursday afterno…
Highlights include: K-M/Hermantown (SB), MC/Newman (SB), CL/MOC-FV (Soccer).
See if Amy can follow the water in this science adapted version of the shell game.
Jaeger is KIMT’s Giving Your Best winner for the month of June.
The Lions are now 16-3 this season.
He stopped by Rochester to talk about changes local vets want to see with the VA.
A study into the effects of the Affordable Care Act on business, shows a troubling new trend.
New air service proposals are on the table at an area airport.
He’s seen a lot in his 24 years as a surgeon in our area, now he’s being awarded for all of his efforts.
Now that the calendar is flipped to June, ‘tis the season to make those summer plans, including a summer get-a-way.
Researchers say banning food stamp purchases of soda and other sugary drinks could cause a major drop in obesity and diabetes.
If you are having a tough time deciding on where to take your next weekend camping trip, there is a new tool to help.
Some southern Minnesota landowners could get quite a bit of money to turn some acreage into conservation land.