Here’s a look at tonight’s Covering Your Health.
A Mayo Clinic study takes a look at the unintended consequences of the electronic medical practice environment.
Based on the DOT’s calculation, the dealership and the company avoided paying nearly $300,000 in first-time registration fees and use tax.
With only a couple of weeks left before school starts officials have encountered small concerns with their two year construction project tha…
“What are these two lives going to be worth?”
The Minnesota loan forgiveness application for teachers working in shortage areas is nearing. The date to complete the application is June 3…
The Centers for Disease Control say that flu injections are the way to go this year.
Fort Dodge man was accused of using false pretenses.
The Austin Municipal Pool is getting some unwanted visitors.
Homeowners have the opportunity to get their homes repaired.
Today is Bomgaars opening day in Albert Lea.
North Iowa first responders are training on how to handle an active shooter for the next three days.
There have been several fatal accidents in Southern Minnesota and North Iowa recently, and officials want you to be careful.
The rule of thumb for all plants is one inch of water per week.
The Supreme Court closes its term with major decisions upholding abortion access, easing public corruption laws.
Trial set for August in Floyd County.