Cannon Falls Man Killed in Late Night Wreck on Icy Road
A Cannon Falls man was killed Thursday night in a traffic wreck in rural Goodhue County that may have been a result of Tuesday’s snowstorm.
Convicted Rochester Murderer Headed Back to Prison
Mark Huyber's criminal history led to a sentence that exceeds state guidelines for his most recent conviction.
Discarded Napkin Led to Arrest in Minneapolis Cold Case
Bail has been set at $1 million for a Minnesota businessman accused of killing a Minneapolis woman 25-years ago.
Semi On Highway 14 In Janesville, Slides Into Holding Pond
Yesterday morning shortly after 9:00 AM a semi traveling on Highway 14 in Janesville Township, lost control, jackknifed and slid into a holding pond.
Mankato Mom Donates Over 600 Ounces of Breast Milk
She was so grateful for the breast milk donated by other mothers for her son she wanted to give back.
Rochester Man Struck by Bus Near Downtown Mayo Campus
A Rochester bus driver was expected to be ticketed for hitting a pedestrian during Tuesday’s snowstorm.
Rochester Hockey Team Donating Big Money For Cancer Research
And you can be part of the fun!
Spring Must Be Near - The Lake Pepin Ice Measurements Have Begun
The wait for “ice out” on Lake Pepin will likely not be anywhere near as long this year as it was in 2018.
Hayfield Family Learns Fate of Woman Missing for Almost 50 Years
DNA samples provided by family members from Hayfield have allowed investigators to finally identify a young woman found dead in an abandoned and burned home in east-central Minnesota almost 50-years-ago.
Former Lawmaker Returns to State Capitol as Rochester Mayor
Rochester Mayor Kim Norton paid a visit to the State Capitol yesterday to testify in support of two bills that would benefit Rochester.
Heroes Sought When Stuck Vehicle Hit By Train In Dakota County
A train in Dakota County hit a stuck vehicle Tuesday morning, the woman escaped with minor injuries
Way Too Many MnDOT Snowplows Have Been Hit In SE MN In 2019
We are not even two and a half months into 2019 and already too many snowplows have been hit in Southeast Minnesota.
The Snowstorms Are Taking a Toll on State Patrol Cruisers
It has been a rough month for the Minnesota State Patrol, both in terms of the long hours worked by troopers in the inclement weather and the damage inflicted on State Patrol squad cars.