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Rochester Woman Attacked In Her Home With Young Daughter Nearby
At last report, Rochester police were looking for a man wanted in a violent domestic incident.
A Rolling Tire Hits A Woman And Her Daughter in NE Rochester
A woman and her young daughter were hurt as the result of a freak accident in NE Rochester.
Minnesota Homeless Conference Opens in Rochester Tuesday
The Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless opens its annual conference at Rochester’s Mayo Civic Center Tuesday.
Dodge County Sheriff Asking Public’s Help in Finding Runaway Teen
The Dodge County Sheriff's Office is asking the public's help in trying to locate a runaway teenager.
Rochester City Council Gives Cold Shoulder to Waste Hauler Plan
It’s a good idea - just not the right time.
Stewartville Man Facing Charges After Reported Assault of Woman
Olmsted County deputies were called to an apartment complex in Stewartville Sunday afternoon to check a report of a man with a knife who was chasing a woman.
Olmsted County Kicks Off School Flu Shot Drive
Flu shots are now being offered at nearly every school in Olmsted County.
Another Rochester Road Project Begins Monday
Rochester motorists are being told to be prepared for road work scheduled to begin Monday on another section of West Circle Dr.
Take A Hike Instead Of A Pill?
Parks instead of meds? Take a hike? That may be the advice Rochester doctors start giving some of their patients.
Rochester’s 2020 Property Tax Increases Will Be Decided Next Week
It’s that time of the year for local governments in Minnesota to take the first step in deciding property tax increases for next year.