After the recent passing of Mankato West student 17–year–old Chloe Moses, counselors and other support staff have been on hand to help students and teachers cope with the loss. More>>
A Domino's delivery man received quite a scare last night when he went to drop off pizzas in Mankato.
One of the largest grocery companies in the nation is putting pressure on pork suppliers to halt the use of gestation crates for pigs. More>>
Wells Federal CEO Lonnie Trasamar says they will operate the new branch with no expected changes in bank personnel. More>>
A Saint Peter organization is seeking handouts to help furnish Fourth of July Festivities. More>>
Four people have been arrested with a narcotics case that may have resulted in the deaths of two young people. We told you Tuesday that a baggie with blue coloring was involved in a pair of deaths that authorities were investigating. More>>
Day six into the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner and still not a single trace of the plane. More>>
Police say the driver ignored the flashing red lights at the intersection. More>>
The avalanche center estimates the avalanche was 500 feet wide, 600 feet long and up to 20 feet deep in places. More>>
The criminal complaint stated Matthews would simply drive to his home in New Ulm after just a short-time at work-all while he was on the clock. More>>
The Mankato Metropolitan Statistical Area saw a 2.6% increase in its employment numbers year-to-year, better than any of the state's other four Metropolitan Statistical Areas More>>
The Clay County Fair runs September 6 to14 in Spencer, Iowa. The fair attracts more than 300,000 people each September and has been going on since 1917. More>>
A group in North Mankato hopes to re purpose an old farmstead right in the heart of the city. At the intersection of Lor Ray Drive and Lee Boulevard in North Mankato there's a site you don't see all the More>>
It happened just before nine Wednesday morning. More>>
Tens of millions of Americans with slightly elevated blood pressure could be at increased risk for a stroke. More>>
With spring right around the corner, more rain is on its way too. More>>
Over 7 months overdue, the Fairmont teacher's contract sees pay increases and benefit additions. More>>
With around 40 employees, the owner of the asphalting company, Dennis Wolff, is thankful firefighters were able to save computer information for big jobs planned for this season.
The Sleepy Eye South Point Credit Union has teamed up with its members to donate more than $15,000 to Gillette Children's Hospital. More>>
An explosion that was heard and felt for several blocks leveled two buildings in New York City Wednesday.
At least two people were killed, 20 others injured, and more than a dozen are missing or unaccounted for.
New Ulm Schools could have some brand new facilities in its future. A New Ulm Facilities Task force has recommended a plan that includes remodeling of many of the public schools. More>>
Mankato authorities have released the names of the two people who died last week in Mankato, as the investigation into what happened continues. More>>
The Malaysia Airlines jet with 239 people on board vanished without sending any distress signal less than an hour into its flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing early Saturday. More>>
The current superintendent, Jeff Olson, who was named the 2013 Minnesota Superintendent of the year, is retiring effective June 30th. More>>
The Sleepy Eye Police Department says a meeting planned for next week to discuss a level three sex offender living in the city has been canceled. Police Chief John Schueller says the Department of Corrections More>>
Several nearby fire departments responded but crews opted to let the structure burn since it was going to be demolished anyway. More>>
Officials received a report of a snowmobiler buried in the Daisy Pass and Crown Butte area near Cooke City Tuesday afternoon. More>>
Opponents say the bill is too narrowly focused on factors of race, religion and sexual orientation and doesn't broadly protect all students. More>>
Two people have been confirmed dead and there are multiple injuries. Officials tell CBS News that early indications are that a gas leak is to blame. More>>
Meanwhile, A Senate bill is proposing hard-hitting U.S. sanctions on Russia in a bid to pressure President Vladimir Putin to pull Russian troops out of Crimea. More>>
The Mankato Public Safety is investigating a potentially deadly substance that could be linked to two Mankato deaths in the past week.
Testing their hypothesis through the scientific process earned these young scientists a trip to the state competition and a potential catalyst for Alzheimer's research.
The City of Mankato is accepting bids for the use of the old fire station on Madison Avenue. But a temporary proposal by the YMCA for use of the building for a skate park is also up for discussion. More>>
The building will be located where the St. Peter Theater used to be. More>>
Spring might bring those May flowers, but it also brings in a different set of driving standards. More>>
Working to close technology gaps and give residents access to computers, the Jackson Public Library will be purchasing new ipads and e-readers in April. More>>
The school will be holding visitation today from three until eight for John Mangen. More>>
Sweet has pleaded guilty to two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of his legal guardians. More>>
Speaker Paul Thissen said last week he doesn't plan to let a bill on the floor without police support. More>>
Sgt. Jacalyn Sticha with the Minnesota State Patrol reminds us as we transfer from winter driving to spring driving, that as temperatures warm, speed increases and so does the number of crashes. More>>
After the 57th word of the day and 261st of the championship bee, a seventh grader was crowned the winner. More>>
WEM's Skyler Petry competed in the state wrestling meet all four years of his high school career coming closer and closer to the state title each season but still falling just short. This year, the senior More>>
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