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An ethanol plant in Lamberton is celebrating the completion of a phase which will allow them the ability to produce a new renewable fuel in the future. More>>
General Motors has seen several makes and models recalled over the last few months. More>>
For 100 years, the University of Minnesota's Southern Research and Outreach Center (SROC) in Waseca has been gathering detailed, weather data. Today, the location was honored for their work by the National Weather Service.
Are your kids getting enough fruits and veggies? A recent study from the CDC says most are not. More>>
A video released online shows Islamic militants executing an American journalist in retaliation for US air strikes in Iraq. The US Intelligence community has reviewed the video and says it is authentic. More>>
The Mankato Department of Public Safety says Emily Riley and Michael Severin were both arrested around 2:30 this morning. More>>
24 year old Clint Farley has been summoned to appear in Faribault County court in connection with the case. More>>
Charges have been filed and a warrant issued for the man accused of an assault in Bricelyn More>>
The Madison Avenue and Highway 22 roundabout is set to open on Monday, according to the project manager and MnDOT. More>>
University officials are now planning to build another residence hall due to the record number of housing applications. More>>
It's the 9th straight year that Minnesota students topped the list. More>>
The United States has yet to see any confirmed cases of Ebola.
But that isn't stopping some scammers from trying to make a quick buck at a time when the fatal disease is making headlines. More>>
Plus: Developers explain all of the extra costs that come with their bid More>>
SMILES of Mankato hosted a city–wide block party. More>>
New Ulm celebrates national recognition of its effort to eliminate heart attacks. More>>
A group of Mankato high school girls are learning life lessons that go well beyond this classroom this week. More>>
Authorities say Nickson Otema threatened a pregnant woman with a knife and kicked her back in June. More>>
The Mankato Department of Public Safety teamed up with the National Guard for haz–mat training for most of the day today. More>>
Truelson had served for decades on various boards and commissions within the city of Owatonna and Steele County, including the city's planning commission, the charter commission, as well as Steele County Safety Council and CAER. More>>
On July 28th, Judge Gerald Wolf tossed out four counts of attempted murder and two counts of attempted damage to property. More>>
The U.S. Department of Agriculture says in its weekly crops progress and condition report that six days were rated suitable for fieldwork across the state last week. More>>
Turnout was slightly better than 2012, but below 2010 when the state last had a competitive gubernatorial primary. More>>
Barb Kaus brings over 30 years of experience as a successful corporate executive as well as a strong history of community service and leadership. More>>
The construction along Front Street downtown Mankato is moving forward as scheduled. More>>
It may be hard to believe that summer is almost over. More>>
A study published in the journal Circulation shows hospitalizations and deaths from heart disease and stroke dropped significantly in the last ten years.
A funnel cloud formed about 11 miles east of Estherville near the intersection of State Highway 9 and County Highway N52. More>>
Requirements set in place by the Center of Disease Control and the state of Minnesota require 7th graders to show they've received the vaccine for tetanus, diphtheria and whooping cough, as well as meningitis. More>>
A Fairmont man accused of pummeling his wife's ex–husband with a fire extinguisher during a fight on Christmas Eve of 2012 enters a plea.
A Steele County Commissioner is apologizing after being served a summons for serving alcohol to a minor. More>>
Missouri's governor has called in the National Guard to help restore order in the city of Ferguson following nightly clashes between police and protesters for more than a week. Residents are demanding answers over the fatal police shooting of an unarmed teenager. According to a private autopsy, the teen was shot at least six times. More>>
The US military is taking aim at Islamic militant targets, helping Iraqi and Kurdish forces regain control of a strategic dam. More>>
The expansion will help accommodate student growth and help continue to provide facilities and learning environments for students. More>>
The Mankato Department of Public Safety is giving a heads up to citizens about an exercise they have planned for tomorrow. More>>
The new requirements were approved last year to bring the state into line with recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and other public health groups. More>>
A Republican consultant says big money hasn't poured into Minnesota because the GOP is eyeing many seats in their effort to regain control of the Senate. More>>
It has been common practice for Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers to ask jails to hold individuals suspected of not having proper immigration documentation. More>>
Nice weather, good food, a family fun activities have once again drawn out the crowds to the Steele County Fair in Owatonna. More>>
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