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In less than 24 hours, the roundabout at Highway 22 and Adams street is expected to open. More>>
HPV is a common sexually transmitted infection that can cause cervical cancer in women and throat and mouth cancer in men. More>>
A measure on the Fairmont City Council agenda would pave the way to charge residents for fire calls. Under the proposal, all fire calls would be charged, and the City Administrator says these calls would include motor-vehicle accident extrication by the local fire department.
Jonathan Zierdt, President and CEO of Greater Mankato Growth, says the greater Mankato area was ranked 10th on last year's list. More>>
A judge has rejected a request to suppress a statement a Saint Peter Public Schools teacher made in connection with an alleged-assault case. More>>
There's no reason to drink and drive, and with some DWI all-stars on duty, anyone who tries can count on being caught. More>>
Dozens of bikers escorted this traveling Vietnam Veteran's wall from St. Peter to Cleveland today. More>>
While fans and players are excited for camp the Vikings front office felt the need to address the dark cloud surrounding the squad after a 7-month investigation.Minnesota Vikings General Manager Rick Spielman along with Special teams Coordinator, Mike Priefer addressed the media Thursday afternoon as players were checking-in for training camp.Last Friday, the Minnesota franchise suspended Priefer for 3 games.The Coordinator was suspended in response to an investigation by independent lawyers ... More>>
Vikings arrive for the start of another season... More>>
It's the 49th year the purple has used Mankato as it summer home. More>>
The State Patrol was assisted by the McLeod County Sheriff’s Office, Silver Lake Police and the Hutchinson Fire Department. News 12 More>>
The moving wall be up from now until Monday, with a welcoming ceremony on Saturday at 10 AM. More>>
The Mankato Symphony has two opportunities for board members beginning this season and is working to develop a pool of candidates for future years. More>>
Gubernatorial candidate Marty Seifert made a campaign stop at the American Legion in Lake Crystal this afternoon. More>>
One Mankato mom is setting high goals for herself and breaking them. More>>
The old Nichols Building has been under construction for a year now but last month VINE Adult Community Center employees moved into their facility. More>>
Matthew Jason Schloesser faces two felony counts of reckless discharge of a firearm. More>>
Towns are scattered along this 62–mile trial that once used to be a railroad. Trestles still span the rivers, now ferrying bikers and runners over the water. More>>
Work continues on the roundabout at highway 22 and Madison Avenue. More>>
A violent crash back in March on U.S. Highway 169 resulted in three fatalities. The collision happened between Mankato and Saint Peter. The Minnesota State Patrol has also finished its investigation into the accident.
As the area continues its cleanup from the floods More>>
A Saint Peter man charged with murder in connection with two drug overdose deaths now has a warrant out for his arrest. The Blue Earth County Sheriff's Office says Tyler Caputo violated the conditions of his release.
MnDot is holding a public meeting to discuss traffic and scheduling changes to their Highway 169 development. More>>
The remains of about 200 of the plane's 298 victims arrived from Ukraine on a national day of mourning as the investigation into who shot down the plane continues. More>>
The Mankato Department of Public Safety is asking residents from the city to enroll in the Citizens Academy. More>>
Quebec-based Agropur says they will acquire three Davisco cheese processing factories, including one in Le Sueur, as well as the cheese shop located there. More>>
The building will be open for tours and the VINE Staff and Board Members will be available to answer questions.YC News 12 More>>
The memorial will be open 24 hours a day at the Veterans Memorial park near the water tower starting on Thursday, July 24 through Monday July 28. More>>
Explore the Red Jacket Trails and the sights that it offers as KEYC News 12's Colin Oraskovich hits the trail.
Earlier this year the FDA discouraged the use of morcellators during surgery.
USDA lists 11% of Minn. fields as "Short" on moisture More>>
President Obama signed the "Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act" into law. More>>
A Japanese Choir Tour made its way to Good Counsel Hill after a brief stop in Madison Lake. More>>
A growing group of women in Blue Earth are quilting away, all for a good cause. More>>
The 42nd annual RAGBRAI made a stop in Ringsted Iowa, earlier this morning. More>>
The American Red Cross is facing a looming blood shortage. More>>
Israel is a temporary no–fly zone for commercial airlines based in the United States. The FAA grounded U.S. flights to and from Israel at least until Wednesday. More>>
Some major progress to report on the new roundabout at Madison Avenue and Highway 22 in Mankato. More>>
The standoff in Le Center has ended peacefully. More>>
According to RAGBRAI’s Medical Director the man died due to a medical condition and not from a traumatic injury, though an exact cause of death is unknown. More>>
In the past week, Isaac has been able to stand up from his chair without assistance and walk several laps around the gym with some assistance. More>>
According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, there were 6.2 days suitable for field work in Minnesota last week. More>>
Engineers on golf carts will guide the public through the roundabout providing tips and answering questions. More>>
Philip Nelson is charged with first-degree assault as a result of a confrontation with former Mankato East and Minnesota State Mankato, football player Isaac Kolstad in downtown Mankato May 11. More>>
With temperatures well into the 80s across the Mankato area, making a splash was the activity of choice for many today. Scores of people hit the beach and/or water today at Hiniker Pond.
Timberwolves president and coach Flip Saunders was seen talking to Warriors GM Bob Myers during summer league play in Las Vegas Sunday. More>>
A $1,000 Disaster Relief Grant is available in 35 counties for Minnesota Veterans.Brown Co... More>>
At the national event, Little spoke about his passion for helping servicemen and women, and his involvement with the “Beyond the Yellow Ribbon” campaign. More>>
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