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  Hy-Vee to begin rapid antibody testing

Hy-Vee will begin offering covid-19 rapid anti-body testing at more than 250 pharmacy locations, including both Mankato stores, as well as New Ulm and St. Peter

  No. 12 Mavericks top Augustana, 25-13

The Mavericks stay undefeated on the 2021 season.

  Matson joins lawmakers introducing bill that increases penalties for attempted murder of police

Waseca County attorney Rachel Cornelius says the bill, with bipartisan support, fixes a gap that overlooks many challenges and hardships faced by officers.

  Anglers celebrating ‘Take a Kid Ice Fishing’ this weekend

Anglers can fish for free this weekend when bringing along a kid.

  Mankato Tourism rebuilding after 2020

With travel down and people isolating due to COVID, concerns the number of people visiting Mankato has gone down and has forced cancellations of events.

  WEM girls’ basketball leaning on experience for 2021

11 seniors are on the Buccaneers' roster.

  Minnesota Department of Transportations gives tips for first blizzard of 2021

The high winds make any snow storm more dangerous for drivers.

  Rep. Jeremy Munson speaks out after House launches investigation on 6 GOP reps

Six Republican lawmakers, including Rep. Jeremy Munson, are under investigation after attending St. Paul Pro-Trump rally.

  Security officials urge Minnesotans to avoid state Capitol

Security officials asked Minnesotans on Thursday to consider staying away from the state Capitol complex unless they have specific planned activities or busines

  River Valley Girl Scouts offering free memberships

With the pandemic causing anxiety and other mental health challenges for many girls, River Valleys Girl Scouts is hoping to help.

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  Funding for Hwy. 14 four lane expansion

The Highway 14 expansion project between Mankato and New Ulm is one of four Greater Minnesota projects receiving state funding.

  Maverick Hockey Quick Hits — 01/13

In the spirit of the return of the NHL, it’s time for your weekly Maverick Hockey Quick Hits.

  Public’s input encouraged on Highway 169 corridor study

Public can attend virtual open house or partake in online survey.

  GA senator talks safety at the Capitol

  WATCH | Smith recalls day protestors stormed the Capitol, discusses impeachment proceedings (RAW)

Sen. Tina Smith (D-Minn.) joined Holly Bernstein from KEYC News Now to talk about the impeachment proceedings.

  Walz extends Minnesota’s coronavirus state of emergency

Gov. Tim Walz on Wednesday won legislative approval to extend Minnesota’s peacetime state of emergency by another 30 days.

  Waseca girls’ basketball looking to build off last year’s state tournament run

The Bluejays advanced to last year's state semifinals before the tournament was canceled.

  Minnesota House Democrats unveil legislative priorities

Minnesota House Democrats unveiled their first priorities of the 2021 legislative session on Wednesday.

  Walz activates National Guard for Minnesota Capitol security

Gov. Tim Walz on Wednesday activated the Minnesota National Guard to protect the state Capitol.

  Six members of the Minnesota House under investigation

The Minnesota House of Representatives is investigating six of its own members.

  WATCH | Security at the U.S. Capitol

Here's a look at the security around the U.S. Capitol today.

  Fire at Mankato automotive shop ruled accidental

Employees were able to get out of the building after a gas tank caught fire and explosions could be heard coming from the building.

  Walz extends Minnesota’s coronavirus state of emergency

Gov. Tim Walz on Wednesday won legislative approval to extend Minnesota’s peacetime state of emergency by another 30 days.

  Bethany Lutheran College begins spring semester

Many students that deferred in the fall are attending this semester.

  WATCH | Lawmakers discuss second impeachment — Sen. Tina Smith (RAW)

U.S. Sen. Tina Smith (D-Minn.) speaks with Gray DC's news bureau about the historic second impeachment of President Donald Trump Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2021.

  This Day in History: Jan. 13

Former Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey passed away in Waverly, Minn., on this day in 1978.

  Pence rejects 25th amendment, House to consider impeachment Wednesday

Local leaders continue to respond to last week’s events.

  High school sports to return later this week

High school sports in Minnesota are set to resume later this week.

  Taylor Corporation develops scent test to detect early stages of COVID-19

The new development is called the “scent check” — it is used to discover if someone in the workplace might have lost their sense of smell.

  Minnesota launches dashboard for coronavirus vaccine data

Minnesota launched a dashboard Tuesday to provide more information on the status of the state’s vaccination efforts.

  Beschorner leaves Minnesota State, joining NDSU staff

Joe Beschorner, who has served as Minnesota State’s offensive coordinator since 2015, will become a running backs coach at NDSU.

  Le Sueur County Sheriff warns anglers about deceptive ice conditions

Le Sueur County Sheriff Brett V.P. Mason is warning anglers about deceptive ice conditions on area lakes.

  Walz to deploy National Guard to protect Minnesota Capitol

Walz told reporters he plans a full announcement on Wednesday, but that troops will be activated for several days.

  Walz to deploy National Guard to protect Minnesota Capitol

Walz told reporters he plans a full announcement on Wednesday, but that troops will be activated for several days.

  Mankato Salvation Army’s Red Kettle campaign reaches $500,000 goal

The Mankato Salvation Army has reached its $500,000 goal during its annual Red Kettle Campaign.

  Language barrier plays toll on COVID-19 testing accessibility

Community members call for state funding for language interpreters, messaging outreach.

  Mankato parks now equipped with free Wi-Fi access

Blue Earth County and the City of Mankato are using COVID-19 relief funds to make technological updates to local parks.