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Rochester Pastor Reports Assault in his Apartment
Rochester police are investigating a reported assault of a clergy member.
Citizens Help Capture Rochester Shoplifting Suspect
Two citizens helped take down a shoplifting suspect at Apache Mall Friday afternoon.
Lottery Game Jackpots Among Largest on Record
UNdated (KROC AM News) - The grand prizes for the lottery games played in Minnesota and most other states are currently in the top ten of all time.
Sprinklers Save Rochester Business from ‘Significant Damage’
The Rochester Fire Dept says a sprinkler system and automatic fire alarm saved a business from significant damage.
Ostrander Issues Boil Water Advisory
Residents in the Fillmore County of Ostrander are being advised to boil any tap water they plan to use for consumption until further notice after the primary water supply was lost to freezing weather.
Looking Back 2017: Rochester Experiences Major Leadership Changes
2017 will be remembered by Rochester-area residents as a year when there was a major changing of the guard.
Minnesota Flu Activity Hits Season High Point
There was a 30-percent jump in the number of flu-related hospitalizations in Minnesota last week as more and more Minnesotans are contracting the bug.
2018 Property Tax Payments Keeping Olmsted County Workers Busy
There was a steady stream of Rochester area residents at the Olmsted County Government Center Friday morning.
Fired Rochester Cop Appeals His Termination
Fired Rochester police officer Jeffery Stobbs is appealing his recent termination.
It May Be Another Slick Day on Area Roads
There were dozens of traffic wrecks and mishaps around southeast Minnesota Thursday, mainly because of the light snow that fell across the region.