An Encounter with a Wild Turkey Family
It was this past spring when a family of turkeys - perhaps two families - showed up in the Richfield neighborhood where my sons live.
Rochester House Fire Kills Four Cats
A house near Eastwood Park caught fire Tuesday night and some cats were killed in the blaze.
Rochester Public Utilities Approves Higher Water & Electric Rates
The Rochester Public Utilities Board has approved higher electric and water rates for next year.
Two Major Rochester Road Projects Suspended Until Spring
Work on two major road projects in Rochester has been completed for the 2018 season and will resume next spring.
Not Guilty Plea Entered by Defendant in Rochester Murder Case
One of the three people charged with Rochester’s most recent murder today entered not guilty pleas to 2nd-degree murder charges in Olmsted County court.
Diocese of Winona-Rochester Announces Bankruptcy Plans
The Diocese of Winona-Rochester has made it official.
Rochester Fire Department Wants to Hear From You
The Rochester Fire Dept. is working on a comprehensive strategic plan and wants to get input from the public.
Man Convicted of State Park Murder Loses Appeal
The Minnesota Court of Appeals has a rejected a Burnsville man's request to overturn his conviction and sentence for fatally shooting a man at a State Park near Albert Lea a few years ago.
Federal Fraud Indictment Names Former Hennepin County Employee
A former Hennepin County employee and a Minneapolis man are accused of conspiring to fraudulently collect nearly $250,000 in government benefits.
It's Definitely Christmas in Duluth
It’s assumed that sharp-eyed satellites can easily detect a certain array of lights coming from Duluth, Minnesota the next several weeks.
Rochester Man Arrested for Violent Squabble with Roommate
A verbal dispute between two Rochester roommates ended with one being treated at the hospital and the other in jail.
Rochester Man Facing New Officer-Related Assault Charges
A Rochester man who was arrested last week after punching a police officer got himself into more trouble when he went after two deputies.
Winona-Rochester Diocese Bankruptcy Filing is Coming Soon
A formal announcement is expected on Tuesday, but Sunday worshippers at Catholic Churches throughout southern Minnesota and western Wisconsin were given notice yesterday that the Diocese of Winona-Rochester will soon be going through bankruptcy reorganization.
Brrr - Rochester Area Sees First Sub-Zero Cold of the Season
The bitter cold air that arrived in the region overnight came within one degree of the record for the date and created the coldest conditions seen in Rochester in over 9-months.
Heavier Snow Band Developed West of Rochester
The heaviest snow from the season's first snow storm hit areas to the west of Rochester.
Former Shakopee Superintendent Admits to Federal Charge
Just two days after federal prosecutors announced he had been charged, a former Superintendent for a southern Minnesota School District entered a guilty plea to a federal bribery charge on Thursday.
Official Minnesota Christmas Tree is Headed to St. Paul
State foresters trekked through the snow today in a state forest near Duluth to take care of one of their annual duties, the chopping down of Minnesota's official Christmas tree.
Minnesotans Face Average 5.7% Proposed Property Tax Increase
County Assessor offices throughout Minnesota are sending out annual “Truth in Taxation” statements to property owners to provide notice of the property tax levies being proposed by local governments to support their 2019 budgets.
91,000 Pounds of Jennie-O Turkey Recalled!
This is pretty huge and just in time for Thanksgiving, no less. Jennie-O has announced a recall of ground turkey because...
Rochester Police Make Another Meth Bust
Another meth bust in Rochester. Officers executed two narcotics search warrants Thursday and arrested 40-year-old Marshall Galbreath.