U of M Professor Arrested in Rochester Prostitution Sting
A University of Minnesota professor who was arrested on a prostitution charge in Rochester says he was “doing research.”
Infant Cough Syrup Sold At Dollar General Stores Being Recalled
A popular infant cough syrup, sold at Dollar General stores nationwide, is being recalled as it may cause vomiting and or diarrhea.
It's Officially Spring but the Lake Pepin Ice Remains Thick
Despite the arrival of more seasonable weather, the ice in some areas on Lake Pepin grew slightly thicker over the past week.
Woman Killed In Crash Days Before Husband's Funeral
A woman has died in a crash in Crow Wing County just days before her husband's funeral.
Woman Charged in Connection With Investigation Into Girl's Murder
A woman traveling with the man accused of killing the mother of his child in Milwaukee is charged with aiding a felon.
Eyota Woman Hurt in Rochester Wreck With Semi Truck
An Eyota woman was hurt Wednesday afternoon in a traffic wreck involving a semi-truck in NW Rochester.
Red Wing Man Ruled Competent to Stand Trial For Girl's Death
A judge in Goodhue County has cleared the way for the prosecution of a Red Wing man charged with killing his girlfriend’s 2-year-old daughter.
Minnesota Governor Sends Guard Helicopter, Crew to Nebraska
Gov. Tim Walz has sent Minnesota Army National Guard troops to Nebraska to help with the flood disaster.
Police: Tips Lead to Teen Driver in Fatal St. Paul Hit-Run
St. Paul police say tips from the public have led to a teenage boy as the suspected driver in a fatal hit-and-run crash.
Rural Rochester Man Run Over by Mother Thought It Was an Accident
The criminal complaint filed against the rural Rochester woman who ran over her adult son clearly indicates Cynthia Grund’s actions were intentional.
Officials: Mother Killed Herself, Her 2 Children Were Killed
Authorities have identified the three people found dead in northwestern Minnesota as a mother and her two young children.
Caledonia Man Charged With Using Stolen Money On Gaming Site
A Caledonia man has been charged in Olmsted County Court with diverting money from a dementia patient to his personal use - mostly on an online gaming website.
Rochester School Board Authorizes November Referendum
The Rochester School Board has approved a recommendation to put a two-part bond issue question before voters in a special election November 5th.
State Auditor Wants BCA to Handle Child Care Fraud Investigation
Minnesota's legislative auditor recommends that responsibility for investigating fraud in the state's troubled Child Care Assistance Program should be transferred from the agency that runs it to the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.
Council Approves Another Downtown Rochester Housing Project
Work could begin soon on another housing project in downtown Rochester.
Senate Republicans Revive Private School Scholarships Plan
Senate Republican leaders say a proposal to use tax credits to funnel donations into scholarships for low- and middle-income students to attend private schools is a priority for them. And they're hoping to make it the subject of negotiations with Democrat Gov. Tim Walz and House Democratic lead…