The Mapleton Community remembers the life of longtime school board member and agriculture advocate Karl Duncanson. More>>
Garfield Elementary students and staff celebrated the last day of school by showing off their talent. More>>
It started with a single dream. More>>
The Salvation Army will start another summer of its Mobile Outreach Meals Program or M.O.M.'s to provide free lunches to low income children. More>>
A redevelopment that started in 2010 is replacing facilities on the campus that dates back to the late 1800s. More>>
The Minnesota State Patrol says it happened around 4:45 on Highway 14 just east of Highway 169. More>>
Beginning next fall, sixth graders on the districts west side will be at Dakota Meadows, while the Garfield building will become Bridges Community School. More>>
The Aurora project would increase Minnesota's solar output sevenfold. More>>
The State fisheries biologist says two larval zebra mussels were found in a recent water sample and more tests will be performed this summer to confirm the presence. More>>
While most gasoline in the state contains 10 percent ethanol and many outlets also offer E-85, some service stations are adding blender pumps to give consumers more options, including a 15 percent ethanol blend called E-15. More>>
The Department of Natural Resources is pushing to ensuring every high-volume water user has registered their wells. Though most users are registered, those that have not could potentially face steep fines.
The Department of Natural Resources is pushing to ensuring every high-volume water user has registered their wells.
Though most users are registered, those that have not could potentially face steep fines.More>>
Researchers hope to perfect a blood test that diagnose cancer earlier than ever.
The Mankato school district is preparing to say goodbye to Garfield Elementary school. More>>
Minnesota House Minority leader Paul Thissen is traveling around the state to pitch the DFL's push to avoid a government shutdown. More>>
Since May more than 1,200 volunteers have been sent to areas damaged by severe flooding and tornadoes.
The spread of avian flu is starting to impact some local grocery stores. More>>
$47 million dollar bonding referendum leads to new 9-12 facility More>>
The Navy Band Great Lakes is touring across the Midwest and makes a stop in Mankato. More>>
The City of Mankato is asking for residents help in keeping storm drains clean to prevent pollution from entering area rivers and lakes. More>>
A 12-year-old girl and a 16 year-old boy are found safe in Cherokee County after an Amber Alert was issued for them out of Clay County. More>>
A new program offering feedback to local entrepreneurs makes a stop in Mankato as part of its six city and 20 county tour around the state. More>>
The Minnesota State Patrol says it happened just after 4:00 this morning on Highway 60 west of Lake Crystal. More>>
The DNR wants to gauge how fishing affects lakes and to ensure fish populations can reproduce. More>>
After nearly 35 years of service here at KEYC our longtime Sports Director is retiring on Friday. More>>
Children ages 0 to 17 can earn prizes for time spent reading and enjoy large programs in our auditorium More>>
The Renville County Sheriff's Office says it happened Wednesday afternoon just after 3 about five miles Southwest of Danube at the intersection of County road 17 and 280th Street. More>>
Last week we told you about an EMS worker from Windom who has been on the job for 36 years. More>>
The St. Peter Police Department is looking for two suspects involved with robbing a 94-year-old woman early Monday evening. More>>
Starting in August, all county-owned buildings, parking lots, sidewalks and other areas will prohibit the use of tobacco including electronic devices.
Mankato and North Mankato hope to garner more community involvement with BLC partnership More>>
The Board of Animal Health announced Wednesday that at least five Minnesota dogs were infected with the H3N2 virus.
4 percent of people had reactions that came on and resolved quickly, but six percent had chronic reactions lasting months, and in some cases, years.
The man who shot at workers in a North Dakota Wal-Mart before turning the gun on himself had been stationed at the nearby Grand Forks Air Force Base since February 2013 and achieved the rank of senior airman.
Trial began today for the actor who played Screech on the 1990's TV show "Saved by the Bell.'' More>>
Representative Tim Walz taps a familiar face to manage his reelection campaign 2016.
Flock sizes for the affected farms are still being determined. But the outbreaks have cost Minnesota producers more than 8 million turkeys and chickens since early March.
Ten years ago a baby dolphin had a life changing accident when she lost her tail in a crab trap. More>>
Practitioners and community members gathered at Mayo Clinic Health System's Quality Improvement Reception in Mankato. More>>
The city of New Ulm approves a monthly $50 surcharge on properties with sump pumps connected to the sewer line.
The city of New Ulm approves a monthly $50 surcharge on properties with sump pumps connected to the sewer line.More>>
One person is injured in a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of Highway 22 and County Road 90. More>>
Graduation season is in full swing and the Mankato Department of Public Safety has a word of caution to those hosting grad parties. More>>
The archdiocese filed for bankruptcy in mid-January amid a wave of clergy abuse lawsuits. More>>
An overactive thyroid is known to increase the risk of osteoporosis and fractures. Now a new study looks at whether the risks can also influence patients with mild thyroid abnormalities.
Now a new study looks at whether the risks can also influence patients with mild thyroid abnormalities.More>>
Downtown will be getting a little decoration, courtesy of the Rotary Club of Greater Mankato More>>
A Windom woman is recovering after a whale hit her boat during a vacation in Mexico. More>>
More than sixty minors are cited for underage drinking in one night More>>
The Sibley East School District finally breaks ground for a new elementary school. More>>
Mankato Public Works has identified storm water outlets that are leading to slope failure across the city of Mankato.
Mankato Public Works has identified storm water outlets that are leading to slope failure across the city of Mankato.More>>
Steady rains have halted planting and saturated soils have left areas of standing water, though drown-out damage is expected to be minimal.
Steady rains have halted planting and saturated soils have left areas of standing water, though drown-out damage is expected to be minimal.More>>
The cable industry sees the announcement of a merger deal between two of leading American cable providers. More>>
Terrifying moments on a Florida beach as a waterspout made landfall sending a bounce house flying. More>>
County put $400,000 into facility More>>
May 5th is National Teacher Appreciation Day and we want to know who your favorite teacher was! Join the conversation on our Facebook page or tweet us using the hash tag #KEYCTeachersWho was your favorite teacher and why? Let's hear it! More>>
Dozens of workers have been laid off from Palm Beach Marinecraft in New Ulm. More>>
Those who lost limbs – and family members – told the court how they stared death in the face. More>>
Several construction projects in downtown Mankato to change the urban core's look.
Several construction projects in downtown Mankato to change the urban core's look.More>>
Five apartments in a Mankato house were evacuated after a fire broke out Thursday night.
On Sunday morning, a fixture of programming here at KEYC came to an end. More>>
Authorities have recovered the body of one of two people missing while ice fishing on a lake in southwestern Minnesota. The Lincoln County sheriff's office says divers recovered the body of 29–year–old Brianna Jean Thooft from Lake Benton on Saturday. Thooft and 54–year–old Bradley Allen Lund were last heard from early on Feb. 1 when they apparently left a fish house on the lake. Lund's pickup was later recovered from the bottom of the lake. Authorities continued the search for Lund on Sunday. More>>
The city of St. Paul is considering whether to join the growing list of cities whose police officers wear body cameras. More>>
The United States Soy Global Trade Exchange is coming to Minnesota. The exchange will be held this coming September from the 9th to the 12th.The exchange is the biggest event of the year for the United States Soybean Export Council and officials say their customers are excited to visit the Gopher state, one of the top producing soybean states in the country. Bruce Abbe from Midwest Shippers Associations says, "The fact that it's here in Minnesota now, and that the event has gone to this sta... More>>
The Heart of New Ulm Project is awarded a grant to help them expand their partnerships. More>>
The Waseca man who sold a gun to a teen accused of planning a school attack was sentenced for his involvement in two crimes. More>>
The $50,000 will be shared among 82 non-profits in the area. More>>
A St. Clair man with car trouble accepted help from strangers and ended up getting robbed. More>>
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