They were used to tie-up horses when people went into their homes, and today, hitching blocks received a dedication in Mankato today.
In Waseca County, not cash grains, but rather Halloween fun was being harvested today."All Hallows Eve" was in full-swing this afternoon at Farm America.
With election day right around the corner, you may have noticed a multitude of political signs throughout the community. More>>
One student is dead several classmates critically hurt after a fellow student opened fire in a cafeteria.
Dr. Craig Spencer was self–monitoring for symptoms of Ebola after returning from West Africa last week.
But some are questioning if more restrictions should have been put on his movements. More>>
After being in operation for three months, the Minnesota Valley Action Council food hub is hoping to expand. More>>
Judge Christina Wietzema is being challenged by Nathan Busch for the Cottonwood and Murray County judgeship in the fifth district More>>
A Waseca bar is stirring up controversy after their request to change the local closing time was denied. More>>
It's not winter yet, but the folks at Mt. Kato are already thinking about the busy season. More>>
A Mankato man accused of attempting to disarm a peace officer is convicted and sentenced on lesser charge. More>>
They say the changes would block carp from migrating north and will protect boaters from being hit by the jumping fish. More>>
The firefighters braved frigid conditions to rescue the children from the vehicle that had careened into the pond on November 21, 2013. More>>
Another data breach affects a Minnesota company, and has potentially affected some customers here in Mankato. More>>
McFadden says a fourth confirmed case of the virus in the country proves the U-S hasn't done enough to halt Ebola's spread. More>>
Doctors say you should never order contacts without making an exam to get them fitted properly to your eye. More>>
Initial test results show a New York City doctor has Ebola, making it the fourth case diagnosed in the U.S., and the first outside of Dallas. The patient is a physician who worked with Ebola patients in West Africa. Brian Webb has the latest from New York. More>>
300+ residents express their disappointment with how medical center is currently being run More>>
A Blue Earth man is charged with multiple felonies after authorities say he had sexual contact with an 11-year-old. More>>
The legislative auditor was asked to review Todd Hoffner's case after the state arbitrator found he should be reinstated. More>>
When voters go to the polls on November 4th, Lake Crystal residents will decide whether to renew a levy for the Lake Crystal Wellcome Memorial school district.
This is the second referendum voters will weigh in on this year, but the two serve different purposes.
It was an open invitation today to stop by certain Mankato-area companies. The Tour of Manufacturing was in full-swing this afternoon. More>>
The goal is to bring agencies together to confirm everyone's roles and responsibilities in the event that someone in Minnesota is found to have Ebola More>>
Hillary Rodham Clinton will be in Minnesota today to give a boost to Democrats on this fall's ballot and Vice President Joe Biden will visit the Iron Range for a get-out-the-vote rally on behalf of U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan. More>>
The existing operational levy for LCWM gives the schools $75,000 to $80,000 a year. More>>
A criminal complaint filed in Faribault County says the contact happened this past summer. More>>
The first ever National Kids Yoga Conference was held recently in Washington, DC. More>>
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