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A single vehicle rollover in Faribault County leads to the arrest of one man.  More>>

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New Ulm's River Valley BMX Hosts State Qualifier

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 The dirt was flying in New Ulm on Sunday as the area's best spun their wheels. More>>

Picking the Family Business Video included

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While some kids may spend their summer reading or on the playground, two Madison Lake siblings are spending it in the corn field on a family farm where selling sweet corn is a part of growing up. More>>

Missing New Prague Man Found Dead in Vehicle Video included

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A missing New Prague man was found dead in his SUV yesterday at Chadderdon State Wildlife Management Area in Cordova Township.  More>>

Mom Charged for Driving Away with Daughter Clinging to Car

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A  Minnesota woman has been charged with drunken driving after allegedly driving away while her 8–year–old daughter clung to the outside of the car.  More>>

Driver Suffers Minor Injuries After Falling Asleep

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An early morning drive leaves one person recovering from minor injuries. More>>

Le Sueur's Giant Days Comes To An End

Le Sueur's Giant Days Comes To An End Video included

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Organizers say around 3000-4000 people took part in the daily activities. More>>

State to Close Mille Lacs Lake for Walleye Fishing Monday

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The Department of Natural Resources is closing Mille Lacs Lake for walleye fishing at 10 p.m. on Monday. More>>

Experts Question Pregnancy Ban in Iowa Shaken Baby Case

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Legal experts are questioning an  Iowa judge's decision to prohibit a woman convicted of child endangerment from becoming pregnant again while on probation. More>>

Elysian Welcomes KnockerBall Video included

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Elysian spent today getting knocked around a little bit with the arrival of KnockerBalls. More>>

Bag Causes Ticketing Area Shutdown at Twin Cities Airport Video included

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 Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport has resumed normal operations after an unattended bag caused the airport to shut down part of its ticketing area. More>>

Firefighter Killed, Hundreds Flee as California Blazes Burn Video included

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Wildfires are raging in forests and woodlands across California and an army of firefighters continues to battle them from the air and the ground.  More>>

Zimbabwean Authorities Restrict Hunting After Lion Killing Video included

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 Zimbabwean wildlife authorities say they have suspended the hunting of lions, leopards and elephants in an area favored by hunters following the killing of a lion popular with tourists.     More>>

Open Door Health Center Hosts Clinic Just For Kids Video included

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Kids had the chance to learn all about health today at Open Door Health Center's Kids' Clinic. More>>

North Iowa Schools Suffer From Special Ed Teacher Shortage Video included

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Public school officials in northern  Iowa say a shortage of special education teachers have left districts struggling to fill those teaching positions. More>>

Upgrading Fun with Tape Video included

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The Children's Museum of Southern Minnesota welcomes back a playhouse made entirely of tape. More>>

Informational Session Held On German-Jefferson Sewer Pipeline Video included

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An Informational session was held about a proposed sewer pipe running from German–Jefferson Lakes to St. Peter.  More>>

UPDATE: Driver Attempts To Flee Police, Crashes Into Fairmont Home Video included

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An attempt to flee police leads to personal injuries when a driver crashes into a home in Martin County. More>>

Inspections Key to Bridge Safety Video included

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In the aftermath of the I–35W bridge collapse, an audit of the bridge inspection methods found Minnesota had a good program according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation, but a few areas needed improvements. More>>

Germany Shelves Nazi Crimes Probe of US Man Video included

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German prosecutors have shelved their Nazi war crimes investigation of a retired Minnesota carpenter who was  exposed as a former commander in an SS-led unit. More>>

Texas on the Front Line of West Nile Fight Video included

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As the summer temperatures heat up and mosquitoes thrive, more and more are testing positive for the West Nile virus in several places including the Dallas area. More>>

Lonsdale Dedicates Veterans Memorial Video included

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Donations, grants and land sales helped make it happen More>>

Collin Luitjens Celebrates Transplant-A-Versary Video included

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A Mankato teenager is celebrating his transplant–a–versary. More>>

Woman Killed Riding A Bike in North Iowa

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Authorities say a woman was killed in northern Iowa after she was hit by a car while riding a bicycle along a rural highway. More>>

Health Officials Speak Out Following Unconfirmed Reports Of Meningitis In Mankato Video included

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Following reports from our viewers of multiple meningitis cases in the Mankato area, health officials speak out. More>>

Blue Earth County Fair Underway as Plans to Move Grounds Continue Video included

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The Blue Earth County Fair is on in Garden City. And while plans have been in the works to move the fairgrounds closer to Mankato, the next two days are strictly focused on the fun. More>>

Pick of the Litter: Izze Video included

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This week's Pick of the Litter this week is Izze. She is a 2–year–old lab mix. More>>

Alliant Energy Announces Distribution Deal to Southern Minnesota Energy Cooperative

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Alliant Energy announced today that it has successfully closed a deal to distribute its service territory to the Southern Minnesota Energy Cooperative. More>>

UPDATE: Names Released in the Fatal Crash On 169 Video included

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Accident occurred just before one o'clock Thursday More>>

At Least Six Arrested In Mankato Prostitution Sting Video included

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At least six people are arrested following a July 29th prostitution sting. More>>

Veterans Memorial Bridge to Open Video included

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Access to Veterans Memorial Bridge and highway 169 ramps in Mankato should be cleared of its barrels as of noon on Friday.  More>>

150 SECONDS TO SUCCESS: Control the Controllables Video included

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High performers in sport, business and life focus on that they can control. They control the controllables. This is an essential part of reaching your best and your potential. More>>

150 Seconds to Success: Being Yourself, Everyone Else is Taken Video included

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A large component of success in sport, business and life is to be yourself. When you are real and yourself, people connect with you.
You can’t actually be someone else – it is impossible.
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150 Seconds to Success: Confidence

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In this week's 150 Seconds to Success with Dr. Cindra Kamphoff, we talk about confidence. More>>

150 Seconds to Success: Adversity

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Every successful person has dealt with adversity or failure in some way. Adversity is common among the greatest people in history! You could say then that adversity prepares us for greatness. More>>

Blue Earth County Shows Off Renovations To Its Library

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County put $400,000 into facility More>>

Realignments Cause Layoffs for New Ulm Pontoon Manufacturer

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Dozens of workers have been laid off from Palm Beach Marinecraft in New Ulm. More>>

Marathon Bombing Survivors Testify at Tsarnaev Trial

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Those who lost limbs – and family members – told the court how they stared death in the face. More>>

UPDATE: Multi-Million-Dollar Downtown Development Takes Shape

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 Several construction projects in downtown Mankato to change the urban core's look.

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Mankato Apartment Fire "Difficult to Chase Down and Root Out"

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Five apartments in a Mankato house were evacuated after a fire broke out Thursday night.


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'I Believe in Miracles' Comes to an End

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On Sunday morning, a fixture of programming here at KEYC came to an end.  More>>

One of Two Missing Ice Fishers Found

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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>>

City of St. Paul Considering Police Body Cams

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The city of St. Paul is considering whether to join the growing list of cities whose police officers wear body cameras.  More>>

U.S. Global Soy Trade Exchange Coming to Minnesota

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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>>

Heart of New Ulm Receives Grant to Expand Partnerships

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The Heart of New Ulm Project is awarded a grant to help them expand their partnerships.  More>>

Man That Sold Gun to LaDue Gets 90 Days

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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>>

Kiwanis Holiday Lights: $50k Raised for Charity

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The $50,000 will be shared among 82 non-profits in the area. More>>

Police: Strangers Help Man with Car Trouble, Rob Him

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A St. Clair man with car trouble accepted help from strangers and ended up getting robbed.  More>>

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