Daily News Headlines From the KEYC News 12 Newsroom
This weekend across America, the clocks go back, but a British study says children's health would improve if we didn't lose that extra hour of daylight. More>>
The residents of Pathstone Living served as judges for their annual pumpkin decorating competing. More>>
The district 19A seat will be up for vote in just four days- both candidates hailing from North Mankato. More>>
A man who was the subject of a search in the Darfur, Minnesota area has been taken into custody. The Watonwan County Sheriff's Department says a search began for Joseph Dickie after a suspicious-person report yesterday in the town of Darfur.
A New Ulm man charged in connection with an alleged marijuana growing operation in the City took the stand in his own defense today. The matter surrounds Jon Hansen II. He's facing multiple felony drug charges in the case.
A Ceylon-area man is charged after allegedly sending a letter to Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton—saying he was going to kill him. More>>
A Mankato family breathes a sigh of relief this afternoon after a boy missing for days has been found safe. More>>
Mankato Public Safety is still looking for an endangered 15–year–old boy. David Cook of Mankato has been missing for nearly 48 hours and police are asking for the public's help in finding him. More>>
A Mankato man was arrested Thursday following a residential burglary. More>>
Dayton is bidding for a second term. Johnson is a Hennepin County commissioner and former state lawmaker. More>>
Peterson is the ranking minority member and former chairman of the House Agriculture Committee. More>>
A suspect is at-large after fleeing from law enforcement in Darfur, MN this morning. The Watonwan County Sheriff's Department says the incident started with a suspicious person report in Darfur around 7:15 this morning. More>>
KEYC News 12 takes an in-depth look at the Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea (PED) virus--a deadly disease which affects piglets. More>>
Birkholtz announced the conference earlier this week, touting the endorsement of Melodee Hoffner. More>>
Cleveland Clinic dermatologist Dr. Melissa Piliang says skin reactions to face paints and makeup are common. More>>
Father Vince Lampert, out of the Diocese of Indianapolis, is one of 50 exorcists working with the Catholic Church in the U.S. More>>
With Halloween falling on a Friday night this year, Mankato's downtown bars are expecting large crowds this weekend. More>>
A Fairmont man got his chance to come on down to be a contestant on the Price is Right. More>>
The Mankato Department of Public Safety is asking for the public's help in locating David Cook, an endangered 15–year–old. More>>
Students and staff at Lake Crystal Wellcome Memorial high school unexpectedly spent a few minutes outside due to strong natural gas fumes. More>>
23 year old Christopher Cody Johnson is expected to be released on November 6th and has indicated that he will move to the vicinity of Ocean Avenue and County Highway 24 in rural Redwood Falls. More>>
The report says the patient was placed in restraints or seclusion 55 times in one month. More>>
Deputy Secretary of State Beth Frazier says voters no longer need a valid reason to vote early. More>>
MN DOT says traffic will be detoured to Highway 93 until mid-November. More>>
Mud from a nearby hill cascaded into Randy and Terry Carlson's home in Le Sueur during record rainfall. More>>
With less than a week to go until the election, Republicans and Democrats are rallying supporters to turn out to vote on Tuesday. More>>
In sports this mid-day, the Mankato West boys soccer team's state tournament hopes came to a close this morning. More>>
Hosts: League of Women Voters/Greater Mankato Growth
Hosts: League of Women Voters/Greater Mankato GrowthMore>>
Scientists are calling new research on autism a major turning point in understanding how genes play a role.
Today in court Whitefeather apologized to the victim's family. More>>
With daylight saving time this weekend, Mankato Public Safety is reminding residents to check the batteries in their smoke and carbon monoxide alarms.
With daylight saving time this weekend, Mankato Public Safety is reminding residents to check the batteries in their smoke and carbon monoxide alarms.More>>
As the city of Blue Earth prepares for potential growth, they're also ready to supply the extra power when needed. More>>
Richard George Bersaw was facing multiple charges in two separate court cases. More>>
With Halloween approaching, safety precautions are encouraged before setting out for a night of tricks or treats.
With Halloween approaching, safety precautions are encouraged before setting out for a night of tricks or treats.More>>
The unknown suspect or suspects appear to be targeting personal electronics, alcohol, cash/change and gift cards. More>>
We talked to Mankato mayor Eric Anderson, who first ran for mayor back in 2010, and his challenger, Bukata Hayes, current director of Greater Mankato's Diversity Council. More>>
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A North Mankato couple is charged with wrongfully obtaining public assistance. Court documents say it all started when Justin and Jennifer Kozitza applied for public assistance benefits on behalf of themselves and their daughter.