Daily News Headlines From the KEYC News 12 Newsroom
Still no decision from a grand jury in Missouri, where a panel is deciding whether to indict a white police officer for the shooting death of an unarmed black teenager. The grand jury's announcement of a decision is not expected before Monday. Still, an anxious community waits and prepares. More>>
Saturday night, Lauren Fellows was crowned 2015 Miss Mankato. In this interview, she addresses her emotions as she was named the winner, her platform she will share in Mankato and when she goes on to compete for Miss Minnesota, and her message for all those who look up to her. More>>
Police were first called to Erica Boyd's residence in Colonial Square Apartments downtown Mankato on report of a child yelling and screaming for its mother.When executing a search warrant, police say they found cocaine, marijuana and meth. More>>
The local Y's Club was busy this morning unloading more than 600 trees for the holiday season. More>>
The Children's Museum of Southern Minnesota receives a $100,000 donation from AgStar Financial Services. More>>
A St. Peter man is fulfilling a lifelong dream on the wrestling mat. More>>
Even though prom is months away, you may be able to find the right dress this weekend for a much lower price. . More>>
British doctors say swallowing a sponge on a string could replace traditional tests for cancer of the esophagus.
As we're busy getting prepared to celebrate the holidays, online hackers are ready for you. More>>
Four people are in custody in connection with what authorities say is the largest drug bust in years.
Michael Steven Jacobs was charged back in June with one count of transferring a pistol to John Ladue in violation of state statutes. More>>
Police say the teenager is suspected of writing a bomb threat at Spencer High School that was discovered Wednesday morning on a bathroom wall. More>>
Traffic had been detoured to Highway 93 until since Oct. 31 for flood repair work. More>>
Peterson pleaded no contest to misdemeanor reckless assault for injuring the boy while attempting to discipline him. More>>
The virus is still a concern among hog farmers, but thanks to improved biosecurity measures and an industry working together, improvements are being made in the fight against PED. More>>
The 3rd Annual Kiwanis Holiday Lights in Sibley Park kicks off Friday, November 28th with a Parade at 6 pm. More>>
Members of the Spanish region of Basque were welcomed to South Central College to share in a global partnership. More>>
Stores all around the area are preparing for the holiday shopping rush. More>>
Gary Janckila was given three years probation. He received a stay of adjudication. That means if he doesn't commit another infraction during his probation period, his case will be dismissed. More>>
President Obama is side–stepping Congress, and using his executive power to make changes to the nation's immigration system.
But not without a fight from Congressional Republicans. More>>
Research finds most people who drink excessively are not alcoholics... but that doesn't' mean they don't have a problem. More>>
Members of the public got to lay their eyes on the preliminary plans for the expansion and renovation of the Verizon Wireless Center. More>>
Pastor John Michels began his religious program back when KEYC was still broadcasting in black and white More>>
President Obama will address the nation in a prime-time report and announce he is bypassing Congress to fix the immigration system in America. Republicans say he is abusing his authority while Democrats say the time has come. The President's address will air in its entirety tonight during our 9:00 broadcast on our sister station KEYC News 12 at 9 on FOX 12 Mankato. More>>
The Greater Mankato Area had an all time high of 57,000 jobs last month. More>>
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Organizers want to encourage everyone to take the time and stuff a shoe-box for a child in need.