News
  • Hutchinson Police Cruiser

    Police are investigating the theft of four palm trees taken from a Hutchinson business earlier this month. On November 17th, an employee of the Treasure Shed on Highway 7 East reported that video from a …

    Keep Reading >>

    28 Nov 17
  • Casey's General Store

    (KWLM/Renville MN-) The Renville City Council last night (Monday) gave final consideration of a new smoking regulation ordinance which opens the door to construction of a new Casey’s Convenience Store. Casey’s wants to build at …

    Keep Reading >>

    28 Nov 17
  • Jennifer Lopez

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Global superstar Jennifer Lopez will perform in Minneapolis on the eve of the Super Bowl, adding to a growing list of big-name performers descending upon the Twin Cities for the big game. …

    Keep Reading >>

    28 Nov 17
  • Sen Franken

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic Sen. Al Franken says he knows he “let a lot of people down” — the people of Minnesota, colleagues and staff — in the face of sexually inappropriate behavior. He’s vowing …

    Keep Reading >>

    28 Nov 17
  • Wright County Sheriff1

    The Wright County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a crash that involved a bicyclist that was struck by a vehicle this morning (Monday) in Monticello.  Authorities say a 16-year-old male bicyclist was riding north on Fallon …

    Keep Reading >>

    27 Nov 17
  • Miss MN USA and Miss MN Teen USA

    (Burnsville, Minn.) – The 2018 MISS MINNESOTA USA and MISS MINNESOTA TEEN USA Pageants took place Sunday night at the Ames Center in Burnsville. The panel of judges selected Kalie Wright of Eagle Bend as MISS MINNESOTA …

    Keep Reading >>

    27 Nov 17
  • butterfly pendant

    (Learfield News Service) Three children’s jewelry products containing toxic levels of cadmium have been removed from Amazon’s listings and on-line retailers have issued recalls, following an investigation by three state agencies. The Minnesota Commerce Department’s …

    Keep Reading >>

    27 Nov 17
  • powerball

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota lottery officials say two residents have claimed their Powerball winnings, to the tune of $1 million each. The Star Tribune reports that the two lucky contestants, who won on separate drawings, …

    Keep Reading >>

    27 Nov 17