Another Man Charged In Target Headquarters Arson Case
The US Attorney’s office in Minnesota has opened a criminal case against a man who was seen on video starting a fire at the Target headquarters building in downtown Minneapolis.
Rochester Council Considering 'Financial Relief' For Businesses
The Rochester City Council is being asked to consider giving some financial relief to some businesses that are affected by ongoing Covid-related restrictions.
Zumbrota Residents Select Just One Highway 52 Noise Wall Option
Residents in Zumbrota who voted on three proposals for Highway 52 noise walls have apparently selected just one of the options.
Explosive Device Found in Rice County Northfield Township Ditch
Dunn says, "If anyone has information about this or saw anything in the area recently, you are asked to contact the Rice County Sheriff's Office Investigations Unit at 507-334-4391 or Northfield Police Department at 507-645-4475."
Community Asked to Help Protect Rochester's Health Care Workers
The local health care systems preparations for the COVID Surge are being tested.
Rochester Gym That Wasn't Closing During Shut Down is Now Closed
The Rochester gym that declared "Yes, Governor Walz ordered gyms to shut down. No, we will NOT be closing!" is now closed.
Rochester Police Working to ID Serial Exposer (UPDATE)
It looks like a man who has been exposing himself to women in the St. Marys Hospital area was at it again Thursday.
Anyone Working During "Dial Back, Minnesota" Should Get Tested
The Minnesota Department of Health has updated its recommendations on who needs to be tested for COVID-19.
Study: Motorcycle Rally Sparked COVID-19 Cases in Minnesota
This summer's huge motorcycle rally in South Dakota led to dozens of coronavirus cases in neighboring Minnesota. That's the finding of a report Friday from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Video Shows Rochester Man With Apparent Murder Weapon
As of Friday afternoon, police were still looking for the suspect in a recent murder in Rochester.
Iowa Tyson Plant Officials Suspended Amid COVID Betting Scandal
An amended lawsuit filed against the company in April alleges plant managers took bets on how many workers would get COVID-19.
Minnesota's New Covid Restrictions Begin At Midnight Friday
Thousands of Minnesota businesses will be locking their doors at midnight as the state’s latest COVID-19 restrictions kick in.