Judge Orders Release of Body Cam Videos in George Floyd Case
A Minnesota judge has ordered the release of body camera footage recorded by former officers charged in the death of George Floyd.
Former Rochester Lawmaker and Businessman Has Died
Dave Bishop represented Rochester in the Minnesota House for 20 years.
30 Family Members Contract COVID-19 Following Funeral
Thirty grieving members of a family in a small northwestern Minnesota town have contracted the coronavirus after attending a funeral for a loved one.
Judge: Prosecutor Will Stay On Ex-Cop's Case in Floyd Death
The judge overseeing the case of a fired Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd has denied an attorney's request to have the local prosecutor removed.
COVID-19: Thursday Spike Followed by Big Drop in New Cases
State health officials today reported a significant drop in the number of new COVID-19 cases after reporting a spike yesterday both locally and statewide
Amazing Rochester Video: From The Blondell to the Berkman (WATCH)
What are your Top 3 Please-Don't-Tear-These-Down-Rochester buildings or businesses?
Expect Delays in Counting Minnesota Election Ballots
Minnesota's top election official is warning that it could take a week or more to announce the final results from next week's primary election and the general election in November.
Study: Most Minneapolis Police Stops Involved Black Drivers
A public defender's study shows that Black drivers accounted for nearly 80% of police searches and routine traffic stops in predominantly white Minneapolis.
Rochester Public Schools Announce Their Plan For 2020/2021
RPS has announced its plan for the 2020/2021 school year.
COVID-19 Outbreak in SE Minnesota Linked to Sporting Events
According to a press release from Winona County, a COVID-19 Outbreak has been linked back to numerous sporting events.