Daily News Headlines From the KEYC Newsroom
The Highway 22 project is a collaboration between MnDOT, Blue Earth County and the City of Mankato, which will include multilane roundabouts.
Like most institutes of higher education, South Central College usually teaches students.
But it also offers community outreach learning opportunities. More>>
Minority leaders object to tax increases, Vikings Stadium bailout and pretty much everything else More>>
After six months of writing back and forth to their senior citizen pen pals the students of Bridges Community School got to meet with their correspondents. More>>
DFL accomplished most of their goals at the Capitol More>>
Gas prices are poking holes in Minnesotan's pockets. But one group of volunteer drivers isn't going to let the prices at the pump stop them from helping out the community. More>>
Authorities say a man suspected of abducting two girls near an Iowa bus stop had committed suicide. The Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation says 42-year-old Michael Klunder was found dead Monday night More>>
Finally at five...golfers worry about water hazards and sand traps, but office windows aren't usually on the list. Pro Golfers Rickie Fowler and Colt Knost participated in a one–of–a–kind blind shot contest More>>
Two engineers, trapped for hours, were rescued after part of their train fell into the Cedar River near Charles City, Iowa. The train detailed late Monday night when the train went over a portion of track More>>
President Obama has declared a major disaster in Oklahoma, and instructed his disaster response team to get tornado victims everything they need "right away." More>>
All of the disaster stemming from the severe weather in Oklahoma can be stressful for anyone to watch, but it can trigger anxiety especially in children. More>>
A miserable start to spring planting for Minnesota farmers has greatly improved with a stretch of better weather recently. More>>
As the sun rose over the shattered community of Moore, the state medical examiner's office cut the estimated death toll by more than half. More>>
Just a few hours after the four-month session wrapped up, Minnesota's top elected Democrats are scheduled to do a post-mortem on what lawmakers accomplished. More>>
The number of 2013 traffic fatalities for this time of year is up in Minnesota. The Minnesota Department of Public Safety reporting 102 people killed in traffic accidents so far. More>>
Authorities say Ruth Dutler, owner of Dutler's Bowl contacted her brother, Cole VanHorn, to see if he could help her redeem some property that was being foreclosed.
City leaders voted Monday night to approve plans and seek advertise for bids on the next phase. More>>
1,200 people have come down with the highly infectious disease so far this year. More>>
For the first time ever Windom's school district will supply lunches for it's students over the summer. More>>
AUTHORITIES: A Mankato man faces assault charges after a reported incident Saturday night. More>>
While the city of Windom received disaster relief after April's ice storm for many of its essential services, some private non profits went without any aid. More>>
Average retail gasoline prices in Minnesota continue to outpace the rest of the nation. More>>
When most of us get into our cars, we don't always think about the dangers associated with being out on the road.
Today law enforcement officials, educators and medical professionals teamed up to raise awareness for the "Toward Zero Deaths" campaign, a push to reduce the number of traffic fatalities. More>>
Mankato-based Ag Star Financial Services had a first-quarter earnings report of $24.8 million. That's according to a news release from the company. That figure is an increase of $914,000 over last year's first quarter performance. More>>
Oklahoma begins to recover today from a deadly wave of tornados that slammed the state yesterday. More>>
There could be movement on immigration reform this week in Washington. A Senate committee is expected to approve a bipartisan bill clearing the way for the full Senate to debate the legislation. More>>
The Lake Crystal Fire Department was teaching and learning in an event called Autism Awareness Day this morning. More>>
Bark For Life will be held at Ray Erlandson Park in Mankato June 15. More>>
Officials say a break-in took place at Northtown Auto. The business is located at 1513 North Riverfront Drive. More>>
With around 20 cars in the fleet, high gas prices are taken a substantial bite out of the budget of area cab companies. More>>
The South Central Volunteer Dive Team is asking for donations to help keep afloat their nonprofit. More>>
This is the group's third season, and it's most popular. More>>
Sibley Farm in Mankato provides families with a fun and engaging escape. Today, one creature made his return to his summer home. Jack the miniature donkey is back for the summer.
The Minnesota Gopher Road Trip made a stop in Mankato today. More>>
A SUBURBAN CHICAGO MAN FACING FORECLOSURE DIDN'T WIN ANY OF THE POWERBALL PRIZES ON WEDNESDAY, BUT HE JUST BECAME A MULTI-MILLIONAIRE. THANKS TO THE NEARLY FIVE MILLION DOLLARS HE WON IN A FEBRUARY ILLINOIS More>>
A one-of-a-kind item is taken from a North Mankato church. Police say this sterling silver chalice, valued at more than Two-thousand dollars, was reported missing Saturday night from Holy Rosary Church More>>
Motorists may encounter delays when crews reconstruct the sidewalks along Highway 14 in Courtland beginning Monday, May 13. The Minnesota Department Of Transportation says the $212,319.50 project will More>>
Teachers use a variety of methods to instruct their students. But no matter what method an instructor uses, good communication is a must. More>>
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