Daily News Headlines From the KEYC Newsroom
A New Ulm man convicted of felony burglary back in March has now returned to jail on a probation violation. More>>
Empty pedestals in Mankato are now filled with a new round of sculptures. More>>
Across the river in North Mankato dozens of people hit the sidewalks to raise awareness about congenital heart defects today. More>>
Several people flocked to the Mankato Regional Airport Saturday morning as part of 'International Learn how to fly Day.' More>>
Dozens of street rods rolled into the Key City on Saturday. 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.
Thirty percent of hypertension patients have high blood pressure that's resistant to medication.
Assistant Blue Earth County attorneys are seeking higher pay as part of a civil lawsuit. More>>
Coaches and student athletes are taking technology out of the classroom and onto the fields and courts.
Technology and social media are now tools to help with recruiting.. More>>
Proposed tax increases not included in latest budget plans at the Capitol More>>
A change to the so-called "slayers bill" has passed the Minnesota State Senate this afternoon. The House version of the bill, sponsored by State Rep. Tony Cornish (R-Good Thunder), was driven by a local murder case. More>>
One of the proposed tax hikes is on cigarettes, which could bring in almost $25 million of revenue in the first year alone. More>>
A bill that would grant amnesty to underage drinkers who report a medical emergency is making its way through the state legislature. More>>
Texas Governor Rick Perry is visiting the hardest hit areas today. In Granbury, six people were killed when a powerful tornado plowed through their neighborhood. More>>
The IRS scandal is front and center today in Washington. More>>
The Minnesota Gopher Road Trip made a stop in Mankato today. More>>
One hundred two graduates received their Bachelor of Arts degrees this morning at the 2013 Bethany Lutheran College commencement ceremony. More>>
Mankato Regional Airport will host Aviation Day on Saturday, May 18. Children's activities will be held from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. The event will be open until 1:30 p.m. More>>
It could be the flavor and the freshness combined into a roll, which creates delicious edible art. More>>
Prices are being blamed on the closures of three large refineries in the Chicago area.
As the temperature starts to heat up, you may be more likely to find unwanted guests hiding in your home. More>>
Administrators say students need to spend the time in school to prepare for the workforce More>>
Ingenuity Grant will provide for robot kits More>>
The city of Mankato has recently been recognized by the GreenStep Cities program as a Step Two GreenStep City. More>>
Officials say the fire caused several thousand dollars-worth of damage to the home.
One Mankato business is offering an incentive to its employees to help beat gas prices. More>>
60 terrifying feet. That's how far Lois Welman fell below the 35–W bridge when it suddenly collapsed almost six years ago. All these years later, the bridge collapse survivor says she's faced her fears. Now More>>
Less than one–tenth of one percent of students who take the ACT get a perfect score; one of those students can be found right here. More>>
President Barack Obama will appoint senior White House budget officer Daniel Werfel to be acting commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service, a White House official says. Werfel will replace Steven Miller, More>>
A North Texas neighborhood torn apart by a tornado will remain closed to its residents until officials can account for everyone who lived there. That's the word from Hood County Sheriff Roger Deeds More>>
The state Senate majority leader says a proposed increase in the state minimum wage is not likely to happen this session because Democrats in the House and Senate can't agree how much to raise it. Senator 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>>
Topping the news with over the top gas prices this. Just this morning Gas prices in Greater Mankato topping $4.00 a gallon. In our area it as high as $4.19. Not all stations have yet topped $4.00 a gallon, More>>
The Minnesota unemployment rate fell to 5.3 percent in April, according to the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development The agency said the jobless rate fell to its lowest point since More>>
AAA is saying reduced capacity due to the closures of two large refineries in the Chicago area is the main culprit. More>>
City officials say 19 year–old Moroma Omot Olok of Mankato was arrested without incident around Monday morning. 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>>
A rare exhibit is showing memorabilia from music's biggest stars including John Lennon and Elvis Presley on Monday. The exhibit at Hard Rock Cafe New York precedes the Julien's Auctions Music Icons auction More>>
A husband and his wife from Vallejo, California are crafting fantasy-inspired art pieces made from recycled items. A life-sized horse on wheels and a three-story Victorian house on tank tracks are just 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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