They didn't just have to use the Force, but a lot of force to get a new LEGO creation to Times Square. The LEGO Group unveiled the world's largest model ever assembled of the bricks this morning in the More>>
Just after 4:00 p.m. a woman was hit by a pickup truck. Officials say her condition at the hospital is unknown at this time. More>>
Fired MSU football coach speaks to media for the first time since charges were dismissed More>>
BSA still not allowing gay Scout leaders More>>
Russell Tiegs is accused of depositing over $1,600 of the victim's money in his own banking account and taking roughly $4,500 of social security benefits over nine months. More>>
Suicide and the Young: Experts say when it comes to addressing suicide, parents need to take action immediately.
The city may decide to refurbish the caboose, which could include additional expenses.
The holiday weekend is here and that means lots of people are loading up and fueling up to head out on the open road. Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start to the summer and vacationers were cutting their Fridays short to gas up and are getting excited to head out on the road. More>>
Finally at Five...some native Minnesotans have a new home in Indiana. Wolf Park is located near the town of Battle Ground and the latest addition to the family are three gray fox pups from a facility More>>
They were able to get themselves and their pets out without injury. However, a firefighter was injured when the roof collapsed on top of him. More>>
He was there as Peter Hobart Elementary school students honored two of their students that died in Wednesday's landslide. More>>
10-member teams were scheduled to search today in an expanded area of central Iowa for Kathlynn Shepard. More>>
The Interstate 5 bridge over the Skagit River at Mount Vernon has collapsed, dumping vehicles and people into the water. More>>
Hundreds of students at Mankato West heard straight from the CEO of General Motors Thursday morning. More>>
Some encouraging news today from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The U.S. teen birth rate fell 25 percent over five years to a record low of 31 births per 1,000 teens. More>>
A local Mankato business is giving to a good cause with customers buying cool treats.
Frozen Yogurt Creations in Mankato says they will donate 20 percent of the money they make today to March of Dimes. More>>
The South Central Minnesota Chapter of the American Red Cross is on standby, awaiting word if they need to send personnel to assist with disaster relief in Moore, Oklahoma. More>>
How a "stay-cation" might be a better option for frugal travelers. More>>
The South Central Service Cooperative in North Mankato is purchasing land for expansion after its membership has grown. More>>
The speaker of the Minnesota house stopped by Mankato this morning to offer his perspective on the 2013 legislative session. More>>
Mankato's style of *Community Policing is getting international attention. A group of law enforcement professionals from Afghanistan got a private tour of The Mankato Department of Public Safety yesterday. More>>
A very special and prominent visitor to Mankato today, and while here the Chief Executive Officer of General Motors stopped by his old stomping grounds to offer some advice to hundreds of Mankato students. More>>
It is the unofficial start to summer this weekend and If you're looking for some R&R you won't have to travel that far. Minneopa State Park has the majority of their campsites booked. More>>
Authorities recover the body of a child missing since a rockslide at a St. Paul park that also killed another child. More>>
British leaders are holding emergency talks this morning after two men stabbed a British soldier to death on a London Street. More>>
The first of 24 people killed in Moore are being laid to rest today. As the cleanup continues in Moore, Oklahoma, family and friends are gathering for the funeral of 9-year-old Antonia Candelaria. More>>
The North Mankato and Mankato mayors are organizing a bike ride through the two cities. It's all a part of National Bike Month observed in May. More>>
Doctors invented a tiny device to help expand the airway. More>>
Dozens of eighth-graders stepped into the world of U of M agricultural researchers on Wednesday morning. More>>
Most districts already had all-day kindergarten, will now be funded in full More>>
Nordic Storm, the St. Peter area Robotics Team, is back from the FIRST Championship in St. Louis and presented their robot to the St. Peter Kiwanis Club today.
With the holiday weekend almost here, and two refineries down in the Chicago area, the price of regular unleaded is historically high statewide. When gas is this high, many think about filling up with E85. More>>
Officials say one child is dead and another is unaccounted for after a gravel slide in a St. Paul park. The children were at the park near the Mississippi River as part of a school field trip when the More>>
Iowa lawmakers are moving toward adjournment, taking action on a number of budget bills including a compromise plan to cut commercial property taxes. More>>
Investigators searching for a 15-year-old Iowa girl who was abducted this week have recovered her backpack along with one belonging to a 12-year-old who escaped from the kidnapper. The Iowa Department 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>>
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>>
Officials say a break-in took place at Northtown Auto. The business is located at 1513 North Riverfront Drive. 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.
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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