Rainbow Cleaners Buys Building

James Allen | Feb 11, 2020 AT 5:45 am

A local Fergus Falls business that was contemplating closing last year is still on track and in an even better position now.

St. Paul Man Arrested at Casino In Mahnomen for Fleeing, False Name and Cancelled License

Carol McCarthy | Feb 11, 2020 AT 5:44 am

Ortely was later located in his vehicle at Shooting Star Casino in Mahonmen.

Man Drives Into Mississippi River While Following Google Maps

Carol McCarthy | Feb 11, 2020 AT 5:43 am

A rescue crew from the Minneapolis Fire Department managed to pull a man to safety over the weekend after he fell through the ice on the Mississippi River.

Experts: Flooding Could Be Even Worse Than Last Year

James Allen | Feb 11, 2020 AT 5:42 am

The National Weather Service is said to be on heightened alert as Minnesota heads for a flood season which could be even worse than last year.

Snowmobile Rider Expected To Survive Rollover Crash

James Allen | Feb 11, 2020 AT 5:41 am

Authorities in Stearns County say a 56-year-old snowmobile rider who rolled his machine is expected to survive.

Grand Rapids Meth Dealer Sentenced to 8 Years in Prison

James Allen | Feb 11, 2020 AT 5:26 am

Fifty-five-year-old Bobby Joe Highland was sentenced to 98 months Monday after pleading guilty to felony drug charges.

Police Appeal For Help Finding Girl Missing From Red Wing

James Allen | Feb 11, 2020 AT 5:25 am

Police in southeast Minnesota are continuing their search for a 16-year-old girl who has been missing for about a week.

Family Hopes Pavelich's Story Helps Others

James Allen | Feb 11, 2020 AT 5:13 am

Olympic hockey player Mark Pavelich's family hopes his story helps others.

Highway 78 North of Battle Lake Closed Due to Crash

James Allen | Feb 10, 2020 AT 8:10 pm

Motorists on Highway 78 north of Battle Lake will encounter a road closure due to a crash and downed power line.

Nornes Says Lots of Local Issues On Tap For Upcoming Legislative Session

James Allen | Feb 10, 2020 AT 5:45 am

With state lawmakers arriving at the Capitol tomorrow for the new legislative session, Representative Bud Nornes says there are lots of local issues and projects on the line.