Three Minnesota cities have been named to a national list among the “100 Best for Young People.”
A quiet Northfield neighborhood has dealt with around five recent car break-ins. And one family is pleading with some crooks to return some priceless possessions.
From the studios at KYMN Radio, longtime host Wayne Eddy talks earnestly about Northfield, “the home of cows, colleges and contentment.”
The pilot of a small single-engine aircraft escaped with minor injuries on Tuesday afternoon after an aborted landing, police say.
The people of Northfield honored a hometown hero Thursday. Maggie Lee, 91, had worked at the local newspaper – the Northfield News — for more than 65 years.
A 48-year-old woman from Northfield was struck by a vehicle while walking her dogs Thursday morning and later died at the hospital, according to the Rice County Sheriff’s Office.
Authorities have identified the man who was found dead inside a burning van last weekend in Rice County.
Hold onto your wallets as food prices will definitely be climbing in the coming weeks and months.
The heartache for Scott and Faith Bergemann began last Thursday night. They came home to find 3 feet of water in their basement, and spent all of the next day hauling out what little they could salvage.
A former employee at a Burnsville, Minn. ski hill is accused of stealing snowboards there and trying to sell them. Twenty-seven-year-old Brenton Troy Gerholdt, of Northfield, has been charged with two felony counts of theft and receiving stolen property.
Nobody in the southern part of the state needed Sunday night’s rain — it’s already water-logged.
Storm clouds sat over southern Minnesota Thursday, drenching some areas with up to 10 inches of rain, turning golf course greens to ponds and roads into rivers.
Heart disease is the number one killer of men and women in the United States, and more than 1,100 people die from it each day. So, what if there was an easy way to spot trouble before it struck?
A Northfield dog breeder facing 16 charges of animal cruelty says there is nothing worse than being accused of something she didn’t do.
A Northfield, Minn. woman has been charged with 16 felony counts of animal cruelty after being accused of drowning dogs — both puppies and adults — and putting their corpses into her freezer.