Coronavirus In Minnesota: Montevideo Embraces 'Be The Light' InitiativeHundreds of schools are leaving the lights on at football and baseball stadiums, even with their seasons on hold, as part of the "Be The Light Minnesota" initiative.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Company Lends Fish House To Hospital To Use As COVID-19 Testing CenterOne Minnesota company is doing its part to combat the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic by lending a fish house to health care workers.
Deadly Apartment Fire In Montevideo Leaves Woman DeadAll residents of the apartment complex have been displaced until further notice because of the investigation, as well as smoke damage caused by the fire.
Death Of Man Found Near Suicide In Western Minnesota Under InvestigationAuthorities are investigating the shooting death of a South Dakota man who was found next to a woman who officials say committed suicide in western Minnesota.
Death Investigation Underway In Rural Chippewa CountyAuthorities say two adults were found in a secluded area near Sparta Cemetery in Montevideo. One was pronounced dead at the scene. The other person was transported to the hospital and pronounced dead.
State Patrol: Madeline Gorham, 18, Killed Near Morris In Crash Involving MnDOT Truck, SemiMontevideo teen Madeline Noelle Gorham was killed in a crash Monday afternoon involving a Minnesota Department of Transportation truck and semi truck in Stevens County.
Teen Critical Following Crash Involving Semi TruckThe crash happened along Highway 59 near Stevens County Road 8, just south of Morris, at about 12:30 p.m.
Concerns April Snow Will Set Minnesota Farmers BackWestern Minnesota saw some of the worst of this snow storm. In Montevideo, residents once again woke up to falling snow.
Blizzard Forces Montevideo To Push Pause ButtonSince Wednesday morning, western Minnesota has seen rain, snow, sleet, wind, thunder and lightning – almost as if Mother Nature is confused about what season it is.
Montevideo Police Chief Adam Christopher On Leave After Young Woman Files Restraining OrderA Minnesota police chief is on paid leave after a teenager says he sent sexual texts to her. A judge granted an 18-year-old woman a harassment restraining order against Montevideo Police Chief Adam Christopher. The woman alleges that Christopher sent her hundreds of texts starting when she was 17.
Montevideo Community Comes Together For Beloved Teacher Needing Heart TransplantA retired teacher in need of a lifesaving heart transplant will get a boost from his hometown.