New Ulm Diocese Reaches $34M Settlement With Abuse VictimsThe Diocese of New Ulm in Minnesota has reached a $34 million settlement in its bankruptcy case with 93 people who say they were sexually abused by priests and others.
BCA: 16-Year-Old New Ulm Boy Found Safe16-year-old Tanner Michael Klammer who went missing May 10 at River Bend Education District in New Ulm has been found safe, Sleepy Eye police say.
Police In New Ulm, Le Sueur Are Getting Body CamerasTwo more police departments in southern Minnesota are getting officers to wear body cameras.
Cottonwood River Reaches Major Flood StageMajor flood stage for the Cottonwood River starts at 16 feet. It's currently just above 17 feet. The National Weather Service projects it'll stay around this level for at least another week.
Woman Struck, Seriously Injured Near New Ulm Polling StationPolice in New Ulm say a 65-year-old woman is in the hospital with severe injuries after she was struck walking on a crosswalk Tuesday morning.
Police Investigating Arson Case In New UlmPolice are investigating a case of arson in Milford Township after responding Friday evening to a structure fire on County Road 29.
Man, 63, Struck And Killed Crossing New Ulm RoadPolice have identified a man who was struck and killed while crossing a road Thursday evening in New Ulm.
1 Killed, 1 Seriously Hurt In Minnesota Farming AccidentsA 53-year-old man died Wednesday after a farming accident near New Ulm, according to the Brown County Sheriff’s Office.
Dayton Tours Storm-Damaged SW MinnesotaGov. Dayton declared a state of emergency for 36 counties and the Red Lake reservation because of persistent severe weather.
'Wal-Mart Of 1870': New Ulm General Store Offers A Trip Back In TimeA century and a half ago, long before Wal-Mart, Target, Costco and all the others, the Harkin Store was literally the only store for miles around.
In New Ulm, Flooding Concerns Have All Eyes On The Rising RiversCommunities across central and southern Minnesota are keeping an eye on flood levels. In New Ulm, the Cottonwood River is already 5 feet above average. It will rise another foot before it starts to recede Wednesday.