UPDATE: Missing 16-Year-Old Found In MankatoThe Minnesota BCA canceled the missing person alert for Madison Hjermstad, who was located safe in Mankato.
Whitey Bulger's Girlfriend Serving Time In WasecaCatherine Greig helped James "Whitey" Bulger evade authorities for 16 years while he was on the FBI's most wanted list.
Waseca Community Celebrates New GrandstandThe community celebrated on Saturday the grand opening of the new Tink Larson Community Field.
Man, 42, Ejected & Killed In Waseca Rollover CrashA 42-year-old Waseca man is dead after a rollover crash Sunday evening.
Waseca's Largest Employer To Close By 2018's EndThe largest employer in Waseca is shutting down. Quad Graphics, formerly Brown Printing, will close at the end of the year.
Horse Thief Detective Group Gathers To Remember HistoryThough their days of chasing bandits are long over, members of a Minnesota horse thief detective group continue to meet once a year.
1 Year After Fire, Waseca Residents Still Hope To See Baseball Grandstand ReturnOn April 6, 2016, the historic grandstand that was almost 90 years old caught fire.
Investigation Continues Into Tink Larson Field Fire, $10K Reward OfferedOne year after a fire destroyed much of a historic baseball field in southern Minnesota, police are still looking for answers. On April 6, 2016, a fire broke out at Tink Laron Field in Waseca. That flames spread fast, destroying the grandstand and concession stand.
8 Months Later, Tink Larson Field Arson Still UnsolvedAuthorities are seeking information leading to an arrest for the person responsible for a fire that caused significant damage to a historic southern Minnesota baseball complex back in April.
75 Percent Of Waseca Homes, Businesses Have Flood DamageThe realization of damage from last week's storms is quickly growing in southern Minnesota.
Portions Of 2 SE Highways Remained Closed Due To FloodingPortions of two southeast highways remain closed Friday due to flooding following Wednesday's torrential rains. According to the Minnesota Department of Transportation, near the Austin area Highway 105 is closed from 120th Street to 160th Street. Flooding was caused by the Cedar River.