A Rochester Public Library social worker pilot program is winding down, but an Olmsted County effort is seeking to fill the void.
Wondering what the commotion was in your neighborhood? Here's a collection of daily incident reports from the week.
Minnesota State College Southeast President Marsha Danielson has been reprimanded by Minnesota State Chancellor Chancellor Devinder Malhotra for violating the system’s employee code of conduct and procedures for creating a respectful work environment, the system’s spokesperson said.
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The Stewartville boys basketball team will face No. 3 seed DeLaSalle in a Class AAA state quarterfinal at 4 p.m. Tuesday at Williams Arena.
Olmsted County commissioners plan to open a community discussion on flavored tobacco products, as well as potential revocation of licenses for retailers repeatedly selling to youth.
Residents with neighborhood parking permits, as well as those receiving tickets, are seeing changes roll out with a new service provider for city oversight.
The goal is for participants to bring their findings back to their respective health care institutions to help guide policymaking
Officers attempted to stop the man for running a red light before the man fled and eventually hit a stone Mayo Clinic sign.
Police suspect the man died of an overdose and an autopsy for the official cause of death is pending.
Witnesses reported shots were fired early Sunday morning on the 2000 block of 41st Street Northwest, according to the Rochester Police Department.
"Our Planet" screens at Mayo Civic Center and Junkin' Days comes to the Olmsted County fairgrounds this weekend.