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Human remains found near Mississippi River in Wabasha Video included

Two boys hiking along the Mississippi River in Wabasha find a human torso and leg around 4:30 p.m. Saturday. This comes nearly four months after 61-year-old David Sheridan, a Wisconsin boater, went missing on Lake Pepin, and one month after another leg and boot were found along the Mississippi River in Wabasha. 

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Rochester native returns to "American Ninja Warrior"

You can cheer on one of our own Monday evening on KTTC. "American Ninja Warrior" returns to Minneapolis for the city finals round. 

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Pope on sex abuse: "We showed no care for the little ones"

Pope Francis issued a letter to Catholics around the world Monday condemning the crime of priestly sexual abuse and its cover-up and demanding accountability, in response to new revelations in the United States of decades of misconduct by the Catholic Church.

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Air pollution at 3M plant in Wisconsin under scrutiny again

Wisconsin's Department of Natural Resources is investigating air pollution at a 3M Corp. factory in Wausau.

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Driver admits downing 10 tequila shots before fatal crash

A Minnesota man has pleaded guilty to killing two teenagers as he drove the wrong way down a highway last year.

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Chateau Theater renovation likely delayed after expected move at city council

The historic Chateau Theatre in Peace Plaze, downtown Rochester. The historic Chateau Theatre in Peace Plaze, downtown Rochester.

Plans to reopen the historic Chateau Theater after minor renovations are likely getting delayed.  Rochester City Council could follow staff recommendations Monday night and reject current bids from contractors, which exceed the budget for the project.  The city says splitting up the work, which includes weather proofing and some interior change, will make it affordable but also push back a potential opening until mid-2019. Up to $1 million had been set ... More>>

One killed in motorcycle crash

Minnesota State Patrol says it happened around 2 p.m. on Highway 43 in Preble Township, north of Mabel. 

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Benefit for mother battling brain cancer

A Winona County resident is battling stage four brain cancer and neighbors showed her why she's not fighting alone.

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Early morning fire damages Rochester home Video included

The Rochester Fire Department says crews responded to 603 20th street NE at about three in the morning. 

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New documentary showcases Samaritan's Purse Children's Heart Project in Rochester Video included

When Rochester International Airport learned one of its employees was volunteering as a host home, it commissioned the documentary. 

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Rochester's first "mini-roundabout" set to debut Thursday on 18th Avenue NW Video included

18th Avenue NW from KTTC DroneCam 18th Avenue NW from KTTC DroneCam

Northwest Rochester will return to near-normal Thursday after months of road construction on one of its busiest roadways. But it will be a "new normal" on 18th Avenue NW at 48th Street NW with the debut of what public works people are calling a "mini-roundabout."

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Sheriff sued for jailing people who aren't criminal suspects Video included

Photo: MGN Online Photo: MGN Online

The sheriff of Nobles County-- Kent Wilkening--has been sued by the American Civil Liberties Union of Minnesota for keeping people in jail even after they have posted bond or completed their sentences. The ACLU-MN filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of four defendants and countless others who are being detained at the request of U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) even though no warrant or probable cause of a crime had been established. 

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I.C.E arrest, deport a man from Cloquet

CLOQUET, MN (KBJR)- A Cloquet man was deported to Mexico this week after an arrest by  U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.  42-year-old Pedro Aranda, who worked at Pedro's Grill and Cantina in Cloquet was arrested for immigration violations at a Carlton County golf course on August 9th. Word of Arranda's deportation spread quickly in Cloquet.  "I wasn't aware there was anything wrong. He's been here so long," said Linda Erickson, who works one door do... More>>

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