A bloody fight in a northwest Rochester apartment building lead to two arrests after the safety of Rochester police officers was put in jeopardy. More>>
The dichotomies of December. There's the naughty or nice and there's the salty or ice. When Mother Nature is naughty you can expect the salty, everywhere. More>>
Dozens attended a ceremony in front of Saint Marys Hospital on Tuesday. Bishop John Quinn blessed the new nativity scene. More>>
Charter is adding more than 100 jobs to fill its new space at the IBM Rochester building. More>>
Everyone has their favorite way to stay warm in the current frigid weather,a roaring fire, cozy blankets or maybe a warm drink. What about heading out into the weather for some good old fashioned physical activity? More>>
A former teacher in La Crescent has plead not guilty to charges of sexual misconduct involving students. More>>
While December marks the beginning of the holiday season, it also spells the start of final exams for area college students-- and the start of their looking into landing a job. More>>
Charitable gambling appears to be rebounding in Minnesota. More>>
A Charles City man was shot in the hip while hunting with a group in northeast Iowa. More>>
Nelson Mandela was lauded as a "giant of history" and "one of the greatest leaders of our time" as tens of thousands cheered and almost 100 world leaders paid tribute to the anti-apartheid icon at a memorial service Tuesday. More>>
You could feel it the instant you stepped foot outside Monday--the wind stinging your face on an already frigid day. And the bitter cold weather means heating companies like K&S have been servicing thousands of calls over the past few days, and the work does not seem to be ending any time soon. More>>
ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) -- Although we are facing this bitter cold weather throughout Rochester, there are some who will battle it every day in these frigid months ahead. The Dorothy Day House gives people More>>
The sound of ringing bells is common during the holiday season, but on Monday the bells at Assisi Heights rang for a very different reason. More>>
First Transit bus drivers hit the streets late Friday protesting "a lack of a contract." On Monday, Cincinnati-based FirstGroup America Inc. went public insisting a contract remains in force with Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) 1005. More>>
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