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FDA seeks to add new provisions on e-cigarettes, other nicotine products

The Food and Drug Administration is proposing a new rule to extend regulations to E-Cigarettes and other popular nicotine products. With the e-cigarette industry largely unregulated right now, this could mean some changes in how you get them. More>>

Gunman kills 3 Americans at Kabul hospital

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Three Americans - a pediatrician and a father and son - were killed by an Afghan government security officer at a hospital Thursday, the latest in a series of attacks on foreign civilians that has rattled aid workers,... More>>

Jonathan: Some severe weather myths that could cost you your life Video included

When it comes to severe weather and safety, there are many myths that go along with them. Those myths are common misconceptions, but if followed could cost you your life.

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Byron property tax increase for new school to be lower than expected

Those who pay property taxes in Byron will be getting a little bit of a break next year when it comes to paying for the new elementary school. More>>

Dayton ups amount of surplus he's willing to spend

Gov. Mark Dayton says he's willing to devote another $100 million of a budget surplus to spending on pressing needs above his previous proposal.Dayton said Thursday he made the offer to top lawmakers "in the spirit of accommodation." More>>

FDA proposes first regulations for e-cigarettes

The federal government wants to ban sales of electronic cigarettes to minors and require approval for new products and health warning labels. More>>

Improve student performance with breakfast Video included

Making sure all students have enough to eat starting with breakfast is part of a new challenge just announced for the 2014-15 school year. More>>

Reception for new RCTC president Video included

A reception is being held Thursday afternoon at RCTC to welcome the college's new president. More>>

Statewide tornado drill Thursday afternoon

The planned statewide tornado drill for Minnesota takes place Thursday afternoon. At 1:00 p.m. a mock tornado watch will be issued, followed by a mock tornado warning at 1:45 p.m. More>>

Randy explains the difference between watches and warnings Video included

Before we get to the point of going on-air with the latest severe weather information, before the sirens sound, there has been a great deal of planning and coordination between different agencies, public and private. More>>

RAGBRAI route through Mason City announced

The route bringing the oldest, largest, and longest bicycle touring event in the world through Mason City this July has been announced. More>>

Lawyers release church official's deposition

Lawyers for alleged victims of sexual abuse by priests say a former top official in the St. Paul-Minneapolis archdiocese denied and minimized the problem. More>>

Ted: Prepare to face Mother Nature's worst Video included

When you hear the tornado sirens going off in your neighborhood you know dangerous weather is just ahead and it's time to take action.
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Amy Senser transferred from prison to work release

The wife of former Minnesota Viking Joe Senser has been transferred from prison to a work release program after serving the first part of her sentence for a fatal hit-and-run.Corrections Department spokesman John Schadl says Amy Senser was moved from the state women's prison in Shakopee to an unspecified residential correctional facility in the community early Thursday.
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Work on new interchange at Highway 52 and Goodhue County Road 9 starts Thursday Video included

Get ready for new slowdowns Thursday on a stretch of Highway 52. More>>

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  • Are you ready?

    Are you ready?

    Do you have a plan for when the sirens go off? KTTC meteorologists Randy Brock, Ted Schmidt and Jonathan Kegges break down the differences between watches and warnings and how they're issued.More >>
    Do you have a plan for when the sirens go off? KTTC meteorologists Randy Brock, Ted Schmidt and Jonathan Kegges break down the differences between watches and warnings and how they're issued.More >>
  • Run On Boston Strong

    Run On Boston Strong

    Marathon runners from Rochester and all corners of Minnesota have converged on Boston for Monday's marathon, determined to show the world that terrorists cannot tarnish the American spirit.More >>
    Marathon runners from Rochester and all corners of Minnesota have converged on Boston for Monday's marathon, determined to show the world that terrorists cannot tarnish the American spirit.More >>
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    Decorah Eagle Cam

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    Watch a live stream of the Decorah Eagle Cam.More >>
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