(Willmar MN-) Kandiyohi County has recorded it's 3rd COVID-19-related death since the pandemic began in March. No information on the victim is available at this time. There were 7000 fewer tests performing in Minnesota Monday than there were on Sunday and numbers of new cases are also down. … Read more
(Willmar MN-) Former Willmar Schools Superintendent Orlo Almlie has died. Almlie, 81 of rural Kandiyohi, passed away Sunday. A Mayville North Dakota native, Almlie got his masters degree at North Dakota State, and he began teaching in Fargo in the early 60s. He also served in the National Gu… Read more
(Duluth MN-) On the heels of last night's tumultuous presidential debate, President Trump is due to visit the Twin Cities and Duluth today. Trump is set to speak at the Twin Cities airport in the afternoon and attend a fundraiser in Shoreview before traveling to Duluth tonight at 8pm. Read more
(Willmar MN-) Starting Monday the Willmar City Hall will be open to walk-in customers. All social distancing requirements including the wearing of masks inside the building are required. If access past the front counter is required, the person will be screened by answering a series of COVID-… Read more
(Willmar MN-) The future of the indoor gun range at the Willmar War Memorial Auditorium is in doubt after the federal government changed it's standards on lead contamination. The standard for allowable lead dust in the air is being lowered from it's current 50 parts per million to 10 parts p… Read more
(Undated) -- A majority of Minnesotans think the criminal justice system treats black people unfairly. The latest Star Tribune/MPR News/KARE 11 poll shows 56-percent of likely voters think the justice system doesn't treat blacks and whites equally. About half of respondents also feel violenc… Read more
(Bloomington, MN) -- A large cougar was hit and killed by a car in the Twin Cities. Bloomington police say the cat was hit near the westbound Interstate-494 ramp to northbound I-35W Tuesday morning. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources tells Bring Me The News the cat will now underg… Read more
Lauren DukoffMelissa Etheridge established The Etheridge Foundation in June. Now, she's scheduled her first-ever benefit concert for the charity.
NBCUniversal/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty ImagesIf you're a celebrity, mixing your personal life and your business arrangements can sometimes get pretty sticky. Just ask Kelly Clarkson.