One woman was injured following a one-vehicle crash in Buffalo County on Sunday morning.
WNB Finacial's 26th annual Chili Cookoff is set for Feb. 8.
Staff from Merchants Bank delivered 244 Cheer-Up Boxes to patients at Mayo Clinic Children's Center and families at the Ronald McDonald House in Rochester on Jan. 14.
One person was badly injured and two dogs died in a house fire in the northwest Minnesota town of Frazee.
A short supply and strong demand are pushing the salaries offered for census takers even higher in Minnesota.
Minnesota lawmakers hit the road on Tuesday for a field hearing on gun control.
In an effort to remove recently fallen snow, the City of Winona has declared a tag and tow operation for the downtown area on Jan. 22 and Jan. 23.
The Diocese of La Crosse has released the names of 25 priests accused of child sexual abuse.
The New York Times has endorsed Senators Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren for the Democrat Party’s nomination for President.
The Winona Arts Center has announced a fundraising campaign to fund improvements to its building on East 5th St.
WNB Financial has donated a combined $600 to the Winona Area and La Crosse Warming Centers.
Sober riding is the theme to kickoff International Snowmobile Safety Week.
The Minnesota State Fair board of managers approved $10 million in upgrades for the fairgrounds ahead of the 2020 Great Minnesota Get Together.
The Waseca Police officer shot responding to a call earlier in the month continues to improve.
The Minnesota State Patrol reports more than 730 vehicle accidents on state roads between Friday and Sunday during the latest winter storm.
911 service in Winona County has been restored.
The Winona community will have a chance to offer input on the strategic plan for downtown Winona.
The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a Winter Storm Warning for the Winona area that begins at 10 a.m. on Friday and expires at 6 p.m. on Saturday.
Congressman Collin Peterson was the sole Democrat voting "no" as the U-S House sent articles of impeachment against President Trump to the U-S Senate.
Governor Tim Walz unveiled the final piece of his more than $2 billion bonding request to the state legislature.