64 of 2,562 COVID-19 tests conducted at a two-day community testing event in September came back positive.
New cases of COVID-19 within the Winona State community declined for the third straight week.
The Winona Friendship Center Chore Corps will hold its annual fall cleanup event on Oct. 17.
Winona County residents can get a free flu shot from now through the end of the month.
The Wisconsin-Minnesota Twin Cities-Milwaukee-Chicago (TCMC) Passenger Rail Project is being awarded a $31.8 million rail grant.
Forecasters are expecting many parts of Winona the area to wake up to frost on Friday morning.
The Winona Area Public Schools District is set to complete its first week of hybrid learning across all grades.
Winona Area Public Schools is looking for two community members to sit on its Curriculum Advisory Committee.
The number of traffic fatalities is on the rise across Minnesota, outpacing where we were last year at this time.
Starting Thursday, the Minnesota Department of Transportation will remove political and other signs from the rights-of-way along state highways in southeastern Minnesota.
The Trempealeau County Sheriff’s Office says they’ve apprehended a man who had an outstanding warrant in Strum Tuesday afternoon.
Winona County was spared from a multi-state 911 outage Monday night.
President Donald Trump will make a campaign stop in La Crosse on Saturday.
The Winona Fire Department has canceled its annual open house.
Congresswoman Angie Craig filed a federal lawsuit calling for the Second District election to be held in November after the death of a major party candidate.
A new survey suggests 57% of Minnesota voters approve of Governor Tim Walz's performance.
Winona State and Minnesota State College Southeast will waive application fees throughout October as part of College Knowledge Month.
The Nodine exit ramp from Westbound Interstate 90 and on-ramp to eastbound Interstate 90 closed on Monday.
A woman was struck but not hospitalized after a stray shotgun shell struck her Winona home over the weekend.
Students are roaming the halls at Winona's Middle and High Schools for the first time this school year.