On the eve of one of the biggest travel days of the year, Minnesotans are paying less for a gallon of gas than a year ago.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation encourages motorists to plan ahead before traveling Memorial Day weekend and use extra care while driving through work zones.
Backstage, a new music series is being launched by Chatfield Center for the Arts with its inaugural event on June 7 featuring the music of the Minneapolis-based, Indie-folk/rock sensation, Reina del Cid.
Authorities in northern Colorado are identifying the Minnesota man killed in a weekend climbing accident near Fort Collins.
State health departments in Minnesota and Wisconsin are investigating a salmonella outbreak linked to Del Monte vegetable trays.
There's no word yet whether a special session to wrap up the state budget will be Thursday, Friday or after the Memorial Day weekend.
Rep. Gene Pelowski (DFL-Winona) said he was appalled by the Legislative Session’s budget process.
$3.4 billion higher education measure was the only budget bill the Minnesota Legislature was able to pass before Monday night's adjournment deadline.
A train carrying grain derailed near the Franklin Street crossing in Winona early Wednesday morning.
A possible explosive device forced the evacuation of the north precinct of the Rochester Police Department Tuesday morning.
Three people were hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries following a two-vehicle crash in St. Charles Monday evening.
The Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge, Winona District is urging boaters to take precautions in the coming days due to flooding on the Mississippi River.
The public is invited to an open house on May 28 in Winona to offer ideas and learn more about the reconstruction work planned for Highway 43.
Red Wing Police responded to a call involving a shooting Tuesday morning.
WNB Financial has made $500 donation to Feed My People Food Bank in Eau Claire, as well as a $250 donation to the Boys & Girls Club of the Greater Chippewa Valley.
The Winona Community Foundation (WCF) is accepting competitive community grants applications until July 1.
A national surplus of sand used in fracking for oil and natural gas has created hard times for Wisconsin sand mines.
The Mississippi River will rise above flood stage later this week.
John Borman‘s work on Human Rights Issues will be honored at the June 3 Winona City Council meeting.
Winonan’s will have another option when they are craving Mexican food.