The Minnesota Department of Health recorded Winona County’s 19th COVID-19 death Saturday.
The Minnesota Secretary of State's office reports 1.8 million ballots for the 2020 election have been returned and accepted.
Vice President Mike Pence is campaigning in northern Minnesota Monday.
Winona County Attorney Karin Sonneman discussed voter fraud on KWNO’s In the Know Friday.
Winona Area Public Schools (WAPS) reported four new COVID-19 cases within the district.
The National Weather Service La Crosse is expecting the area to see accumulating snow Sunday.
Winona County ASAP is partaking in National Prescription Drug Takeback Day.
MnDOT has completed the demolition of the I-90 overpass near Nodine.
Winona County Emergency management has classified community transmission of COVID-19 as high following the latest data release.
Demolition by neglect has been an often-repeated phrase to describe the former Winona Jr. High School Auditorium.
Winona Volunteer Services is getting ready for two more food drops.
Thousands of jobs are expected to be created in Minnesota after Governor Tim Walz signed the $1.9 billion bonding bill into law.
Pilgrim's announced plans to invest $230,000 to help Arcadia respond to needs brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Minnesota Department of Health reported 35 COVID-19 related deaths Wednesday.
A group of Winona County residents is putting political differences aside to stop a reported increase of campaign sign thefts.
Winona County mostly avoided heavy accumulations from an early snowstorm that dumped over seven inches in parts of Minnesota Tuesday.
The left lane of the inbound Winona Interstate Bridge will be closed during daytime hours as crews replace lights on the bridge.
The Winona Fire Department will hold a free drive-through flu shot event at Central Fire Station today.
When the Thanksgiving break comes next month, many Winona State students may return home for an extended period of time.
The Winona City Council unanimously approved a stop sign investigation for a span of 4th St. from Huff St. to High St.