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Police looking for suspect in Rochester Caribou Coffee burglary Video included

Police are on the lookout for the person responsible for burglarizing Caribou Coffee early Wednesday morning. Rochester Police said just before 4:45 a.m., officers were alerted to a break in at Caribou Coffee on Civic Center Drive and 16th Avenue. More>>

Rochester Civic Theatre announces gala celebrating Historic Chateau Theatre Video included

Historic Chateau Theatre Historic Chateau Theatre

The Rochester Civic Theatre has announced it will hold an event celebrating the art of theater in Rochester's own Historic Chateau Theatre. It will be a gala-style event on October 10, described as "creative black tie" by Rochester Civic Theatre's Executive Director Gregory Stavrou. More>>

Dayton starts special session legwork for Mille Lacs Lake

Mille Lacs Lake Mille Lacs Lake

Gov. Mark Dayton is moving quickly to call a special session to provide relief for the Mille Lacs Lake area. Walleye fishing is an integral part of the Mille Lacs Lake economy, driving tourists to resorts and other businesses.  More>>

FDA bans imports of cilantro from Puebla, Mexico

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Some cilantro imports from Mexico are being banned in the United States. According to an alert from the Food and Drug Administration, the herb has been identified as a source of recurring outbreaks of cyclosporiasis in the United States, mainly in April through August.  More>>

TRENDING: Ten foot high snow mound remains in Buffalo, New York Video included

You've no doubt heard the phrase, "You don't stand a snowball's chance in summer." But in Buffalo, New York, those chances are actually pretty good. More>>

Skateboard Slam: A dedicated group of Rochester thrill seekers look to breathe life into their skate park Video included

Rochester's Skate Park has been around since the early 2000s, and some say it's beginning to get old and dangerous.  With their safety at stake, these skaters are trying to do something about it.  When your passion is extreme, broken pieces can lead to broken bones. More>>

Anti-abortion group holds rallies nation-wide in response to Planned Parenthood videos Video included

Protestors of Planned Parenthood and people supporting Planned Parenthood stand outside of the clinic on Tuesday, during the Women Betrayed Rally. Protestors of Planned Parenthood and people supporting Planned Parenthood stand outside of the clinic on Tuesday, during the Women Betrayed Rally.

An anti-abortion rights group staged rallies across the country Tuesday to try to spur an investigation into Planned Parenthood.The group is demanding that the organization lose government funding after the recent release of controversial hidden-camera videos. More>>

DNR: Minnesota deer hunters can expect conservative season Video included

For the second year in a row, Minnesota hunters will have a tough time trying to bag a deer this fall. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources told hunters Tuesday to expect another conservative season as the agency works to rebuild the size of the state's whitetail herd. More>>

Olmsted County commissioners approve Lake Zumbro funding, supporters say not enough Video included

County commissioners debate solution for Lake Zumbro funding County commissioners debate solution for Lake Zumbro funding

After more than a decade of fighting for their lake, the Lake Zumbro community finally receives a funding resolution. Although it's not as much as they were hoping for, it's a chunk of cash Olmsted County board members voted was enough. More>>

AgStar Miracle of Birth Center becomes a big attraction at the Olmsted County Fair Video included

The AgStar Miracle of Birth Center is in its 5th year,  and is becoming quite an attraction at the Olmsted County fair. One of the animals said hello to a brand new baby this morning, and has yet to have a name.  More>>

"Reel" Sports Talk - Pete Spratte Video included

STOCKHOLM, Wisc. (KTTC) -  During the winter, Pete Spratte is dedicated to hockey. The Lourdes alum is about to enter his senior season with the Lake Superior State Lakers. But in the summer time, he loves to fish. The defenseman joined NewsCenter Sports Chris Barriere in this week's "Reel" Sports Talk More>>

UPDATE: Mason City Police searching for suspect in credit union armed robbery Video included

Iowa Heartland Credit Union in Mason City, Iowa Iowa Heartland Credit Union in Mason City, Iowa

Police and fire marshals are investigating after an armed robbery at a credit union in Mason City, Iowa Tuesday morning. Mason City police said the Iowa Heartland Credit Union on South Monroe Avenue was robbed at about 9:55 a.m.  More>>

Drier pleasant weather moves in Wednesday

Drier, less humid air is blowing into the region Wednesday making for a more comfortable day for our area. High pressure is settling in from the west, bringing a sunny and pleasant weather picture for our Wednesday with high temperatures in the afternoon around 80 degrees. More>>

Zimbabweans linked to illegal lion hunt appear in court

Two men arrested for illegally hunting a protected lion are in court in Zimbabwe to face poaching charges. More>>

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