The new positions will be part of Charter's business-to-business division.
Updated: Dec 10, 08:30 PM
It's a lonely day for outdoor toys at a local Byron daycare. That's because the kids who usually play with them, are stuck inside.
Updated: Dec 10, 06:58 PM
Austin’s Vision 2020 program has received a planning grant from the Minnesota department of transportation to create a survey on the Austin school district website.
Updated: Dec 10, 06:56 PM
With DMC, Rochester is due for many changes. But one Rochester organization is hoping to make sure that change happens in the right ways. Design Rochester is made up of area architects, engineers, and city planners.
Updated: Dec 10, 06:06 PM
An Austin man has pleaded not guilty to charges related to sending law enforcement officials a threatening letter.
Updated: Dec 10, 04:11 PM
A Charles City man was shot in the hip while hunting with a group in northeast Iowa.
Updated: Dec 10, 03:54 PM
The rules approved Tuesday would require local agencies to show cameras are targeting "documented high-crash or high-risk locations." They would have to justify renewal every year.
Updated: Dec 10, 03:06 PM
Iowa sought a waiver enabling the state to receive more federal Medicaid money for the proposed Iowa Health and Wellness Plan. The new health insurance program would cover up to 150,000 residents.
Updated: Dec 10, 02:12 PM
The Iowa State University Police Department says in a news release that the body was found hanging Tuesday morning near a laundry room in Wilson Hall. Authorities believe the male was a student at the Ames campus.
Updated: Dec 10, 02:10 PM
Authorities have more readily used special alert systems to warn of crime trends. They've also been advising students to be more cognizant of their surroundings.
Updated: Dec 10, 11:48 AM
The Minnesota Gambling Control Board says pulltabs, bingo and other forms of charitable gambling is up 8.6 percent this fiscal year, the biggest percentage increase in more than 20 years.
Updated: Dec 10, 10:47 AM
A few hundred people gathered to enjoy the lights and music, and kids even got a visit from St. Nick.
Updated: Dec 09, 10:53 PM
Olmsted County Veteran Service Officer Nathan Pike admits it's frustrating to see local veterans taking the hit for something completely out of our area.
Updated: Dec 09, 10:52 PM
One hundred and five hours is a long to time to be doing anything, but that's how long Captain Jim Brickson of the Albert Lea Salvation Army spent bell ringing for the world record.
Updated: Dec 09, 06:51 PM
The university is spending more than $1.3 million to buy the three lots that currently sit as open space.
Updated: Dec 09, 06:43 PM
Taking a selfie, or picture of yourself, on your smartphone is pretty easy. But its doing that behind the wheel that, police say, can be downright dangerous.
Updated: Dec 09, 05:58 PM
Through 2013, the Foundation has given $98 million dollars to the Austin area since its inception more than 70 years ago.
Updated: Dec 09, 05:53 PM
It has been in business for years, but the days may be numbered for the truck stop in Austin.
Updated: Dec 09, 03:33 PM
In southeastern Minnesota, hunters harvested 4,400 deer, down from 5,000 in 2012.
Updated: Dec 09, 02:10 PM
An effort to clear a national backlog of veterans benefits claims is making things worse in Minnesota...
Updated: Dec 09, 01:48 PM
The charges stem from an investigation in January, when a group of horses were rescued by the county, but not before one had died.
Updated: Dec 09, 10:38 AM
The Rochester Public Library is trying to get you to be more involved with books. Today it started a 3 week arts and crafts project which allows people to actually make their own books...
Updated: Dec 09, 09:22 AM
Ed Jackson of Chatfield has thousands of books in his collection. He's opened a bookstore to share his books and make space around his home.
Updated: Dec 10, 03:24 PM
The holidays make December one of the busiest travel months of the year, but it also happens to be cold and flu season...
Updated: Dec 08, 11:24 AM
Lindy Lange is the creator of ROCHESTERfamilies.com. The website is to help people in Southeast Minnesota find fun and resources nearby.
Updated: Dec 07, 11:35 PM
Lots of movie goers in Rochester were rewarded for helping a good cause Saturday. Movie goers had the chance to see a movie for free this afternoon at the Galaxy 14 theater in Rochester. It's all part of one of the area's most popular food drives of the year, the cans film festival. Where just five canned food items is your ticket into the movie of your choice.
Updated: Dec 07, 11:47 PM
MNsure has now granted close to $5 million to organizations across the state. The goal is to help people sign up for coverage. Three Rivers Community Action is the only organization in the Rochester area to receive money. Friday they had first MNsure enrollment assistance session.
Updated: Dec 07, 09:53 PM
Captain Jim Brickson of Albert Lea is well past the previous 80-hour world record for Salvation Army bell ringing. But he is still in the hunt for the title as two other men are still in the contest after 92 hours of ringing, and counting...
Updated: Dec 07, 12:04 PM
On Dec. 7, the U.S. remembers the 72nd anniversary of the attacks on Pearl Harbor. The strikes set the stage for America's entry into WWII. Minnesota Governer Mark Dayton ordered flags to be flown at half staff Saturday...
Updated: Dec 07, 12:00 PM
The insurers say the delays could prevent people from having coverage through MNsure starting Jan. 1.
Updated: Dec 06, 10:59 PM