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COVID-19: Empty Churches During Holy Week
The most significant week of Christianity has arrived but Rochester Christians will have to do their worshipping at home.
Rochester Woman Survives Crash Involving A Bulldozer
A Rochester woman had to be cut from her car over the weekend after crashing into a bulldozer.
COVID-19: Minnesota Cases Approaching 1,000
The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Minnesota will likely surpass 1,000 before the end of the day.
COVID-19: Rochester First Responders Are Meeting The Challenge
So far, so good is the response from Rochester first-responders who are dealing with the public risks associated with the COVID-19 crisis.
COVID-19: Olmsted County Now Has 2nd Highest Number of Cases
Olmsted County now has the 2nd highest number of confirmed COVID-19 cases of all counties in the state, trailing only Hennepin.
Minnesota Pedestrian, Truck Driver Killed in Separate Incidents
A pedestrian was killed in a Twin Cities suburb Thursday night after being struck by two vehicles and one of the drivers apparently failed to stop.
Rochester Man Charged With Sexually Abusing Young Girl
A Rochester man was arraigned this week on criminal sexual conduct charges involving a young girl.
Large Part of Minnesota Facing Wintry Mix Through Friday
A large part of Minnesota is facing a threat of freezing rain and light snow.
UPDATED: Names Released in Fatal Traffic Wreck Near Mantorville
There was a fatal traffic accident Sunday near Mantorville.
COVID-19: Four More Deaths in Minnesota, Half of Total Cases Recovered
The Minnesota Department of Health Sunday reported four more COVID-19-related deaths in the state.