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Man dies of self-inflicted gunshot wound in fire near Dover Video included

The Olmsted County Sheriff's Office said Friday a man whose remains were found after a fire at a home near Dover died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. More>>

2014 shipping season underway as the 'Angela K' cruises through Lake Pepin

The 2014 shipping season officially got underway Wednesday morning. The "Angela K" cruised through Lake Pepin pushing 12 barges upstream. More>>

Nationwide warrant issued for Minnesota preacher

Authorities have issued a nationwide warrant for the arrest of a self-professed minister charged with sexually assaulting at least two girls in northern Minnesota. More>>

Drunk bicyclist crashes into car while going the wrong way down one-way avenue

Austin police have decided not to ticket a drunk bicyclist who crashed into a car Tuesday morning while on the way to work. More>>

4 finalists for 2 judge openings in Mower County

The Commission on Judicial Selection announced Wednesday it is recommending four candidates to fill two judge openings in Mower County. More>>

"Operation Exile" leads to two arrests in Rochester Video included

Two people were arrested after a heroin bust. More>>

Narcotics and Gang Task Force raids Rochester home, makes arrest Video included

ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) --  Officers are investigating a house in Northwest Rochester under scrutiny for the third time in just over a month. Southeast Minnesota Narcotics and Gang Task Force raided More>>

Minnesota Pipeline Company seeks to expand capacity Video included

ROSEMOUNT, Minn. (KTTC) -- Minnesota Pipeline Company is making plans for an expansion that will nearly double the capacity of one of its pipelines.

Austin woman pleads not guilty to child pornography charges

An Austin woman accused of creating child pornography and posting it online said she's innocent. More>>

Bubble comes down at RCTC Video included

A sign of spring Thursday morning as the Rochester Regional Stadium Bubble came down at RCTC. More>>

Autopsy scheduled for body found after house fire near Dover Video included

An autopsy is scheduled Thursday for the body found after a fire at a home near Dover on Wednesday. More>>

7 years since murder of April Sorensen

Thursday marks seven years since 27-year-old April Sorensen was found dead inside her northwest Rochester home. More>>

Bill would change practices for CRNAs Video included

ROCHESTER, Minn. (FOX 47)--Legislators met with medical doctors in Rochester to discuss proposed legislation that would change the way Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists practice medicine in Minnesota. Rochester More>>

1 dead in house fire in rural Eyota Video included

A house fire claimed the life of a person in rural Eyota on Wednesday. More>>

"Polar Vortex" could make for "Pollen Vortex" this spring Video included

ROCHESTER, Minn. (FOX 47)-- We can blame this winter's "polar vortex" for many things, namely for damage to our roads, water pipes, and cars. As temperatures begin to rise, that bitter cold snap is causing More>>

Rochester police to train dog owners on how to fight crime Video included

Rochester police will soon train dog owners on how to fight crime. More>>

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