ALBERT LEA, Minn.- As you spend your day rushing around from store to store to get the best deals this Black Friday it is important to make sure you are still driving safe. Albert Lea Police Department is making sure their residents make it to and from their holiday events safe and sound.
ALBERT LEA, Minn.- The Salvation Army in Albert Lea is hosting their annual Thanksgiving meal today at the Fairline Building at the Freeborn County Fairgrounds. They are providing a catered meal to the community for the seventh year in a row.
Albert Lea, Minn.- exercise and eating right go hand-in-hand and that's why it's hard to sometimes maintain your figure during the holidays. With Thanksgiving begin tomorrow and Christmas and New Years just around the corner, many families gather together to celebrate these holidays and often times a lot of food is involved.
ALBERT LEA, Minn.- Albert Lea's campus at Riverland Community College is helping their students become wind turbine technicians through classwork and excessive training. They are partnering up with engineering programs at universities throughout Minnesota so when the student has done their two years at Riverland they can move on to the next step.
ALBERT LEA, Minn.- Maintenance workers at Mayo Clinic Health System Albert Lea are held an informational picket outside of the hospital today. This is being held to talk about the proposals by the hospital during their contract negotiations.
ALBERT LEA, Minn- Albert Lea residents gathered Saturday to brainstorm new ideas of how they could better their community, and one of those ideas will eventually be funded by the Southern Minnesota Initiative Foundation. Some of those ideas included a RV park, a bike share program.
ALBERT LEA, Minn.- Police officers are going above and beyond to make sure the residents in Albert Lea are safe when riding their bikes in the streets. If a bicyclist in Albert Lea is at a skill and mature level they are able to ride safely with traffic.
ALBERT LEA, Minn.- Bridge Community Church and members of First Baptist Church are teaming up and hosting their six-annual Operation Christmas Child. This is a great opportunity for the community to give gifts to 10 different countries in Central America over the holidays.
A new study suggests that wealthy people are more likely to get on multiple waiting lists and to score an organ transplan a A mitigation plan for the Bent Tree Wind Farm project near Albert Lea required the wind farm to pay $250 annually for the loss of television signals. The location of the project was incorrect in an article on page A1 on Saturday.
As some Minnesota food trucks prepare for winter hibernation, the battle over when and where they're welcome in Rochester isn't exactly going on ice. Following a summer of food truckers bemoaning restrictions that kept most of them out of downtown, the city opened a public survey last week in hopes of finding a compromise by next spring.
ALBERT LEA, Minn.- Minnesota Department of Health said that unsafe sleep environments account for nearly all unexpected infant deaths in Minnesota. In 2014 they found that 52 out of the 56 of sudden unexpected infant's deaths, or SUID's, were sleeping in a non-safe environment.