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Located on the banks of the Zumbro River Rochester is the home of the Mayo Clinic and the third biggest city in Minnesota. Founded in 1854 by George Head Rochester Minnesota was named after Head's original hometown of Rochester NY. The Chateau Theater is a nationally registered historical place and the building is now home to a Barnes and Noble. Three homes designed by Frank Lloyd Wright fall within the city limits, as does the world's largest ear of corn.

Population: 101659
Local Newspapers: The Post-Bulletin
Local Sports Teams: The Rochester A's (Division I Baseball)
Local Colleges: The University of Minnesota Rochester Crossroads College

Zip Codes associated with rochester, minnesota: 55901 55902 55904 55906
Towns/Cities near rochester, minnesota : Shorewood Stewartville Eyota Elgin

Rochester News
Minnesota Daybook

MNZ086-087-094-201745- /O.CON.KARX.WS.A.0002.180122T0000Z-180123T0600Z/ Dodge-Olmsted-Mower- Including the cities of Dodge Center, Rochester, and Austin 336 AM CST Sat Jan 20 2018 ...WINTER STORM WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM SUNDAY EVENING THROUGH MONDAY EVENING... * WHAT...Heavy mixed precipitation possible. Plan on difficult travel conditions, including during the morning commute on Monday.

Photos: Bingo at Elks Lodge in Rochester

Four days a week, the regulars shuffle in for Bingo at Elks Lodge 1091 in Rochester. The group has formed a family, some players say, and it's going to a good cause.

Armed robbery suspect in custody in Rochester

The Sheriff's Office says Jeff's Little Store at 5395 Highway 52 in Marion Township was robbed at gunpoint at around 3:18 pm Friday. The robber was described as a black male, about 5'6'', wearing a black baseball hat and a black jacket.

Pleas entered in huge Rochester heroin bust

Rochester police describe Beasley as a "significant dealer" who had just returned after picking up the drugs out of state. 34-year-old Tara Lea Mitchell of Rochester was taken into custody later the same day after a search in the 1700 block of 8 ½ Street SE.

Photos: 2018 State Legislative Preview

From left, Assistant Senate Minority Leader Susan Kent, Rep. Rick Hansen, KTTC's Tom Overlie, Deputy Senate Majority Leader Jeremy Miller and Speaker of the House Kurt Daudt hold a panel discussion about the 2018 legislative session during the state legislative preview Friday, Jan. 19, 2018, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in downtown Rochester. Eileen Wallace, right, executive director of PossAbilities, and Gail Bishop, left, board of directors member, talk with Sen. Carla Nelson during the state legislative preview Friday, Jan. 19, 2018, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in downtown Rochester.

Man cited for indecent exposure in Rochester

ROCHESTER, Minn. Police say a 26-year-old man was cited for indecent exposure after masturbating by mailboxes at Hillcrest Apartments at 1701 Highway 52 N. Police say this was the second time this week they were called Kevin Hernandez.

Suspect hiding under bed found with machete

Olmsted County Sheriff's deputies on Wednesday arrested a Rochester man after he was found "partially hidden" underneath a bed, with a machete nearby. The incident began around 5 p.m., as Olmsted County Sheriff's deputies were executing a search warrant at an Oronoco home in the 100 block of Third Street Southeast.

Heard on the Street: Downtown Alliance moves to new office

One Feb. 1, the Rochester Downtown Alliance is moving to the storefront at 311 S. Broadway in the historic Paine Furniture building. It will occupy about 1,260 square feet on the north side of the building.

Women's rights are human rights: march for them

Crowds gather for the Sister March Saturday afternoon at Silver Lake. The event was held in solidarity with the Women's March on Washington.

Does house music have a home in Rochester?

Tony Fuel is pretty happy here. He's got his family, plus relatives in Owatonna, and an excellent protest record with KnuFunk's LaSonya Fleming called " Open Up ."

Rochesterfest names chairman, seeks button designs

Brannon, the owner of Charlie's Eatery & Pub, was named as the 2018 Rochesterfest chairman following nearly three decades of active involvement in the citywide celebration, in addition to being an early food vendor at the event. With the chairman title, the longtime Rochester businessman was tasked with creating this year's theme for the nine-day event that starts June 16. The theme will be "Rochesterfest: The Super Celebration!" Brannon said it's an honor to be asked to be chairman of an event he sees as a great asset for the city.

Developer hopes to hop on trampoline park trend

A developer is bouncing back with an estimated $6 million family trampoline and fun center, after Rochester blocked his plans for an apartment complex. A split Rochester City Council put the brakes on a plan by South Dakota developer Nate Stencil last summer to build a 164-unit apartment complex in an industrial area on the north side of Technology Drive Northwest between Valleyhigh Drive and West Circle Drive.

Mayor's vetoes stand

Three mayoral vetoes regarding Rochester City Council committee appointments went without a challenge Wednesday night, but council members went forward with creating a new committee the mayor has said he opposes. The first veto issued by Mayor Ardell Brede last week targeted a 4-3 vote to remove voting rights from city council members who sit on boards for the Rochester Art Center, 125 Live, the Rochester Downtown Alliance, the Rochester Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Rochester Civic Theatre.

Rochester Contributes to Affordable Housing Projects, Mayor's Vetoes Stand

The Rochester Area Housing Coalition is a private entity made up of groups who donate $250,000 or more. So far, the only other member is Mayo Clinic.

Answer Man: A new twist on a familiar name

I heard that the Boys and Girls Club was going to open an ice cream shop in downtown Rochester and name it Chocolate Twist. Isn't there already an ice cream shop in Rochester with that name.

PDF: Alexander Weiss Second Degree Murder Criminal Complaint

An inmate at the Olmsted County Adult Detention Center may face charges after he was allegedly found with contraband in his jail cell. Rochester police have identified a suspect in what was allegedly an accidental shooting that injured one woman during the weekend.

Shooter claiming self defense charged with murder

Rochester police investigate the scene of a Sunday morning shooting that left one person dead. The shooting reportedly came after a car crash at the intersection of East River Road and 31st Street Northeast.

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