Mitch Keegan, KEYC News 12

Mitch Keegan

KEYC News 12

Mankato, MN, United States

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Free COVID-19 testing in Madelia Wednesday

Anyone who wants to be tested is encouraged to come, even if they don’t have symptoms of COVID-19. → Read More

Blue Earth County Fair joins list of cancellations

The fair is continuing to move forward with Compact Car Races and the Demo Derby and will make a final decision on them at our June 24th meeting. → Read More

Re-Opening of North Mankato Swim Facility accounced

The city says the swim facility will open June 17th to North Mankato residents and season pass holders with admittance limited to 250 people at one time. → Read More

VINE Adult Community Center to Re-Open Monday

VINE closed the Adult Community Center back in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic → Read More

Minnesota Air National Guard, Air Force Reserves to flyover southern Minnesota Wednesday

In the immediate area, they'll fly over Mankato, Blue Earth, New Ulm, New Prague, Jackson and Redwood Falls. → Read More

Mankato Council to vote on extension of emergency ordinances

Tonight's vote would extend the emergency ordinances until July 13. → Read More

Track the latest business reopenings with the KEYC Business Guide

You can find our business guide by clicking here, or by downloading the free KEYC News Now app for your iOS and Android devices. → Read More

Minnesota sees nearly $4 billion shift from surplus to deficit

We will hear more about the budget forecast and deficit from the Governor at a media briefing this afternoon. → Read More

Mankato fire departments collect over 1,300 face masks during Homemade Mask Week

Over 1,300 homemade face masks were donated in Mankato as part of Minnesota’s Homemade Mask Week. → Read More

Taylor Corp making face masks; to donate 5000 in Mankato area

Taylor Corp Executive Vice President Charlie Whitaker says the company has converted four of its facilities from making graphics products to making facemasks. → Read More

Songs on the Lawn back in 2020; moved to July

The popular music and food event typically happens in June, but due to COVID-19, it is being moved to July, starting Thursday, July 9. → Read More

Busch offering year of free beer to couples whose wedding plans were changed because of coronavirus

Busch is offering a chance to win a year’s supply of free beer to couples who had to change their wedding plans due to the coronavirus. → Read More

BREAKING: Police activity causes shelter in place warning

Witnesses tell KEYC News Now there are several law enforcement vehicles near the Kiwanis Dog Park, just north of Highway 14 off Highway 169. → Read More

Fiat Chrysler recalls pickups, SUVs to fix windshield wipers

The recall covers certain 2019 and 2020 Ram 1500, 1500 Classic pickups and Jeep Compass SUVs. → Read More

Snow blankets Easter Sunday around southern Minnesota

Snow began falling across southern Minnesota Sunday morning, leaving some areas with snow-covered lawns that had just been bare grass 24 hours prior. → Read More

MDH: 70 COVID-19 related deaths in Minnesota; nearly 200 new cases

There are 157 coronavirus patients who are hospitalized as today, including 74 people in the intensive care unit. → Read More

Iowa surpasses Minnesota in number of confirmed COVID-19 cases

The state health lab and private labs have run more than 35,400 tests in Minnesota so far. → Read More

Mayo Clinic announces payroll, spending cuts for the remainder of 2020

Mayo says about $1.4 billion in savings will be achieved through payroll reductions. Mayo’s executive leadership will take the largest cuts in percentage terms, 20%, starting this month. → Read More

Governor Walz Extends Stay Home Order for Minnesotans

Governor Tim Walz Wednesday extended the Stay Home Order until May 4 to continue Minnesota’s success in slowing the spread of COVID-19. → Read More

Mankato Area Public Schools to close playgrounds to combat COVID-19

The district still encourages students and families to enjoy the outdoors while following social distancing guidelines → Read More