Benjamin Broze, KEYC News 12

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Recent articles by Benjamin:

MDH: 338 additional positive cases of COVID-19 in Minnesota; 23,657 patients no longer isolated

The Minnesota Department of Health reports 338 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19, raising the total number to 28,224. There have been 11 additional deaths tied to COVID-19, putting the death toll now at 1,197. There are 23,657 people who are no longer isolated. → Read More

More than 16,700 Iowans file unemployment claims last week

A report released Thursday by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics showed 16,735 new claims filed between May 3 and May 9. → Read More

MDH: 57 total deaths tied to COVID-19, total of 1,336 confirmed positive cases

The Minnesota Department of Health reports seven more deaths tied to COVID-19, bringing the total to 57. There have been 1,336 positive cases, and 675 of those have recovered. → Read More

City of Wabasso addresses siren malfunction

City officials in Wabasso issuing an apology to residents after the sirens sound in the middle of the night → Read More

Singer-songwriter from Faribault plays original music at local venues

Singer-songwriter Luke Smith joined KEYC News Now at Noon to perform original music and share his story. → Read More

One person dies after car accident in Dickinson County, Iowa

One person has died following a two-vehicle collision in Dickinson County, Iowa. → Read More

Mankato Clinic gives caring blankets to patients

Jennifer Woratschka, RN, Mankato Clinic Oncology, joined KEYC News Now at Noon to talk about their caring blankets. → Read More

Elizabeth Warren exits presidential race, reports say

Elizabeth Warren is leaving the presidential race, reports say. → Read More

National Sons Day celebrates both sons and their parents

National Sons Day on March 4th honors the sons of the world and those who raise them. → Read More

1 person killed, 2 escape Orono house fire

Officials say one person has died in a house fire in Orono, while two others escaped from the burning home. → Read More

Bridge Plaza taking shape in downtown Mankato

A major downtown construction project is taking shape, uniting Old Town with the rest of the downtown area. → Read More

New Richland musician shares his music in Mankato

Local musician Peter Klug joined KEYC News Now at Noon to share his music and his story. → Read More

Three people dead in apparent murder-suicide in Twin Cities home

Three people were found dead in a suburban Twin Cities home in what authorities are calling a murder-suicide. → Read More

Metal recycling factory fire put out after burning for days

Officials say a fire spotted earlier this week at a metal recycling factory in Becker has been extinguished. → Read More

KFC goes national with its chicken and donuts sandwich

You can order the items as a sandwich or in a basket with the chicken and donuts separate from each other. → Read More

Schmeeckle Foundation grants awarded in Martin County

More than $220,000 has been awarded between seven nonprofit organizations within the county, including $150,000 for the Habitat for Humanity of Martin and Faribault Counties. → Read More

City of Mankato encourages residents to participate in the 2020 Census

Kurt Klinder from the City of Mankato joined KEYC News Now Morning to talk about the importance of participating in the 2020 census. → Read More

Mankato local creates coach bus company for event-goers

Jonny Christensen from Kicker Coaches joined KEYC News Now Morning to talk about how he started his own business. → Read More

Skin Essentials offering lip filler products and services

Lisa Montag from Skin Essentials joined KEYC News Now at Noon to talk about natural lip fillers and how they work. → Read More

Visiting with a stylist for National Lash Day

Cherre Metcalf from Indulge Salon & Tanning joined KEYC News Now at Noon to talk about lash specialists they offer. → Read More