An unusual call to the Stearns County Sheriff’s Department Thursday led to a surprise discovery. The caller was out mowing a lawn near a wetland area and spotted a two-foot alligator in the grass.
Each Friday during Lent, Catholics are supposed to give up meat, so many turn to fish. That had Chuck from Clearwater wanting to know: Why is fish not considered meat? According to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, abstinence laws say meat is considered something that comes only from animals that live on land, like chicken, cows, sheep or pigs.
The Washington County man accused of killing two horses was released from jail Friday morning. Authorities said they are still reviewing the case against William St. Sauver, Jr., adding that they are not able to charge him at this time.
A father and son in the northeast Twin Cities metro area will face charges after their alligators got loose. The two small alligators named Bonnie and Clyde escaped from a home in Scandia last month.
The Department of Natural Resources and the Washington County Sheriff’s Office believe two alligators were dumped into a Scandia lake. The DNR was contacted after someone spotted the alligator in Goose Lake last weekend.
When you go camping, you expect to see wildlife. But how about a three to four foot alligator? Cheryl McKenna and her fiancé, Derrick Radke, thought the banks of the Mississippi near Prescott, Wis., would perfect for camping.
A lost pet is usually not big news, but everything changes when the pet in question is a 30-pound alligator.
The fake alligator head floating in a pond didn’t fool the ducks in a Twin Cities area suburb, but it was enough to trick their witless feathered friends.
Have you ever seen a cat back down an alligator? How about two? Now you have…