Authorities are asking for the public’s help to identify the person or persons responsible for a number of grass fires over the weekend.
A 26-year-old woman is in jail after she allegedly attacked two family members with a knife a started a fire in the family’s basement, according to the St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office.
Authorities say a smoky fire set in a men’s bathroom forced the evacuation of a Twin Cities area high school.
Police have arrested three people involved with an Oct. 16 cabin fire in Pope County, and the trio are expected to be charged with arson, burglary, felony theft and criminal damage to property.
A North Branch man is charged with arson for fires at a veterinary hospital and outside a pizza place.
Police said Monday morning an arrest has been made in the arson at a veterinary clinic in North Branch on Nov. 4.
Police have declared an explosion at a wine shop in Shakopee as a possible case of arson, and they’re offering a reward for information leading to an arrest.
Authorities are looking for help in finding the person or people responsible for setting fire to a veterinary hospital in North Branch on Sunday.
Bloomington Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying suspects they believe have been responsible for arson fires during the summer and over the past month.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says the wildfires that caused plenty of damage in the Karlstad area appear to have been intentionally set.
Authorities are offering a $4,000 reward to help figure out who set two police squad cars on fire in Orono, Minn. Police say an officer pulled into the Orono Police Department on Sept. 14 to find two squad cars fully engulfed in flames.
Authorities in the west metro are investigating after two police cars were destroyed by fire early Friday morning.
A food shelf west of the Twin Cities is temporarily closed after a suspected arson Sunday night left the building significantly damaged, authorities say.
Authorities are investigating a house fire in Lake Elmo Wednesday morning that was believed to be set intentionally.
Authorities say an explosion may have started a house fire in north Minneapolis early Thursday morning.