Goin' To The Lake: Cannon Falls (Day 2)It was another steamy day in Cannon Falls as Frank Vascellaro and Amelia Santaniello headed out for this week's Goin' To The Lake trip.
Goin' To The Lake: Cannon Falls (Day 1)We're in our fourth week of Goin' to the Lake, and this time we head south of the metro to Cannon Falls along the Cannon River.
Goin' To The Lake: Frank, Amelia Check Out Cannon River WineryRight in the heart of downtown Cannon Falls, you can find the Cannon River Winery.
Woman Injured In Dakota Co. Crash Taken Off Life SupportThe mother of a woman critically injured in a Minnesota highway crash that killed her husband, baby and unborn child says her daughter may not survive her injuries.
Father And 1-Year-Old Daughter Killed In Dakota County CrashA father and daughter are dead and a mother and son are injured after a deadly crash on Highway 56.
Goin' To The Lake, Summer 2016: Be Our Tour Guide!We're sharing the love this summer and getting more of the WCCO gang on the road! Yes indeed, we are Goin' to the Lake once again!
Bomb Threat Leads To Evacuation At Cannon Falls High School ConcertConcert goers were evacuated from Cannon Falls High School Friday night after someone found a bomb threat note in a bathroom. Police say they received a report of the threat at about 7:20 p.m.
Highway 52 Lane Closures Planned Near Cannon FallsDrivers near Cannon Falls may experience delays next week. On Tuesday, March 15, lane closures will begin on Highway 52 just north of Cannon Falls.
Police: Pedestrian Struck By Car In Cannon Falls Was ImpairedPolice in Cannon Falls said a pedestrian that was struck by a car early Monday morning was impaired. According to the Cannon Falls Police Department, shortly after midnight officers received a call of an accident involving a pedestrian at Highway 19 and 7th Street North.
National Peanut Butter DaySweet Harvest Foods in Cannon Falls is behind an exciting new peanut butter: PB Crave.
Minnesota Turkey Farmers Bracing For Possible Return Of Bird FluThanksgiving is next month and this year, it comes after the bird flu killed millions of Minnesota turkeys. Last spring, more than 100 farms across the state had infected flocks of turkeys that had to be destroyed.
Indictment Dismissed Against Minnesota State Trooper Involved In Fatal CrashTrooper Scott Reps was going 100 miles per hour responding to a motorcycle accident in Cannon Falls on July 4, 2014. His squad car broadsided a car that failed to yield as it was pulling out of a parking lot.