A car crashed into the side of an apartment building in St. Cloud, Minn. Sunday evening, according to St. Cloud police. According to police, officers responded to a call at 10:21 p.m. that a car had crashed into an apartment building in the 1400 block of 12th Avenue North.
A foot chase through a north Minneapolis neighborhood Friday ended with a teenager in handcuffs. But it also had sad consequences for neighbors caught in the middle. An officer shot and killed a dog that had nothing to do with the kid being chased. But that kid’s actions played a big part.
Four people were hospitalized – and a man suffered gunshot wounds – Friday evening after a shooting and related car crashes on the city’s north side.
Moorhead police say no one was hurt when an 80-year-old man drove a car into a house. Police say the Moorhead man was backing out of a driveway late Monday morning when he says his foot got stuck on the accelerator. The car struck another vehicle in the driveway, crossed the street and struck the front steps on the house before ending up in the living room wall.
A St. Paul man faces several criminal charges after he allegedly abandoned his seriously injured children after crashing his SUV in St. Paul early Tuesday morning. Earl Lionell Ward, 45, is charged with four counts of criminal vehicular operation, two counts of endangerment of a child and two counts of violating a domestic abuse no contact order.
One person died early Saturday morning after their car hit a group of horses in Hubbard County. According to Minnesota State Patrol, around 4:46 a.m. the victim was traveling northbound on Highway 71 just south of Hubbard County Road 14 when it struck horses in the roadway.
A woman crashed her car into a north Minneapolis home late Saturday morning, according to Minneapolis Police. The accident happened just before noon at a home near the intersection of 17th Avenue North and Thomas Avenue North.
A Ramsey County Sheriff’s Deputy is recovering from minor injuries after crashing into a commercial building. Officials said the deputy was chasing someone when his vehicle swung wide on a turn and hit a building on Willow Lake Boulevard, rupturing a natural gas line.
Memorial Day is almost upon us. The holiday marks the beginning of the summer season, and as such, it’s also the beginning of summer vacation for many.
A police chase ended with a car crashing into an Arden Hills home early Saturday morning. St. Anthony Police say the chase began after officers tried to pull over a suspected stolen vehicle.
A 56-year-old woman was taken to the hospital in critical condition after she was ejected from her overturned vehicle in Hubbard County on Saturday afternoon. According to the county sheriff’s office, Lisa Hensel of Shevlin, Minn. was driving along County Road 4 just north of County Road 40 at about 4 p.m. April 5.
A 29-year-old woman will face criminal charges for a fatal crash in Apple Valley last April which killed a 66-year-old man. According to the Dakota County Attorney’s office, Amanda Leanna Schlachter of Apple Valley was charged Wednesday with one count of criminal vehicular homicide and three counts of criminal vehicular operation resulting in substantial bodily harm in connection with a crash on April 6, 2013.
Woodbury Police pursued a burglary suspect through St. Paul late Wednesday afternoon, with the chase ending in a car crash. The pursuit started at 4:15 p.m. in St. Paul, when the suspect in a Woodbury burglary case fled from officers in a vehicle, according to police. Officers followed the suspect, who eventually struck a squad car near East Ames Place and White Bear Avenue.
Every morning, Jim Morrison looks forward to his routine jog down seldom-driven 215th Avenue, where wildlife and cattle are often his only company. But a half mile into his jog Monday morning, the scenery would turn into anything but ordinary. “So I saw rabbit tracks and I saw deer tracks and I saw turkey tracks, and then I come about here and then there’s tire tracks,” Morrison said. He followed the tracks through the snow, through a fence and into a creek bed below. That’s where he found a truck was nearly upside down in the water.
For the first time, the mother of two of the children involved in a deadly accident in a St. Louis Park retention pond is speaking out.