Chaska's Scream TownChaska’s Scream Town was voted one of the top 4 haunts in the entire country last year and perennially tops the lists of best haunted attractions.
Chaska Ordered To Pay $1M To Family Of Woman Killed By Police On Hwy 212A federal judge has ordered the city of Chaska to pay $1 million to the family of a woman killed by police in 2014 – and hundreds of thousands in attorney fees.
Minn. Landscape Arboretum Wins Best Botanical Garden ContestThe Minnesota Landscape Arboretum in Chaska has been named the Best Botanical Garden in the country.
Columbia-Bound Chaska Senior Hits Game-Winner, Sends Hawks To StateIn the closing seconds of the section championship with the game tied and on the line, Chaska put the ball and its hopes in the hands of its best player, Myles Hanson.
Prep Blog: This Weekend's Top High School Match-UpsWe're in the middle of a January thaw, and things are continuing to heat up at gyms and hockey arenas across Minnesota.
Police: Man Punches Driver In Chaska Road Rage IncidentChaska police say a man is in custody after road rage led to a violent confrontation at a stoplight on Highway 41.
Better Business Bureau Lowers MyPillow Rating To FThe organization says the company violated its code of advertising after receiving complaints from consumers.
Police: Drunk Woman Tried To Pick Up Relative Jailed On DWIPolice in Chaska say a woman who drove to pick up a relative jailed for DWI was herself arrested for drinking and driving.
Chaska Christmas Light Display Honors PrinceThe lights are accompanied by music from the Purple One, and play as an intermission in between the light shows sync'd with music.
Man Charged In Chaska Drive-By Shooting Linked To Other IncidentsAuthorities say a man arrested for drive-by shootings in Prior Lake and Shakopee is accused of shooting at a Chaska residence back in May.
Chaska Police: Missing Man May Be SuicidalChaska police are asking for the public's help to find a missing 50-year-old man.
Calif. Attorneys Reach $1M Settlement With MN-Based MyPillowTen California district attorneys led by Alameda County D.A. Nancy O’Malley Monday announced an approximately $1 million settlement of allegations that a Minnesota pillow company engaged in false and misleading advertising.