They both start on the varsity basketball team and they’re brothers. That’s not unusual until you learn that they play the same position — not with each other — but against each other.
Authorities say the man learned how to be a tattoo artist while in prison and was illegally operating a tattoo parlor out of his residence without a license.
A Chaska couple was arrested recently after a fight over ordering pizza led police to drugs, authorities said.
A 38-year-old Prior Lake man who is a Level III sex offender was sentenced to 30 years in prison on Tuesday in connection with criminal sexual conduct involving a 12-year-old girl going back to 2008.
A violent fight was caught on tape at Chaska High School. A student attacked another student earlier this month, and nobody stepped in to help.
A Chaska police officer saved a toddler who was choking on food and stopped breathing.
Chaska Police are looking for a suspect after they say a GPS was used to guide them to a home that was eventually burglarized.
The Chaska Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying three suspects who were involved in the armed robbery of a Super America gas station over the weekend.
It’s playoff time, one of the most fun times of the year in high school football. If your team had a rough regular season, it’s a time to wipe the slate clean and make the magic happen before it’s too late.
What do you say to the stranger who saved your life? That was the question running through the mind of a Chaska man on his way to meet her for the first time Tuesday night.
A woman had quite the surprise when she attempted to start her car and found a full-grown cat lodged next to the vehicle’s motor.
There are 25 historic sites around the Twin Cities vying for a chance to win big money for preservation purposes.
Authorities said at least one person was injured in a school bus crash in Chaska, Minn. Friday morning.
Police are looking for a man suspected of stealing the donation jar at a local Walgreens.
With the lockout of about 1,300 American Crystal Sugar Co. workers entering its second month and no negotiations in sight, the company is ready to start the harvest season with inexperienced replacement workers.