A teenage boy has died after being shot in the head with an arrow over the weekend.
A teenage boy is in critical condition at Hennepin County Medical Center after being shot in the head with an arrow over the weekend, according to police.
A man was caught on camera breaking into several apartment complexes in Chaska, and then heading straight for the underground garages to do even more damage.
Authorities are investigating after a car caused a three-vehicle crash involving a school bus Wednesday morning in Chaska, according to police.
The Police Chief of Chaska has distributed a link to a graphic instructional video depicting a workplace shooting spree.
The Chaska Police Department is asking for the public’s help to identify a woman involved in a recent liquor store robbery while two children were inside the store with her.
One business owner is reaping the benefits of going green.
Authorities are investigating after a man recently passed counterfeit money at a convenience store in Chaska.
Locked-out union employees at American Crystal Sugar Co. rejected the company’s contract proposal a third time Saturday in a nearly 11-month dispute that focuses on seniority and job security.
A family dog started a fire inside a Chaska home after climbing atop a pile of items and relieving itself onto an electrical outlet last week.
A Chaska man shot his left index finger in a drunken slumber, according to Chaska Police. Chief Scott Knight says the man fell asleep with a loaded handgun in his bed last month before a bad dream caused him to awake and accidentally shoot his left trigger finger.
The Carver County judge tossed out the trial, saying that Jesse James Rogers acted in self-defense in the stabbing death of 35-year-old Justin David Foster. The case was dismissed due to a lack of sufficient evidence.
A man who was heard yelling obscenities at his cat was cited by police in Chaska, Minn.
Amid a mild winter that’s sparing Minnesota the need to spread as much road salt as it often does, experts and officials will be gathering in Chaska to learn about ways to reduce the impact of salt pollution.
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.