Appeals Court: Stories On Cold Spring Cop's Death Were ProtectedThe Minnesota Court of Appeals has ruled against a man who sued two media organizations over stories that named him as a suspect in a police officer's killing.
Case Officially Closed In Death Of Cold Spring OfficerFive years after a central Minnesota police officer's death, investigators have closed the case.
Students Protest ROCORI H.S. Policy Against Vehicular Flag DisplaysAn agreement is set between ROCORI administrators and students over the school's controversial policy that would prevent them from displaying flags in the parking lot.
First Responders Pronounce One Of Their Own Dead After FallFirst responders in central Minnesota responded to a traumatic call over the weekend when they had to pronounce one of their own dead after he fell onto a concrete patio in the middle of the night.
Toddler Dies From Injuries Suffered In Crash Near Cold SpringA 19-month-old boy was killed Sunday afternoon in a crash near Cold Spring, authorities say.
2 Men Suing Stearns County In Separate CasesTwo Minnesota men will file civil rights lawsuits against the sheriff's office that led the investigation into Jacob Wetterling's kidnapping.
Man Taking Lawsuit In Officer's Death To TrialA Minnesota man who claims he was defamed after the 2012 killing of a police officer is taking his lawsuit against two news outlets to trial.
Jared Scheierl: An Unsung Hero Of The Wetterling CaseA man who was a both a victim and hero is in the spotlight two days after Danny Heinrich admitted to the murder of 11-year-old Jacob Wetterling.
Cold Spring Man Accused Of Trying To Shoot Wife Who Was Breastfeeding BabyA 28-year-old Cold Spring man is accused of abusing his wife for over 10 years, including nearly shooting her while she breastfeed their baby last summer, according to charges filed in Stearns County.
Paynesville Victim Speaks Out: 'It's Time For Some Answers'There have been some startling developments in the Jacob Wetterling case in the last two weeks. Authorities have presented testimony and evidence showing they believe Jacob's abduction is connected to a series of unsolved sexual assaults on boys in the late 1980s.
Original FBI Investigator On Wetterling Case Speaks OutAl Garber, the FBI investigator who supervised the original Jacob Wetterling abduction case back in 1989, is speaking out for the first time since the arrest of Danny Heinrich -- a man investigators are calling a "person of interest" in the case.
Fmr. FBI Agent: Early Wetterling Investigation Was 'A Bad Mistake'A former FBI agent who supervised the Jacob Wetterling investigation says the agency botched how it first handled the man now considered a person of interest in the case. Al Garber wrote in his out-of-print 2009 memoir that the FBI's encounter with Danny Heinrich in 1990 was a "comedy of errors" and "a big mistake."