Police say a woman was found shot to death inside a Cottage Grove Jimmy John’s Thursday afternoon.
The Cottage View Drive-In, one of the only drive-in theaters left in the metro area will have its final showing this Saturday.
The Washington County Attorney’s Office has charged a Cottage Grove man over the death of a Bayport man whom he assaulted in a bar fight.
A 31-year-old Cottage Grove man was sentenced Wednesday to more than 14 years in prison for distributing child pornography, the U.S. Department of Justice said.
An out of control car came to a stop in a Cottage Grove front yard, but not after first hitting mailboxes, landscaping and a tree.
A Minnesota family says their loved ones’ treatment on national television led her to take her own life.
Bystanders helped Cottage Grove police early Sunday morning in freeing a woman who was trapped inside a rolled over car, authorities said.
A Cottage Grove man is vowing to find the driver that he says hit him on his motorcycle. Canh Chu told WCCO he was riding down 494 near South St. Paul early Friday morning when a car hit him from behind.
A mother who was recently charged with accidentally suffocating her infant son while drunk has died after setting herself on fire, police said.
A mother is accused of accidentally killing her infant son, who investigators say suffocated when she rolled onto him while drunk.
A Cottage Grove, Minn. woman has been charged with having sex with a teenage boy she used to babysit.
Authorities in suburban Chicago are investigating the death of a 20-year-old Minnesota man who was found unresponsive in a cell at the Kane County jail.
The image of six burning recreational vehicles greeted firefighters Friday morning outside a Cottage Grove storage facility, authorities say.
More than two months after suffering a traumatic head injury in a car accident, a Savage Police officer was released from the hospital on Tuesday.
Three people were indicted last Thursday in federal court for allegedly using counterfeit checks at multiple Target locations to purchase an amount of items totaling more than $12,000, according to court documents.