State Patrol: Teen Killed In Cottonwood County RolloverA teenage boy is dead after a rollover crash Friday morning in southwest Minnesota.
Patrol: Driver Rolls Semi After Swerving To Miss Cattle On HighwayThe Minnesota State Patrol says a semi driver was injured after he swerved in an attempt to avoid cattle on a southern Minnesota highway Sunday.
5 Injured In Cottonwood County 5-Vehicle CrashThe Minnesota State Patrol says five people were injured – one seriously – in a crash involving five vehicles near Mountain Lake Wednesday afternoon.
State Patrol: Car Loses Control On Icy Road, Strikes Semi In Fatal Cottonwood Co. CrashThe Minnesota State Patrol is investigating a fatal crash in Cottonwood County Monday morning.
Boy, 17, Arrested For Online Threat Against School In Cottonwood Co.A 17-year-old boy was arrested Monday after he allegedly posted a threat against Fairmont schools Monday, according to the Fairmont Police Department.
State Patrol: 1 Dead, 1 Injured In Cottonwood Co. CrashOne man is dead and a woman is injured after a crash Friday afternoon in Cottonwood County. The Minnesota State Patrol says the fatal crash happened at about 1:04 p.m. on Highway 60 near 570th Avenue in Mountain Lake.
Bird Flu Confirmed At 4 More Minnesota Turkey FarmsState and federal authorities have confirmed outbreaks of a deadly form of bird flu at four more turkey farms in Minnesota, raising the number of farms affected in the state to 13. The U.S. Department of Agriculture says the new cases are in Cottonwood, Lyon, Watonwan and Stearns counties.
Obama Declares Storm Disaster After Ice StormPresident Barack Obama has declared a major federal disaster for five southwestern Minnesota counties hit by an April ice storm.
Suspect Dead After Crashing Into State Trooper With MotorcycleA suspect was killed Saturday night after crashing his motorcycle into a State Trooper, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
Uncovering MN's History Through Ancient PetroglyphsIn Cottonwood County, tribes of Native Americans left simple carvings over thousands of years that recorded their lives. They're called petroglyphs and a recent discovery at the historic site in western Minnesota has anthropologists looking for more.