A rollover accident on Interstate 90 killed two people Sunday afternoon.
A Faribault man was sentenced to more than four years in prison in Rice County Court on Tuesday in connection with an accident that killed a 20-year-old woman.
At least one person has been killed in a fatal accident in Faribault Saturday morning, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
Gov. Mark Dayton was in Faribault, Minn. Thursday to celebrate the grand reopening of what used to be Minnesota’s oldest manufacturing plant: The Faribault Woolen Mill.
A Minnesota boy who made an incredible hockey shot during a charity event won’t collect the $50,000 prize because his twin brother should have taken the shot.
It could be a few weeks before 11-year-old Nate Smith learns if he’ll collect a $50,000 prize for shooting a puck through a tiny hole 89 feet away — or if he’ll be whistled for a rules violation instead.
The Minneapolis FBI is asking the public’s help in finding a person they believe robbed two banks and tried to rob a third on Tuesday.
A former nurse accused of seeking out depressed people online and encouraging two to kill themselves was found guilty Tuesday of aiding the suicides of an English man and Canadian woman.
Two mothers are welcoming the guilty verdicts against a Minnesota ex-nurse accused of seeking depressed people online and encouraging two people to kill themselves.
A Minnesota man accused of seeking depressed people online and encouraging two to kill themselves has been found guilty of aiding the suicides of an English man and Canadian woman.
A Faribault man is accused of using his grandmother’s credit card to charge more than $10,000 at Wal-Mart, clothing stores, a hotel and other places.
A former Minnesota nurse pleaded not guilty Friday to encouraging an English man and a Canadian woman to kill themselves, and his attorney brought another motion to dismiss the case.
A former Minnesota nurse who prosecutors say sought out depressed people in Internet chat rooms and encouraged two of them to kill themselves won’t get his case dismissed on free speech grounds, a judge ruled Tuesday.
A former Minnesota nurse charged with aiding the suicides of two people was not covered by free-speech protections when he sought out depressed people online and encouraged them to kill themselves, a prosecutor argued in court documents Wednesday.
Three months after their daughter disappeared in the Cannon River, a Faribault couple feel they have closure.