A Farmington man has pleaded guilty to exposing himself to children, attempting to lure them and showing them pornography on his cell phone.
Authorities say a home in the south Twin Cities metro is pretty much destroyed after a fire started late Monday night.
Government health leaders have a message for people planning to visit a county or state fair: be careful if you pet the pigs. The Centers for Disease Control says it’s seeing a big jump in swine flu cases. Most are in children who’ve recently been to a fair.
Fed up with being “ding dong ditched,” a 45-year-old Farmington man allegedly tackled a juvenile into a fence and then punched the boy up to five times, leaving the juvenile with a separated shoulder, police say.
A day care provider in Farmington has had her license temporarily suspended after a 3-month-old child died at her residence this week.
An 18-year-old Farmington man is accused of attacking another man with a knife with his wife and baby nearby in a dispute over an apartment complex parking space, according to charges filed Thursday in Dakota County Court.
For guys who go with their wives to garage sales, there’s usually not much there for them. That’s why Pat Meachem started having an “All Guy Stuff Sale” at his home in Farmington.
Mike and Tammy Helgestad are cleaning up around their house after this morning’s storms knocked a tree over, and onto their home.
A thirty-four-year-old Farmington woman was arrested last Tuesday night in Dakota County and charged with her fourth DWI.
A small stream near the Mall of America holds a lot of promise for one elusive trophy fish. Trout have been re-introduced to a creek in the Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge.
Minnesota police officers are concerned that a group of jewelry store robbers could get more violent. They’ve hit 13 stores so far, including Douglas Diamonds in Faribault, which was caught on surveillance tape.
Police say a 16-month old child was seriously hurt Tuesday night after falling 10 to 15 feet outside the window of a home in Farmington.
A 40-year-old Owatonna man is accused of swindling more than $70,000 in liquor from stores in Farmington and Hastings, according to charges filed Wednesday in Dakota County Court.
A physical education teacher from Farmington is on his way to Washington D.C. Tuesday, lobbying to make gym class a bigger priority in Minnesota schools. It’s part of National Speak Out Day, a day dedicated to supporting physical education.
A 30-year-old Farmington man is accused of exposing himself to children, asking them if they wanted to touch them and showing them pornography on his cell phone, according to charges filed Thursday in Dakota County Court.
An Owatonna, Minn. man has been charged with driving while intoxicated on Christmas Day with his 2-year-old son in the car.
As a budding musician, Ben Heckmann spends his time honing his skills on the guitar. While most teenagers would be satisfied focusing on this one talent, turn a page in Ben’s life and you’ll find that music is just part of his story.
Louie Schmitz came to Farmington from Red Lake Falls in 1954 and helped start hockey outdoors — the way he prefers it’s played. Since then, he coached hockey and just about every other sport, but that was simply a platform to change lives.
Flying can be stressful and frustrating, especially when there are delays and missed connections. That’s why people are hard at work in Farmington to make your trip as smooth as possible, no matter where you’re flying.
Three men who pleaded guilty to participating in a mortgage fraud scheme that focused on high-end properties in Scottsdale and Paradise Valley, Ariz., have been sentenced to federal prison terms.
A Farmington man who allegedly sped away from police on his snowmobile and crashed into a pond is facing charges.
A 34-year-old Farmington man has been accused of teaching a juvenile how to grow and sell marijuana, which he produced inside his home.
In a ceremony Thursday evening, the City of Farmington paid tribute to World War II veterans, including an Eagan man with an incredible story.
Some of the President Obama’s critics say the drawdown isn’t fast enough, while others say the U.S. is taking a risk by getting out too early. One Minnesota father isn’t sold on the President’s plan.
The Department of Natural Resources and Trout Unlimited are wrapping up a major project to improve aquatic habitat on nearly a mile of the Vermillion River, a trophy brown trout stream near Farmington.