Farmington Cross Country Duo Chase GloryFarmington High School's Lauren Peterson and Anna Fenske walked together on a track on which they frequently run.
Samsung Phone Explodes In Farmington Teen's HandThe family of a 13-year-old Farmington girl says the teenager's Samsung phone overheated and ignited.
Man Charged In Fatal Hit-And-Run In Elko New Market A Farmington man faces several criminal vehicular homicide charges in the weekend hit-and-run in Elko New Market that left a pedestrian dead.
Farmington Elementary Principal Adopts 'No Homework' PolicyGuess what, kids? No homework. Really. All year. A small but growing number of elementary schools and individual teachers are doing away with the after-school chore to allow kids more time to play, participate in activities, spend time with families, read and sleep.
Best Fall Festivals In MinnesotaHere are five festivals for family fun.
Farmington Golfer's Meteoric Rise To Masters Comes As No Surprise To LocalsSammy Schmitz is one of six amateurs invited to the Masters. He's 35 and barely played golf during his 20s.
Students Pie Teachers In The Face After Food Shelf ChallengeSome students at a Farmington elementary school worked hard to help their neighbors.
Complaint: Man Used GPS Tracker To Terrorize Estranged WifeA Farmington man faces several criminal charges for allegedly terrorizing his estranged wife, who is in the process of divorcing him. The Dakota County Attorney's Office says Marcus Raymond McGibbon, 34, is charged with stalking him wife and violating a restraining order against him.
Youth Hockey Exploding In Popularity Across MinnesotaParticipation at the youngest level -- age 8-and-under -- has surged in the last three years. And this year, Minnesota set a new record, surpassing more than 17,000 kids age 8-and-under for the first time ever.
Rep. Working On Bill To Up Penalty For Interfering With ParamedicsA Minnesota lawmaker says he plans to introduce a bill that would increase the penalties for interfering with emergency medical workers. Republican state Rep. Pat Garofalo of Farmington said Tuesday he plans to introduce the "Public Safety Personnel Protection Act" during next year's legislative session.
Charges: Farmington Man 'Heard Voices In His Head' Before Killing GrandmotherA 35-year-old Farmington man told police he heard voices in his head before killing his grandmother with a hammer, according to charges filed in Dakota County.
4 Things To Know: Minnesota Lynx Day, Farmington Homicide, Diet Soda & MoreFrom the Minnesota Lynx to Coca-Cola and Pepsi, here's a look at the top four stories for Friday, Oct. 16, 2015.

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