The identities of the two suspects killed in Friday morning’s police chase-turned deadly shootout have been released. According to the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s office, the deaths of Matthew Vincent Serbus, 36, and Dawn Marie Pfister, 34, have been ruled as homicides, with multiple gunshot wounds listed as the cause of death for both. The duo were killed after a police standoff in Eden Prairie at Highway 101 near Dell Road, which began as a high-speed chase in Chaska on Highway 212.
What began as a routine morning commute Friday down Highway 212 to Chanhassen quickly turned into a bizarre and dangerous scene.
Most of us don’t think of Minnesota as the go-to place for archeological discoveries. But in the past six weeks, several sites near Shakopee have turned up hundreds of ancient finds. Archaeologists have found everything from old tools to animal bones, giving us a glimpse into life thousands of years ago.
Authorities said a 48-year-old Shakopee man died Friday when his car lost control on an icy highway and plunged over the Bloomington Ferry Bridge, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
One person was found dead Friday morning after a car went off the road on Highway 169 and plunged over the Bloomington Ferry Bridge, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
Learning to live their lives without a mother. That’s what five kids from Brooklyn Park are dealing with after she was killed in an accident.
One person was killed when a vehicle left the roadway and hit a tree in Scott County on Wednesday, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
A rolled-over semi is blocking traffic on both eastbound lanes of Highway 212 after a multi-vehicle crash Tuesday afternoon, the State Patrol says.
Funeral arrangements have been finalized for the 12-year-old girl who was hit and killed on Highway 101 in Chanhassen last Wednesday while walking her bike across the highway.
A 12-year-old girl died after she was hit on a busy intersection of Highway 101 in Chanhassen.
Minnesota transportation officials have announced eight flood mitigation projects to be built over the next five years.
Police say multiple people were injured in a crash on Highway 101 in Shakopee Wednesday morning, including two children.
Motorists can use the highway again starting at 3 p.m. That stretch of highway, which spans the Minnesota River, had been closed since March 23 due to construction and spring flooding concerns.
As spring floodwaters rise, so does a lot of orange road closure signs.
It’s a good thing Carleton College students are on spring break, because the flooding on campus would complicate getting around.