Hopkins Police: 4 In Custody After Armed RobberyFour men are in jail after an armed robbery in Valley Park Monday evening.
1 Dog Dead, 2 In Critical Condition Following Hopkins PoisoningsDog owners in Hopkins are on edge. Many are refusing to let their pets out of their sight after several dogs in a Hopkins neighborhood were exposed to dog food tainted with antifreeze.
Reward Offered For Info In Hopkins Dog PoisoningsPolice in Hopkins are offerings a $1,000 reward for information on whoever is poisoning dogs with anti-freeze.
Woman Struck In Hopkins Hit-And-Run DiesThe 75-year-old woman who was struck in a Hopkins hit-and-run earlier this week has died. According to the Hopkins Police Department, the accident occurred around 6 a.m. Wednesday at the intersection of Main Street and 17th Avenue.
Police: Woman Hurt In Hopkins Hit-And-RunHopkins police are looking for the driver who hit a 75-year-old woman and left her in the street with serious injuries.
MDH Identifies Source Of Hopkins' Legionnaires' OutbreakThe Minnesota Department of Health announced it identified the likley source of the recent Legionnaires' disease outbreak that left 22 sick and one dead.
Police Chase In Hopkins Ends In CrashPolice in Hopkins say a suspect with outstanding warrants fled officers on Saturday before crashing into another car.
Suspect In Custody After Police Chase In West MetroA suspect is in custody after leading police on a chase through multiple cities in the west metro Saturday night.
Hopkins Police Not Clowning Around With Facebook ThreatsPolice in Hopkins say a 15-year-old girl made a creepy clown Facebook page that had threats to kill people in Hopkins and other cities.
7 Hopkins Cooling Towers Under Investigation In Legionnaires’ OutbreakInvestigators are focusing on seven cooling towers in Hopkins as they continue to search for the cause of an outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease that left 23 sick and one dead.
MDH: 23 Sick From Hopkins-Associated Legionnaires' Disease OutbreakThe number of people sick with Legionnaires' disease in the Twin Cities is now at 23, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
KFAN Host Among Those Infected In Legionnaires' OutbreakThere are now 20 confirmed cases of Legionnaires' Disease in the Twin Cities, and everyone who has tested positive has lived, worked or visited the city of Hopkins.

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