Hugo Man Sentenced In 'Brutal' Sexual Assault Of Vulnerable AdultA 21-year-old Hugo man has been sentenced for brutally sexually assaulting his roommate who is developmentally delayed, according to the Washington County Attorney’s Office.
Sheriff: 1 Dead After Accident Involving Semi, Front End Loader In HugoAuthorities say a man died Wednesday after a crash involving a tractor trailer and front end loader in Hugo.
Tough Mudder X Gets Underway In HugoThe event is one mile and features 10 obstacle courses as well as 10 workouts.
Twin Cities Takes On Tough Mudder XThis summer the Twin Cities will push tough to its limits. Tough Mudder X is the ultimate race to determine the fittest and fastest athletes in the world.
Hugo Family Loses Everything To House FireEverything from bikes to basketballs, their clothes, family photos, and furnishings are somewhere in the blackened rubble.
Hugo Business Total Loss After FireAuthorities say a business north of the Twin Cities metro is a total loss after a fire early Sunday morning.
Washington Co. Sheriff Seeking Person Of Interest In String Of BurglariesAuthorities in Washington County are looking for a person of interest in several home break-ins and attempted break-ins last week.
Best Summer Day Camps In MinnesotaThe inevitable cries of boredom can be beat this summer by enrolling kids in day camp. Check out these excellent choices to help narrow down the vast options statewide.
Minnesota Allergist Aims To Wipe Out Allergies By Toughening Immune SystemsBaseball games, school lunches and chocolate candy, just a few of the places you can find peanuts. But what is an indulgence for some is a demon for others.
2-Car Crash Closes Northbound I-35E Near HugoParts of Interstate 35E are closed Tuesday morning due to a car accident. According to the Minnesota Department of Transportation, northbound I-35E is closed at Highway 14 near the Hugo area.
Minnesota Man With ALS Hopes Stem Cells Save His LifeA Minnesota man living with Lou Gehrig's Disease is hoping a unique treatment can help him defy the odds.
Minnesota Company To Pay $20K For Disturbing Refuge PlantsThe U.S. Attorney's office says a Hugo construction company has agreed to pay $20,000 for allegedly disturbing plants in a national wildlife refuge.

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