A Ramsey County judge has denied a request from prosecutors who wanted tougher charges against a woman accused of trying to suffocate her 5-month-old son.
It’s what every kid who plays high school football dreams about from the first day of fall practices: Playing for a state championship.
It’s hard to believe that we’re just less than two weeks away from the 2012 prep football season being over. By next Saturday, state champions will be crowned in seven classes across the state.
When football teams gathered for the first football practices of the season back in August, everyone had dreams of getting to the state playoffs and playing for a championship in the Metrodome. Friday night, 42 teams will realize that goal of winning a section title and moving on to the state tournament.
If you missed the Rally, we’ve got the highlights of the biggest games in high school football right here.
This is one of the best times of the year to be a high school football fan. With only three regular season games left, teams have that many more opportunities to win and get positive momentum going heading into the playoffs.
It’s election season in Hutchinson, with campaign signs for mayor, city council and even president. But one name overshadows them all.
A 25-year-old man has pleaded guilty to robbing a Citizens bank in Hutchinson, Minn. in July 2012.
There were a lot of big games with late season implications last week as most teams around the state played in just their second game.
It’s Week 2 in the Minnesota high school football season, which is typically one of the favorites for coaches.
A man is in critical condition after a nearly all-day standoff near Hutchinson, Minn.
Police say they’ve apprehended the Hutchison bank robbery suspect who fled into a cornfield Tuesday afternoon after allegedly demanding money from a Citizens Bank on Highway 15.
Police are searching for a Hutchinson bank robbery suspect who eluded police in a pursuit before fleeing into in a nearby corn field.
Minnesota Lynx guard Lindsay Whalen lent a helping hand last week in Hutchinson to some young basketball players.
For nine years, a Hutchinson mother has coped with the fact there’s no cure for her son’s rare genetic disorder. Until now. Mason Schwarzrock was diagnosed at 16 months with a condition called Angelman’s Syndrome.