Fireworks Cause Reports Of Shots Fired In Jordan Mobile Home ParkPolice in the town of Jordan got multiple calls this morning about shots fired at a mobile home park.
Charges: Woman Threw 'Blizzard' In Officer's FaceA Jordan woman faces criminal charges after a Blooming Prairie police officer says she threw a Dairy Queen Blizzard in his face in March.
Authorities ID Father, Son Killed In Scott County Farming AccidentAuthorities have identified a father and son from Jordan who died when they were electrocuted Sunday in an apparent farming accident.
Best Old School Arcades In MinnesotaBars and arcades throughout Minnesota feature video games of all types from all eras. Here are five best places where you can still find those great vintage electronic games.
Best Comic Book Stores In MinnesotaThe culture of comics is alive and well, with many outlets to satisfy the hunger for this diversion. Read about the five best in Minnesota.
Middle School Students Visit Food Truck To Learn About Starting A BusinessAfter learning how to build their own food truck business, students at Jordan Middle School got a very special treat Monday morning.
WCCO Investigation: New Mold Concerns At Jordan Elementary SchoolA WCCO Investigation found new concerns about an old mold problem inside a Minnesota elementary school.
Man Meets With Family Of Woman He Killed In Drunk Driving CrashThe Department of Public Safety says the night before Thanksgiving is one of the most dangerous for drunk-driver related deaths in Minnesota. That is why they hosted an unusual reunion Tuesday afternoon.
Pedestrian, 85, Struck And Killed In Scott CountyAn 85-year-old man is dead after being struck by a vehicle in Scott County Thursday evening. According to the State Patrol, the crash happened at about 7:30 p.m. along Highway 282 near Morlock Drive.
Jordan Man Charged In Chaska Double Shooting A Jordan man has been charged in connection with a double shooting in Chaska that left two people injured late last week.
Jordan Candy Store's Sign Causes Social Media UproarA popular Minnesota candy store took some heat for putting up a sign that some thought was offensive towards Black Lives Matter. Minnesota's Largest Candy Store, located near Jordan on Highway 169, put up a sign that read, "Join the Movement." Below it read, "#caramelapplesmatter."
Minneapolis' 'Urban Orchard' Lets Folks Pick Unique Apples For FreeBe it SweeTango or Honeycrisp, certain apples make their way into every Minnesota orchard. But Sheila Mitchell also wanted something different. "I came from an apple background. I had a big orchard down in Jordan, Minnesota," Mitchell said. She already had the unusual setting, in the heart of Minneapolis, just feet from Lake of the isles. It is called "Urban Orchard."