A 31-year-old Farmington woman was charged Friday in connection with the loss of $95,000 from the Lakeville bank where she had worked.
A man faces criminal charges after allegedly crashing a scooter into a parked car and leaving the scene.
Nine wheelchair basketball teams from across the Midwest were in Lakeville Saturday to compete in the Junior Northern Conference Tournament.
The good news is that golf season is just around the corner. The bad news is that fairway bunkers will still be out there to make our lives miserable – unless you listen to Crystal Lakes pro Sheryl Maize.
Six firms are vying to manage construction of the $1 billion new Minnesota Vikings football stadium to be built in downtown Minneapolis.
A 22-year-old Burnsville man is accused of drunk driving and attempting to hide from police on the roof of a garage near a set of townhomes, according to charges filed Wednesday in Dakota County Court.
When Bud Moen first picked up his comb and shears, Dwight Eisenhower was president. Ten presidents and 58 years later, Moen is still clipping away.
The Lakeville Police Department is asking for information on a 50-year-old man who was reported missing early last month and is considered an endangered person.
Five Twin Cities suburbs were named among the best places to live in America, according to Money Magazine. Eden Prairie earned the highest ranking among Minnesota cities.
There are 200 players out for football at Lakeville South this fall, but one is missing: Dillon Borowicz.
A distracted driver who caused the death of two women and an unborn child will go to jail for only one year.
The child welfare case against a Lakeville, Minn. dad who abandoned his 11-year-old son last year has been closed.
A Lakeville mother is making it her mission to help others learn CPR after a child nearly drowned in her neighborhood.
A Minnesota beach is closed after tests showed high bacteria levels. The City of Lakeville detected high levels of E. Coli Friday at Valley Lake beach.
Three of four Lakeville middle school students have pleaded guilty to charges in a case involving cell phone photos and privacy.