Two women got DWIs on the same morning for driving the same car.
It happened just after 6 a.m. in Lino Lakes late last month. The incident was captured on dash cam video, as police pulled over the car on the side of I-35 with both women inside.
Authorities said there were no injuries but a home was heavily damaged in a fire north of the Twin Cities early Sunday morning.
A rollover accident shut down part of Interstate 35W near Lino Lakes overnight Friday. The incident occurred around 2 a.m. Saturday morning. The passenger was trapped inside the vehicle.
A Lino Lakes woman faces charges after police say she was seen smoking meth in a McDonald’s parking lot with a 14-year-old child in the car.
Lino Lakes police hope surveillance images taken of a suspected bank robber will help lead to his arrest. On Wednesday at 11:42 a.m., a Wells Fargo bank in Lino Lakes was robbed and is now under investigation by Lino Lakes authorities and the FBI.
Concerned citizens in Lino Lakes say they are worried because soon they will have fewer firefighters in their city, and lawyers for the group say they expect to file a lawsuit against the city council.
The owner of a massage and skin care business in Lino Lakes, Minn. was charged Friday for allegedly making fraudulent charges on her customer’s accounts. Stephanie Rae Lasch, owner of Stone Water Massage & Skin Care, was charged with felony identity theft.
A Forest Lake, Minn. man has been charged with three criminal counts after he allegedly broke into his ex-wife’s house and stole cheese from her refrigerator. The criminal complaint says police in Lino Lakes responded to a call very early the morning of March 28.
Authorities in Anoka County are holding three community forums to discuss the dangers of heroin, opiates and prescription painkillers.
A Minnesota family is grieving the loss of a mother and a wife after a tragic accident. At about 6 p.m. Tuesday night, 48-year-old Peggy Keocher, of Stacy, Minn., was riding in a car as her daughter Becky drove north on I-35W near Lino Lakes.
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A 50-year-old pedestrian was seriously injured when she was struck by a vehicle in St. Cloud Thursday evening. The incident happened on the 3700 block of Division Street West at about 7 p.m.
A snow plow driver allegedly on meth crashed a stolen truck with a plow on it, broke into a nearby home, and told the homeowner, “It’s a chase” before police ended up catching him on foot close by.
The rising cost to house prison inmates has many looking to a Minnesota Christian faith-based rehabilitation program for inspiration.
An 11-year-old Lino Lakes boy heroically saved his 3-year-old brother from a bee attack in late August. Now, he’s being honored by the City of Lino Lakes and the Lino Lakes Police Department.
A worker in Lino Lakes was badly injured when a forklift fell on him Wednesday morning, according to the Anoka County Sheriff’s Office.
In the past 25 years, there’s been an effort to bring the osprey back as a nesting species to the Twin Cities.
A motorcyclist was seriously injured in a crash with another vehicle in Ramsey, Minn. Saturday afternoon.
Water in Lino Lakes has gotten the “all-clear” and is safe to drink as of 3:45 p.m. Tuesday, says the Minnesota Department of Health.
The city of Lino Lakes is advising its residents to avoid the water system until further notice.
On a windswept Peltier Lake in Anoka County, a crew of caring folks jump in a boat for a short jaunt to an island. On the far north end of the lake, the protected bird sanctuary is a nature study still in progress.
For the second day in a row a black bear has wandered into a populated area. This time the bear was spotted in Lino Lakes running out of a ditch and into the path of a car.
Students having problems with reading now have a new, very unique classroom as an option: Horse powered reading.
Miller’s on Main may not be a major destination for a great lobster dinner. But combine delicious crustaceans and a popular game of chance, and you’ll see folks lining up.
As he walks down to the shoreline of his beloved Peltier Lake, Ron Marier can once again smile at the sight of blue herons building their nests. Just off his shoreline sits Peltier Island, and Marier can easily keep tabs on the nesting activity.