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.
Police are investigating after $200,000 worth of semi-truck, bus, pick-up truck and passenger care tires were stolen from a Pomp’s in Lino Lakes, Minn.
Authorities are looking into the possibility that an inmate was sexually assaulted by a corrections officer at a juvenile detention facility.
Congresswoman Michele Bachmann spent her Tuesday morning pumping people’s gas. No, it’s not a career change, it’s part of her energy tour through Minnesota’s Sixth Congressional District.
A 29-year-old Braham woman is accused of stealing nearly $2,000 worth of merchandise from several Target stores over the span of a month, according to charges filed Friday in Anoka County Court.
A person had to be extricated from a jeep after it was involved in a crash involving a school bus and semi tractor-trailer in Lino Lakes, according to police.
There are more than 11,000 cubic yards of the shredded tires waiting to be used as light weight fill to strengthen soggy soils under a shifting Hanson Boulevard in Andover.
Police say a body discovered in Rice Lake was likely that of a man who went missing on Friday.
The Minnesota Lynx season has ended and the Timberwolves are on a lockout, but that didn’t stop them from coming together for a good cause.
A group of Minnesota Timberwolves employees is using the down time created by the NBA’s lockout for a good cause.
A man who told police he was high on meth is locked up the Chisago County Jail after a two-state police chase that lasted for more than an hour Tuesday night.