A Twin Cities area pastor is on leave after the Archdiocese says it received a credible sexual abuse allegation.
After her 14-year-old son almost died from a fall off of his skateboard, Mary Barsness of Little Canada has spent hundreds of hours asking young skateboarders and people on bikes to please wear a helmet.
The search resumed Sunday for a missing swimmer in a Twin Cities lake. Authorities say two men tried swimming across Gervais Lake Saturday afternoon. One of them reached the shore, the other never made it. By Sunday afternoon, The Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office said it had recovered the body of a missing man from the lake.
Police say the incident began while two people were attempting to swim across Gervais Lake, which sits between Maplewood and Little Canada. The other swimmer noticed the man was gone after reaching the shore.
One year after a longboarding accident almost killed a Twin Cities teen, he’s sharing his story with the hope that speaking out will save lives.
One person died Sunday after a canoe with three people aboard tipped on a lake in the north Twin Cities metro, according to the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office. Authorities responded at about 11:46 a.m. after receiving a report that a canoe had overturned on Twin Lake in Little Canada.
A motorcyclist from Blaine was killed Wednesday afternoon after a sideswipe collision with a vehicle in Little Canada, according to the Minnesota State Patrol. Officers responded to the crash at about 12:03 p.m. on Interstate 35E near Highway 36.
The Dock 86 store in Little Canada will soon be joined by HOM Furniture and Gabberts in the space that used to serve as the warehouse for Dock 86. All three stores will be attached, and they will open at 9:30 a.m. Saturday.
Just getting to the age of 90 years old is a feat all by itself. Now, add in activities like driving, working out and going to baseball games. Some of us aren’t good at balancing those things at a third of that age. Then you meet Jean Spannaus, who, at 92 years old, works out two days a week and is the inspiration to many.
Cupid’s arrows will be flying this weekend for Valentine’s Day, but after a year off, the little cherub might need some practice before the big day. So, this week’s Guest Pass is to a place that’s been teaching archery for 40 years: Bwana Archery in Little Canada.
A jury has convicted a Little Canada man of first-degree manslaughter for fatally pushing another man into oncoming traffic. Forty-one-year-old Michael Merten III was acquitted of two more serious second-degree murder charges in Ramsey County court Wednesday after the jury began deliberating Monday afternoon.
Federal authorities are searching for two men who wore Halloween masks to rob a Minneapolis-area bank. The FBI said the men robbed a U.S. Bank in Little Canada as it was being opened around 7 a.m. Thursday.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is looking for two men who robbed a Little Canada bank Thursday morning while wearing Halloween masks. The robbery happened at 7 a.m. at the U.S. Bank at 2850 Rice Street. The FBI says two men entered the bank as it was opening and forced two employees to unlock the vault. “Don’t be a hero, it’s not your money,” said one of the suspects to employees.
A former Little Canada chiropractor will spend the next four years behind bars. Fifty-four-year-old Paul Thompson, of Vadnais Heights, admitted to sexually assaulting a woman who had been his patient for more than 10 years. In addition to serving four years in prison, he must also register as a sex offender.
A Little Canada chiropractor accused of sexual assault pled guilty Monday afternoon. Ramsey County Attorney’s Office’s Dennis Gerhardstein said Thompson pled to the charge of third degree criminal sexual conduct Monday.
A 41-year-old man faces second-degree murder charges after getting into a fight on Wednesday. According to the criminal complaint filed by the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office, 47-year-old Robert Hilgren got into a fight with Michael Merten after the latter apparently tried to fight Hilgren’s son at a party on Rice Street in Little Canada.
A busy stretch of interstate in the east metro is closed this weekend as crews take down a couple of bridges. I-35E between I-94 in downtown St. Paul, Minn. and Highway 36 in Little Canada, Minn. closed Friday evening and will reopen Monday. Crews are tearing down the Larpenteur Avenue and Gateway State Trail bridges.
A popular stretch of Twin Cities highway is shutting down Friday evening. Interstate 35E between I-94 in St. Paul and Highway 36 in Little Canada is closed for the weekend. Crews are tearing down the Larpenteur Avenue and Gateway State Trail bridges.
Less than 24 hours after the initial report, a Little Canada, Minn. chiropractor accused of sexually assaulting a patient has now had his license suspended.
A Little Canada chiropractor is under arrest after a patient accused him of sexual assault. Paul Thompson, 45, was charged with two counts of criminal sexual conduct. According to the criminal complaint, the victim told police Thompson penetrated her during one session, and had also touched her inappropriately in earlier visits.
Authorities said there were no injuries but a bowling alley in the north Twin Cities metro suffered significant damage in a fire Monday morning. Crews were called to Saxon Lanes in Little Canada early Monday on a report of a fire.
Drivers all around the metro area may encounter some delays and detours this weekend, and for St. Paul drivers, for the next couple of months. Beginning 10 p.m. Friday, both directions of I-35E will shut down between I-94 in St. Paul and Little Canada, Minn.
A 27-year-old mother has been charged with four criminal counts of criminal vehicular operation after a crash investigators say happened while she was driving drunk.
A 13-year-old from Little Canada is heading to Washington, D.C. in May to compete in the Scripps National Spelling Bee. Now, Jacob Lahti has to learn 600,000 words in several languages.
Authorities say a semi rolled over in the north Twin Cities metro late Tuesday night and created a big mess.