A day after a jury found Neal Zumberge guilty of shooting and killing his neighbor, we’re seeing some of the evidence from the trial.
A jury has found a New Brighton man guilty on all four counts in a deadly neighbor dispute.
Testimony concluded in the murder trial of a New Brighton man accused of killing his neighbor over a deer feeding dispute. Neal Zumberge took the stand in his own defense on Monday, testifying for slightly over one hour.
Jurors heard some riveting audio Thursday in the murder trial of Neal Zumberge. He’s the New Brighton homeowner accused of shooting his neighbor to death in a long-simmering dispute over feeding deer.
The trial of a New Brighton man charged with killing his neighbor is expected to start. Neal Zumberge, 58, is charged with first-degree murder and attempted murder. Police say he shot and killed Todd Stevens and injured Jennifer Damerow-Cleven last May.
A 14-year-old girl riding a bicycle was seriously hurt after being hit by a car in New Brighton late Sunday morning, according to the Minnesota State Patrol. Authorities responded to the accident at about 11:50 a.m. on Silver Lake Road at the ramp to eastbound Interstate 694.
Officials have identified the pre-teen girl who drowned Thursday after jumping into a New Brighton creek.
Despite all the rain we had in May, some of the state is still experiencing moderate drought conditions — and it’s expected that will expand once we get to drier months like July and August.
A New Brighton woman says she and her daughter are being harassed by law enforcement. Michelle Voeller says five times over the past 10 months, officers have knocked on her door late at night and in the early morning looking for someone who doesn’t live there.
Just north of Minneapolis stashed away in its “oasis” of New Brighton, you’ll find a quaint little brewpub bearing the name of Barley John’s. The brewpub’s beer, however, packs quite a bigger punch.
The Minnesota Department of Health says elevated levels of a harmful chemical have been detected in New Brighton’s drinking water system. Health officials say the presence of the chemical — 1, 4-Dioxane — does not pose an immediate health risk, but long-time exposure could present a cancer threat.
A Minnesota woman says a co-worker violated her but she was shocked to learn he didn’t commit a sex crime. We should warn you, the details of the story are disturbing.
Police are searching for the suspect from a car chase that led police from Minneapolis to New Brighton Thursday night. According to the Minneapolis Police Department, just before 10 p.m. an officer attempted to stop a vehicle in Minneapolis as the driver was reportedly acting suspicious.
The Twin Cities Snowshoe Shuffle is turning ten this Saturday, when it’s held again at Long Lake Regional Park in New Brighton. Organizers couldn’t help but notice over the past decade that more and more snowshoers were coming to the event with their dogs in tow.
Three brothers have continued their annual snow art tradition by building a giant sea turtle in the front yard of their Minnesota home.
A New Brighton man has pleaded not guilty to charges of murder and attempted murder in connection to a dispute over feeding deer that turned deadly.
A Ramsey County grand jury has indicted a New Brighton man on new charges of murder and attempted murder in connection to a dispute over feeding deer that turned deadly.
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A 34-year-old Blaine, Minn., man is accused of ejaculating on his co-worker’s desk and in her coffee, charges filed in Ramsey County say. John R. Lind faces two counts of criminal sexual conduct: one for an incident in February and one for an incident late last month.
The Department of Natural Resources hosts a public discussion Thursday about walleye reproduction in Mille Lacs Lake. The presentation and discussion will run from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the New Brighton Community Center at 400 10th St. NW .
A judge found the wife of a man accused of killing his neighbor in New Brighton over a deer-feeding feud not guilty of murder charges Tuesday morning in connection with the April incident. Paula Zumberge, 50, had been charged back in May with aiding and abetting second-degree murder and aiding and abetting second-degree attempted murder.
Residents of New Brighton are waiting to find out how a broken sewer near Long Lake will affect their homes. Monday’s severe winds toppled a tree that uprooted the top of a sewer line just off 16th Terrace Avenue.
The storms that moved through the metro area Monday night were quick, but they caused a lot of damage in some areas. In New Brighton, winds up to 50 miles per hour blew through. Trees were uprooted, leaving a large hole in the ground.
Both sides have rested in the case of a New Brighton woman charged with aiding her husband in the killing of a neighbor. Paula Zumberge, 50, and her husband Neal, 57, were expected to take the stand on Wednesday when her defense attorneys began presenting their case. But after two days of prosecution witnesses and testimony, defense attorney Gary Wolf felt strongly that the state hadn’t proved its case beyond a reasonable doubt.
Testimony continued Tuesday in the fatal feud between neighbors in New Brighton, Minn. over a deer-feeding dispute. Paula Zumberge is on trial for aiding and abetting the second-degree murder of Todd Stevens, and the injuring of Jennifer Cleven, his girlfriend.