Senate Passes Bill Renaming Minnesota Post OfficeA bill that would rename the Cold Spring post office after slain Officer Tommy Decker has passed the U.S. Senate and is heading to President Barack Obama's desk to be signed into law.
Investigation Clears Man In Officer Decker's DeathThe man accused of murdering a Cold Spring officer in 2012 has been cleared of any charges. Authorities say evidence shows a second suspect, who committed suicide before being questioned, would have been arrested in the officer's death.
Dayton Signs Bill Naming Road For Slain OfficerGov. Mark Dayton is signing a bill to rename 11 miles of State Highway 23 after slain Cold Spring police officer Tom Decker.
Man Accused In Cop Killing Pleads Guilty To StalkingThe man once accused of killing a Cold Spring police officer has pleaded guilty to stalking his ex-girlfriend.
Basketball Game To Raise Funds For Decker FamilyLaw enforcement officers in Dakota County are participating in a basketball tournament to raise funds for the family of a slain Cold Spring police officer.
Man Previously Jailed In Cop's Death Accused Of StalkingThe man once accused in the death of a Cold Spring police officer has been accused of stalking his ex-girlfriend.
Decker, Partner & 'Person Of Interest' Linked Before Officer's DeathCold Spring Police Officer Tom Decker was one of two officers who arrested Eric Thomes, now a person of interest in Decker's murder, in a previous incident.
Man Accused In Cop's Death Returns To Ransacked HomeWhen Ryan Larson, the man who was arrested and then released after a Cold Spring officer was killed, returned to his apartment for the first time since being named a suspect, he said he was shocked at what he found.
911 Transcripts Released In Decker Case Transcripts of 911 calls after the shooting of a Cold Spring police officer show a caller describing a "noisy black van" leaving the scene.
$100K Reward Offered In Cold Spring Officer ShootingA reward of up to $100,000 is being offered for information regarding the shooting death of Cold Spring Officer Tom Decker.