South St. Paul Police say a 13-year veteran of their department was arrested Tuesday morning for allegedly driving under the influence and fleeing a peace officer. Sgt. Cory Slifko was off duty and driving his personal car near Rosemount when a 911 call was made about his driving and his possibly damaging road-side mailboxes. When an officer tried to stop Slifko, he allegedly attempted to drive away. He was, however, eventually stopped and arrested at around 10:30 a.m.
Victims of last week’s deadly tornado in Oklahoma say they will rebuild. And Minnesotans want to help.
Authorities said a Rosemount man was one of five people killed in an avalanche near Denver, Colo., earlier this week.
Unless you’re one of the few teams to end a season with a state championship, there’s nothing like the feeling of winning a section title and earning that coveted trip to state.
A couple from Rosemount, a woman who watches the news and a father of three boys all gathered with two dozen other strangers in Rosemount Saturday afternoon to search for missing St. Paul woman Kira Trevino.
If St. Thomas basketball’s assistant coach Mike Keating were to snag a nasty little paper cut while dishing out scouting reports, I’m certain his blood would not be a maroon hue.
A 32-year-old Rosemount man who is a war veteran is accused of threatening to kill his neighbors and police and then barricaded himself inside his home, according to charges filed Wednesday in Dakota County Court.
One man is in custody after a standoff with police.
An 18-year-old Rosemount man is accused of assaulting a classmate during a gym class football game last week, according to charges filed Tuesday in Dakota County Court.
A “Call Me Maybe” parody inviting Adrian Peterson to a school in Rosemount has more than 280,000 hits on YouTube. But today, it got results.
A 44-year-old Rosemount man has pleaded guilty to leaving the scene after hitting and killing a 26-year-old woman in Apple Valley, according to the Dakota County Attorney’s Office.
A 53-year-old Rosemount woman died after Tuesday’s motorcycle crash near Montgomery, Minn., in Le Sueur County, the state patrol reports.
A Rosemount woman is accused of forging student loan checks from her niece, depositing them into an account and then withdrawing that money at a casino, according to charges filed Thursday in Dakota County Court.
A Tuesday night trip to a Rosemount bar last December drew a line between one man’s rights and the law.
Last week, a suspected drunken driver was pulled over by Rosemount police, only to flee and take officers on a 110 mph chase.
Justin Sabo attended high school in Rosemount, and later Apple Valley at the School of Environmental Studies. He was awarded an Eagle Scout during that time. He enlisted in the U.S. Army in August of 1997 (at the age of 18), attending Basic Training at Ft. Benning, Georgia.
A freshman Republican Minnesota legislator is ready to say whether he will try to trade up to the U.S. Senate.
For months, some businesses in one Twin Cities suburb have been complaining that the cops are costing them money. So, WCCO asked for the numbers and spent a Friday night staked out on the streets.
Some bars and restaurants in Rosemount are fed up over what they say are unnecessary police pullovers. The city’s police chief is now taking a close look at traffic stops to see if something’s wrong.
A video game developed by the University of Minnesota is teaching teens the consequences of distracted driving. The internet-based game called “Distraction Dodger” was developed by the U’s Intelligent Transportation Systems Institute.
Investigators say a 36-year-old man charged with driving while intoxicated over the weekend had a role in a fatal criminal vehicular operation case in the 1990s.
A Minnesota high school principal is apologizing for a pep rally prank earlier this month in which blindfolded students were surprised to find they had kissed their parents in front of hundreds of classmates.
A driver was transported to the hospital after a semi overturned on Highway 55 at Doyle Path in Rosemount.
Each week, we like to say thanks to school organizations that are giving back to the community.
A Burnsville man has been found guilty of murder, after a judge rejected the idea that he was mentally ill at the time of the fatal shooting.