Parents Concerned Teachers, Programs Could Be Cut Due To Shakopee Budget ShortfallParents packed Shakopee West Junior High Monday night to hear the Shakopee superintendent explain what went wrong, and what it means going forward.
'It’s Child Pornography': Attorney On Teens Sharing SextsCriminal defense attorney Joe Tamburino says many teens just don't get it.
Shakopee Public Schools Investigate ‘Transmittal Of Inappropriate Images’Shakopee Public Schools officials say they are working with police to investigate a “transmittal of inappropriate images” among some of the school’s students.
Life Story: Janna WoodA young woman with a big personality made her mark in law enforcement, even though she did not wear a badge.
Patient With Dementia Dies After Drinking Detergent, MDH SaysThe report said the patient had a history of poor judgement and had a tendency to take food and drinks from the kitchen.
4 Things To Know: Fatal Stabbing In Mpls., Boycott Of InaugurationHere's a look at the four things you need to know for Sunday, Jan. 15, 2017.
ACLU-MN Calls For Reform Following Mankato Police ShootingThe American Civil Liberties Union of Minnesota is calling for transparency and reform following the fatal police shooting of a Shakopee teacher.
Parents Of Teacher Killed By Police 'Perplexed' By His Violent EndThe parents of a Twin Cities teacher who was shot and killed by a police officer are speaking out for the first time.
Worker Dies After Fall Into Shakopee Malting Plant Grain BinA 58-year-old South St. Paul man died Monday evening after falling into a large grain bin at a Shakopee plant, making contact with some processing equipment.
Officials: Sprinklers Save Car Fire From Spreading To Building In ShakopeeOfficials say sprinklers saved a Twin Cities business from being destroyed by an overnight fire.
Investigation Continues After Man Dies In MPD CustodyOfficials are continuing to investigate after a Minneapolis man died while in police custody earlier this week. The Star Tribune reported 48-year-old Gerard Ryan was booked into the Hennepin County jail just after midnight Friday.
Amazon To Nearly Double Shakopee WorkforceIt has not even been operating for six months, but the Amazon.com plant in Shakopee already plans to nearly double its workforce.