Police say two people were found dead Monday at a home behind the Nicollet County Courthouse in St. Peter. Police Chief Matt Peters tells KEYC-TV that the victims, who were found in a home on the 600 block of South Front Street, suffered gunshot wounds. Peters also says that the public is not in danger and no other suspects are being pursued.
An ex-convict dubbed the “Man in Black” bank robber has admitted stealing more than $110,000 in 31 bank robberies across Minnesota.
The reward has now doubled for information leading to a missing Colorado woman with Minnesota ties.
It’s not spring yet but some people south of the metro are already dealing with an unwelcome sign of spring: Flooding.
Snow and rain will continue to fall throughout Minnesota well into Sunday with the possibility of a big snow storm beginning Sunday night in the extreme southwestern part of the state.
Steady rain on Saturday has forced MnDOT to close a 10-mile stretch Highway 169 south from St. Peter to Mankato until Sunday.
A woman with ties to Minnesota is missing in Colorado. The last time anyone heard from 51-year-old LeAnn “Annie” Meyer, of St. Peter, Minn., was two weeks ago, back on February 23.
A state task force head says a federal court considering lawsuit challenging the Minnesota Sex Offender Program expects the state to address continuing concerns about its constitutionality.
Two Minnesota House districts are holding special elections to replace lawmakers who resigned after the last election.
Influenza outbreaks are forcing Minnesota schools and hospitals to make changes to protect students and visitors.
Two state representatives have formally submitted their resignations, allowing Gov. Mark Dayton to set special elections to fill their seats.
Former state lawmaker and longtime Republican activist Allen Quist says wants to return to the Minnesota Legislature.
A Democratic state representative reelected last month to his St. Peter-area seat is resigning for a new job.
A level 3 sex offender will relocate from Golden Valley to Minneapolis, according to Minneapolis Police.
A man who was badly burned when an Illinois grain elevator exploded two years ago knows he may ultimately get a big chunk of the $181 million that a federal jury awarded him and two co-workers who were seriously injured in the blast. He just doesn’t know how much good it will do him.