When you head to the fair, there are some guaranteed things you’ll enjoy — the food, carnival games and the livestock.
An 11-mile stretch of state highway officially gets designated the “Tom Decker Memorial Highway” next week in honor of the slain Cold Spring police officer. The tribute is among the batch of new laws taking hold on Thursday.
Armyworms are being blamed for damaging a number of central Minnesota cornfields in recent days, though experts aren’t sure about the extent and severity of the infestation.
The Fourth of July weekend is a time to give thanks to the men and women serving our country. No one knows that better than a family from Holdingford. Last year, while Christine Schreiner’s son, Lance Cpl. Andrew Schreiner, was serving in Afghanistan, she started a message board for him on her horse barn. That giant message board was a popular stop before our story aired last July. And the family says afterwards, it really took off.
Gov. Mark Dayton has declared a state of emergency in 26 counties after storms and flash flooding last month. The executive order will allow the state to call for federal disaster assistance in the areas hit hardest by storms.
The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension has released an age-enhanced photo of a man who went missing from St. John’s University over 10 years ago.
In Eden Prairie friends and family aren’t giving up the search for Mandy Matula after coming up empty over the weekend. Mandy was reported missing after she didn’t show up to work last Thursday.
Eighty years after the end of prohibition, there’s a company distilling whiskey legally in Minnesota.
A 17-year-old Sauk Rapids boy has been charged as an adult in the deadly assault of a man in St. Cloud, the Stearns County Attorney’s Office announced Monday.
When 34-year-old Ryan Michael Larson was released from custody, Stearns County officials said they lacked evidence of probable cause. At that moment, the Nov. 29 killing of Cold Spring police officer Thomas Decker became an even more troubling mystery. If Larson wasn’t responsible for the cold-blooded killing, who was?
December represents a Minnesota tradition – the late goose hunt. Since there are so many, I joined Pete Schmitz this week for a journey into the field.
A 23-year-old St. Cloud man has received a life sentence in prison for torturing and sexually assaulting a 21-year-old woman, according to the Stearns County Attorney’s Office.
At least twenty cases of vandalism have been reported in Stearns County just this past week, according to authorities.
A 28-year-old Walker man has been charged with allegedly shooting a man multiple times, killing him, before being shot by a deputy, according to the Stearns County Sheriff’s Office.
Police are investigating a drive-by shooting in St. Joseph Township that allegedly involved a vehicle carrying an infant. The Stearns County Sheriff’s Office says the shooting happened along County Road 160 on Wednesday afternoon.
Stearns County authorities recovered $60,000 worth of methamphetamine during an early morning bust on Friday.
The Minnesota state fire marshal’s office is helping investigate a fatal fire near Paynesville.
Authorities in central Minnesota say a teen whose all-terrain vehicle sustained a flat tire has died after the vehicle flipped over, pinning him underneath.
Governor Mark Dayton announced the appointment of Mr. Leonard A. Weiler as a District Court judge in Minnesota’s Seventh Judicial District on Monday.
Christine Reitsma, an 18-year-old college student from Sauk Centre, Minn., was crowned the 59th Princess Kay of the Milky Way Wednesday night at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds.
A Sauk Centre, Minn. man was injured after he was pinned against a wall by a bull Saturday morning.
Stearns County authorities are looking for a man with a Superman T-shirt after a girl said Monday that a man wearing such a shirt tried to abduct her.
Authorities say a 75-year-old man was killed in a farm accident in Stearns County.
Authorities in Stearns County are seeking the public’s help to solve a series of boat and pontoon thefts.
A 44-year-old Illinois man was sentenced to 10 years in prison on Wednesday in connection with the Aug. 16, 2009 crash that killed a 19-year-old man in Stearns County.