The family of a missing Anoka man want to know how his body wound up in a rented RV. A bachelor party, on their way to the Kentucky Derby, found Kevin Casserly’s body in a storage compartment of the rented camper.
Residents of Cold Spring will mark the one-year anniversary of the shooting death of local police officer Tom Decker with an evening candlelight vigil. The St. Cloud Times reports that city employees organized the Friday vigil at the request of Decker’s widow, Alicia.
Friends and family of Kira Trevino, the St. Paul woman missing since February, gathered Thursday night to pray for justice and for closure.
Just one day after a random shooting in Oakdale that killed a 9-year-old boy, his mother is speaking out and simply wants to know one thing: Why?
The Hennepin County Medical Examiner has determined that the 2-year-old Minneapolis boy who was shot by his brother died of a gunshot wound to the chest.
A community came together Saturday to offer support to a family dealing with the loss of a child.
A vigil will be held this weekend in honor of the 2-year-old boy who died Wednesday when his older brother accidentally shot him.
Two central Minnesota teenagers who were killed during an alleged break-in at a man’s home were cousins and high school athletes who were popular among their schoolmates, officials said.
For eight years, K.G. Wilson worked with troubled youth and helped the families of victims taken by violence cope with the loss.
You don’t expect it in any community, much less the small, tight-knit one of River Falls, Wis.
A call to action will be held in North Minneapolis on Saturday after gun violence took another life earlier this week.
A North Dakota State University community joined together Thursday night to remember four classmates killed in a crash.
Hundreds gathered in Northeast Minneapolis Sunday night to remember a 15-year-old boy who died after jumping onto a freight train with his friends.
The mothers of two murdered children came together in north Minneapolis over the weekend to bring attention to their unsolved cases.
Friends and neighbors would rather be celebrating the new year with Terrell Mayes Jr., than remembering the life of the 3-year-old who died after being hit in the head by a stray bullet.