10-Year-Old Bicyclist Hit By Car And Killed In WasecaPolice in Waseca say a 10-year-old boy was hit and killed by a car while he was riding his bike Wednesday evening.
Waseca Man Gets 8th DWI With 2 Kids In MinivanDeputies stopped a Waseca man over the weekend for his 8th DWI in 30 years. This time, he had two little kids in his minivan.
Patrol: Bicyclist, 56, Hit By Car In WasecaThe State Patrol was investigating Sunday morning after a 56-year-old bicyclist in Waseca was hit by a car.
LaDue Back Home After Being Discharge From Treatment CenterHe was accused of plotting a mass killing at his school in Waseca. Now, more than two years later, he's going home.
Twins Coach Gene Glynn Stays Close To His Roots In WasecaIn Minnesota, Gene Glynn is so much more than a coach for the Twins -- he was the first-ever Mr. Basketball in the state, out of Waseca in 1975.
Waseca Police: Arson Suspected In Tink Larson Field FireAuthorities suspect the fire that destroyed part of a Waseca baseball field earlier this month was started purposefully.
Waseca Police Seek Help IDing Person Of Interest In Baseball Field FirePolice in Waseca are seeking the public's help locating an individual who was observed near Tink Larson Field the day before a fire destroyed the park.
Couple Found Dead In Shakopee; Suspect Later Kills Himself In StandoffA 40-year-old man suspected of killing his parents in Shakopee killed himself after a standoff in Waseca Tuesday, according to Shakopee police.
Fire Destroys Parts Of Historic Baseball Field In Southern MinnesotaA fire destroyed much of an historic ballpark in southern Minnesota Wednesday evening. According to the Waseca Fire Department, just after 8 p.m. firefighters responded to flames at Tink Larson Field in Waseca.
Buzzer Beaters Drop Jaws In Quadruple-OT Waseca-Marshall MatchThe back half of the Minnesota Section 2AAA boys basketball championship game between Waseca and Marshall was next level cray.
Waseca Teen Accused In Bomb Plot Will Not Return HomeA Waseca teen who took a plea deal after being accused of plotting a mass killing at his high school will not return home. John LaDue, 19, must be released from jail Thursday because he reached the limit for his conviction of having an explosive device.
Teen In Waseca School Bomb Plot May Return HomeThe teenager who made a plea deal after being charged with plotting to kill his family and set off explosives at his school may end up returning home. According to reports at the CBS affiliate in Mankato, a review hearing was held this week in Waseca County for John LaDue.