Sheriff: Assault By Brother Leaves Man With Severe Head InjuryA man was arrested west of the metro last week after admitting to an assault that left another man, who witnesses said was his brother, with a severe head injury.
'It’s Like A Bad Dream': Father Mourns Loss Of Children In Watertown FireTwelve-year-old Tyler,3-year-old Layla, and their mother, Tia Nustad, died when the flames overtook the home early Saturday morning just outside Watertown.
Sheriff: Pedestrian Critical After Hit By Car In WatertownA 23-year-old man is in critical condition after being hit by a car Friday night, according to the Carver County Sheriff's office.
Mom, 2 Children Dead After Carver Co. Fire, Neighbors SayFamily members say Tia Nustad died after her Watertown home caught fire early Saturday morning. Her children Tyler and Layla were also killed in the fire.
Transformer Explosion Leaves 2,500 In Watertown Without PowerA transformer exploded in Watertown, Minn. Monday night causing widespread power outages, according to the Watertown fire chief.
Man Rescued From Carver County LakeA boater was rescued from a Carver County lake Tuesday afternoon. County officials say a man called 911 just after 2:30 p.m. to report that his boat had partially tipped over on Oak Lake, just east of Watertown.
CPR: Wis. Oil Train Derailment Due To Broken RailCanadian Pacific Railway says a broken rail caused an oil train derailment in southeastern Wisconsin last weekend. The railroad said Wednesday the defect was not visible to the naked eye.
After Devastating Storm, Watertown Orchard Remains ResilientMinnesota apple orchards are reaping the benefits of a bumper crop this season, yet one grower in Watertown won't see the full harvest.
Downed Trees Are Mulched, Chipped And Recycled After StormsClean up continues after a tornado touched down this weekend in Carver County. Debris from the Friday night twister was scattered all around the communities of Watertown and Hollywood, and many are still hauling it all away.
Thousands Still Without Power Day After Severe StormsThousands are still without power in Minnesota more than a day after severe weather caused damage to power lines and outages across parts of the state.
4 Things To Know: Power Outages, Trump Under Fire & A Record-Breaking ConcertHere’s what you need to know for July 19, 2015.
Watertown Cancels Festival To Clean Up From StormThe timing of the Saturday morning storm could not be worse for the Watertown area. The town was celebrating its annual Rails to Trails summer festival, but organizers canceled the event after surveying the damage.