Sheriff: 3 People Shot At Webster House Party ID'dThe three people shot at a house party in Webster early Saturday morning have been identified.
Rice County Sheriff: 3 People Shot At House PartyThree people were shot at a house party in southern Minnesota early Saturday morning, according to Rice County Sheriff Troy Dunn.
Patrol: Wis. Man Arrested For OWI For 5th TimeA 45-year-old man from northwestern Wisconsin was arrested Sunday night for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence, fifth offense. The Wisconsin State Patrol stopped a vehicle at about 5:30 p.m. being driven by the suspect, identified as Robert Truitt, because he and his passengers were not wearing seat belts.
Family Struggles With Complex System Of Autism CareOne in 68 children has autism. But in some Minnesota communities, kids are being diagnosed at a considerably higher rate -- and nobody knows why. WCCO spent six months documenting what it's like for one Twin Cities family navigating a complicated system of care. By now, Nick St. Sauver has grown used to the constant questions. As an 11-year-old, he has been asking them himself nearly his whole life.
Sheriff: 3-Year-Old Pulled Into Tiller, Killed In Wis. Farm AccidentA 3-year-old boy is dead after accidentally being pulled into a tiller on a western Wisconsin farm, according to the Burnett County Sheriff's Office. At 3:30 p.m. Saturday, emergency personnel responded to the farm accident east of Webster on Austin Lake Road in Meenon, Wisconsin.
Wis. Man Killed In Corn Chopper AccidentA Webster, Wis. man was killed in an accident involving a corn chopper Friday morning, according to the Burnett County Sheriff’s office. Authorities received a report at 11:50 a.m. of a man trapped in a corn chopper near the area of County Road N and County Road D in the town of Daniels. Michael J. Herrick, 64, was pronounced dead at the scene. He was from Webster, Wis.
Minnesota Apple Farmer's Crop Wiped Out By FrostIt was the frigid Tuesday and Wednesday morning temps that have apple lovers the most concerned.