Cleanup Efforts Of Arden Hills Ammunition Plant Reach MilestoneWork to clean up and clear what once was Minnesota's largest contaminated Superfund site has reached a milestone. Ramsey County officials say the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant in Arden Hills has been cleaned to standards for residential development, paving the way for the Rice Creek Commons development.
H.S. Student, 18, Gets 1 Year For Sexual Coercion Of Young GirlsAn 18-year-old high school student from North Oaks, Minnesota, has been sentenced to one year behind bars for coercing a 12- and a 13-year-old girl into performing a sex act on him in an Arden Hills park.
New MnPASS Lanes Could Be Coming To North MetroThe Minnesota Department of Transportation wants to add new MnPASS lanes in the north metro just outside of the Twin Cities.
Arden Hills City Council Member Seriously Injured In CrashA member of the Arden Hills City Council was seriously injured in a crash in Blue Earth County Sunday night. Authorities say Councilman Robert L. Woodburn, 85, is in the ICU at the Mayo Clinic after an accident in Eagle Lake.
State Patrol: 1 Dead In I-694 Crash In Arden HillsOne person has died after a crash on Interstate 694 Friday night. The accident happened just after 10 p.m. on Snelling Avenue in Arden Hills, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
Man Guilty Of Killing Attorney Now Charged In Bank RobberyA Minneapolis man who pleaded guilty to fatally shooting his ex-boyfriend and business partner at an Arden Hills gas station last summer is now charged with armed bank robbery. Lyle "Ty" Hoffman was sentenced earlier this year to more than 25 years in state prison for the Aug. 11 death of 48-year-old Kelly Phillips, an attorney for medical device maker Boston Scientific.
H.S. Student, 18, Charged With Sexual Coercion Of Young GirlsAn 18-year-old North Oaks, Minnesota, man is accused of coercing a 12- and a 13-year-old girl into performing a sex act on him in an Arden Hills park.
Ty Hoffman Gets 25.5-Year Sentence For Ex's MurderThe man accused of killing his former boyfriend and business partner at an Arden Hills gas station will learn his fate today.
Hoffman Pleads Guilty In Arden Hills Gas Station MurderThe man accused of killing his former boyfriend and business partner in an Arden Hills gas station parking lot last summer has pleaded guilty Friday afternoon. Lyle "Ty" Hoffman, 44, is accused of fatally shooting 48-year-old Kelly Phillips at a gas station on Aug. 11, 2014. He became the subject of a month-long manhunt following Phillips' death.
Ty Hoffman Trial Set To Begin Next FebruaryThe man who is accused of killing his former boyfriend and business partner in an Arden Hills gas station parking lot last summer will stand trial in February. Attorneys failed to reach a plea deal for Lyle "Ty" Hoffman on Monday.
Army Reserve Hosts Ceremony For Returning Twin Cities SoldiersThey returned home months ago, but dozens of soldiers from a Twin Cities based unit are now getting recognition for their tour of duty overseas. The Army Reserve hosted a Welcome Home Warrior Citizen ceremony in Arden Hills, Minn. for members of the 203rd Transportation Company.
Not Guilty Plea Entered For Hoffman In Gas Station Killing CaseLyle "Ty" Hoffman, the man accused of killing his ex-boyfriend at an Arden Hills gas station, is set to be in court around 1 p.m. Friday.
Hoffman Was Allegedly Trying To Change Out Dyed Money At MysticNew details have been released in the Ty Hoffman case. Hoffman has been charged with second degree intentional murder for killing his former boyfriend Kelly Phillips at an Arden Hills gas station on Aug. 11.
Tipster Will Get $40K Reward For Ty Hoffman's ArrestFriends and family of Kelly Phillips said Tuesday that the anonymous tipster who led authorities to suspected murder Ty Hoffman will receive the full $40,000 reward. The tipster called police in Shakopee last Thursday morning after spotting Hoffman in the Southbridge Crossing Shopping Center.
Ty Hoffman's Bail Set At $2 MillionAfter a month on the run, suspected killer Ty Hoffman appeared in court on second-degree murder charges Friday afternoon, and bail was set at $2 million. Hoffman was formally charged Thursday with second-degree intentional murder. On Friday afternoon, he appeared in court wearing a bulletproof vest and no handcuffs.