Olga Franco del Cid, Previously Convicted In Crash That Killed 4 MN Children, Pleads Guilty To Illegally Re-Entering USA Guatemalan woman who caused a crash that killed four Minnesota students in 2008 has pleaded guilty to illegally re-entering the United States.
Benefit Set For Landyn Berends, 12-Year-Old Boy In Need Of Heart TransplantLandyn Berends, 12, is alive thanks to the quick response from school workers -- but his need for help is not over yet.
Woman Convicted In Deadly Bus Crash Faces Federal CountsOlga Franco del Cid was convicted of criminal vehicular homicide after crashing a minivan into a school bus near Cottonwood in 2008, killing four students.
VIDEO: Special Glasses Allow Minnesota Boy To See Color For The First TimeA touching moment was captured on video when a southwestern Minnesota boy saw color for the first time.
Sheriff: Pipeline Leak Near Cottonwood Caused By Person, Not Faulty PipelineLyon County officials say a diesel fuel pipeline leak was caused by a person, and was not an error with the pipeline.
'Significant Efforts' Underway After Pipeline Leaks Diesel Fuel Near CottonwoodContainment efforts are underway after a pipeline leaked diesel fuel near Cottonwood Wednesday evening.
Derailed Train Spills Corn In Western MinnesotaBNSF Railway crews are working to clear a derailed train that spilled 23 loads of corn Friday evening.
Survivor Of 2008 School Bus Crash Graduates As ValedictorianSeven years ago, rescuers in southwest Minnesota faced a horrifying scene when a van slammed into a school bus near the town of Cottonwood. But from that tragedy comes a heartwarming gesture, seven years later, from a student who survived and went on to become valedictorian.
NRCS Announces Cover Crop Sign-Up For Drought-Affected Counties State conservation services are offering $400,000 in federal funds for drought-affected farmers to plant cover crops so that livestock might be fed and erosion controlled.
A Minn. H.S. Wrestler's Improbable StoryIt takes hard work and determination to make it to the state tournament. And it's a safe bet that no wrestler has worked harder to get here than senior Derek Varpness.