Kenneth Miller Pleads Guilty Again To Making, Selling Explosives After 'Popular Science' Magazine ProfileA Brownsville man pleaded guilty Tuesday to one count of making and selling explosive materials, in a case spurred by an article in “Popular Science” magazine.
Madison Police Searching For Missing Youth Find Explosives, Pot Growing OperationTown of Madison police thought the juvenile might be at the house in Monona but was not found there during Sunday's search.
Man Injured By Explosives, More Found At ResidenceAuthorities are investigating a residence in the Emily area after a man suffered an explosives-related hand injury.
Bail Set For Minnesota Teen Accused In Waseca Attack PlotA judge has set bail for a Minnesota 18-year-old accused of planning to kill his family and attack his high school. Judge Larry Collins on Monday ordered John LaDue held on bail of $750,000 without conditions or $500,000 with conditions.
Teen Accused Of Planning School Attack Certified As AdultA Waseca teenager accused of planning to kill his family and attack his high school will stand trial as an adult on explosives charges, a judge ruled Friday, citing the seriousness of the allegations. Waseca County District Judge Robert Birnbaum also ordered that John LaDue be immediately transferred from a juvenile center to the county jail pending his first adult court appearance.
Investigators: Teen Planned To Kill Family, Bomb Schools A Waseca, Minn. teenager has been charged with attempted murder, possessing explosives, and attempting to damage property after allegedly planting a number of devices at a school playground.
Wis. Town Uses Explosives On Frozen CreekOne Wisconsin town among the many dealing with frozen waterways and clogged drains because melted snow has no place to go has tried an explosive new approach: blowing up a creek. Town of Onalaska officials hired a blaster to stick several hundred sticks of plastic explosives in the frozen Sand Lake Coulee Creek and blow it up on Friday.
Explosives Bring Down More Of The MetrodomeConstruction crews took a big step Sunday towards demolishing the Metrodome. Anyone in the downtown area may have heard a loud blast as explosives were used to take down a concrete ring beam inside the Dome.
Despite Gun Debate, ATF Still Boxed In By PoliticsWhen President Barack Obama picked B. Todd Jones to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, it looked like the moment had arrived when the beleaguered ATF would reassert itself as an agency with teeth.
Minneapolis Aquatennial Goes Out With Quite A BangOne of the biggest celebrations is going out with a bang. The Minneapolis Aquatennial highlights everything we love about Minnesota summers: the sunshine, the lakes and being outside. The festival closed late Saturday with one of the largest fireworks displays in the country. The Target Fireworks show is annual tradition, lighting up the late July sky above the Mississippi. Doug Taylor is president of Zambelli Fireworks Internationale.
Obama's ATF Nomination Sent To Full SenatePresident Barack Obama's nomination of B. Todd Jones to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has been sent to the full Senate. Obama picked Jones to lead the ATF following the mass shooting in December at a Connecticut elementary school where 20 children and six adults were killed.
New Leader Appointed To ATF's St. Paul OfficeThe U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has appointed a veteran agent to lead operations in Minnesota and surrounding states, the agency announced Tuesday.
Police Standoff Ends Peacefully In St. PaulA police standoff with a man inside a car for much of the afternoon ended peacefully Tuesday night, according to St. Paul Police Spokesperson Howie Padilla.
Old Dynamite Found In Carver Co. HouseThe Bloomington Bomb Squad was summoned to a home near Mayer, Minn. after a resident found an old box filled with dynamite.
Suspicious Discovery At Fed Bldg. By Ft. SnellingOfficials were brought in to investigate a suspicious discovery made overnight at the Bishop Henry Whipple Federal Building near Fort Snelling.