Sheriff: Fisherman Drowns After Falling Into Cannon River A man died Monday in southern Minnesota after he fell into the Cannon River while fishing.
State Patrol: Woman Killed, Driver Jailed After Rollover CrashA woman is dead and a driver is in jail after a rollover crash in southeastern Minnesota Friday afternoon.
State Patrol: 1 Killed In Goodhue County CrashAt least one person is dead after a car pulled in front of a semi in southern Minnesota Friday night.
Sergeant Finds Vehicle Missing For 41 Years In Mississippi RiverA mystery four decades in the making is now solved thanks to a sergeant in southeastern Minnesota.
2 Dead, 1 Injured In Goodhue County RolloverTwo people are dead and one person is injured after a rollover accident in Goodhue County Friday afternoon.
Sheriff: Suspect Stabs K-9, Climbs Tree Naked While FleeingA man is facing felony charges after injuring a K-9 officer and climbing a tree without clothes on while fleeing authorities.
State Patrol: 1 Dead In Semi Vs. Minivan Crash In Goodhue Co.One person is dead and another is injured following a crash between a semi-truck and minivan Tuesday afternoon in Goodhue County.
1 Dead After Motorcycle Hits Sign In Goodhue CountyOne woman is dead after a motorcycle hit a sign in Goodhue County Saturday afternoon.
In Less Than A Week, 5 Motorcyclists Have Died On Minn. RoadsState officials say five motorcyclists have died on Minnesota roads in less than a week, bringing the year’s fatality total up to six.
Crew Pulls Plane From Icy Lake On Minnesota-Wisconsin BorderAuthorities say a single-engine plane was pulled from North Lake after it went through the ice near Welch. The Goodhue County Sheriff's Office says the pilot was able to escape after the nose of the plane went underwater late Friday afternoon.
2 Killed In Goodhue County CrashTwo people are dead after a multi-vehicle crash Friday night in Goodhue County. The Minnesota State Patrol says the accident happened around 8:30 p.m. just north of Zumbrota on Highway 52.
3 MnDOT Plows Hit On SE Minn. Roads Wednesday MorningAt least one person was injured Wednesday morning when three Minnesota Department of Transportation snowplows were rear ended. MnDOT officials say the accidents occurred within three hours of each other on roads in the southeastern part of the state. Visibility has been an issue on these roads due to windy conditions and light-weight snow.