'It's Been Stressful': Propane Shortage Adding To Difficult Harvest For Minnesota FarmersMinnesota is now one of eight states under an emergency declaration when it comes to propane.
String Of Thefts Reported In West Hennepin CountyAuthorities are warning west Hennepin County residents after multiple burglaries were reported Friday in Independence, Loretto and Orono.
Loretto Car Dealership Damaged In Overnight FireNearly 100 firefighters were called to help quell flames at a Loretto car dealership late Tuesday night. According to the Loretto fire chief, crews responded to a call around 11:15 p.m. of a fire at Laurent Motor Café. Flames had been spotted coming from a garage door.
House Fire In Loretto Apparently Caused By LightningA house in Loretto sustained minimal damage after catching fire early Wednesday morning. According to reports, a house in the 100 block of Summit Avenue caught fire after it was apparently hit by lightning.
Roughly 4,000 Without Power In Twin CitiesAlmost 4,000 people in the Twin Cities are without power Wednesday morning. According to Xcel Energy center roughly 1,924 people in the Rogers area are without power and another 1,948 people are without power near Woodbury.
Loretto Man Gets 22 Months For Lying About Employee WagesA 52-year-old Loretto man was sentenced Tuesday in U.S. District Court to nearly two years federal prison for lying about employee wages for a company that assisted with state highway and road construction projects.
Good Question: Why Do They Keep Moving Denny Hecker?Over the weekend, we learned that Denny Hecker was on the move again. Serving a ten-year sentence for fraud, Hecker’s been in five different prisons over six months.
From College Baseball To Loretto Mayor's OfficeHow does leading a baseball team compare to leading a small town? The residents of Loretto, Minn. will find out soon when a star second baseman becomes the city's mayor, even though he's only 23.