Fire Caused By Lightning Destroys Otsego Home, Damages AnotherA lightning strike early Sunday morning in the northwest Twin Cities metro destroyed homes and badly damaged others, all on the same street.
Alcohol Cited As Factor In Man's Death After WeddingA medical examiner has determined that alcohol was a factor in the death of a man who went missing after a wedding reception in Otsego. Joe Brunn, 23, had been heading for a hotel that night when he went missing.
Funeral Tuesday For Monticello Man Found In Mississippi RiverFamily and friends said their goodbyes to the Monticello man who disappeared after a wedding reception in Otsego earlier this month. Joe Brunn, 23, had been heading for a hotel that night when he went missing. After days of searching, a volunteer found his body in the Mississippi River last week, about a mile away from that hotel.
Monticello Mourns After Missing Man’s Body FoundA body recovered from the Mississippi River in Otsego Thursday afternoon was visually confirmed by investigators to be a 23-year-old Monticello man who had been missing since last Saturday. The Wright County Sheriff's Office says the body of Joe Brunn was found by volunteers in the river at about 11:30 a.m.
Search Resumes For Missing 23-Year-Old Monticello ManSearch efforts resumed Tuesday morning in an effort to try and find a man from Monticello who hasn't been seen since early Saturday morning. Joe Brunn, 23, was last seen at about 2 a.m. Saturday leaving the Boodox Bar in Otsego. He was headed for the nearby Holiday Inn Hotel, but never made it there.
Otsego Family Sends Heartfelt Plea For Help In Search Of Missing ManThe Wright County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in locating a missing man. Joseph Gerald Brunn, 23, has been missing since 2 a.m. Saturday morning.
Behind-The-Scenes At Otsego Medical Cannabis FacilityOn Tuesday, WCCO got an early look inside one of the places where cannabis plants are now legally grown in Minnesota.
DNR Warns Of Drones Around Wildfire BattlesDepartment of Natural Resources firefighters are standing by for what is shaping up to be another dangerous wildfire weekend. Only now they've got a new concern -- unmanned aircraft, otherwise known as drones.

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