Roseville Man Accused Of Leaving Threatening Notes At Homes With ‘Black Lives Matter’ Signs, Inclusive MessagesA 49-year-old Roseville man is accused of leaving notes threatening violence and arson at the homes of several residents with signs supporting Black Lives Matter and other messages of inclusion.
St. Cloud, Roseville Approve Face Mask OrdinancesThe list of Minnesota cities requiring face masks and covering keeps growing.
'Roseville Rejects Racism' Rally Held After A String Of Bias-Related CrimesThe Roseville Rejects Racism rally was organized after a string of bias-motivated crimes involving the Black Lives Matter movement.
Death Investigation Underway In Roseville; Several Taken Into CustodySeveral people are in custody Friday morning in connection to a death investigation in Roseville.
Roseville Cancels Fourth Of July Fireworks, Rose ParadeThere’ll be less Fourth of July fireworks in the Twin Cities this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jahree Mashoun Walker, 18, Charged In Connection To Non-Fatal Shooting In Roseville WednesdayPolice say cell phone video and witness accounts revealed an altercation involving six to eight people in a parking lot before the shooting.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: 23 People Charged For Violating Stay-At-Home OrderWalz and the Minnesota Department of Public Safety have encouraged education over enforcement of the order.
Roseville Police Want Help IDing Armed Robbers Who Targeted Walgreens StoreRoseville police are asking for the public to help them to identify two people who robbed a Walgreens store.
Man, 62, Pleads Guilty In Crash That Killed 2 PedestriansInvestigators determined after a pickup truck struck two pedestrians in January, at least one of them was likely struck by a second vehicle, which did not stop.
Perry Williams III Charged in 2017 Roseville MurderA 33-year-old St. Paul man has been charged in connection to a murder of a Roseville man in September 2017.
Rosedale Center To Expand, Redevelop Into Retail And Housing SpaceRoseville Center announced plans to add more retail space, housing, a hotel and a grocery store. Formal plans will be submitted soon, the center said. The shopping center opened 50 years ago and said the company hopes to begin construction next year.