Police Identify Suspect, Officers In Sauk Centre ShootingA man who shot an officer with a bow and arrow Thursday in Sauk Centre has been identified, as well as the police officers who returned fire during the incident.
Officer Shot With Arrow In Sauk Centre, Suspect In CustodyA Stearns County Sheriff's deputy is recovering after being shot by a stolen bow and arrow during a standoff in Sauk Centre.
Truck Loaded With Over 17,000 Baby Turkeys Crashes in Stearns CountyWilliam Joseph Taylor Anderson, 25, of Vining, was driving a conventional truck loaded with 17,100 baby turkeys in crates when he drove southbound on County Road 26 through a stop sign.
Ex-School Bus Driver Pleads Guilty To Driving Children While DrunkA former Sauk Centre school bus driver has pleaded guilty to driving a bus full of children while he was drunk.
Fatal Plane Crash Reported In Sauk CentreOn Wednesday morning, authorities said the plane was found located south of the airport, in a field east of Highway 71.
Man Struck & Killed By Train In Morrison CountyA 34-year-old old Sauk Centre man is dead after he was struck by a train in Morrison County Wednesday morning.
Oregon Inmate Who Removed GPS Bracelet Found In MinnesotaAn Oregon inmate wanted after he cut off his GPS monitoring bracelet and didn't return to a community corrections center has been arrested in Minnesota.
State Patrol Investigating Fatal Semi Crash In Central MinnesotaMinnesota State Patrol is investigating a fatal crash after a semi truck went off the road in central Minnesota Saturday.
Man Cited With Driving 111 MPH In 60 MPH ZoneA Sauk Center man was taken into custody after allegedly driving nearly twice the speed limit in a 60 mph zone early Thursday. The Stearns County Sheriff's Office says that they pulled over a vehicle traveling north on Highway 71 near County Road 187 just after midnight.
Finding Minnesota: Honesty On The FarmEven with the reputation of being friendly and honest, most Minnesotans are still a little cautious in terms of how much they trust people. That is why a well-stocked indoor farmers market near Sauk Centre seems unusual in 2015. It is virtually unsupervised, unlocked and unprotected, 24 hours a day.
Dover-Etoya Snaps Sauk Centre Winning Streak 71-58 In 2A Championship