Sheriff: Woman Injured After SUV Goes Airborne For 130 Feet, CrashesThe Stearns County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after a woman was injured in a crash where her vehicle went airborne for more than 100 feet.
Sheriff: Teen Hurt In Rollover Crash Near AvonA 17-year-old boy from Albany was hospitalized Wednesday after trying to pass a school bus in Avon Township and rolling his vehicle into a ditch.
Sheriff: 3-Year-Old Boy Hurt In Stearns County CrashAuthorities say a 3-year-old boy was among four people hurt in a crash Monday morning in central Minnesota.
Sheriff: Shed Destroyed In Stearns County FireAuthorities say two people are safe but a shed was completely destroyed in a fire early Sunday morning in Stearns County.
Sheriff: Minivan Hits, Kills Cow In Stearns CountyA husband and wife were not hurt after their minivan struck a cow Friday night in Stearns County.
Stearns County Turkey Farm Devastated By FireThe Stearns County Sheriff's Office says the fire broke out about 1:30 a.m. Thursday at St. Martin Farm in Martin Township.
Man, 80, Badly Burned In Stearns County House ExplosionAuthorities say an 80-year-old man suffered significant burns in a house explosion and fire on Sunday in central Minnesota.
State Patrol Helicopter Finds Missing Toddler In Stearns County CornfieldA State Patrol helicopter team found the 2-year-old, thanks to its infrared camera near a cornfield Thursday at around 9:15 p.m.
Sheriff: Man Stabbed By Stranger Outside Eden Valley HomeThe Stearns County Sheriff's office is investigating the stabbing of an Eden Valley man Friday afternoon.
Farmer: 30K-Plus Mink Released From Farm Will Cost Us $750KA farmer says the escape of thousands of animals from his central Minnesota farm will cost him more than $750,000.
Sheriff: Teen Reported Missing Near Kimball Found SafeThe Stearns County Sheriff's Office reported that 17-year-old Sienna Paige Stice, who was reported missing Sunday, has been found safe.
First Responders Pronounce One Of Their Own Dead After FallFirst responders in central Minnesota responded to a traumatic call over the weekend when they had to pronounce one of their own dead after he fell onto a concrete patio in the middle of the night.