Partial Human Remains Found In Wabasha CountyAuthorities say they have located what are believed to be partial human remains -- a torso and a leg with a boot attached – on Saturday in Wabasha County.
Investigation Begins After Human Remains Found In Wabasha CountyOfficials in Wabasha County say an investigation is underway after human remains were found in a debris pile near the Mississippi River Saturday.
Sheriff: Suspect Stabs K-9, Climbs Tree Naked While FleeingA man is facing felony charges after injuring a K-9 officer and climbing a tree without clothes on while fleeing authorities.
State Patrol Investigating Fatal 2-Car Crash Near Lake CityThe Minnesota State Patrol is investigating a two-car crash that resulted in at least one fatality.
Motorcyclist Killed In Crash During Spring Flood RunOne person was killed and another was injured in a crash involving four people and two vehicles Saturday afternoon in Wabasha County,
Emerald Ash Borer Found In Wabasha Co.The Minnesota Department of Agriculture says it has identified emerald ash borer in another county in the state.
1 Dead After Head-On Crash Involving Semi-TruckOne person is dead after a head-on crash in Wabasha County Wednesday afternoon. According to the police report, around 4 p.m. a driver of a Ford F150 was traveling southbound on Highway 61 when it collided with a semi-truck traveling northbound.
Motorcyle Runs Off Road, Leaves 1 Dead In Wabasha Co.One man is dead after driving off a roadway in southeastern Minnesota Friday evening. According to police, 55-year-old Joseph Simek, of Lonsdale, was traveling eastbound on Highway 60 a little before 9 p.m. on Friday.
Judge Dismisses Case Over License Look-UpsA federal judge on Thursday dismissed a lawsuit filed by a group of current and former Minnesota residents who allege that dozens of public employees violated their privacy by illegally looking up their driver's license data for political reasons. The 18 plaintiffs, including some local elected officials, claimed they were targeted because they had been critical of Wabasha County government.
MDA: Potentially Deadly Weed Growing In MinnesotaThere's a potentially deadly weed growing in Minnesota. Now, the Department of Agriculture is asking for your help in identifying and eliminating it. It's called Grecian foxglove and there's concern the leafy portions could be mistaken for lettuce, and it can be lethal to humans and livestock.
State Board Reprimands Wabasha Co. Judge WaltersThe Minnesota Board on Judicial Standards has publicly reprimanded Wabasha County Judge Terrence M. Walters for rules violations. The board says in one case, Walters was discourteous to a deaf psychologist who was being retained to see if a deaf defendant was competent. The psychologist withdrew.