Willmar Man Arrested After Alleged Domestic AssaultA central Minnesota man was arrested over the weekend after he allegedly assaulted two women with whom he lives.
Ryleigh Andreen, 17, Dies Following Crash In WillmarA 17-year-old girl died last week following a crash in central Minnesota.
5 Arrested After Drug Busts In Willmar Turn Up Suspected Fentanyl PillsAccording to the task force, the pills were linked to overdoses of people who thought they were buying Oxycodone.
Willmar Man Accused Of Kidnapping Teen He Was Supposed To Transport From TexasA 44-year-old Willmar man has been accused of holding a teenager, who he was transporting to Minnesota from Texas, for ransom.
Sioux Falls Man, 79, Charged In 1974 Murder Of Mae Herman In WillmarA South Dakota man has been charged in connection to a 1974 cold-case homicide in Willmar.
DNA Leads Police To Arrest Sioux Falls Man, 79, In 1974 Willmar Murder Of Mae HermanPolice on Thursday arrested a South Dakota man in a 1974 cold-case homicide in Minnesota after using DNA to link him to the killing 46 years ago.
BCA: Willmar Man Killed Himself While Confronting PoliceA woman in the home suffered a knife injury during the incident. She was treated at a hospital and released.
1 Man Dead, 1 Police Officer Seriously Injured After Domestic Incident In Willmar Friday MorningPolice say the officer is now in stable condition and is expected to survive.
Sheriff: Man Rescued From Burning Car After Crash Near WillmarThe 43-year-old Hawick man was removed from the wreckage by emergency personnel and flown to the St. Cloud Hospital. His current condition is unknown.
Coronavirus Updates: Jennie-O Turkey Facilities In Willmar To Temporarily Pause OperationsJennie-O Turkey Store announced it will be temporarily pausing operations at both of its facilities in Willmar, Minnesota due to COVID-19 concerns.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Workers At Jennie-O Turkey Plant In Willmar Test Positive For COVID-19Jennie-O/Hormel announced Tuesday evening that some employees at their Willmar turkey processing plant have tested positive for COVID-19.