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Authorities Looking for 17-Year-Old Runaway from Stearns Co.

Authorities are looking for a rural Stearns County woman who they say is violating her house arrest. Seventeen-year-old Brianna Jenny Hoppe, who has a felony theft warrant against her, is believed to have cut off her ankle bracelet...


  • U of M: Pollution from Minnesota’s Cornfields is Worse than Thought

    The U.S. Corn Belt may be producing a lot more greenhouse gas than originally thought, according to a new study from the University of Minnesota. The study specifically looks at nitrous oxide, which is a greenhouse gas and stratospheric ozone-depleting substance...

  • Police: Rochester Man Acknowledges Theft was 'Strange'

    A Rochester man has been charged after police say he stole more than $1,000 worth of razors from Cub Foods stores in Lakeville and Rosemount. The theft was reported June 23 at the Cub Foods on 179th Street in Lakeville...

  • Boy Hurt, Dog Killed in Alexandria Garage Fire

    A teenage boy was hurt and a dog was killed after a garage started on fire in Alexandria Monday. Firefighters were called to the home on the 5800 block of East Lake Mary Road SW to find the garage fully engulfed in flames...

  • Sexual Assault Reported in Lyndale Neighborhood of Mpls.

    Police are investigating a sexual assault that happened in the Lyndale neighborhood of Minneapolis. The assault happened at 3:45 a.m. Saturday, July 25, at a home on the 3300 block of Pillsbury Avenue. Police say the man entered the woman’s home...

  • Supreme Court to Hear Byron Smith Appeal Sept. 3

    The Minnesota Supreme Court plans to hear the appeal Sept. 3 of a Little Falls man convicted of killing two teens in his home. Smith was convicted in 2014 on two counts of second degree murder in the deaths of 18-year-old Haile Kifer and 17-year-old Nick Brady on Thanksgiving Day in 2012. The two teens had broken into the Smith's home...

  • Alcohol Believed to be Factor in Meeker County Rollover Crash

    Alcohol is believed to be a factor in a crash in Meeker County that left a man with significant injuries early Tuesday morning. According to the Meeker County Sheriff’s Office, one car rolled on Meeker County Road 14, near the intersection of 180th Street...

  • Mounds View to Install Panic Buttons, Door Releases at City Hall

    More security features are coming to Mounds View City Hall. The Mounds View City Council approved installing panic hardware and door release buttons in various locations in city hall. The panic buttons will notify law enforcement in the event of an emergency...

  • 2 men Filed Civil Lawsuits Against Crosier Seminary Clergy

    Two former seminarians who say they were sexually abused as teenagers by clergy at Crosier Seminary in Onamia have filed civil lawsuits...  

  • Mpls. Police Arrest Man in Connection with 2 Mpls. Bar Robberies

    Minneapolis police have arrested a man from Hopkins in connection with robberies at two Minneapolis bars this summer. According to a criminal complaint, 35-year-old Lamonte Gross admitted to both robberies—one of which was at the Knight Cap Bar in June....

  • Lia Yang Mpls. Police Locate Missing Vulnerable Adult

    The Minneapolis Police Department has located the vulnerable woman last seen Sunday evening. According to department spokesman John Elder, Yang was found Monday evening. According to the department, 65-year-old Lia Yang was last seen on the 1700 block of Third Avenue North on Sunday....

  • An alcohol tester Appeals Court Upholds Law in Breath Test Refusal Case

    The Minnesota Court of Appeals has upheld a law that makes it a crime for someone to refuse a breath test when arrested for drunken driving. Monday's ruling comes in the case of David Bennett, who was arrested after a 2013 crash and refused a breath test at the Ramsey County jail....

  • Firefighters to Move into New Stillwater Fire Station

    Firefighters in Stillwater will soon move into their new digs. The fire station located off of Myrtle Street and Maryknoll Drive is almost done. Contractors are working on putting the finishing touches on the building and installing the floors...

  • Rain gardens can provide effective stormwater management. Minnesota Cities Create Rain Gardens to Combat Pollution

    Some Minnesota cities are using rain gardens and other green infrastructure to keep stormwater from polluting lakes and rivers. Many of them are small efforts, but a large-scale system in Inver Grove Heights has become somewhat of a national example...

  • Plans for 'Shops at Southwest Station' in Eden Prairie Move Forward

    Plans are moving forward for the Shops at Southwest Station in Eden Prairie. The Eden Prairie City Council recently approved the first reading of the planned unit development district review and the zoning district amendment...

  • Minn. National Guard Soldiers to Return Home from Deployment to Egypt

    Over the next several weeks, Minnesota National Guard soldiers will be returning home from their deployment to Egypt. More than 40 soldiers from the guard’s 204th Area Support Medical Company were on a nine-month deployment to the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt in support of Multi-National Force and Observers...






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