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19-Year-Old Dead After Police Chase

A 19-year-old Sebeka woman is dead after her car rolled while fleeing police early Friday, according to Minnesota State Patrol. Hailey Bergstrom lost control while driving at a high rate speed causing the car to roll into the ditch off of Highways 200 and 64 in Hubbard County...


  • Fire Simulator Brings Minn. Departments Together to Train

    Richfield Assistant Fire Chief Mike Dobesh can't remember a single fire call his department has responded to alone. However, these departments only get to train together as teams twice a year and on overtime. Now, there's a virtual way to train together that firefighters can take part in while on the job...

  • Crews to Treat Lake Independence for Zebra Mussels

    For the second time in Minnesota, crews are using a chemical to try and kill zebra mussels, an invasive species. This time, crews are focusing on Lake Independence, a west metro lake. One of two boat ramps at the lake will be closed during Memorial Day weekend due to the treatment...

  • Mother of 9-Year-Old Hit by Truck Questions Bus Stop Location in Lakeville

    The speed limit on Dodd Boulevard in Lakeville is 50 mph. Traffic does not slow down when it crosses Fairgreen Avenue because there are no stop signs. The pavement is not marked with a crosswalk. This is the road a nine-year old boy had to cross every day to get to his bus stop on his way to school in Rosemount....

  • The Minnesota Swarm has applied to the National Lacrosse League to relocate for the 2016 NLL season Minnesota Swarm Announces Plans to Relocate for 2016 Season

    The Minnesota Swarm announced Friday that it has applied to the National Lacrosse League (NLL) to relocate for the 2016 season. The team’s lease at Xcel Energy Center expired after the recently-completed 2015 season....

  • Salama Child Care Center at 1411 Nicollet Ave. S. Search Warrant: Raided Mpls. Day Care Being Investigated on Fraud Suspicions

    A search warrant shows that a Minneapolis day care that was raided by the FBI and the Minnesota Department of Human Services last week was being investigated on allegations of defrauding a state program for low-income families...

  • New Minnesota Law Requires Police to Count Untested Rape Kits

    Local Minnesota law enforcement have until Aug. 1, 2015, to provide the state with the amount of untested rape kits in their possession and to make a plan for testing. Gov. Mark Dayton signed the law on Friday as part of a public safety budget bill....

  • Dr. Charles Gornick holds a standard pacemaker and the new miniture pacemaker. World's Smallest Pacemaker Meets Initial Safety and Performance Standards

    A normal pacemaker is the size of an egg. Right now, the FDA is analyzing first-of-its-kind data on a new miniature pacemaker that can get you moving in just a couple of days. Seven out of 140 patients worldwide received the special pacemaker inserted right here in the Twin Cities....

  • Man Hit Crossing Street in Faribault While Walking Dog Dies

    A 77-year-old man died after he was hit crossing the street while walking his dog in Faribault Thursday night. Police were called to the incident at 8:21 p.m. at Second Avenue Northwest and Fifth Street Northwest. They found a man lying in the street...

  • Adurahman Yasin Daud Terror Suspect Pleads Not Guilty in Federal Court

    A man accused of trying to join the Islamic State pleaded not guilty in federal court Friday. Abdurahman Yasin Daud is one of six Minnesota men charged this month with trying to go to Syria to join the Islamic state...

  • Egg Prices Surge to Record on Shortage Caused by Bird Flu

    Egg prices surged to a record on Friday, a month after bird flu was first detected in the chicken flock in Iowa, the nation's leading egg producer. Midwest large eggs reached $2.32 a dozen...

  • Starting the week before Memorial Day, Golden Valley's Flag Row runs along Golden Valley Road from Highway 100 to Winnetonka Avenue. Golden Valley Man Continues Mission to Bring Meaning Back to Memorial Day

    An annual tradition of flags lining a street in Golden Valley continues. Starting the week before Memorial Day, Golden Valley’s Flag Row runs along Golden Valley Road from Highway 100 to Winnetka Avenue N. It’s lined with more than 600 U.S. flags and POW-MIA flags...

  • The suspect can be seen on the roof leaning on the chimney wearing white. Anoka Man Accused of Mpls. Standoff Charged with 5 Counts

    An Anoka man accused of fleeing police in North Minneapolis, breaking into a house and causing a three-hour standoff is facing multiple charges. The Hennepin County Attorney’s Office says 37-year-old Richard Dean Podvin was charged Friday...

  • Twenty-one-year-old Kong Meng Xiong of Shoreview Shoreview Man Pleads Guilty to Kidnapping Girl to Marry Her

    A 21-year-old Shoreview man accused of kidnapping a 15-year-old girl so he could force her to marry him has pleaded guilty. Kong Meng Xiong of St. Paul changed his plea Friday, pleading guilty to third-degree criminal sexual conduct and false imprisonment. He will be sentenced July 2...

  • Target Settlement with MasterCard Fails to get Bank Support

    A $19 million deal between Target and MasterCard to settle lawsuits stemming from the retailer's pre-Christmas 2013 data breach has been scrapped, because it didn't get enough support from banks and credit unions...

  • Zebra mussels can crowd out native mussels and compete for food sources with other aquatic animals. Battle with Zebra Mussels Continues in Christmas Lake

    The battle with zebra mussels in Christmas Lake near Shorewood continues. Evidence of zebra mussels were discovered this week near the treatment area of Christmas Lake.  Several teams of divers found the aquatic invasive species attached to native mussels near the public boat access on the lake’s northern shoreline...







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