Pat Pheifer

Reporter | Ramsey County Courts
Phone: 651-298-1551
Pat Pheifer covers courts and other legal affairs in Ramsey County.

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Briefs: Dakota County opts for fewer sirens for severe weather

Dakota County has changed its policy on when outdoor warning sirens are activated.In the past, the sirens were sounded during...

Updated: February 27, 2015, - 11:06 PM

Arts briefs: Ballet dancers will put 'Art in Motion'

The Lakeville Area Arts Center, Twin Cities Ballet of Minnesota and Ballet Royale Minnesota are teaming up to present “Art...

Updated: February 20, 2015, - 11:41 PM

Briefs: Take a 'Bite of Burnsville' on Thursday night

Food samples from some of the area’s best restaurants, raffles, live and silent auctions and entertainment are the highlights of...

Updated: February 20, 2015, - 11:40 PM

Prior Lake and South Metro Polar Plunges set for Feb. 21, 28

The Prior Lake Polar Plunge and South Metro Polar Plunge raise money for MN Special Olympics.

Updated: February 17, 2015, - 02:56 PM

Dance team tournament ends with protest, disqualifications

Other teams say the Faribault Emeralds copied an out-of-state team's moves. The MSHSL determined before the tournament that Faribault did not rip off its dance routine.

Updated: February 16, 2015, - 12:23 PM

Arts briefs: Learn in Eagan to spin, dye and knit yarn

Textile artist and teacher Wendy J. Johnson will present her book, “Yarn Works: How to Spin, Dye and Knit Your...

Updated: February 14, 2015, - 12:15 AM

Briefs: Dakota County Sheriff's Office to hold annual Citizen Academy

The annual Dakota County Sheriff’s Citizen Academy will be held six consecutive Thursdays starting March 19. The workshops run from...

Updated: February 14, 2015, - 12:15 AM

Mesothelioma survivor throws party of hope, support

Mesothelioma survivor Heather Von St. James threw a party in Roseville for more than 100 to celebrate the ninth anniversary of the radical surgery she underwent shortly after she was diagnosed in late 2005.

Updated: February 09, 2015, - 01:57 PM

Meth was downfall of manhunt gunman, those who knew him say

David M. Winters, 41, was prohibited from possessing firearms because he was a convicted felon and a gang member with a long history of criminal behavior. He killed himself after a daylong manhunt that started with an exchange of gunfire in St. Louis Park and ended at a house in Jordan.

Updated: February 05, 2015, - 10:27 AM

Medical examiner rules Apple Valley deaths were murders-suicide

Friends and family members of David Crowley have set up a fund for his wife’s family in Texas.

Updated: January 22, 2015, - 06:45 AM

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