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4-month sentence for Dakota County driver who hit, killed woman
The driver said she thought she hit a deer and then left the scene, the charges read.
1 killed, another hurt in head-on crash on snowy Scott County road
The car's driver died after crossing into the path of an pickup truck, the sheriff said.
Valleyfair looking for 1,000 workers ahead of May 22 reopening
There are also changes being made for visitors in response to the pandemic.
Driver fatally hit from behind while waiting to turn in Farmington
"Motor vehicle crashes are almost always preventable," said Police Chief Gary Rutherford. "This was a tragic result."
Twin Cities metro police blotter, Feb. 28
ANDOVERFEB. 1Drunken driving. A 28-year-old man was arrested for drunken driving and fleeing police in a motor vehicle after he was stopped for driving 102…
What happens to the de-icing fluid sprayed on planes at MSP airport?
Due to our cold winters, MSP is one of the busiest airports in the country for de-icing operations. Delta uses more than 1 million gallons of fluid each season.
Buck Hill Laser Lights Snow Tubing
Buck Hill's Northern Lights Snow Tubing is a choreographed laser lights and music event going on daily from 5:30-11pm through Sunday February 28th in Burnsville, Minn.
Feds: Ex-petroleum industry exec stole nearly $1M from Minneapolis employer
U.S. Attorney's Office is seeking forfeiture of the defendant's three homes, including on valued at $525,000 that sits on a Wisconsin shoreline.
How to save the aging Burnsville Center? New mall owner thinks the key is selling some buildings, land
City Council hosts a work session with stakeholders over the mall's future
Twin Cities metro police blotter, Feb. 21
ANDOVERFEB. 2Burglary. A purse and wallet were stolen from a home in the 2200 block of 149th Avenue NW after a suspect stole the garage…
Scott County waiting list for federal rental assistance open for first time in 14 years
The deadline to apply for the federal housing voucher program is Monday night.
Burnsville drunken driving arrest ends with vintage Ferrari on the auction block
It's one of thousands of cars seized every year from drunken drivers statewide.
Dog rescued after spending months lost outside in Minnesota's extreme cold
Hobbes spent 66 days ranging across hundreds of miles before he was tracked down and brought home safely.
Suit alleges Apple Valley landlord broke law and ousted tenants during pandemic
The landlord gave the tenants 10 days' notice, the suit alleges.
Four men now charged in drug-related shooting death in Inver Grove Heights
The victim was shot and robbed late at night along a dark road, according to authorities
Lacrosse joins Vikings' Eagan campus as Arete Sport moves in
Burnsville upstart Arete will move in next month and stage summer event.
South St. Paul weighs fate of Armour gates, a relic of the meatpacking industry
South St. Paul is weighing the fate of the massive gates that once guided workers to the Armour meatpacking plant but now present an obstacle…
Authorities ID driver killed in crash in Woodbury
The driver was an 83-year-old man from Inver Grove Heights.
Twin Cities metro police blotter, Feb. 14
ANDOVERJAN. 25Theft. Cash was stolen from an unlocked vehicle in a driveway in the 15100 block of NW. Avocet Street.COLUMBUSJAN. 26Underage consumption. An 18-year-old man…
Man sentenced for setting fires to government building in Apple Valley during George Floyd protests
Long Lake man threw Molotov cocktails into windows he broke.
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Sep. 10, 2017
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