A rural Nicollet County resident decided to take the maintenance of his stretch of county road into his own hands, and as a result, the County Board discussed possible legal action against him.
A man disgruntled with the wait time at the Social Security office in St. Paul triggered an evacuation Monday when he threatened to blow up the building, prosecutors say.
Winona County Sheriff Dave Brand told KAGE-AM radio that rescuers pulled John Daley from the Lewiston area farm just after 2 p.m. Thursday.
A 30 year-old woman is being airlifted to a Duluth hospital after apparently falling off a cliff of an mine pit in Chisholm.
Park and Recreation Board spokeswoman Dawn Sommers said some type of large vehicle must have been used to make off from the 80-year-old course with the carts, collectively valued at $27,000.
Traffic on Interstate 35W was halted Tuesday morning so Minnesota State Patrol troopers could kill a deer that wandered into a Metro Transit bus station.
A bloody robbery at a Columbia Heights home was inspired by a teenager’s mistaken notion that there was a big stash of marijuana in the house, according to charges filed against one of the suspected masked perpetrators.
Working with the Manitowoc County Metro Drug Unit, a search warrant was conducted Friday evening at Guilmette's home in Collins, where law enforcement recovered an additional 78 lbs. of marijuana and $35,000 cash. The seized marijuana is worth more than $300,000.
Authorities say a 2-year-old child is recovering at a Milwaukee hospital after ingesting a trace amount of cocaine at a Village of Lomira home.
Sacred Heart Hospital reported to police that the child was brought to the facility in an ambulance after he began acting like he was having a panic attack, said Kyle Roder, the Police Department’s community relations officer. The boy spent the night in the hospital, but was released Tuesday morning, Roder said. He was placed in protective custody.
The cheese industry in Wisconsin and nationwide is scrambling to ensure the time-honored practice can continue, after a statement issued by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration declared the aging of cheese on wooden boards to be unsanitary