Another Mississippi River Crest is Coming for SE Minnesota
The Mississippi River is rising again.
Thousands of Motorcyclists Will Be in SE Minnesota This Weekend
Those planning to take part in the annual Flood Run this weekend are catching a break from Mother Nature - a nice break.
Suspicious Device Removed from Downtown Rochester by Bomb Squad (
A bomb squad from St Paul was dispatched to downtown Rochester Wednesday evening to remove a suspicious object.
Flash Flooding, Mudslides Occurring Just South of the Twin Cities
orrential rains from strong thunderstorms have prompted the National Weather Service to issue flash flood warnings for portions of Goodhue, Dakota and Rice Counties, along with sections of Le Sueur and Scott counties this afternoon.
Olmsted Deputy Nearly Shoots Man Armed With Hammer
An Olmsted County deputy nearly shot a man who began running at him while armed with a hammer.
First Court Appearance For Man Charged in Mall of America Attack
A Hennepin County judge today granted a prosecution request to set bail for Emmanuel Aranda at $2 million.
Faribault High School Automotive Student Heading To Nationals
A Faribault student has advanced to Nationals in the Automotive Service Technology category. Nationals are in Louisville, KY June 24-28.
Plea Agreement For Rochester Incident Involving a Gun
A Rochester man entered into a plea agreement today to settle a criminal case stemming from a violent domestic incident last summer.
Man Confesses to Throwing Boy Off Mall of America Balcony
The man who threw a young boy off a third-floor balcony at the Mall of America last week has confessed to the crime and told investigators he knew his actions were wrong.
Rochester Woman Caught Stealing Vacuums From Target
A Rochester woman was arrested Sunday for stealing four vacuum cleaners from the north Target store.
Update on Boy Who Was Thrown Off Third Floor at Mall of America
As of Sunday afternoon, the young boy who was thrown over a third-floor rail at the Mall Of America Friday was still alive.
Fundraiser Started for Boy Thrown From Third Floor of MOA
A fundraising effort has been started for the family of a young boy who suffered life-threatening injuries after police say he “may have been pushed or thrown from the third floor” of the Mall of America.