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3 Children and a Mother Found Dead After Being Pulled from a Minnesota Lake: 'a Tragic Event'

Four bodies were discovered in Minnesota's Vadnais Lake after search and rescue efforts began in the area to investigate multiple homicide cases, according to CBS News. The body of one child was discovered on Friday, while the mother and two other kids were found Saturday. All three children — two boys and one girl — involved in the incident are under the age of 6, per the outlet.

Bodies of 3 missing kids, woman found in Minnesota lake

VADNAIS HEIGHTS, Minn. (AP) — The bodies of three young children and a woman believed to be their mother have been recovered from a Minnesota lake, and authorities say the deaths are being investigated as a triple murder-suicide. Meanwhile, the body of the children’s father was found at a...

Bodies of 3 Minnesota kids, mom found in lake after dad’s suicide

The bodies of three young children and their mother were pulled out of a Minnesota lake in a family tragedy that unfolded after the kids’ father apparently committed suicide, authorities said. The three children — who were under 5 years old — and their mother were found in Vadnais Lake near St Paul, the Star Tribune reported Saturday. Police are investigating the horrific incident as a homicide. Authorities had yet to release the names of the deceased, but Fox 9’s Mary McGuire reported two of the kids were boys and the other was a girl. The children’s shoes were found Friday...

Cottage Grove police working to figure out who left flyers with hate propaganda across town

COTTAGE GROVE, Minn. -- Authorities in the southeast metro are working to figure out who left flyers filled with hate propaganda in driveways across Cottage Grove. The local police department says that while the information in the flyers isn't illegal, the flyers were "disturbing.""Hate will not be tolerated in Cottage Grove. Period," said Chief Pete Koerner in a statement Saturday. "The information contained in these flyers does not represent what we stand for as a police department or a community."The flyers directed people to a group that is linked to white supremacy, police say. What exactly was written on the flyers was not released. Investigators are asking homeowners to look at their security systems to see if they captured the person (or persons) responsible. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 651-439-9381. Cottage Grove is a Twin Cities suburb located roughly 13 miles southeast of St. Paul. 

Child found dead in Minnesota lake, authorities search for mother and 2 more kids

The body of one child was recovered from a Minnesota lake Friday as officials continued to search the area for two more children and their mother, officials said. The rescue and recovery operation continued into the night at a lake outside the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, where multiple agencies were searching after first responding to a call of a suicide earlier in the day, Maplewood police said.

4 bodies found, potential triple homicide at Vadnais Lake

VADNAIS HEIGHTS, Minn. (KVRR) — The bodies of three young children and a woman believed to be their mother have been recovered from a Minnesota lake. Authorities say the deaths are being investigated as a homicide. The chain of events began Friday morning when the father was found dead...
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PHOTOS: Hudson Booster Days Carnival

Part of Hudson Boosters Days is the carnival. The carnival began on June 30 but the biggest turnout came on Saturday. After the parade people made their way to Lakefront Park for the carnival. The carnival was complete with food, games, rides and live music. Once the rain began to...

Bodies of mother, 3 children recovered from Minnesota lake

July 2 (UPI) -- Minnesota police are investigating a possible triple-homicide after the bodies of a woman and her three children were recovered from a lake in Ramsay County. Officers with the Maplewood Police Department responded to calls reporting the suicide of an adult male in a mobile home neighborhood in Maplewood around 10:30 a.m. on Friday, the Minneapolis Star-Tribune reported.