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Three Arrested Following Armed Robbery in Apple Valley, MN
APPLE VALLEY, MINNESOTA - Around 10:16 PM on Tuesday, December 5, 2023, officers with the Apple Valley Police Department were dispatched to the 15100 block of Cedar Avenue after a report of an armed robbery had occurred in the area.
Woman Killed in Rollover Crash on Minnesota Freeway
Burnsville, MN (KROC-AM News)- A rollover crash on a Twin Cities freeway claimed a woman’s life Monday evening. The State Patrol responded to the fatal rollover shortly after 7 p.m. It happened on I-35W in Burnsville. The state crash report says an SUV left the southbound lanes of the...
Bryce Borca, who is 23, hasn’t been seen since he got out of a Lyft in Minnesota in October 2022
In the serene city of Eagan, Minnesota, a baffling enigma persists, casting a long shadow over the community. Bryce Thomas Borca, 23, disappeared under mysterious circumstances, leaving behind a trail of questions and a family's unyielding search for truth. This is not merely a news item; it's a poignant tale of a family's quest and a community's perplexity over the fate of one of their own.
Downtown bakery preserved and updated by history-loving owners
Many old time Northfielders can’t remember when the smell of freshly baked donuts wasn’t wafting out of a locally owned bakery on Division Street. Now, thanks to the efforts of a couple guided by a passion for preserving architecture and history, Robin’s Egg Bakery has opened downtown in the former spot occupied by the beloved Quality Bakery and Coffee Shop. Devin Johnson and Erin O'Donnell have put their treasure, time...
Northfield Winter Walk Ornament Hunt: Clue No. 3
The Northfield Winter Walk Ornament Hunt is back. The Northfield Area Chamber of Commerce is offering the winner a purse of $1,000 in Chamber bucks, thanks to some generous sponsors. Clues will be posted at northfieldnews.com and elsewhere daily at 8 a.m., starting Dec. 4. Follow the clues revealed each day through Tuesday and Wednesday, culminating in the final clue on Thursday. This year's ornament is in the form of bells. ...
Over 17 pounds of Methamphetamine and 13,500 pills of Oxycodone Seized, Two Arrested in Eagan
EAGAN, MINNESOTA - Two people were arrested in the City of Eagan, Minnesota, during the execution of a search warrant that resulted in multiple drug-related felony charges on Tuesday, November 28, 2023. The culmination of a several-month-long narcotics investigation started in April 2023, headed by a detective in the Olmsted County Sheriff's Office and a Southeast Minnesota Violent Crime Enforcement Team member. The final result was the arrest of Teresa Arellano of Eagan, Minnesota, and Eliseo Romo of St Paul, Minnesota, who both were charged with four separate felonies and the seizure of 17.196 pounds of methamphetamine and 13,500 pills of Oxycodone.
Tragic Rollover Crash on Minnesota Freeway Highlights Roadway Safety Concerns
A recent somber event on a Minnesota freeway brings to light the ever-present concerns regarding roadway safety. Leslie Ann Fitzgerald Doll, a 55-year-old woman, met a tragic end in a rollover crash on Interstate 35W in Burnsville, Minnesota. On a quiet Sunday evening, Doll's SUV veered off the southbound lanes and rolled down an embankment, leading to her untimely death. The dry road conditions at the time add an unsettling contrast to the tragic event, prompting questions about the factors that contribute to such accidents on Minnesota's freeways.
Why Was the Mall of America Built in Minnesota?
The Mall of America is one of the most iconic landmarks in Minnesota, drawing over 40 million visitors a year as the largest shopping and entertainment complex in the United States.
Faribo Frosty to be taller than ever
As Faribault native Andy Hoisington watched his children grow, the community focused more on another growing part of Hoisington’s life: the snowman standing in front of his house.
Bloomington Residents Invited to Discuss Proposed High-Density Residential Development at 700 American Blvd West
The Bloomington City Council has scheduled a public hearing on December 18, 2023. The purpose is to discuss a rezoning application from Schafer Richardson. The application proposes a change in zoning for 700 American Boulevard West from B-2 General Business to RM-100(PD) High-Density Residential (Planned Development). The plan includes a five-story, 128-unit senior apartment building with 1,500 square feet of commercial space.
Northfield wrestling led by senior, 5 captains
With just one senior listed on its 2023-24 roster, the Northfield High School wrestling team may not look like an experienced squad, but looks can be deceiving, as the Raiders will return a strong line up of tested veterans this winter for coach Geoff Staab. “We didn’t lose much from last year,” Staab said. “We had a very young team last year with a sophomore and younger dominated team. This year we only have one senior, but we have a lot of really good returning...
Savage celebrates Christmas at City Hall
Over 250 people showed up for the seasonably warm Christmas Tree lighting at Savage City Hall on Nov. 30. The event included the tree lighting, hot coco, and the chance for kids to meet Santa.
Sheriff's Office addresses dispatch staffing
Scott County Sheriff Capt. Scott Haas, who runs the county’s dispatch center and emergency management program, didn’t mince words at the Nov. 21 County Commission meeting when he talked about dispatch staffing. “[911 staffing] is a very difficult area, not just in Scott County but across the region,”...
Local Sheriff's Office and DNR Advise Scott County Residents on Ice Safety on Lakes and Ponds
The Scott County Sheriff's Office advises residents to exercise caution due to ice forming on local lakes and ponds. They warn that the ice, although it may seem solid, can be inconsistent in thickness and potentially dangerous. Risks include falling into freezing waters.
Judge says trial against Shakopee business accused of breaking THC ban can proceed
The case against a Shakopee company accused of selling THC products that were temporarily banned by the city can proceed, a Scott County Judge has ruled. Judge Patrick M. Biren denied a motion by the company, Spring Leaf, to dismiss the case, writing in a court order issued Nov. 30 that there was "sufficient probable cause to proceed."
DecemBRRR Dazzle spreads holiday cheer in Prior Lake
The setting for this year's DecemBRRR Dazzle wasn't the winter wonderland that it was last year, but city organizers say the event was still a smashing success with the community. DecemBRRR Dazzle, a holiday event for the whole family, is hosted every year by the city's Parks and Recreation Department...
Jane Bartho talks about Winter Walk
Northfield Area Chamber of Commerce President Jane Bartho talks about what Northfielders can expect when they attend the 25th Winter Walk.
Winter SKOLstice – A Short Drive From St. Cloud- Features Over 2 Million Lights!
The Viking Lakes complex will host its third annual Winter SKOLstice event this winter in Eagan, Minnesota. Featuring ice skating, curling, pond hockey and more, the event is quickly growing into a must-see holiday tradition for folks throughout Minnesota. In addition to the events listed above, the Winter SKOLstice is...
New Paws, New Love: Adopt Kittens Today in new prague, MN
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to new prague..
Lakeville Residents Invited to Apply for 'Live at the Lake' 2024 Summer Performance Series
We are now accepting applications for “Live at the Lake,” Lakeville’s Summer Outdoor Performance Series, held at the Casperson Park Performance Stage, located on beautiful Lake Marion. This series will run from mid-June through the end of August on Wednesday evenings from 6 – 8:30 p.m. Interested groups must submit an online application by January 22, 2024.Visit here for more details.