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Hudson's Pizza Pantheon: The 3 Pizzerias You Can't Miss
In this piece, we're exploring three exceptional pizza stores in Hudson. Have you had the chance to visit any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Charges: Drunken Wisconsin driver crashed into tree, killing Twin Cities pair
Darren Tenney, 23, had a BAC level of .117 at the time of the crash.
West Side adorned with orange ribbons in memory of murder victim
Witness a community's unique tribute to a lost soul. Orange ribbons adorn trees, light posts, and gardens on St. Paul's West Side, a poignant reminder of the tragic loss of a 23-year-old named Gabriel “Dino”. A touching testament to a life cut short.
Football: Stillwater vs. Mounds View rivalry and memorable games
Stillwater vs. Mounds View football rivalry Here’s a look at some of the other recent memorable games in this series 2001 — After the Ponies build a 20-17 lead midway through the fourth quarter, Luke Johnson scores a 4-yard touchdown with less than five minutes remaining to lift Mounds View to a 24-20 win at Miller Stadium. ...
Hudson man found not guilty in death of infant
ST. CROIX COUNTY, Wis. (WEAU) - A Hudson man is found not guilty in the death of an infant in St. Croix County. Court records show 39-year-old Paul Marshall was found not guilty of each charge against him including 1st degree reckless homicide, child abuse - recklessly cause great harm, and child abuse - recklessly cause harm.
Check your lotto tickets! Four Minnesotans win Powerball prizes after Wednesday's drawing
NEW BRIGHTON, Minn. — As a result of Wednesday's Powerball drawing, four Minnesotans got a nice surprise. One person won $150,000 off a ticket purchased at a Kwik Trip in Glencoe. Three more winners won $50,000 after buying tickets at New Brighton Gas in New Brighton, the Holiday on Eagle Creek Lane in Woodbury, and Bill's Superette in Nowthen.
White Bear Lake Police Department Resumes School Resource Officer Program for Enhanced School Safety
The School Resource Officer (SRO) program will resume in secondary schools, the White Bear Lake Police Department (WBLPD) has announced. This decision follows a revised opinion from the Office of the Minnesota Attorney General about a new 2023 law.
Waterfront estate on Sunfish Lake asks $2.35M
This high-end home offers sweeping views of Sunfish Lake. Listed for $2,350,000, it's located at 389 Salem Church Rd. Why we love it: The lakefront property sits along nearly 1,000 feet of secluded shoreline. Layout: The 3,886-square-foot house has five bedrooms and five bathrooms on 5.65 lush acres. Interior features:...
Teen Boy Charged in Shooting of Twin Cities Police Officer
Minneapolis, MN (KROC-AM News)- A teenage boy in the Twin Cities is the latest person to be charged in connection to a shooting of a police officer last month. On August 11, a Minneapolis Police Officer was following a vehicle that had been reported stolen, was associated with an earlier robbery and had been involved in previous chases with police in Minneapolis and Brooklyn Park.
Here's what's happening in the Twin Cities this weekend
This weekend in the Twin Cities, check out a cannabis festival and the Hard Cider & Doughnut Fest in Minneapolis, a food truck festival in Shakopee, Rails and Ales in St. Paul and more. 🪴 1. Cannabis and chillThe weekend could look hazy with Legacy Cup IV in town.What's happening: The Midwest's largest cannabis festival will offer education, local food trucks, art installations and live music. There will be competitions for best joint rolling, bong rip, dab hit and more.Homegrown flower and hash can be consumed in the "sesh lounge" areas.New this year are the homegrown cannabis and solventless hash...
St. Paul officials apprehend 2 teenagers following stolen vehicle crash
Dive into this gripping report as two teenagers face the consequences of their reckless actions. After stealing a vehicle and crashing it near Concordia University in St. Paul, the duo is now in custody, sparking a full-blown investigation.
Lightning strikes Maple Grove home as storms move through Twin Cities
Folks across the Twin Cities and Minnesota got a rocky start to Friday, weather-wise, including one family in Maple Grove that now has some home repairs. A strong storm system moved in from the west bringing heavy rain, lighting and thunder, and strong winds in some places. Downpours were so heavy in some areas that the morning commute was extremely treacherous, especially along Highway 212 in Chaska and Highway 169 in the Shakopee area.
$3,000 reward offered for information on goat's killing
Discover the mystery surrounding the tragic killing of a beloved St. Paul school's goat. A hefty $3000 reward is on offer for any information leading to an arrest. Tune in to FOX 9's coverage for the latest updates on this intriguing case.
Football: Ponies pull off dramatic comeback victory over Mounds View
ARDEN HILLS — It was a last-minute comeback Stillwater never imagined it would need, but the Ponies regrouped with a clapback of their own to overtake the Mustangs for a dramatic 21-17 Metro East Sub-District football victory on Friday, Sept. 22 at Mounds View High School. Stillwater quarterback Nick Kinsey found Tanner Schmidt for a touchdown reception with just eight seconds remaining to provide the deciding points. The diving catch in the back corner of the end zone completed an eight-play, 70-yard scoring drive that...
School bus driver hits bicyclist on I-35E in St. Paul
ST. PAUL, Minn. — A bicyclist is recovering after getting hit by a school bus driver on an interstate highway Wednesday night.Traffic cameras caught the aftermath.It happened on Interstate 35E near University Avenue in St. Paul. The Minnesota State Patrol said the person on the bike was not badly hurt.
Italianate Stone Carriage House Within Walking Distance of DWTN Stillwater, MN
This property has a lot to offer its guests…a pool, hot tub, private balconies off the bedrooms, and a spacious yard! The upper level of this carriage house features 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a large living area, dining space, and a kitchen. With this carriage house serving as an Inn for over 20 years, you know you’ll have an experience to talk about! This estate has been a part of Stillwater’s history for 133 years, originally being the home to James Mulvey and his horses.
A murder suspect mistakenly released from an Indianapolis jail was captured in Minnesota, police say
INDIANAPOLIS — A murder suspect who was mistakenly released two weeks ago from jail in Indianapolis was captured Wednesday by the U.S. Marshals Service in Minnesota, where he faces charges in a 2021 killing, police said. Kevin Mason, 28, was apprehended in the afternoon in St. Paul, said Marion County Sheriff Kerry Forestal, who added […] The post A murder suspect mistakenly released from an Indianapolis jail was captured in Minnesota, police say appeared first on Austin Daily Herald.
St. Paul becomes latest Minnesota city to pass smoking ban
A split St. Paul City Council voted in favor of a citywide smoking ban on Wednesday. The 4-3 vote prohibits smoking in parks and playgrounds, as well as within 25 feet of business entrances, exits, and windows.
Minnesota Schools Welcoming Back School Resource Officers
Discover why School Resource Officers are making a comeback in some Minnesota schools. This video explores the reasons behind their return and the impact it could have on the Twin Cities school community. Tune in for an insightful discussion.
Tweed Ride, Secrets Walking Tour at James J. Hill House
ST. PAUL (WJON News) -- Grab your bike and some vintage threads and head to St. Paul next Saturday. The James J. Hill House is hosting its second annual Twin Cities Tweed Ride and Lawn Party on Saturday, October 7th. Site Manager Betsy Faber says while vintage bikes and clothes...