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Frightening dog attack in Burnsville takes the life of one pet, injures owner
“I picked up my dog, and I said get your dog away get your dog away,” said Suzette Jamison, the owner of the dog that died in the attack. “And I realized the dog wasn’t wearing a leash or a collar. And the woman swore at me and said didn’t you see us coming?”
300 keys to new cars, one vehicle stolen from Apple Autos in Shakopee
According to Chris Gulbrandson, the President of Apple Autos, a burglar broke into the rear garage door by crawling through a window to steal the box.
Police recover puppy stolen from car in Chaska
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Woman found in Fargo, charged with setting fire in downtown Minneapolis Marshalls
A 38-year-old woman has been captured and charged with setting a fire in the downtown Marshalls store that did more than $500,000 damage and had the outlet closed for nearly four weeks.Lewonda Jones, of Brooklyn Center, was charged last week in Hennepin County District Court with two counts of arson
State Patrol responding to semi truck rollover on Highway 169 & I-494 exit ramp
BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (KMSP)- Minnesota State Patrol is responding to a semi truck that rolled on the ramp to Interstate 494 east from Highway 169 north in Bloomington, Minnesota.
Burnsville family helps rescue dogs
International Homeless Animals Day is Aug. 18, and Jeff and Diana Hall, owners of Camp Bow Wow Burnsville, are doing their part to “lend a paw.”
O-Zone Late Night: Jaguars 14, Vikings 10
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – Let’s get to it …Roger from Houston, TXIf you get a sack, but then get an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty for a brainlessly offensive celebration, do you still get credit for the sack? Asking for a friend.This was defensive end Yannick Ngakoue’s sequence early in the game Saturd
MISSING: 20-year old Bloomington man with 'serious medical conditions'
Courtesy: Bloomington Police DepartmentBLOOMINGTON, Minn. (KMSP)- Bloomington Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing 20-year-old.The man’s name is Jacob and he reportedly has “serious medical conditions.”He was last seen in the area of 8200 Irving Ave. S.Authorities are asking
Man admits downing 10 tequila shots, driving wrong way on I-94 and killing 2 teens
A 27-year-old man has pleaded guilty to quickly downed 10 shots of tequila at downtown Minneapolis bars before driving the wrong way on the interstate and causing a collision killed two people in the other vehicle.Quoc Tran, of Osseo, entered his plea last week in Hennepin County District Court to t
Police say puppy stolen from car parked outside Chaska store
Goldy, described by his owner as a mini Labradoodle, was taken from the car while parked outside the wholesale Goodwill store Friday afternoon just off Lyman Boulevard, police said.
Minneapolis company lets pet parents take ‘fur-ternity leave’
Nina Hale’s policy was inspired by senior accounts manager, Connor McCarthy, Minnesota Public Radio News reported.
‘Vote or you don’t get to complain’: Why so many voted in Tuesday’s primary
Minnesotans were more excited about voting in August than they’ve been in a long time.More than a quarter of registered voters cast ballots in the Aug. 14 primary, the best turnout in more than 20 years.For Amanda Anderson of Apple Valley, it was a chance to make a difference.“So many people complai
Police seek help finding woman, 5 kids in Anoka County
Columbia Heights police and the Anoka County Sheriff's Office put out the alert on Dionne Nikkole Allen, 32, and her kids.
Lawyer pleads guilty in porn-trolling case that netted millions in fraudulent suits
A Minneapolis lawyer accused of “porno-trolling” pleaded guilty Friday to conspiracy to commit mail fraud and wire fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering.Paul Hansmeier, 37, of Woodbury, and his law partner John Steele, an Illinois attorney,were charged in 2016after authorities discovered t
1 injured in overnight shooting in uptown Minneapolis, suspect in custody
According to police, around 1:35 a.m., officers were in the area of Lagoon and Humboldt Avenue South when they heard the sound of shots fired. Officers ran toward the area and witnesses pointed out the vehicle they said the shooter was in.
Vikings come up short, 14-10, in rocky preseason loss to Jaguars
If the impressive opening statement delivered by the Vikings’ offense in their first preseason game against the Denver Broncos must be taken with a grain of salt– and it should — so must the rocky performance the group turned in on Saturday.The Vikings’ offense had faced a stout Jacksonville Jaguars
Boy's hot dog stand has become a North Minneapolis landmark
Njim Lloyd, FacebookThe 13-year-old boy who now has license to sell hot dogs in North Minneapolis has seen his stand become a local landmark.Since the City of Minneapolis officially approved his stand a month ago, Jaequan Faulkner has been capitalizing on his new status as one of the city's young ce
Rapid Vikings Reaction: Jaguars 14, Vikings 10
The Vikings’ 14-10 loss to Jacksonville at U.S. Bank Stadium was an unwatchable mess. Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins made his home Vikings debut...and completed three of his eight passes for 12 yards. Latavius Murray, starting at running back as the team continued to hold out star Dalvin Cook as h
Bloomington Police Seek Help In Missing Person Search
BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (WCCO)– A 20-year-old man, identified by Bloomington Police as “Jacob,” has been reported missing, and authorities say he has serious medical conditions.
Closures On I-35W Bridge In Burnsville Begin Next Week
Beginning at 7 p.m. Monday, August 20, expect alternating lane closures nightly on I-35W between Cliff Road and 106th Street as crews conduct preliminary work for the I-35W Minnesota River bridge reconstruction project. At 9 p.m. the road may be reduced to a single lane.