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Woman charged in alley crash that killed 2 people
According to the criminal complaint, Michele Reimann, 47, was riding in a van with two other people when they pulled into a convenience store. When the driver went inside the store, the complaint states that Reimann drove away with the other friend.
Minnesota Police Regularly Inject People With Hallucinogenic Drug Against Their Will, Report Says
Police in Minneapolis regularly instruct compliant paramedics to inject detained citizens with the drug ketamine, an anesthetic and sedative which doubles as an extremely powerful hallucinogen, according to a report bytheMinneapolis Star Tribune. The newspaper reviewed the draft results of an invest
Major I-94 interchange project announced for Oakdale, Woodbury
The traffic-clogged intersection of Interstates 94 and 494/694 will be getting an expansion and makeover, according to the state Department of Transportation.The$28.5 million projectwill add one extra lane to northbound and southbound traffic. It will also expand entry ramps and approach lanes.The p
Northfield July 4th Fireworks, Parade, More: 2018 Guide
If you purchase your own fireworks this year, Minnesota authorities remind you that:If it flies or explodes, it's illegal in Minnesota. You could face fines and confiscation of illegal fireworks.Use fireworks in an open area away from houses and other structures.Don't let children run through the ar
What's The Law For Pedestrians, Drivers Crossing The Street?
ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO)— Every other day, a pedestrian in St. Paul is hit by a driver. On Friday night, a man was killed at the corner of Rice Street and Como Avenue.
Police reports: June 5-11
DRIVE-OFF: An officer received a theft report from the Holiday Gas Station on Triangle Lane at 11:21 a.m. after someone pumped fuel, failed to return the nozzle to the gas pump, and left. A check of the license plate showed the vehicle had been reported stolen. The vehicle was later found by another
Fridely police seek public’s help identifying bank robber
Fridley police are asking for the public’s help in identifying the woman in this surveillance image, who they say robbed Firefly Credit Union on Saturday, June 9, 2018. (Courtesy of the Fridley Police Department)
Blaine Woman Charged In Deadly North Minneapolis Crash
Michelle Reimann was charged Monday with two counts of criminal vehicular homicide and one count of criminal vehicular homicide in connection with the incident. Authorities say Reimann is still in the hospital and hasn’t had a court appearance yet, but will be held on $750,000 bail when she does.
Minnesota Weather: Tornado Watch In Hennepin, Ramsey, Washington
TWIN CITIES, MN — The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch for parts of the Twin Cities metro area Sunday, including Hennepin, Ramsey, and Washington County. The warning lasts through 9 p.m.
Deadly Weekend On Minnesota Roads
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO)— The past few days have been deadly on Minnesota roads.The Minnesota State Patrol has reported several fatal crashes.Authorities say two men are dead after a truck ran a stop sign and hit another vehicle near Vermillion in the southeast Twin Cities metro. It happened at about 9 p.
Family remembers victim of alley crash near Penn Avenue
A crash on Friday night near Penn Avenue in Minneapolis took the life of a father just days before Father's Day. The family he left behind remembers him today. https://kare11.tv/2yhhgeH
Witness Recalls North Minneapolis Alley Crash That Killed 2
Kym Trueblood was driving near Lowry and Penn when he almost became a victim in a crash that killed two people and left two others seriously injured, Reg Chapman reports (1:55). WCCO 4 News at 6 - June 16, 2018
2 Minnesota fathers die in crash on eve of Father's Day
Witnesses told authorities that a pickup truck driven by 36-year-old Jon Fontaine, of Farmington, rolled through a stop sign and slammed into an SUV. Both vehicles rolled into the ditch.
Police have driver under guard in hospital after crash in Mpls. alley left 2 dead
Police on Monday have under guard in a hospital the driver of a van who fled after she allegedly hit one car in north Minneapolis and then crashed into a parked vehicle in an alley, leaving two people dead.The two crashes occurred Friday night, the first near West Broadway and Russell Avenue and the
2 killed in Minneapolis alleyway crash
iStockTwo people are dead and two injured after an alleyway crash in north Minneapolis on Friday evening.The incident happened in the area of Lowry and Penn Avenue North just before 8 p.m. and it came shortly after a hit-and-run crash was reported nearby.Police observed two vehicles traveling at a h
State Patrol: Robbinsdale Man Dies In Bloomington Motorcycle Crash
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO)– A 48-year-old Robbinsdale man died early Saturday morning in a motorcycle crash in Bloomington, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.Authorities responded to the crash just after 2 a.m. in the area of Interstate 494 and Highway 100. The State Patrol says a 2014 Harley Davidson
Former Burnsville teacher sentenced for criminal sexual conduct with teen student
A former Burnsville High School music teacher who admitted to having sex with a teenage student was sentenced Thursday to 60 days in jail and additional jail time each of the 15 years he’ll serve on probation.Erik Michael Akervik, 30, of Burnsville, pleaded guilty in Dakota County District Court in
Minneapolis Hosts Juneteenth Celebration At Bethune Park
History re-enactments and a cookout made up the Minneapolis “Freedom Day” celebration at Bethune Park. Juneteenth dates back to 1865, when Union soldiers reached Galveston, Texas to deliver the news that the Civil War had ended and that the enslaved were free.
One of two victims in Minneapolis alley crash is identified
A 40-year-old Minneapolis man has been identified as one of two people killed in a violent two-vehicle crash in a north Minneapolis alley Friday evening.Terrence Lee Odom was in the driver’s seat of a parked car that was struck by a speeding vehicle driven by a woman down an alley north of Lowry and
Minn. Renaissance Festival director accused of raping photographer...
SHAKOPEE, Minn. — Carr Hagerman, a Minnesota Renaissance Festival official best known as the Rat Catcher character, was charged Tuesday, June 12, in Scott County District Court in the alleged rape of a photographer on the festival grounds in September.