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HCC women are still trying to improve
HIBBING — The Hibbing Community College women’s basketball team might be 13-1 in the Northern Division, but there’s still room to improve. That’s the rallying cry for the Cardinals as they try to round into shape for the Region XIII Tournament the first weekend of March.
Minnesota Weather: Storm Expected To Dump Up To 8 Inches On The Metro, Smash The February Snow Record
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The snowstorm swirling over Minnesota is expected to smash the February snow record in the Twin Cities, where up to 8 inches of snow is expected to stack up Wednesday alone. And, on top of all that snow, another significant storm is expected to hit Minnesota this weekend.
Up for auction: Bob Dylan's childhood bathroom sink
As unusual pieces of musical history go, this has got to be up near the top of the list. The bathroom sink that you see in the picture above is the same sink that a young Robert Zimmerman would use to wash his hands and face as a young lad in Hibbing, Minnesota.
Minnesota Supreme Court won’t review sentencing decision in rape case where defendant got probation
A sentence by a district court judge in a rape case — characterized by the Ramsey County Attorney’s Office as a “slap on the wrist” — will stand. The Minnesota Supreme Court Tuesday denied the county attorney’s office’s request that the high court review the case. The high court’s decision comes aft
Minnesota man gets 18 months tacked on to prison sentence
A former Minnesotan already facing five years in prison in connection with a Dunn County case had an extra 18 months tacked onto that sentence during a hearing on Friday, Feb. 15, 2019, in Barron County Circuit Court.
Prep Boys Hockey: Hawks, Hunters, Hounds, Jacks Move on to Section Semis; Spartans Punch Ticket to Section Finals
HERMANTOWN, Minn. – Blake Biondi, Cole Antcliff and Brady Baker each finished with a hat trick as Hermantown defeated Hibbing/Chisholm 13-0 Tuesday night at the Hermantown Ice Arena.
’Jackets claim IRC crown: Hibbing staves off Blue Devil rallies for 102-74 win
HIBBING — One goal every season for the Hibbing High School boys basketball team is winning the Iron Range Conference title. The Bluejackets can check that one off of their list.
Minnesota couple busted with meth in Arizona
Eveleth, MN (Learfield) - An investigation involving law enforcement in northeast Minnesota and Arizona lands a couple from Eveleth in jail on felony drug charges. The Lake Superior Drug and Violent Crimes Task Force says 28-year-old Brad Smith and 39-year-old Kathy Anderson were busted in Arizona w
The Best Thing About Minnesota’s Extreme Cold and Snowy Winter
We've been enduring a particularly cold and snowy winter even by Minnesota standards, but there's at least one good thing about it. We're in the middle of the snowiest February ever in Rochester, and before the snow, we had bitter cold temperatures of 30 below zero. But, we DO have the Polar Vortex
Two Eveleth residents arrested in Arizona drug bust
Two Eveleth residents were arrested as part of a drug bust in Arizona, where they face charges related to the transportation of dangerous drugs. According to a press release from the St. Louis County Sheriff’s Department, 39-year-old Kathy Anderson and 28-year-old Bradley Smith of Eveleth were arres
Cardinal men searching for consistency
HIBBING — The Hibbing Community College men’s basketball is having a rough time at the moment, and the Cardinals can’t seem to shake it. It doesn’t help that Hibbing coach Paul Ciochetto can’t put out a constant lineup every day to build some consistency on the floor.
Minnesota dentist, 55, is charged with setting fire to neighbor's dilapidated boathouse after complaining about the eyesore at lake association meeting
1/4 SLIDES © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited. John Michael Haag, 55, has been charged with arson after the dentist confessed to setting fire to his neighbor's dilapidated boathouse in New Richmond, Wisconsin.
2 vehicle crash in Idaho takes Minnesota native's life
BURLEY, Idaho (AP)- Idaho State Police say two people are dead and two others were flown to a regional hospital after a wrong-way crash on Interstate 84 in southern Idaho Monday night.
Minnesota BCA seeks information on missing Cloquet man
The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension issued a missing person’s alert for a Cloquet man Tuesday. Dakotah Jayde Abramowski, 20, was last seen in Cloquet on Jan. 5. Abramowski is 5-foot-10, 170 pounds, has hazel eyes and brown hair, and was wearing dark clothes.
Spinouts reported on snow-covered Minnesota roads, delays likely
Morning commuters are dealing with roads completely covered in snow across the southern half of Minnesota. Dozens of spinouts were already being reported at 6:30 a.m. as drivers find challenging conditions on the roads as they made their way to work.
Minnesota man arrested for possession of 2 pounds of meth in Eau Claire
EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) -- A Minnesota man is arrested in Eau Claire, after police found him in possession of more than 2 pounds of meth. Police say they were investigating a case involving drug trafficking on February 4th.
Snow will continue through much of day in west central Minnesota
WILLMAR - Area schools are closed and snow plows are out in force as a winter storm continues to track through the area during the day. The Minnesota Department of Transportation reports that major highways in the Willmar area remain completely covered with a mix of snow, ice or slush and that motor
Credit Card Data Breached at Shops Across Minnesota
UNDATED -- Credit card information for customers at a number of businesses in central and greater Minnesota could have been compromised last month. North Country Business Products -- a retail technology provider -- says the incident may have resulted in unauthorized access to payment information of
Minnesota corrections commissioner: 'Tougher penalties coming for inmates who assault prison staff'
Minnesota Corrections Department Commissioner Paul Schnell tells 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS his agency is reviewing and will "soon" implement tougher discipline for inmates who assault prison staff.
Minn. man wants to know why a drug costs $40 in Canada, $350 in US
EVELETH, Minn. — Travis Paulson lay in bed, miserable with what felt like a bad case of the flu. He had known that not taking insulin for his Type 1 diabetes would leave him sick and in pain, Paulson says now.