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Driver in roundabout accident dies a week later

SIREN–– A Minnesota man involved in a police chase and accident in Siren has died, according to the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s Office. David Friel, 61, Finlayson, Minnesota, was driving a truck that was fleeing a traffic stop in the Village of Siren April 5, and seven days later was pronounc


1 dead in officer-involved shooting after traffic stop in Coon Rapids, Minn.

COON RAPIDS, Minn. (FOX 9) - One person is dead following an officer-involved shooting in Coon Rapids, Minnesota early Thursday morning. The Anoka County Sheriff's Office said officers with the Coon Rapids Police Department initiated a traffic stop near Foley Boulevard and 98th Lane West at 1:39 a.m


‘Help us!': Walter Mondale state park renaming causes flap

HINCKLEY, Minn. (FOX 9) - Birdsong occasionally broke the silence inside St. Croix State Park on a warm April afternoon this week, while the din of debate over the park’s name intensified outside its borders.


This is the Most Binge-Watched Show in Minnesota

Streaming services are so popular right now. Tons of people don't have cable anymore and watch most of their shows on a streaming service. Geek.com wanted to know which of the many shows you can stream get binge-watched the most in each state.


Fatal Crash In Pine County

MISSION CREEK TOWNSHIP, MN (KDAL) - Slippery roads and near white-out conditions resulted in several crashes in the area on Thursday. A 63 year old woman from Mora died in a three vehicle collision on Highway 23 just west of I-35 in Pine County. Two other people were injured in the crash including a


Turkey smashes through SUV's windshield on Interstate 94 in northwest Minnesota

A driver in northwest Minnesota avoided serious injury Wednesday when a turkey smashed through her windshield as she was driving on Interstate 94. Barnseville Police Department was among the law enforcement agencies that responded to an injury accident on I-94 in Clay County on a report of a "vehicl


Virus identified as a cause of paralyzing condition in Minnesota children

A virus appears to be the cause behind a rash of polio-like illnesses that struck Minnesota last fall, causing paralyzing symptoms in several children, including one girl who lost all motor function and remains hospitalized.


Only 4% of Donations to Rep. Ilhan Omar came from Minnesota

The controversial and unapologetic critic of Israel and Jews Democrat Rep. Ilhan Omar raised an impressive $832,000 in just three months in Congress. Politicians must report the names and addresses of donors who give over $200 per election cycle.


Hwy. 169 Reopens In Southern Minnesota After Mudslides

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A highway in southeastern Minnesota is has just reopened after mudslides closed it to traffic. Southbound Highway 169 closed Wednesday between St. Peter and Mankato.


California man wanted for costing Minnesota Vikings $70K in luxury suite scam

A San Francisco man on the lam cost the Minnesota Vikings more than $70,000 in a scam involving luxury suite rentals, according to the Hennepin County attorney’s office. He also hosted pregame party in a downtown Minneapolis luxury apartment he lived in for a month, allegedly without paying rent.


How Much Rain Did SE Minnesota Actually Get Yesterday?

It wasn't your imagination yesterday, we got A LOT of rain in our area. So much rain, in fact, mudslides closed down portions of 169 Southbound, streets in Northfield were closed due to standing water, and portions of LeSueur County roads were also closed due to all of the rainfall. But how much fel


Minnesota and Iowa lawmakers react to redacted Mueller Report

ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) – The much awaited Mueller Report was released Thursday morning leaving many local officials wanting more. FULL REPORT: Read the redacted version of the Mueller report HERE.


University of Minnesota professor and explorer pleads guilty to domestic assault

A promi­nent University of Min­ne­so­ta pro­fes­sor and arc­tic ex­plor­er pleaded guilty Thursday to felony domestic assault by strangulation, after admitting to violently attacking his fiancée in a drunken rage last year.


Local farmers and gardeners join for food fair

Farmers from Braham to Sandstone, along with the Master Gardeners from Kanabec and Pine counties, have come together to promote and educate about all of the locally raised food products and opportunities here in East Central Minnesota. The event is on Saturday, April 20, noon – 4 p.m. at Sapsucker F


No change in referendum recount

Siren School District held a recount for their second referendum question. There was no change in the vote totals, meaning the question regarding building new athletic facilities has failed.


State of Wisconsin Circuit Court Burnett County In the Matter of the Estate of William F. Johnson Notice Setting Time to Hear Application and Deadline for Filing Claims (Informal Administration) Case No. 19PR21

Notice Setting Time to Hear Application and Deadline for Filing Claims. (Informal Administration) 1. An application for informal administration was filed. 2. The decedent, with date of birth July 2, 1942 and date of death March 20, 2019 was domiciled in Burnett County, State of Wisconsin, with a mai


Webster ‘no hits’ Unity for conference win

BALSAM LAKE—Jack Washburn and Hunter Rosenbaum threw a five inning no hitter last Tuesday as the Webster Tigers blanked the Unity Eagles 10-0. Washburn hurled for four innings, walked three and struck out nine. Rosenbaum finished in relief, recording two strikeouts and a walk.


Despite cold and windy weather, Dragons victorious at Rush City Invite

The Dragons traveled to Rush City on Tuesday, April 9 to participate in the Rush City Invite. Pine City did great despite the cold and windy weather. The athletes performed well, but they will improve once the weather gets nicer. Despite the weather, both the girls and boys track and field teams cam


Moose Lake seeks referendum to 'complete campus'

Five years after voters approved a referendum to build the new prekindergarten through 12th-grade school, the Moose Lake School District is asking residents to vote "yes" on another referendum so it can complete the campus.


Rush City Library presents origami workshop

Shower mom on her special day with gifts folded from the heart during a special origami workshop Thursday, May 2, from 6-8 p.m., at the Rush City branch of East Central Regional Library.