Local News
  • Bicycle Accident News

    Investigators say the death of a bicyclist struck by a vehicle in McLeod County was the result of distracted driving. A Prior Lake woman is facing three criminal charges from the accident that killed 40-year-old …

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    18 Aug 15
  • UnderageDrinking

    The appeal officers ruled that Mankato City Council’s punishment of Dutler’s Bowl after 61 minors were cited for underage drinking at the establishment this spring was too severe. The appeal officer handed his opinion down …

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    18 Aug 15
  • death-investigation

    Police are conducting an investigation following the death of a 3-month-old infant boy in Hutchinson on Friday. Authorities say the infant was unresponsive and not breathing when paramedics arrived at the scene. Rescue officials performed …

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    18 Aug 15
  • CriminalSex

    A prostitution sting that took place over the weekend in Fairmont netted five suspects. Officers from the Fairmont and New Ulm Police Departments and the Mankato Department of Public Safety along with Martin and Nicollet …

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    18 Aug 15
  • CarCrash

    Five people were injured Sunday afternoon in a head-on crash in Sibley County. According to the state patrol the accident occurred just before 4:30 on Highway 19 west of Henderson. A Mercury Milan driven by …

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    17 Aug 15
  • Railroad crossing

    The Brown County Sheriff’s Department responded to the scene of a truck train accident in Cobden Friday morning. According to authorities a River Region semi truck driven by Patrick James Anerson of New Ulm failed …

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    17 Aug 15
  • motorcyclecrash

    A Butterfield man is recovering after hitting a deer with his motorcycle Friday evening. The accident occurred just before 5:30 Friday evening. According to the state patrol Tim Steinle of Butterfield was driving south on …

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    17 Aug 15
  • Historical-Society-3

    The Brown County Historical Society is commemorating the war of 1862 by hosting programs this week. The programs are free and are intended to help people understand the devastation to families and Native Americans in …

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    17 Aug 15