The commissioner of Minnesota’s Department of Public Safety, John Harrington, announced during a Friday morning press conference that a “unified response” to the riots in Minneapolis was being coordinated among local law enforcement agencies in anticipation of continued unrest Friday and ove…
The Coon Rapids Police Department is asking for the public's assistance in locating a suspect in an attempted abduction and assault the morning of Friday, June 21.
Law enforcement is asking the public’s help identifying a vehicle suspected to be linked to a Columbia Heights home invasion reported around 12:15 a.m. Wednesday, June 5.
Fridley High School students witnessed first-hand the impact of drunk and distracted driving during a simulated fatal crash on April 25 and 26, during the two-day Arrive Alive program.
The Minnesota Department of Revenue announced that the Washington County Attorney’s Office recently charged Jawad Kadim Al-Maliki, of Fridley, with one felony count of possessing untaxed tobacco products.
Columbia Heights police officer Darry Jones Jr. has always had a love for boxing. As a child, he would carry around boxing gloves in his backpack, challenging others on the basketball court. Although he pursed basketball, going on to earn a college scholarship, Jones wanted to give boxing an…
Rep. Mary Kunesh-Podein, DFL-New Brighton, is among the many legislators supporting a bill that would ban the use of hand-held phones while driving.
The Fridley City Council allowed a massage therapy license application to be withdrawn after an investigation into the business uncovered fraud.
UPDATE: The original version of this article stated that the Larkin's retirement celebration was being held at the New Brighton Public Safety Building.
Building on its innovative and effective approach to combating domestic violence, Anoka County has created and launched a new tool for victims.
A former Columbia Heights middle school teacher and football coach faces multiple charges after authorities say he sexually assaulted a student.
Students from in the Columbia Heights School District, who otherwise may not have been able to, spent Dec. 20 Christmas shopping for their families. Thanks to over $9,000 in contributions made by the Columbia Heights Police Association, city employees, local citizens and businesses, 24 famil…
Rachel Kayl, 33, Maple Grove, was sentenced this week to 10 years probation, and had her driver’s license revoked for six years for her role in the 2016 traffic accident that took the lives of Mounds View High School students Stephanie Carlson and Bridget Giere, who were both 16 at the time …
The Columbia Heights Police Department is asking for help identifying the man they say vandalized property along the 3900 and 4000 blocks of Central Avenue.
The Anoka County Sheriff’s office has released the identities of the individuals involved in a crash in Columbia Heights on Dec. 15.
A New Brighton Domino’s Pizza employee was sentenced to probation after returning to work and damaging property in retaliation to his paycheck, which was less than he had been expecting.
The Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office is hosting a Citizen Academy in January. This three week course will take participants on a behind the scenes journey of the work and activities of the Sheriff’s Office. The course will begin Tuesday, Jan. 15 and continue through Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019. Se…