Wayzata Community Sailing Center let fire department use facility for exercises
Hopkins Police Captain Erik Husevold received the “40 Under 40” award from the International Association of Chiefs of Police during its annual conference in October. The award recognizes law enforcement professionals from around the world who are under the age of 40 and exemplify leadership …
A sign designating the Wayzata segment of U.S. Highway 12 as “Officer Bill Mathews Memorial Highway” will serve as a reminder to motorists of the fallen Wayzata police officer. Two signs were recently installed along the highway following state legislative approval this past spring. Mathews,…
The Plymouth Police Department has decided to move forward with the implementation process of the body-worn camera program. Public comments will be taken before to the council is expected to vote on the proposed policy later this winter.
The Excelsior Fire District is volunteering for the Giving Tree Project, which places fully-decorated Christmas trees in the homes of local families struggling with hard times.
The Excelsior Fire District and Excelsior Real Estate will host the annual Kids Free Movie, with doors opening at 8:45 a.m. and the movie starting at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 1, at Dock Cinema, 26 Water St., Excelsior.
The Wayzata Police Department has taken several reports of tampering and thefts from motor vehicles this week on Rice Street East, Grand Avenue South, Barry Avenue South, Birch Lane and the 700 block of Wayzata Boulevard East.
The Hennepin County Medical Examiner has ruled that the Sept. 16 drowning of Erick Barbieri-Astorga, 40, of Shorewood, in Smith Bay on Lake Minnetonka was accidental.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office has announced the arrest and extradition of a man with ties to Plymouth after faking his death to collect on a $2 million life insurance.
A Minneapolis man is accused of carjacking a taxi in St. Louis Park and colliding with another vehicle in St. Paul during a high-speed police chase.
On Nov. 13, the Minnetonka School District reported that a viral text message containing a hoax bomb threat was circulating among middle and high school students.
Workers at a Plymouth grocery store were at the right place at the right time for a man whose life was saved after he collapsed at the store.
There were no serious injuries and minor traffic delays after a Thursday, Nov. 8, motor vehicle crash near Country Road 101 and Seven High Drive in Minnetonka where a car rolled over in front of the Super Target. Minnetonka Police and Fire and Hennepin County Medical Center responded. (Sun S…
“Today marks one of many steps that we hope will allow our community to heal and come together to remember those who lost their lives while serving to protect our community,” said Wayzata City Councilmember Johanna McCarthy during a ground-breaking ceremony Nov. 2 outside Wayzata City Hall w…
Residents are invited to get to know Plymouth police officers at a Bagels with Badges event 9:30-11 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 15, at Bruegger’s Bagels, 4000 Annapolis Lane N.
Luminaire Environmental and Technologies Inc. of Plymouth has pleaded guilty to one count of mail fraud for the improper disposal of toxic waste. Co-defendants John D. Miller, 61, of Plymouth; and Joseph V. Miller, 58, of Chanhassen, previously entered guilty pleas for their roles in the fra…
A jury trial has been set for a 57-year-old Medina woman charged in the June 2017 pedestrian fatality of a Plymouth woman.
During its monthly meeting on Oct. 10, the South Lake Minnetonka Police Department Coordinating Committee unanimously approved the department’s body-worn camera program, which will be up and running later this year.
The City of Wayzata will host a groundbreaking event for its new Wayzata Police Memorial noon Friday, Nov. 2, outside city hall, 600 Rice St. E.