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A 19-year-old Northfield man will spend a year in jail and another 15 years on probation in connection with two incidents of criminal sexual conduct. One of the incidents involved a 15-year-old Rosemount girl.
Archaeologists believe that skeletal remains found this week at a Hastings construction site are from the early 1800s.
One of five people charged in the synthetic drug overdose death of a Woodbury girl pleaded guilty Friday to third-degree murder.
You will not need a photo I-D to vote in tomorrow's Wisconsin fall primaries
A 26-year-old man is finally under arrest in Fond du Lac, after he was allegedly nude while committing at least three home invasions since June 24th. The man was arrested...
Minnesotans choose in tomorrow's (Tues) primary election which one of the four major Republican candidates for governor will be on the ballot in November. The rivals squared-off last week at...
MILWAUKEE -- Clayton Kershaw won his 11th straight decision yesterday, when the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Milwaukee Brewers 5-to-1 at Miller Park. Milwaukee made four outs on the base-paths...
OAKLAND, CA -- Phil Hughes struck out seven in seven innings of one-run ball to guide the Twins to a 6-1 win over the Athletics at O.co Coliseum. Hughes improved...
Dennis Meier's 1932 Ford V8 was named Best in Show during the 37th annual Beldenville Old Car Club Show and Swap Meet July 27 at the Pierce County Fairgrounds. @h:Classic cars and more @ct:Despite Mother Nature’s interference, people from around Western Wisconsin flocked to the Pierce County Fairgrounds for the 37th annual Beldenville Old Car Club Show and Swap Meet Sunday. Awards were given in 15 categories, including convertibles, street machine cars and cars from 1900-1932. Visitors also enjoyed perusing the collector and antique tractors, along with the farm toy show. Pictured are Brian Hopp of Beldenville, displaying his Chevrolet Impala, Dennis Owen of Ellsworth, who showed off his Plymouth Roadrunner, and guests enjoying the different varieties of cars. Award winners will be published in next week’s Herald. (Herald photos by Jason Schulte)
As summer begins the slow transition to fall, students begin to focus on school routines.