Environmental scientists were called to a Carver County lake overrun with invasive fish just days after crews removed roughly 50,000 goldfish from it.
This is the line for in-person early voting in Chaska, Minnesota on Oct. 31, 2020. A person toward the front of the line said they had been waiting about 90 minutes. The line to drop off a ballot is shorter.
Healthcare workers on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic will receive two free tickets to visit the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum through Nov. 18, the Arboretum announced Sunday.
The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension has identified the deputy who shot and killed a man, who authorities say was holding a female hostage at gunpoint on the Mendota Bridge Monday morning.
The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum in Chaska, Minnesota is reopening Friday, but only visitors will have to stay in their vehicles.
Under Minnesota’s stay-at-home order, the business landscape has changed dramatically and for some, it may never look the same. Those in the retail industry say they’re doing their best to adapt.
A Minnesota mother is fighting for a bill that would allow school nurses and staff to administer medical cannabis to students for medical reasons.
An inmate wrote a letter thanking the Carver County Sheriff for what they said were great conditions at the jail and a "patient, respectful and encouraging" staff.
An Eden Prairie, Minnesota woman and a Chaska man who had been missing since Thursday were found safe in Sparks, Nevada Monday morning, according to the Eden Prairie Police Department.
Minnesota football players are getting a huge opportunity this weekend to play games under the bright lights at TCO Stadium in Eagan.
The Minnesota State Fair is a lucrative business for most companies, but Southwest Transit can’t make a profit during the Minnesota Get Together despite record-breaking ridership.
Water levels along Highway 41 are expected to rise in the coming days.
The community shared concerns over racism at Chaska High School during Monday's school board meeting.
Rising water on the Minnesota River is causing more road closures in the Twin Cities metro.
The owner of Scream Town in Chaska, Minnesota says the popular attraction will open as scheduled this weekend after he reached an agreement with Carver County.
The county pulled its contact after the owners derogatory post
The family of the woman who was shot by Chaska police that night will get more than $1 million after reaching a settlement with the city.