Authorities are investigating a deadly crash Sunday night along I-35 in Burnsville.
Following a big Vikings win on Monday Night Football in late October, safety Camryn Bynum made headlines around the world, when he used his post-game interview to bring attention to his wife Lalaine’s tough situation in the Philippines.
Minnesota Vikings’ safety Cam Bynum and the Open Door Pantry held an event Monday to pass out turkeys to the Burnsville community.
Traffic cameras captured the moments as a man was taken into custody at gunpoint by police on Highway 62 in Edina.
Traffic cameras captured the arrest of a man who apparently ran from police on Sunday and ended up arrested at gunpoint along Highway 62 in Edina.
Some raccoons in Burnsville are exhibiting odd behavior, and officials are asking people to stay away from them.
When we first met Austin and Taryn Durry, they were celebrating a viral hit song on TikTok. Now, Durry has released their first full album and are set to play a sold-out show at First Avenue.
FOX 9 sat down with producer Matthew Zabransky to learn more about the new film “100 foot Mountain” which highlights Buck Hill Ski Area in Burnsville. The film will premiere in October. To learn more, visit https://www.midwestskiers.com/
A young Dakota County street racer, who pled guilty to murder in a deadly 2021 crash, is set to be released before the end of the month. Now the families of the victims are speaking out, believing the criminal justice system has let them down.
Two families are shocked by the criminal justice system after a pair of siblings killed their children two years ago following a crash from street racing. The driver in the crash, then sentenced as a minor, will now soon be released. Fox 9’s Paul Blume has the details on the varying charges.
Burnsville police are searching for the suspects responsible for stealing a car with a small dog inside it.
FOX 9 News at 6: Sept. 8, 2023
A car stolen with its dog inside has sent one Burnsville family into a frantic search for its recovery. Burnsville police are currently asking the public for any leads.
A Twin Cities youth music charity is dealing with a double loss. Burglars hit their St. Paul venue right after they decided to consolidate their operations at their Burnsville site.
Tucked away near the back of this Burnsville garage sale sits piles upon piles of old-fashioned, flour sack dish towels, each stitch lovingly sewn by Janice Beguhn.
Sewing and stitching have always been a part of Janice Beguhn's life, but hand-sewn dish towels always held a special place in her heart.
Wildfires are both naturally occurring and beneficial — and, in many cases, necessary evolution of forests and grasslands alike. But it's far more complex than that with humans directly affecting our landscape in both good and not-so-good ways.
Prescribed burns, as they're often called, have become commonplace across the country, including right here in Minnesota. In fact, the city of Burnsville is using fire to transform its heavily forested city parks back into the oak savannas they once were hundreds of years ago. With several hundred acres of parks, they will be transformed over the course of many years. But it's already underway in Terrace Oaks Park with roughly one-third of the 220-acre park restored.
A Burnsville man is accused of killing and dismembering his 82-year-old mother and then scattering her body parts across southern Minnesota.
The Somali community came out in thousands Monday despite the heat to show support for the family of the five women killed in a crash on Lake Street Friday evening.