The school day is looking a lot different these days. Face-to-face contact is out, creative ways of connecting are in.
Two people were killed and juvenile sustained serious injuries in a two-vehicle crash in Scott County Wednesday.
Health professionals from across the country are now heading to New York City to join the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. Among them is a nurse from Minnesota.
Minnesota’s Department of Health commissioner said the state’s 89 confirmed COVID-19 cases are “just the tip of the iceberg.”
Canterbury Park in Shakopee, Minnesota is temporarily suspending all card casino, simulcast and special events operations amid COVID-19 concerns, the company announced Monday.
Flooding on the Minnesota River has closed Scott County Highway 9/Carver County Highway 11 near Jordan, Minnesota for the foreseeable future.
The Scott County Sheriff's Office is raising awareness about packaging for cannabis-infused edibles that make the products look similar to popular candies.
Shakopee Public Schools released a statement Monday saying that a parent had come into contact with a coronavirus patient.
A marijuana deal gone wrong is what police believe led to the shooting death of a 16-year-old boy in Savage, Minnesota last week.
Savage police officers arrested three people, including one juvenile, in connection to the deadly shooting of a 16-year-old boy at a Target parking lot, according to the Savage Police Department.
Police are investigating after a teen was critically injured Friday evening in the parking lot of a Target in Savage, Minnesota.
Late Saturday night, two Shakopee officers responded to a report of an unwanted guest at an apartment complex in Shakopee. Turns out that guest was a bat.
A Shakopee student is in the running for a national award for her artwork.
A fire broke out Wednesday night at the Cameron's Coffee facility in Shakopee, according to the Shakopee Fire Department.
In the metro, we woke up to a decent amount of snow on the ground. But, the further south you went, the more snow there was.
A Shakopee High School senior who started her own nonprofit clothing boutique for teenage girls in need recently received one of the nation’s top community service awards for youth.
The family of Ryan Hobot, the man found dead along Highway 169 on Jan. 16, has reported they received new information from authorities.
As officials continue to investigate how a young man ended up dead along Highway 169 in Shakopee, Minnesota, friends remember him as a kind and optimistic person.
State investigators have been brought in to determine how a man's body ended up in the median along Highway 169 in Shakopee, Minnesota on Thursday.
Many questions remain about the body found in the center median of Highway 169 at Canterbury Road in Shakopee Thursday afternoon.