Authorities are investigating a crash that left a bicyclist dead Monday in Monticello, Minnesota.
The Buffalo Allina Health clinic shooter told dispatchers where to find the victims he shot, what kind of injuries they had and where first responders could find his gun and bombs, newly released 911 calls detail.
A judge ruled Monday that Gregory Ulrich, the Buffalo clinic shooting suspect, must undergo a mental health evaluation to determine whether he is competent to stand trial.
As Greg Ulrich, the man charged with setting off bombs and opening fire at a medical clinic in Buffalo last month injuring four and killing one, prepares to make another appearance in court, the community continues to find support among one another.
Deputies say reports of a vehicle left running led investigators to the scene of a murder-suicide Friday evening in Wright County, Minnesota.
Human remains found in rural Wright County late last year have been identified as a 52-year-old man who went missing near Howard Lake, Minnesota over the summer.
Residents have launched an online fundraiser to help pay for supplies as the City of Montrose, Minnesota warns the public that elevated levels of manganese were detected in the city's drinking water.
The City of Montrose says elevated levels of manganese have been detected in its drinking water, which could pose health risks.
Court documents show additional encounters between law enforcement and the alleged suspect in the Allina Clinic shooting in Buffalo.
A Wright County Sheriff's deputy investigating Gregory Ulrich, the man charged in the deadly Allina Health clinic shooting, believes Ulrich's dependency on pain medication was the "driving force" in the incident, according to search warrant applications filed in the case.
A long lost birthday card became a special surprise to a woman who lost her grandfather last fall.
Tuesday marked one week since the deadly shooting at the Allina Health clinic in Buffalo, Minnesota.
To honor the victims of the Allina Health clinic shooting, the city of Buffalo is lighting up in purple.
One week after a shooting at a health clinic rocked the city of Buffalo, Minnesota, the families of the five victims released messages of thanks to the community and first responders.
Tuesday marks one week since the deadly attack at the Allina Health clinic in Buffalo, Minnesota.
People in the Buffalo community are finding ways to connect with and support one another after a shooting at a local health clinic, all while dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic and record cold temperatures.
Residents in Buffalo, Minnesota are showing their support for those impacted by the deadly shooting at the Allina Health clinic.
Allina Health announced the organization has set up a fund for donations for the five families impacted by the deadly shooting at the clinic in Buffalo, Minnesota.
Allina Health workers honored the victims of a shooting this week at the Buffalo clinic on Friday, as three remain hospitalized following the attack that left one person dead.
Buffalo held its third annual Kites on the Ice event Saturday, but things were different this year, as the community begins to heal following a shooting that killed one person and injured four others.