The Grand Forks Sheriff’s Department’s use of small unmanned aircraft is attracting journalists from around the world.
A sleeping teenager was ejected from a car traveling north of Blackduck, then had to wait for the car’s driver to notice she was missing.
A new bill cracking down on the sale of synthetic drugs has passed both the House and Senate. But if it’s signed as expected by Governor Dayton, a Duluth businessman says he plans on challenging the law in court.
Mille Lacs County Attorney Jan Jude doubts that last month’s arrests of alleged gang members in Minnesota will make much of a dent in the gang problem.
A plan to use a private security contractor to police a central Minnesota town is on hold.
Bemidji has a new police chief. Mike Mastin, 36, replaces former chief Gerald Johnson, who retired in September after 32 years with the department.
The Winter Survival Kit app is designed to determine your exact location, notify law enforcement, calculate how long your car will run on the gas in your tank, and alert you when it’s time to clear the tailpipe to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning.
Rochester landlords have until Oct. 31 to comply with a new city law that requires them to attend a public safety and crime training seminar. The next seminar will be held on Saturday.
As news broke in St. Paul today around a potential end to the government shutdown stalemate, anglers enjoyed a day on Lake Bemidji, and some were fishing without a license.
The debate about whether small towns and cities should give up their local police department for county law enforcement is being sharpened by budget cutting issues