Voyageurs National Park will launch its campsite reservation and fee system next month. The park on Minnesota’s northern border will phase in the system staring April 1. Officials have chosen 34 sites that will be marked with “reservation only” signs for the first year and will expand the program for 2015. Park officials hope the [...]
Archive for March, 2014
Sgt. Rob Ouverson joined Jesse Logan for our report this morning!
Benton County sheriff’s officials have released the name of a man whose body was found east of St. Cloud. The Midwest Medical Examiner’s office says it’s the body of 31-year-old Jamie Wylie of Foley. Wylie was reported missing in December. WJON reports the cause and manner of death are still pending. Wylie’s body was found [...]
The man accused in a deadly hit-and-run accident near Interstate 35 last June has entered a guilty plea. Thirty-two-year-old Derek Anthony Sanders, of Wyoming, Minnesota pleaded guilty to a Criminal Vehicular Homicide charge Tuesday afternoon, according to court records. The victim was 24-year-old Army veteran Trevor Langlois, also of Wyoming. Authorities said Langlois was standing [...]
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton is urging members of the legislature, as well as advocates and law enforcement, to form a common compromise when dealing with the proposal of medical marijuana.
WCCO reports a police dog who was responsible for finding more than 20 pounds of narcotics and assisting in the arrests of numerous suspects has died. The Cass County Sheriff’s Office announced that Portos, a German Shepherd, died on Tuesday afternoon. He served on the department for seven years before retiring in December 2012. Portos [...]
Jared Allen has agreed to terms with the Chicago Bears on a four-year deal to help replace Julius Peppers in Chicago. A person with knowledge of the agreement tells The Associated Press that Allen will get $15.5 million guaranteed on a deal that could be worth as much as $32 million. The person requested anonymity [...]