Preliminary autopsy results show an Austin doctor died after crashing his bike while wearing a helmet. Austin Police Chief Brian Krueger said Monday that 72-year-old Dr. Richard Schindler's bike crashed Saturday morning on an unpaved bike path near Riverland Community College.
Cities in the St. Cloud area are facing a shortage of trucks for hauling road salt amid an extended construction season. Curt Yoakum of the state Administration Department says one of three vendors the state contracts with is having trouble getting salt to customers as construction runs late following a wet spring.
A former Kiester man accused of licking his fingers and poking a Mankato police officer in both ears has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor to avoid a felony charge. Twenty-four-year-old Riley Swearingen pleaded guilty to disruptive intoxication Monday.
Authorities say a 78-year-old man is dead after being accidentally buried in a drainage ditch in Carver County. Sheriff Jim Olson says his office was called to the accident in Dahlgren Township just after 2 p.m. Sunday.
Two men have pleaded guilty in separate drunken driving crashes in Minneapolis that each resulted in a death. Fifty-year-old John Iverson of Minneapolis pleaded guilty to criminal vehicular homicide for driving his van on Feb. 3 after drinking heavily at a bar and killing a bicyclist.
An Amtrak passenger from Minneapolis has been arrested after a search of his luggage turned up 17 pounds of marijuana, 14 pounds of marijuana-infused edibles and some hashish. The Tri-Agency Safe Trails Task Force says Amtrak personnel contacted authorities last week to report a passenger who smelled of marijuana.
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