The brown-and-white 3-foot-horse named Jellybean led half a dozen officers through high-traffic areas Sunday afternoon. The Forum reports the pony was at a Girl Scout pet adoption event. Officers caught up with Jellybean after about 30 minutes.
Squirrel blamed for Friday power outage impacting over 5,000 homes
There's no telling when or where the squirrels will strike next.
Seattle man federally indicted in massive Bloomington fentanyl bust
The case is believed to represent the largest fentanyl bust in the Midwest.
Nicollet Diner to launch new, expanded home with a drag show
The new location will still feature the diner's classic offerings, as well as a new cabaret venue and cocktail lounge.
Woman found dead at Minneapolis home was stabbed multiple times
LaTiffany Altanette Lessley was found dead in a north Minneapolis home Tuesday.
Bloomington PD announce what's likely 'largest fentanyl bust in Midwest'
The case is under investigation by the U.S. Attorney's Office.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for the week ending Sept. 27
This week's report represents data collected Sept. 21-27.
MN health officials warn of potential for measles outbreak amid rise in cases
A recent case among a child with no travel history is prompting heightened concern.
Four-year-old boy dies in accident on western Wisconsin farm
The boy was struck by a skid steer, according to police.
Psycho Suzi's Motor Lounge hits the market for $6M
The restaurant will remain open while the property is on the market.
Apartments, brewery proposed for site of former Minneapolis lumberyard
The developer is proposing two buildings connected via skyway.
'Exceptionally rare' meteorite impact crater found in the Twin Cities metro
Had it struck in today's world, much of the Twin Cities would've been wiped out.
Organizers seeking ideas for 'reimagining' of Grand Old Day
A task force is set to begin meeting next month to reimagine the event.
Video: Mini horses lead police on a low-speed chase
It wasn't Lil' Sebastian.
Racing back in action at North Dakota Horse Park?
It looks like horse racing might return to Fargo as soon as this summer after being shut-down for two years because of major debt. Forum Communications reports the horse park has paid off several thousand dollars and found new revenue streams. The commission is set to discuss racing dates later this month.
Motorcyclist leads police on I-494 chase at 120mph
The driver fled a traffic stop.
2 charged in looting of Fargo police car
Charges have been filed against two men in connection with an April incident in which a bulletproof vest, handcuffs and other equipment were stolen from a Fargo police officer’s unmarked, unlocked police vehicle. One of the men is believed to have taunted police on a police radio.
Man accused of assaulting Minneapolis police horse
Authorities tell KSTP-TV a mounted patrol was clearing people from a block when 21-year-old Mack Stingley slapped the horse. When officers asked Stingley to leave the horse alone, he allegedly punched the animal in the face.
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