17-year-old Adam Kerber's driver's license stipulated that all of his passengers wear seat belts. Authorities say only two of the 18 people in the motor home that crashed in Kansas Sunday were belted in. Pauline Kerber, a widowed mother of 12, lost four of her children and a daughter-in-law in the crash. Pauline and Adam Kerber remain hospitalized.
Jason DeRusha stepping down as morning news anchor at WCCO
His last day anchoring WCCO This Morning will be June 23.
Eric Perkins, Miss Minnesota, Paul Fletcher create new podcast
The podcast is released Tuesdays at 8 a.m. and is available wherever you find podcasts.
MSP Airport debuts mock aircraft to help ease flying anxiety
The pre-flight experiences cover the TSA screening procedure, exploring a terminal, boarding a plane and meeting a pilot, and preparing for takeoff.
These Minnesota kids will be competing at National Spelling Bee
The upcoming event in Maryland will be the first fully in-person Scripps National Spelling Bee since 2019.
New data shows how omicron has impacted kids in Minnesota
The new data shows breakthrough data during the omicron period, which began Dec. 19, 2021.
Albert Lea shooting suspect arrested after 3 weeks on the run
He is accused of shooting a man in the upper thigh on May 1.
Motorcyclist, 59, killed after losing control on right curve
The Harley Davidson rider was thrown from his bike.
Minnesota's 2022 legislative session: What's happening?
A list of items agreed upon and yet to reach any bipartisan agreement in the latest legislative session.
Water main break floods 40-45 homes in St. Louis Park
The city says the rupture happened on Minnetonka Boulevard.
Charges: 6-year-old Eli Hart shot up to 9 times by his mother
The 28-year-old is facing 2nd-degree murder charges.
Former WCCO Radio host Dave Lee moves into podcasts
His new podcast, called 'My First Concert,' launched last week.
Tow boat collides with Mississippi River lock and dam in Alma, WI
The crash remains under investigation by the United States Coast Guard.
NTSB to review motor home crash, laws that allowed teen to drive rig
The National Transportation Safety Board's review of Sunday's crash that killed five Minnesotans driving through Kansas will include a look at laws that allowed a 17-year-old to drive a vehicle that weighed 57,000 pounds and had 18 people aboard. A spokesman says the agency wants to understand all the issues surrounding the accident.
Five Minnesotans killed when motor home crashes in Kansas
A motor home carrying 18 people back to Minnesota after a trip to Texas crashed on Interstate 35 in Kansas and fell into a ravine. Authorities did not immediately identify the victims but they were reportedly an extended family coming home from a dirt bike rally.
Minnesota goes after motor-home buyers who avoid taxes
State law requires new car owners to pay a 6.5 sales tax regardless of where they buy the vehicle. But the Revenue Department says some Minnesotans are setting up shell corporations in other states avoid paying taxes on pricey purchases like motor homes.
Bar owner in fatal crash had 0.34 blood-alcohol level
Bar owner Michael Skov, who died in a car crash in April on Minnesota Highway 13, had a blood-alcohol content of more than four times the legal limit, according to officials Thursday. Skov owned the Bend in the Road bar in Manchester, Minn.
Student was texting prior to fatal crash
Law enforcement officials and the family of Deianerah "D.J." Logan's on Tuesday said an investigation indicates she was writing a text message at the time her car struck a stopped school bus, the Rochester Post-Bulletin reports. The 17-year-old died in the crash on the first day of her senior year in high school. "We all have a lot of distractions when we drive," the teen's father said, "and this particular distraction is what cost our daughter her life."
Browerville teen sentenced to one year in jail for fatal texting crash
The criminal complaint says 15 text messages were sent or received from 19-year-old Kayla Carry's phone right before she crossed the center line and crashed head-on into another car in Otter Tail County last year.
Mother of victim in fatal drunk driving case says sentence too short
The mother of an 18-year-old man killed by a drunken driver in Olmstead County is blasting the five year and nine month sentence of woman convicted in the case. Sondra Deward, 23 (pictured), was intoxicated and driving the wrong way in June 2011 crash, which killed Tracy Nelson's son, Tyler Hoft, and 22-year-old Emery Van Hook. Another man was seriously injured in the crash.
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