No One Injured After Plane Slides Off Runway In Mankato

James Allen | Feb 7, 2019 AT 5:23 am

Airport photos showed the plane nose down in the fresh snow.

West Otter Tail Crop and Forge Show

Dave Bishop | Feb 6, 2019 AT 5:40 pm

Wednesday hundreds attended the 46th annual West Otter Tail Crop and Forage Show at the Bigwood Event Center in Fergus Falls.

Lake Alice Winter Carnival Cancelled

James Allen | Feb 6, 2019 AT 1:03 pm

This season’s winter weather has unfortunately derailed an event for the second time.

Fast Food Restaurant Employee Has Car Stolen While Being Warmed Up

James Allen | Feb 6, 2019 AT 11:33 am

Fergus Falls Police are investigating a late night car theft that police say may have been prevented had the vehicle been locked.

Accidental Fire Started By Welder In Rural Underwood

James Allen | Feb 6, 2019 AT 5:45 am

An attached garage was a complete loss in a fire reported at around 4pm Monday in rural Underwood.

Beltrami County Authorities Investigating Remains Found Near Bemidji

James Allen | Feb 6, 2019 AT 5:44 am

Authorities in Beltrami County are investigating the discovery of the remains of at least one person near Bemidji.

Minnesota Senate Committee Passes Hands-Free Cellphone Bill

James Allen | Feb 6, 2019 AT 5:43 am

A bill banning cellphone use while driving except in hands-free mode passed out of another key Senate committee Tuesday with bipartisan support.

MN DNR Invites Public Input On Proposed Forest Trails

James Allen | Feb 6, 2019 AT 5:12 am

The DNR invites anyone with an interest in recreational trail systems and motorized use in the Huntersville and Lyons state forests in Wadena County to attend a public meeting.

Governor Walz Discusses State Opioid Plan With Pharmaceutical Companies

James Allen | Feb 6, 2019 AT 5:11 am

Governor Tim Walz is urging drug companies to join the effort at the State Capitol to curb Minnesota's opioid epidemic.

Otter Tail County Sheriff’s Apprehends Two In String Of Cabin Burglaries

James Allen | Feb 5, 2019 AT 11:54 am

Lieutenant Keith Van Dyke added that the public at large is always encouraged to contact local law enforcement when suspicious activity is observed.