The Hennepin County judge overseeing the trial of four former police officers charged in the killing of George Floyd last month warned elected officials against making public statements about the merits of the case, saying they endanger the defendants’ right to a fair trial and could lead to…
A Hennepin County judge on Friday denied a request by former police officers charged in the killing of George Floyd to allow media outlets to broadcast audio and video of pretrial hearings in the case.
HERMAN — Federal prosecutors have charged a western Minnesota farmer with conspiring with grain elevator employees to get paid for more grain than he was delivering.
A former Midway school administrator charged in the 2016 hit-and-run crash that killed a Baylor University sophomore who was cycling on Franklin Avenue was indicted Wednesday on two felony counts.
Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman said Friday that ex-Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has been charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter in George Floyd’s death.
At least one person was shot and killed and some buildings continue to burn after a night of demonstrations and looting in south Minneapolis.
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William Lynn Hillman’s trial could begin as early as Wednesday in Otter Tail County District Court.
On Friday, the Clay County Sheriff’s Office announced that Kellie Anderson, 35, of Barnesville has been arrested for felony criminal neglect.
An omnibus hearing for Derek John Sweere, a 30-year-old Perham man charged with second-degree murder, will be conducted Monday at 9 a.m. at the Otter Tail County Courthouse.
Chief of Public Safety Kile Bergren and the Fergus Falls Police Department have been aware for several weeks of an online fraud employing the name of two former Fergus Falls transportation companies.
The sheriff in western Minnesota's Otter Tail County says deputies will check on seasonal properties — if those property owners stay away during the coronavirus pandemic.
Law enforcement has always held challenges for the men and women who wear a badge.
Bobbie Christine Bishop was sentenced to 10 years in prison and 5 years of supervised release Monday, March 30, for the second-degree murder of long-abused 6-year-old Justis Burland.
With the changing dynamics on the state and nationwide response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Wadena County Sheriff’s Office is taking proactive steps to prevent the further spread of the COVID-19 virus. Effective immediately, the list below will be implemented to mitigate as many risks as p…
Local city officials, law enforcement and healthcare providers are letting the community of Fergus Falls know they have been working toward a plan and preparing for the COVID-19 pandemics.
A high-risk sex offender has registered with the Wahpeton Police Department.
The Otter Tail County Safe Communities Coalition is a group of individuals and agencies who work together under funding from the Toward Zero Deaths Safe Roads Program via the Minnesota Department of Public Safety. The mission of the coalition is to raise awareness of traffic safety issues an…
Otter Tail County has been named in a $2 million civil rights lawsuit brought on behalf of Kameron Erik Boudin, 30, of Parkers Prairie.
Bobbie Christine Bishop entered a guilty plea Thursday to a second-degree murder for the April 9, 2018, death of 6-year-old Justis Burland.
The Becker County Sheriff’s Office received a report from a woman Monday who said she had been pulled over by someone impersonating law enforcement officer.
Disposing of unwanted prescription drugs doesn’t have to be difficult as the “Take it to the Box” program allows citizens to turn in unwanted medication.
In 2019, Fergus Falls and the surrounding community saw several positive and a few obstacles put in its way. As we enter 2020, The Daily Journal looks back at some of the most talked about, read and viewed stories from the past year.
The Fergus Falls Police Department received a call from a father at 4:25 p.m. Wednesday seeking advice about his 17-year-old daughter’s recent activity. According to a police officer, the caller wanted to know if a registered predatory offender could get into trouble for having sexual relati…