Police & Fire
The latest on local crime and public safety.
A final roll call for police officers from around the country, including a St. Paul police officer who died in 2013, will take place Tuesday in Washington, D.C.
The top police, fire and court stories from our Twin Cities Patch sites include a woman who died after a crash on an icy road.
The top police, fire and court stories from our Twin Cities Patch sites include a business license suspension after employee takes cash from officer for “massage.”
Americans traveling to the Games this year should be vigilant of their surroundings, officials said.
The fire stories from our Patch sites in the Twin Cities this week include a grocery store that had to discard food contaminated by smoke.
The top police and court stories from our Patch sites in the Twin Cities this week include a car plunging off an overpass and onto a frozen pond.
Tom Schmitz will rejoin the department as its chief after a two year absense.
A pilot who flew out of Flying Cloud airport crashed on the Maplewood/Oakdale border June 19.
Recently there have been a string of robberies of electronic devices, such as smart phones, tablets and computers in the Metro Area.
The top police, court and fire stories from our Patch sites in the Twin Cities this week include a woman who slashed another woman’s face with a butcher knife.
Ronald Bailey allegedly asked when firefighters would finish so he could 'start the rest of the house on fire.'
With sex toys, racing pigeons, naked burglaries and more, the past year had some crazy moments.
John David Miller faces an indecent exposure charge over allegations that he made vulgar gestures and exposed his genitals to a woman.
The charges follow alcohol compliance checks on Eden Prairie establishments.
Level III predatory offender Dennis James Armstrong no longer lives in Eden Prairie.
The top police, court and fire stories from our Patch sites in the Twin Cities this week include a Level III sex offender moving to a Twin Cities suburb.
A security breach at Target has impacted literally millions of credit card users. What can consumers do to protect themselves?
The Police Department and Department of Corrections are hosting the meeting in response to a predatory offender temporarily living on Martin Drive.
With the church under fire, the league fired back that MPR is delaying the release of information in order to benefit its editorial schedule.
The box was not a bomb, but operations came to a halt for two hours.