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Man Sentenced to 1 Year in Deadly West St. Paul Crash

Jon Devereaux - Photo: Dakota County Attorney's Office

A Dakota County Judge sentenced a man charged in a deadly crash to one year in jail Wednesday.

Twenty-two-year-old Jon Devereaux was driving an SUV with seven passengers inside after a party when he crashed last November in West St. Paul. One of the passengers, Robert Espinoza-Blaeser, 21, of West St. Paul was killed in the crash.

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Union Pacific Hosts Open House on South St. Paul Improvement Project

Representatives from the Union Pacific Railroad are hosting an open house to answer questions concerning the improvement project taking place at their yards in South St. Paul.

The open house will be on Thursday, Aug. 14, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the South St. Paul Airport.

Cottage Grove Man Killed in Boating Crash on Lake Mille Lacs

A Cottage Grove man was killed in a boat crash on Lake Mille Lacs.

A family spokesperson says 56-year-old Tony Centeno was on the lake Friday with his boat anchored, when he was hit by another boat.

More details about the accident are expected to be released Monday from the Mille Lacs County Sheriff's Office.

Officer Scott Patrick's Funeral Spurs Repair of Other Memorial

The recent funeral of a fallen Mendota Heights police officer has spurred repairs to a memorial remembering a Maplewood police officer.

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Apple Valley Woman has Truck Stolen, Found and Stolen Again from Impound Lot

If you've ever had a situation go from bad to worse, you'll find a soft spot for the ordeal Susan Ramsey just went through. 

Northfield Man Pleads Guilty to Sexually Assaulting Teenage Girls

Michael Stucky Jr. - Photo: Dakota County Jail

A Northfield man pleaded guilty Monday to two counts of third-degree criminal sexual conduct after authorities say he became involved with a 15-year-old girl and a 13-year-old girl.

New Districts to Impact Minnesota High School Football Rivalries

As many high school athletes prepare for their first day of fall practice Monday, some big changes are around the corner for Minnesota football.

This is the final year many schools will have to travel out of state for games. After this season, conferences will get shaken up and replaced with districts.