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3-Year-Old Boy's Skull Fractured in Hit-and-Run

Three-year-old Isaiah Lundgren slept in his mother's arms Tuesday, back at their Columbia Heights apartment after two nights in the hospital.

"I was praying that he was OK and not dead," the boy's mother, Danielle, said in an interview.

Hastings Man Charged in Gas Station Robbery

Joseph Robert Olson - Photo courtesy of Dakota County Jail

A 27-year-old Hastings man has been charged in the robbery of a Hastings gas station last week.

Prosecutors charged Joseph Robert Olson with aggravated first-degree robbery in connection to the knifepoint robbery of the M&H gas station at Highway 61 and 15th Street just after 5 a.m. May 22.

Columbia Heights Unveils 'Community Heritage Tower'

A new monument stands tall in Columbia Heights as a way to honor its residents and their backgrounds.

The city unveiled its new 'Community Heritage Tower' Wednesday evening.

Local students created sketches that are sandblasted into the stone.

City of Eagan to Decide What's Next for First Water Tower

There is a water tower in Eagan that has not held water in years. It does, however, hold valuable cell phone antennae and a meaningful landmark for many people who live there.

Now, Eagan City leaders will decide what is next for the city's first water tower, built in 1967.

Lakeville South Teacher Inducted into Swimming Hall of Fame

Rick Ringeisen, a teacher and coach at Lakeville South High School, has been inducted into the Minnesota Swimming Hall of Fame.

2 Lakeville Teachers Honored by Education Minnesota Award

Pictured Above from left to right: Kim Jirik, (Award Recipient), Kristina Clark (Award Recipient), Don Sinner (EML President) - Photo courtesy of Lakeville Area Public Schools

The Lakeville school district recognized teachers Kim Jirik and Kristina Clark for this year's Lakeville Educator of Excellence Awards.

Clark and Jirik received the Education Minnesota award last week.

Fridley Police Seeking Suspects in Attacks on Joggers

MGN Online -

Fridley police are looking for multiple suspects following attacks on two separate joggers Saturday.

According to Lt. Mike Monsrud, the male joggers were attacked on a path near East River Road and 37th Avenue Northeast. The first attack happened around 3:30 p.m. and the second was about 20 minutes later.

Police are looking for as many as six or seven suspects.