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Authorities Seize $400K Worth of Meth in Burnsville Home

A Burnsville man is accused of having $400,000 worth of methamphetamine in his home.

Albert Morris Johnson, 35, was charged Friday with two counts of first-degree controlled substance crimes, and two gun possession charges, according to the Dakota County Attorney's Office. The charges came after police searched his home Wednesday.

NJ Man Killed in Northfield Crash

Authorities have identified a 31-year man who was killed Tuesday in a crash in Northfield, Minn.

Atahan Atay, of West Windsor, NJ, died on the 9200 block of 280th Street West during a crash, according to the Hennepin County Medical Examiner. Atay died of multiple blunt force injuries.

Teller Accused of Stealing $95,000 from Lakeville Bank

A 31-year-old Farmington woman has been charged in the loss of $95,000 from a bank in Lakeville, where she worked as a senior teller.

Leah Marie Bremner was charged Friday with felony theft by swindle, according to a criminal complaint. The thefts allegedly occurred between May and October 2010.

Burnsville Police Search for Man Cashing Stolen Checks

Burnsville police are searching for a man suspected of stealing nearly $3,000 in checks from an estimated 15 different cities in the south metro and southern Minnesota.

Police released images of the suspect Friday from surveillance video taken at numerous businesses where he allegedly cashed the checks, according to police.

Video: Northern Elite All Star Cheerleading In Eagan

The sport is called All Star Cheerleading and the Northern Elite team from Eagan has won back to back national championships.  They are in Orlando this weekend competing in their biggest competition of the year.

We have interviews and highlights.  To watch it click on the video box

Report Sheds New Light on Hastings Day Care Death

A state report sheds new light on the death of a baby at a home day care in Hastings.

According to the Star Tribune, the report by the state Department of Human Services says the infant was placed face down on a blanket on a carpeted floor.

Crews Restore Power to Rural Dakota County Residents

Crews have restored power to residents in rural Dakota County.

Dakota Electric Association says all outages were restored as of 8:30 p.m. Thursday.

About 1,000 customers were without power Thursday morning after heavy, wet snow took down trees and power lines.