Minnesota is changing how it handles mental health crisis calls by upping the number of people it can serve and making it easier to do so — in Carver County and beyond.
Local law enforcement officials say there is no obvious public safety concern in the area, though staffing levels are up in the midst of public unrest in nearby cities.
The Carver County Sheriff’s Office is seeking leads related to an interrupted burglary and a successful burglary that happened on Christmas Day.
Unidentified "network activity" has prompted staff at Ridgeview Medical Center to conduct an investigation, said Lisa Steinbauer, marketing and communications director with the health care system in the southwest suburbs.
Highway 212 will now be widened to four lanes between Carver and Cologne, following a vote by the Carver County Board of Commissioners to fully fund the expansion.
Timothy James “TJ” Garin, former tennis coach at Holy Family Catholic School in Victoria, has been charged with fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct according to the Carver County Sheriff’s Office.
After it was announced that Level 3 sex offender Daniel Drill-Mellum would be released from prison and moving back to Carver County Sept. 29, the Carver County Sheriff’s Office released a video sharing necessary information and answering residents' questions.
Major construction on Highway 101 continues, but the city is set to meet its November deadline for Phase 1.
People from plenty of backgrounds call Carver County home, but some have more space on the pie chart than others.
A Chaska High School graduate convicted of criminal sexual conduct involving two women while attending the University of Minnesota in 2014 is moving back to Carver County this month.
It’s been about two weeks since Minnesota’s Tobacco 21 law went into effect on Aug. 1. So far, things are going as planned, according to county health officials and sheriffs.
The Carver County Sheriff's Office deputy who shot and killed a Richfield man on Monday morning after he took a woman hostage at gunpoint has been identified.
A Richfield man who was shot and killed by Carver County deputy after holding a woman at gunpoint on the Mendota Heights bridge has been identified.
A man was shot and killed by a Carver County Sheriff’s Office deputy on Monday following an apparent kidnapping and car chase.Officers were called to Yellow Brick Circle in Chaska at 12:45 a.m., Monday, July 13, where the 29-year-old man with a handgun threatened to shoot the woman inside, a…
The Carver County Board of Commissioners approved a $450,000 legal settlement on July 7 with the parents of Archer Amorosi, a 16-year-old Chanhassen resident who was shot and killed by deputies in July 2018.
Four Scott County congregate care facilities and three Carver County facilities have confirmed cases of coronavirus among their residents and staff, including two deaths at McKenna Crossing in Prior Lake, according to data released by the Minnesota Department of Health earlier this month.
A household cat is infected with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19 in humans, according to the Minnesota Department of Animal Health.
A protest in solidarity with police brutality victims, scheduled for Sunday afternoon in Chaska's Firemen's Park, has been moved online.
Carver County deputies responded to a suspicious activity call in a Cenex gas station parking lot in New Germany, about 5.5 miles northwest of Mayer.
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