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.
Editor's note: Both the Sunday Solidarity event and protest have been canceled in person. Organizers say virtual details and more information will be released soon.
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.
When new Chaska Police Chief Ryan Seibert was a child, he had a hunch he’d go into law enforcement. He grew up in Winona, where his father was the deputy police chief for over 30 years.
Jeffrie Dean Smith, 53, of Farmington, died after being electrocuted outside his girlfriend’s Chaska townhome early Monday, April 13, according to a Chaska police report.
Retired Chaska Police Chief Scott Knight has joined the Wrap Technologies, Inc. public safety relations team.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Carver County is extending its current walk-in/walk-up public services suspension through Sunday, April 12.
Rural Chaska resident James Howard Klein, 32, has been charged with two counts of first-degree assault, and one count of possessing a firearm as a felon, following a Brooklyn Park officer-involved shooting March 16.
Several Chaska city and community spaces are set to close and remain so for the next several weeks, according to Kevin Wright, Chaska communications manager.
The Minnesota Department of Health confirmed a third “presumptive positive case” of the coronavirus disease, COVID-19.
The novel coronavirus spreading around the world is in the same family of viruses as your typical cold. Its symptoms could often be mistaken for the seasonal flu.
The Carver County Attorney’s Office recently charged Casey Robert Jones, of Chaska, with six felony counts of filing false income tax returns, according to a Minnesota Department of Revenue press release.
A drug sale led to the killing of a Burnsville teen in Savage last week, police said Thursday.
Two Crown College students have been charged with second-degree criminal sexual conduct following an alleged Feb. 14 incident at the college, according to the Carver County Sheriff’s Office.
A Wayzata woman was charged with felony deprivation of parental rights after three children were found in Wisconsin a day after they were reported missing from their Savage home.
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