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Student arrested for loaded handgun in St. Paul school
2 hours 13 min ago
Slayton plans to form Legion Riders chapter
2 hours 41 min ago
The Worthington Fire Department responded Monday afternoon to an RV fire just north of Clary Street. (Karl Evers-Hillstrom/The Globe)
UPDATED: Worthington fire causes damage to RV, house
4 hours 58 min ago
AAA awards traffic safety grants
5 hours 18 min ago
NCSO arrests Sioux Falls man on Iowa warrant
5 hours 48 min ago
River Falls (Wis.) police responded Monday, March 19, 2018, to Meyer Middle School, where an 11-year-old girl was found dead. File photo / Forum News Service
Child found dead in Wisconsin school
6 hours 4 min ago
Ex-Worthington man receives jail time in local business theft case
6 hours 49 min ago
Warrant execution leads to additional charges for Worthington man
6 hours 52 min ago
Jackson County 4-H Dog Bowl team members include Ashley Wagner (from left), Morgan Ignaszewski, Calvin Stumpf and Hunter Gustin earned first place on Saturday in regional competition. (Special to The Globe)
Jackson County 4-H Dog Project Bowl team takes first in region contest
7 hours 3 min ago
WHS music recital is 6:30 p.m. Thursday
7 hours 33 min ago
WHS BPA members present a $1,050 check to the WPD for the city's animal pound after completing its recent community service project. Pictured are BPA Treasurer Andy Garcia (from left, front), WHS business economics student Brandon Gutierrez, BPA Advisor Penny Troe, BPA member Alex Cuate, (back row) Oxford Tax Services tax preparer Edgar Gutierrez, daughter Lillyanne Gutierrez and wife, Eva Gutierrez, WPD Capt. Kevin Flynn, BPA Vice President Nicholas Ramirez and BPA member Alvaro Fernandez Rodriguez.
Round of a-paws: Worthington students make donation to city pound
8 hours 3 min ago
Township road agreement sparks debate
8 hours 4 min ago
Worthington man faces charges after allegedly pepper spraying Prairie House resident
8 hours 14 min ago
District 518 asks community members to design space solution
8 hours 18 min ago
More than 1,000 advocates swarmed the Minnesota Capitol Rotunda last week to rally against looming cuts to non-profits that help people with disabilities. (Karl Evers-Hillstrom / The Globe)
Cuts could threaten developmental disabilities providers
8 hours 29 min ago