|Local News||Wed, 04 May 2016|
As Ladue Prepares to Go Home, Lawmaker Seeks Change in State Law
When John Ladue was 17 years old in 2014, a 911 caller thwarted his plans to detonate homemade bombs at his school in Waseca. On Wednesday, he'll head home to Waseca after his release from an unidentified mental health facility in Minnesota.
Twins Coach Gene Glynn Stays Close To His Roots In Waseca
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Arson Suspected in Beloved Waseca Ballpark Fire
Members of the State Fire Marshal Division and the Waseca Police Department are asking the public to call the Minnesota Arson Hotline at 1-800-726-2020 with any information about the fire. Callers remain anonymous.
Arson Suspected in Tink Larson Field Fire
Authorities are asking for your help, identifying an arson suspect, for the fire that destroyed part of Tink Larson Field on April 6. Though arson is suspected by the State Fire Marshal Division, the investigation is still ongoing as authorities continue to identify and interview people who were near the field before the fire began. You may remember, Waseca Police had been looking for a man seen driving near the field the night of the fire.