A review hearing for a 34-year-old man accused of randomly shooting at cars and killing an Oakdale Elementary fourth-grader has been set for next week.
Nhan Lap Tran, of Oakdale, is accused of opening fire on passing motorists just after 6 p.m. Feb. 11 near the intersection of Seventh Street and Hadley Avenue in Oakdale. Multiple rounds were fired at four vehicles, including a minivan that 9-year-old Devin Aryal was riding in with his mother, Melissa Aryal.
Roseville Area High School junior, Aditi Das, won the International Science and Engineering Award at the 75th Annual Twin Cities Regional Science Fair held Feb. 22-23 at the University of Minnesota. One of the top award winners, she will be presenting her project, “Building New Agrobacterium Strains for High Efficiency Transformation of Plants,” in May at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Phoenix.
A first-round loss was a tough way to start the weekend but the Mounds View/Irondale/Roseville CI division adapted floor hockey team bounced back to make the best of it. The Rams rallied following the loss and were able to take home a trophy.
Concordia Academy’s boys basketball team went into its section semifinal on March 12 as the underdog but certainly didn’t play like it. The Beacons took it to Breck, especially in the first half, but couldn’t sustain it long enough to pull off the upset.
It took a while longer than anyone expected but the University of Minnesota women’s hockey team, which has a pair of Roseville Area High School graduates on the roster, clinched a spot in this weekend’s Frozen Four.
With spring finally here (really, it is!) local nonprofit Bridging is in dire need of the household goods its clients rely on to get back on their feet.
Bridging, formed in 1987, has offices in Roseville and Bloomington and serves, on average, 4,000 households annually, or about 75 per week. Between the two locations, Bridging has about 50,000 square-feet of warehouse space.
Maplewood police officers and Ramsey County sheriff’s deputies search Keller Lake Regional Park in Maplewood Tuesday morning, March 19, for the body of Kira Trevino, who was reported missing Feb. 24. (Photo/Johanna Holub)
The Bucknell University men’s basketball team stayed home last week and spent spring break trying to earn a trip for this week. Even though classes started up again Monday, the Bison will be gone from campus for at least a couple of days.