Henning News

06/12/2018 08:47 PM  ~~~Source~~~
Family raises drug addiction problems after teen dies 

HENNING, Minn.-A body found in Henning in Otter Tail County in western Minnesota last Friday has been identified as a 19-year-old man whose family said he had been battling with drug addiction. His body was taken to the Midwest Medical Examiner's Office in Ramsey in Anoka County for an autopsy after it was found along the railroad tracks about 12:30 p.m. Friday, June 8. No cause of death has been determined, although no foul play was suspected.

06/12/2018 02:02 AM  ~~~Source~~~
Sheriff: Man dies after assault in northern Minnesota 

Burch says the man, from Cass Lake, was pronounced dead shortly afterward. FOREST CITY - The Minnesota State Patrol said a South Dakota man has died in a motorcycle crash in central ... HENNING - Authorities in Otter Tail County say a property owner in the city of Henning found a man's body ...

06/12/2018 02:02 AM  ~~~Source~~~
South Dakota man dies in motorcycle crash in Minnesota 

According to the patrol, 57-year-old Leslie Lemke of Watertown, South Dakota, was traveling south on the highway when his Harley-Davidson went off the road and hit a driveway approach. CASS LAKE - Authorities said a 25-year-old man has died after he was assaulted in northern Minnesota.

06/09/2018 07:28 AM  ~~~Source~~~
Report: Minnesota teen pregnancy down, STD rates rising 

Pregnancies and birth rates dipped to historic lows among Minnesota teens, while sexually transmitted diseases continue climbing, according to a report by the University of Minnesota. The 2018 Minnesota Adolescent Sexual Health Report was conducted by the Medical School's Healthy Youth Development - Prevention Research Center, Minnesota Public Radio reported .

06/09/2018 02:42 AM  ~~~Source~~~
3) Investigation underway following a body found in Otter Tail County 

Authorities in Otter Tail, MN are investigating after a report of a body laying near some railroad tracks was found. According to the report the body of a man was found Friday afternoon about 12:30 p.m. near the Canadian Pacific Railroad tracks in Henning.