Local businesses have been receiving calls from an organization that implies it is raising funds for the Roseville Fire Department. The business says it is selling magnets to support the Fire Department.
Roseville Fire Chief Tim O’Neill honored Woodbury resident Robert Renning with a life-saving award after his heroic rescue of a man trapped inside a burning vehicle in June. (Johanna Holub/Review)
The SUV driven by Mike Johannes caught fire while he was driving on Interstate 35W in June. He was trapped inside, holding his breath, for about a minute before Robert Renning pried the passenger-side door in half with his bare hands. (Photo courtesy of Minnesota State Patrol)
Mike Johannes, Roseville Fire Chief Tim O’Neill and Robert Renning shared a laugh after Johannes made a joke at an award ceremony July 23. (Johanna Holub/Review)
Robert Renning bent door in half to rescue motorist from burning SUV
Last month, a Woodbury man rescued a motorist from a burning vehicle in a heroic act of bravery.
Right to Left: Marvin Spencer; Marvin Lee Clinton Spencer, Jr.
At-large suspects identified in Georgia after bragging, wearing jewelry
A 51-year-old man and his son have been charged with robbing the Pawn America store located at 1715 N. Rice Street in Roseville and shooting an employee in the leg July 21.
Two men are suspected of robbing a Roseville Pawn America store and shooting an employee in the leg the evening of Monday, July 21. Police are currently searching for information regarding the suspects' identies and getaway vehicle, a dark-colored 2005-2010 Chevy Cobalt without license plates, shown above in images taken from video surveillance. (Photos courtesy of Roseville Police Department)
Police searching for 2 suspects, getaway car
Lt. Lorne Rosand is confident the Roseville Police Department will catch a pair of suspects who robbed a pawn shop and shot an employee on Monday, July 21.
Get a good look while you still can—it might be the last time you see this Roseville tower for awhile! The 1.5 million-gallon water tower on Fairview Avenue is getting a fresh coat of exterior and interior paint this summer.
For members of the Roseville Community Band, July 12 to 15 is more than just the dates of their bus tour--it’s now a period of time when the entire state will recognize their work over the last half-century.