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Dustin A. Bilderback allegedly fired the shots after officers began discussing placing him on a 3-day mental health hold.
Martinez has said he will not drop out of the race for St. Paul's 4th Ward seat.
The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis presented its fifth update to the court on Wednesday morning.
The janitor was charged with two counts of aggravated stalking.
The public can weigh in on the policy at a July 31 community meeting.
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's remarks made little impact at the time, but are being scrutinized as authorities investigate President Trump's ties with Russia.
He said further dog bites could cause public unrest.
During the address, Kavanaugh argued sitting presidents should be immune from investigations and prosecution.
Thao broke the law when, as a mayoral candidate, he helped a woman vote, authorities say.
After bystander attacked by loose police dog, chief and mayor order changes.
"Every morning I'd wake up and check on it," a little smudged handprint left by Abraham Flynn, who was hit and killed by a van in April.
St. Paul police have not described a motive for the gunfire at popular festival.
Authorities issued an arrest warrant for Amber Cron, citing her as a public safety threat to children.
More than a dozen bicycles have been reported stolen from apartment complexes.
An attorney for survivors said it was "another step toward resolution."
Attorney said the case was government overreach. Sheriff says it's not over.
Video and transcripts show Pedro Ruiz repeatedly urging her on.
City Council signals support for Axtell's two-year rollout plan.
In first three months of 2018, officers recorded more than 87,000 videos.
Brian L. Liston, 45, was charged in Ramsey County District Court with one count each of second-degree arson and first-degree property damage. The charges did not mention a possible motive.
An arbitrator wrongfully reinstated a state prison warden who was fired for sending sexually explicit e-mails to employees and lashing out at others, the Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled.
After reviewing bite reports, St. Paul limits dogs' use for apprehending people.
Metro Transit police continue to investigate the item, and no further details were immediately available.
Kay M. Smith allegedly said she had been drinking and was feeling suicidal.
Attorneys said the death of 6-year-old Kendrea Johnson will improve treatment for other foster children.
Marcus Fischer admitted in court Wednesday that he brandished the knife while being questioned by Minneapolis police about a shooting.
The Lino Lakes man, 19, was allegedly upset about the officer's acquittal in Philando Castile case.
One candidate dropped out of the race to support Fletcher's campaign.
Bob Fletcher won't confirm whether he will seek his old office.
She continued to deny responsibility for the crime, which didn't sit well with a judge.
Judge G. Tony Atwal violated the law and judicial code of conduct, a board found.
The students zeroed in on St. Paul's outdated guidelines for deaf and hard of hearing.
Two witnesses told investigators that the bus driver had the right of way when the collision occurred, a St. Paul police spokesman said.
The suspects were wearing masks or obscured their faces with clothing.
Sheriff Jack Serier denied the allegations brought forward by former Sheriff Bob Fletcher.
Alan Grahn, 75, was big outdoorsman; police continue investigation.
The collision occurred at the intersection of Snelling and Summit avenues. About 30 students from Ramsey Middle School were aboard, and some witnessed the crash
Ramsey County Attorney John Choi says "we are falling short."
Nicholas Lofquist-Sprangel said he should be ordered to pay restitution and community service instead.
Terry J. Albury appeared in court and said giving reporter classified data was "act of conscience."
Man had pleaded guilty to murder for killing the 95-year-old Anoka resident with flashlight and clock.
A Ramsey County jury on Friday convicted Diamond Reynolds of a misdemeanor for assaulting a woman last year, but cleared her on more serious charges.Reynolds…
Police said the suspect pulled a gun on the victim and robbed him of $500 before the victim fired at him.
A school staffer had reported the boy's gun talk Monday, but was ignored, her son said.
The state Department of Corrections said the county has since rectified the issues.
Police said there was no known threat made by the 16-year-old boy.
Some community groups say the policy doesn't go far enough in protecting civilians.
Supporters of convicted fraudster who promised new Hmong homeland demand their money back, but continue to support his cause
Lawsuit asks government to return cash to donors.
The use of force was justified, said a statement from the Ramsey County Attorney's Office.
Female staffer became suspicious of colleague.
The terms of the settlement were not disclosed.
The suspect allegedly spat on five officers and struck one in the head with a key.
Days later, a man allegedly "brutally" struck a St. Paul officer eight times in the head with a car key.
The father of a Vadnais Heights boy who allegedly threatened to shoot up his school owned several illegal firearms and kept loaded guns out in…
Authorities initially identified them as suspects last year.
Boy, 13, and parents arrested after threat leads to search of Vadnais Heights home.
A survivor and family members of the man who were killed said they forgave the driver, who was traveling close to 100 mph.
Infractions against property rose the most amid the citywide uptick.
Darren Jahnke's family said there's no reason authorities should have withheld his remains for 10 months.
There aren't a lot of concrete answers as to why marijuana transactions are deadlier, but there are theories.
Nicholas Lofquist-Sprangel also failed to provide basic care, the victim's family said.
Lawyer for council member said his actions to help voter were "perfectly legal."
Judge John Guthmann declined to say whether he would decide on lieutenant governor's bid to stay in Senate before session starts Feb. 20.
Maplewood cop was in a school gym; no one hurt.
The top prosecutor has yet to draw any opposition.
Trevor Olesen was on the ground and handcuffed when the dog was deployed, his attorney said.
Ace went missing after a man signed him out to go for a walk, a common practice meant to allow potential adopters to bond with a dog.
The dog, 10-month-old Ace, remains missing.
Among her trailblazing accomplishments, she was the first DFL woman to win a seat in the Minnesota Senate when she did so in 1976.
"You guys are lucky that I don't know how to build a bomb," Tnuza Hassan allegedly said.
The suspect is a former student who stopped going to class last fall. Authorities believe she worked alone.
Police found videos that allegedly show Nicholas Barghini touching a girl's feet and pleasuring himself.
Sophia Vuelo will serve on the Ramsey County District Court bench.
"I have friends who have been the victims of clerical abuse," Tom Johnson said.
Steven Hammer sued the state and the Minnesota Department of Corrections (DOC) and Minnesota Department of Management and Budget in Ramsey County District Court on Monday.
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