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The suspect, Clemmie H. Tucker, Sr., previously pleaded guilty in federal court on drug charges.
Rebecca Otto says auditing counties' finances is a "core function" of her office.
A St. Paul woman said the dog bit her three times and refused to obey orders from its human partner.
The 5-year-old special needs boy was in his care.
More law officials support early release of footage in officer-involved shootings.
St. Paul latest to outsource officer-involved cases to improve public's trust.
Residents weigh in on what the city needs in a replacement for retiring police chief.
Ernest D. Atchison Jr., 32, of St. Paul, and Bradley J. Cook, 35, of North Branch, were charged in Ramsey County District Court with one count each of second-degree murder without intent.
November comment over running over I-94 blockers had same Facebook name.
Eleven officers were given the department's Life Saving Award Wednesday.
Minneapolis attorney William "Bill" Orth kept his one-man law office open up to the end, asking in his last week of life to make one…
St. Paul sergeant is put on leave in connection with posted comment.
The victim had planned to end the relationship.
A Central High School student was taken to a hospital Monday afternoon after experiencing a medical emergency, according to school and fire officials.
One suspect was charged via arrest warrant and remains at-large.
Attacks from Canada, Asia interrupted service, but no data was stolen, state says.
Authorities know the identity of the third and final suspect, and continue looking for him.
Austin Gustafson testified that he "threw her down" and "walked away" because the child wouldn't stop crying.
Police are still looking for two suspects in the Jan. 2 robbery of a 75-year-old Maplewood woman.
The Central High School teacher, who suffered a concussion, has alleged that the school district created an unsafe environment. The teen's attorney said in court Tuesday that the teacher used physical force first.
Maplewood police are asking for the public's help in finding two men and a woman who allegedly robbed a 75-year-old woman and then choked her to the point of unconsciousness.
The family of Philip Quinn has questioned the use of deadly force in the fatal Sept. 24 shooting.
Philip Quinn knew he needed help. After recently telling St. Paul hospital staff that he planned to kill himself, Quinn tried to get into a…
Evan Thomas sued because Minnesota law forbids state medical assistance programs from paying for the double mastectomy surgery he feels will complete his transition.
Judge had been warned Sunday that a unanimous decision appeared unlikely.
Jurors are deciding the fate of a Minnesota man charged with killing a fellow fisherman along the St. Croix River.
The jury in the trial of Levi Acre-Kendall has stopped deliberations after impassioned closing arguments and will resume Sunday morning. In an unusual move, an additional charge also was added Saturday.
For two hours Friday morning, Levi Acre-Kendall carefully recounted the night he fatally stabbed a fellow fisherman along the St. Croix River, bolstering the key narrative his friends have already testified to.
Witnesses differ on who pushed Levi Acre-Kendall to the ground before he stabbed a Wisconsin man once in the chest.
A forensic scientist testified that Peter Kelly's blood was found throughout the interior of a car.
Levi Acre-Kendall's attempt to use Wisconsin's "castle doctrine" to evade homicide charges will be harder, a judge said.
"I tried to hold the blood in," fishing buddy testified as St. Croix murder trial began.
April altercation led to Levi Acre-Kendall stabbing Peter Kelly, but some believe it was self-defense.
Lawsuit says he was fired after being pressured to remove information.
Victim reportedly shot amid pot deal in St. Paul.
Shwe Htoo put the boy, already dead, in a car and ran into a pole, authorities said.
A St. Paul man was sentenced Thursday to 22 years in prison for breaking into a woman’s apartment and raping her. Jacob M. McKinley, 27,…
A Ramsey County grand jury found that there wasn’t enough evidence to charge a Hennepin County deputy and a Brooklyn Center police officer in the…
Officials were aware of sexual predators. Now attorneys hope other victims come forward.
Guardian Interlock must remove hundreds of breath analyzers from cars in state.
A St. Paul woman was sentenced Thursday to 15 years in prison for fatally stabbing her fiancée in May. Sherry A. Henderson, 48, tearfully apologized…
Levi Acre-Kendall will say he acted in self-defense in the death of Peter S. Kelly.
Levi Acre-Kendall is scheduled to stand trial in December for the killing of fellow fisherman Peter S. Kelly.
The verdict, rendered after less than a day of deliberations, is the first for a trial under the Child Victims Act.
Charges say she told the burglars her daughter was due home soon; then a bullet pierced her heart.
Two St. Paul men were charged Thursday with murdering a man nearly a year ago. Ronald D. Smaller and Brandon J. Smith, both 24, were…
The suspected gunman in last week’s killing of a “high-ranking” St. Paul gang member was charged Thursday with firing the fatal shot. Dearies C. Collins,…
The Diocese of Duluth does not dispute that the boy was abused. It asserts, however, that it wasn't responsible because the predatory priest belonged to a religious order and was not a diocesan priest.
The diocese does not challenge the former altar boy's allegations of sexual abuse.
Norman A. Bachman, Jr., 53, pleaded guilty to first-degree manslaughter in Toni Bachman's death.
The man arrested had his case dropped the same day.
Mother of his children charged with assault.
Sherry A. Henderson said she didn't realize her fiancé was dead until the morning after she had stabbed him in the chest.
Police had the busy intersection blocked off as of 8:30 a.m.
Dozens of family members, friends and supporters packed the courtroom for victim Samirria White.
Kenneth Bowser will be referred for civil commitment.
With nearly six figures pumped into his care and training, Beau Lemon, a bichon frisé from Minnesota, rose through the dog show ranks to become the second best of his breed in the nation.
Beau's owner, John Wangsness, said he wants to move on from the emotional distress of the situation and subsequent lawsuit.
Larry Todd Tennin fled after the shooting and was arrested in the Chicago area earlier this month.
John G. Weisner Jr. fatally shot his longtime companion before stabbing himself in the torso several times.
Neal Zumberge received a life sentence Wednesday for the fatal shooting of neighbor Todd Stevens outside their New Brighton homes last year.
The apology rang false to Jennifer Cleven, who was hurt in the shooting and won't be at the sentencing Wednesday. "It's just too late," she said.
Neal Zumberge faces life in prison when he is sentenced next week for killing one neighbor and wounding another.
Neal Zumberge's attorney said in a motion that the court made two errors that should compel a new trial.
A St. Paul man has pleaded guilty to shooting a police officer in the face with an air rifle during a “suicide by cop” standoff…
Alleged robber was shot after brandishing a handgun at two people at Shadow Falls Park in St. Paul.
Jennifer Cleven, girlfriend of the man killed and wounded herself in the shooting, also expressed frustration with the legal system after Neal Zumberge was convicted of first-degree murder and three other counts.
Zumberge testified he read neighbor's lips during argument that preceded New Brighton shootings.
The defense in Neal Zumberge's murder trial could start calling its first witnesses Friday afternoon, continuing with its case next week.
The prosecution is expected to rest its case Friday.
Just minutes after he squeezed off four shotgun cartridges at his New Brighton neighbors last year, spraying the couple with 32 projectiles, Neal Zumberge called…
New law changed name; group alleges retaliation.
A White Bear Township man abused his 2-month-old son so badly that the infant could suffer permanent brain and eye damage, according to a criminal…
The St. Paul man faces 39 charges from three years.
The former deputy was traveling at 101 miles per hour before crashing into a Vadnais Heights building, the suit alleges.
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