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Holland was gratified to see several books published before she died. But less than two weeks before her death, she lamented that she had more to say.
It becomes the first Minnesota county to join the movement resisting stricter gun control laws. It's unlikely to be the last.
That 65 of his photographs found their way onto the walls of a narrow, brick building in Montgomery is a story of coincidence and curiosity.
The Rev. Nick VanDenBroeke's apology came Wednesday night via a statement from the archdiocese.
The scars and bruises on Justis Burland-Arnett's battered and lifeless body left little doubt that the 6-year-old had been systematically mistreated when his caretaker brought…
Legal settlements likely in wrongful-death suits.
Investors get back just 8 cents on the dollar.
The legal whipsaw leaves them in a state of limbo.
Connor J. McGurran, found unresponsive, had planned to maintain Bradley Fighting Vehicle systems.
Officials hope network of pathways becomes a regional attraction.
Starting in the days of disco, a Twin Cities dance instructor and competitor built a ballroom dynasty.
While donated food and clothes overwhelmed relief organizations, officials warned that it will be difficult to find alternative shelter when local homeless shelters are already full.
He says the church has misled members about a $100 billion fund.
Jamie Lee Smith took in his customers' coins to evaluate or hold but later sold them without permission and kept the money for personal expenses, prosecutors said.
Corrections officials say it may be time for regional lockups, cost-sharing.
The Minnesota medical community is mourning the loss of Dr. John Patrick "Jack" Delaney, a St. Paul native who stumbled into medicine and developed into…
Ex-felon, deported after 8 years in prison, found living in Inver Grove Heights.
City officials are awaiting a study to see if it can be strengthened, and at what cost.
Judge says authorities immune in case arising from Cold Spring shooting.
Historic theater reopens with "Magical History Tour" exhibit.
In an interview, the administrator defended the decision to seek a sole-source contract with WSB, a Twin Cities firm that employs his son.
Some of those shot and burned were from Williston, N.D., and visiting Mexico to attend a wedding.
The industrial supplies company has 1,800 staff scattered across the city.
Australian artist says his work will suggest diversity, reconciliation.
Twenty-year employee Sherri Jo Genkinger received probation after admitting opening, destroying mail.
City and county officials in the region say housing shortages already are driving up prices across the region, though no one can say how much of the increase can be traced to the Destination Medical Center spillover.
The federal lawsuit likely will be consolidated with many other cases in an Ohio courtroom.
The charge resulted from efforts to remove a newspaper publisher from a public post.
Judge rules the seizure of 900 pounds of pot resulted from an unconstitutional search.
Minn. couple's soldier, police, EMT figures are sold nationwide
Runoff from the summer's soaking has eaten away riverbanks, landscape.
Babette Joyce Gross of St. Louis Park died the way she lived, with a generally sunny disposition.Dementia began to take a toll on her nearly…
The effects will travel wide and deep, with lost jobs, hurt businesses and a blow to the city budget. Still the southern Minnesota town is resolute.
A federal magistrate judge managing the prosecution of a man suspected of firebombing a Bloomington mosque in 2017 is weighing a constitutional challenge to the laws under which the suspect was charged.
Jamie Lee Smith had run two companies in Minnesota.
Nine other cases remain unresolved against the theater. Another pending lawsuit names former CTC teacher Jason McLean but not the theater.
A motive for the shootings at two Chippewa Falls area residences remains unclear, but investigators believe Ritchie German Jr., may have been trying to kidnap a woman at one house.
The charges stem from an effort to remove a muckraking journalist from a public commission.
Commemorative programs highlight the "Paradise of Minnesota."
Cost to double for many renters, who are mostly poor, disabled or elderly tenants.
The pilot of an ultralight aircraft was killed Thursday afternoon when it crashed at the airport in Hawley, Minn. Clay County Sheriff Mark Empting said…
John Steele ran a fraud and money laundering scheme with Minneapolis lawyer Paul Hansmeier.
According to plea documents, Skog stole more than $57,000 from his customers and had planned to sell 275 more counterfeit coins for $235,000.
Hennepin County epidemiologists are investigating reports that a number of people who were boating around the Big Island on Lake Minnetonka got sick over…
Artists young and old painted hundreds of tiles for the bench tops.
Neighbors say he marred their lake view.
Domestic violence center wasn't obligated to prove award-winner's account.
A third crew member is hospitalized. No patients were being transported when the helicopter crashed about 1 a.m. near the Brainerd airport. Gary Schott of Biscay, Minn., confirmed that his wife, Deb Schott, 58, was the nurse who died.
Police say Oriental Massage near St. Cloud was holding immigrant worker captive.
Jerome Hennessey stole millions from Ashby Farmers Cooperative Elevator Co. to live large and pay for his hunting safaris.
Sheriff says toddler's death was an accident.
Grain salesman accused of swindling $11.4 million from farmers, brokers.
Minneapolis lawyer Paul Hansmeier was sentenced to 14 years in prison.
Sexual harassment allegations surface in Goodhue County.
Flooding delays pest control access to black fly breeding grounds, leading to possible historic wave.
EAGLE BEND, Minn. – Population declines and poverty cost this tiny Todd County town its grocery store and high school years ago, but those…
Maj. Henry A. Courtney Jr.'s Medal of Honor returns to Duluth
The woman nicknamed Losing Streak Lois also faces a capital murder charge in Florida after a woman she allegedly befriended was found dead.
The Minnesota Department of Human Rights found "no probable cause."
The victim, Jose Madrid Salcido, is survived by a wife and four young children.
The agreement must be approved by a vote of the victims and a bankruptcy judge.
Millions could be due those caught in lawyers' copyright scheme.
No one knew everything about John Borman, a self-described “country lawyer” from Winona whose life encompassed so many facets that not even his family and…
Meteorologists say major rivers will be able to absorb the extra flow.
The presentence report helps the judge set an appropriate sentence.
Two other children are hospitalized with injuries from the blaze.
Goodhue County has the most sesquicentennial farms in Minnesota at 47.
The father remains under guard in critical condition.
Searches of the defendant's car and home found a ready arsenal of firearms and machine gun conversion parts.
A slow melt has kept floodwaters at bay, and the forecast appears encouraging.
Warm days, cool nights have led to a gradual snowmelt across much of Minnesota, keeping streams and rivers from a rapid rise.
With epic floods swamping much of the Great Plains and warmer weather likely to start melting the snowpack across Minnesota and North Dakota, Fargo Mayor Tim Mahoney declared a state of emergency for his city in anticipation of spring flooding and is seeking 200 volunteers to begin stuffing 1 million sandbags.
For years, officials have invested millions of dollars, which should make this spring less daunting than the 1997 and 2009 flooding.
The National Weather Service says there's a one in seven chance that the Mississippi River will in St. Paul will hit its historic high-water mark.
A steady, two-day rain expected to drench the knee-deep snowpack across much of Minnesota is raising flood concerns and sending crews to work to find a place for all that water.