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20-year veteran Bobby Lambert had been fired for conducting an improper search.
Ahmed AbdiKarin Eyow was among several hundred people killed when a truck driven by a suicide bomber exploded in a busy part of Mogadishu. The blast is the deadliest single terrorist attack in the East African nation's history.
The man's death is the city's 35th homicide.
Behind the scenes, building the lanterns requires 50 people and takes about a month.
The chase began after two people allegedly stole merchandise from Kohl's and fled.
Renderings include rooftop terraces and a sidewalk cafe opening to Nicollet Mall.
Cochran House, the only homeless shelter for single men in Dakota County, will stop accepting new residents Nov. 1.
Clouds, thunderstorms and cooler temperatures are expected Monday for Minnesota.
Appeals court ruling that fur farm owner can have one wolf may have ended the dispute, but not the controversy.
Fluegel's Farm, Garden and Pets is an institution, connecting the rural and suburban.
Eureka Township may lose 120 acres of Airlake Airport property over water and sewer issues.
Mike Schutt has been on paid administrative leave since Aug. 30.
Police say motorist was believed to be under the influence.
Neighbors pressed the Hennepin County attorney about police, investigators' handling of the police shooting during a Minneapolis neighborhood forum Sunday.
The injured man was dropped off at Regions Hospital but didn't survive the shooting.
Two people died in recreational accidents within 5 miles of Tettegouche State Park on the North Shore of Lake Superior on Sunday, according to Lake County officials.
The bus, carrying military personnel, rolled over while the semi veered into a ditch.
City says the manager of Burnsville Bodyworks failed to disclose that Minneapolis had denied her a license, citing human trafficking concerns.
Vitals is designed to supply first-responders and officers with data about a person's diagnosis, medications and caregiver contact information, plus suggested ways to calm the person down.
West St. Paul library has had anti-Semitic writings show up in borrowed materials before.
Watt Munisotaram temple in Dakota County inaugurated a new reflection pond.
Midway prize angers some fairgoers; game booth pulls "symbol of hatred."
Ruth Berg, 47, was remembered as a big-hearted friend, family member and employee.
1,000 people braved the rain at Lake Calhoun to denounce racism.
Metro's small airports are adding employees, de-icing tools, parking spaces.
Bruce Larson spent half his life tromping around St. Paul dressed as a 19th century European ruler, complete with medals, a spiked helmet and bushy…
At least two orange street signs reading "Warning: Twin Cities police easily startled" were seen in the Twin Cities Sunday.
With more people seeking affordable trips close to home, the outdoors is calling.
Statue with cross removed; satanic sculpture forestalled.
On Saturday, two groups will take a public stance on the first satanic monument erected on public land in the U.S.
Burnsville officials had expected to break ground this summer on a long-planned, high-end apartment project, one of just two multifamily buildings the City Council has approved since 2004. Instead, the city and developer have tabled the project as they brace for a court fight with the owners of a nearby strip mall.
One tornado touched down at 10:25 p.m. about 2 miles northwest of Lake Crystal. A second hit 10 minutes later about 6 miles north of the same lake.
Officials from the Dakota County cities say residents who get rent help and support services exhaust city resources.
The affected stations were between Target Field and U.S. Bank Stadium. Since June 22, passengers who normally use those stops have had to walk, bike or ride supplementary buses.
The vandalism found in Burnsville is the county's second such incident in the past three months.
Dakota County asked for funding last year to replace the dam's turbines but didn't get it.
Equality march, a suburban fest, then the Queer Prom kicked off the Twin Cities' celebration.
Tight rental market is squeezing out many.
After a nearly 15-year wait, the sacred place has been added to the National Register of Historic Places.
The photos, taken by a friend, capture Prince's home at a time when no pictures were allowed.
Study finds pent-up demand for options.
Darvan Acres, 108-acres of land in Inver Grove Heights, now has its conservation easement.
It's enough of a concern that county officials are now meeting to look at the problem, which has some hitchhiking or walking along Hwy. 55.
Under a new proposed deal with the city, Jim Surdyk would pay a $50,000 fine and Surdyk's Liquor in northeast Minneapolis would close on three Sundays in July.
Move would overturn vote that led to protests by residents, students.
Safe from violent persecution, they worship and build community among their burgeoning ranks.
Dan Benson, an Eagan firefighter, believes he was demoted because he is gay.
Activist drew a crowd of 90 mostly Somali parents even as measles outbreak continues.
Dr. John Moyer's knowledge of toxic chemicals, gleaned during WWII, helped him save lives.Moyer, who served in the Army Medical Corps during the war, learned…
The two new segments will showcase the Mississippi and Minnesota Rivers.
The unidentified middle school student made the post Sunday afternoon and police responded soon after.
The Chameleon Theatre Circle calls the actions of city-owned Ames Center censorship.
They wouldn't have to pay for the $70 million cleanup if a bill under consideration at the Capitol survives opposition from the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.
The city has agreed to buy Leann Broadbent's house, ending threat of messy legal battle after 157 police calls in 5 years.
Vigil at Lake Phalen combined grief with warnings for women, families to speak up about abuse.
A 76-year-old Shakopee man died Sunday night in Prior Lake after he pulled in front of a truck, the collision's impact sending his vehicle into…
Enerkem, a Canadian company, delivered preliminary plans for the $200 million biofuel facility at an Inver Grove Heights City Council meeting in February.
She is the fifth DFLer to join the race; healthcare is an area of expertise, she says.
Driver's license database used inappropriately.
City paid $43K in legal fees for council members who broke open-meeting law.
A modern new henhouse is paying off at Brand Farms in Empire Township.
This Old Horse makes room for two blind mares and their young injured friend.
More than 1,000 residents gathered Sunday night to show their support of a local black family whose home was broken into and spray-painted with racial slurs a week earlier.
Snowstorm didn't scare off 35,000 die-hard supporters.
An arbitrator said Sgt. Bobby Lambert's dismissal took place during his probationary period.
Homeowner LeeAnn Broadbent says racism is behind the complaints.
A pair of snowmobilers in East Bethel had to learn the same cold lesson twice on Sunday — thin ice is no joke.
City Council blames budget cuts, reluctance to raise taxes for move.
John Flynn's calls paid off, with about nine out of 10 veterans he contacted joining, in just one sign of Post 594's renaissance.
Emergency meeting called after 60 shots were fired.
Cleanup of the closed Burnsville site could cost $64 million.
A new program brought in 63 percent more low-income visitors in 2016
The city's crackdown on carports, awnings and visible garbage cans at a mobile home park was because of ethnic and class prejudice, a judge ruled.
Owner of UPS Store finds rightful recipient of mementos.
Curling is spreading across the metro area, with hundreds of new aficionados at one of four new facilities that have sprung up in the past five years.
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