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Three people east of Gordon, Wis., described the dramatic moments when the 13-year-old was found almost three months after she disappeared: dirty with matted hair and wearing shoes too big for her.
Oct. 15: Barron County Sheriff’s Office receives a frantic 911 call at 1 a.m. asking for help at a home just outside Barron, Wis. When…
The Ciresi Walburn Foundation was renamed this year to recognize the lawyers involved in the case.
Patrons in St. Paul no longer have to pay late fees, and the policy gets rave reviews.
The Minnesota DNR said the Jan. 25-27 and Feb. 1-3 hunts will take place in the large swath of land in permit zone 346, part of Houston and Winona counties
A January thaw gave Minnesota the strange luster of spring, and the mild weather is expected to continue through the weekend.
No one was seriously hurt, but broken wine bottles littered the entrance to Hums.
Mike Elliott, who came from Liberia at age 11, said the city he will lead "put arms around us."
The board will discuss its 2019 legislative agenda at Wednesday's meeting.
Lease arrangement with previous superintendent was a bit controversial.
Man found in St. Paul and held in Ramsey County jail; charges are pending.
Rain closes ski resorts, causes crashes, including one that killed 1 and injured 9.
A sister store, Fox Den Books in River Falls, Wis., will remain open.
Many Mexican-American families in the Twin Cities spend hours preparing a traditional holiday specialty: tamales.
He is expected to begin on Jan. 20 after an unanimous vote that capped a monthlong national search.
Current contract would offer Al Bangoura $175,000, just below salary cap.
Someone had scaled the Marjorie McNeely Conservatory in Como Park, grabbed the globe and climbed back down.
Firefighters in Superior, Wis., battled a large grain elevator fire late Monday afternoon, the city's second large fire this year.
The suspect later told authorities he didn't see the stop sign.
With Al Bangoura, the incoming superintendent, likely to move in, questions are swirling about the future of the house. A historical group that gives tours may have to pack up its items and leave. And the Park Board begins debating next week how much rent Bangoura will pay, a controversial issue for the last superintendent.
Archbishop Bernard Hebda wrote in a letter to Twin Cities Catholics that he's pushing for full investigation of allegations against his predecessor.
One of the pieces was created to honor Prince.
Authorities say ice was too thin this early in the season.
Efforts to toughen state laws stalled in the Legislature this year.
The 34-year-old from Bena also was held in connection with attacking and assaulting several patrons outside a bar, the Sheriff's Office said.
A clash over a contract for a lobbyist dominated the meeting where new Superintendent Al Bangoura was announced.
St. Paul psychiatrist surrenders medical license after pleading guilty to possessing child pornography
He pleaded guilty to one count of receipt of child pornography in July.
Dominique Moran asked for time to decide if she will return to her job.
UPDATE: Chipotle offers manager job back after St. Paul dine-and-dash viral video A manager at a St. Paul Chipotle was fired this week after a…
She had a penchant for helping others, her family said.
One is a longtime former Minneapolis Park Board employee and the other a newcomer.
A candidate for the Minneapolis Park Board superintendent dropped out of the race Tuesday, leaving two others still in the running. Interim Superintendent Mary Merrill…
His term as Hennepin County commissioner ends in 2020.
The farm was quarantined in 2016 after two deer were infected with the fatal disease.
Goals include diversity, serving a wider public.
Now is the time to check furnaces, CO detectors, health officials say.
Recommendation to be shared on Wednesday.
Train service was resuming after a halt from Hamline to Western as police investigated.
A man from New Ulm, Minn., died Thursday afternoon after being hit by a car while crossing a main street in the Brown County city.…
Lake Riley in Carver County had 91 of the 100 mollusks the DNR found.
The former Ramsey County attorney said "a number of people" asked him to run so their votes could be counted.
With drunken driving leading the way, state is ahead of last year's toll.
What is your vision for the future of the Hiawatha Golf Club, the nearby lake and surrounding area?Perhaps a food forest, or a place filled…
Friday promises sunshine, but a brisk wind, rain and maybe snow will follow.
Property tax hike, overdose plan, new focus on youth programming part of plan.
Surgeries were similar to ones governor underwent in 2012 and 2015.
The mollusks turned up as equipment was removed from lakes for the season.
Visitors were greeted by a sign that read, "All are welcomed here."
Carver County administrator promised enforcement action if Halloween attraction violates stop order.
Update on sustainability finds progress in cutting emissions and waste.
The owner wrote a public apology on Scream Town's Facebook page saying safety is a top priority and the first post "seemed to generalize."
The man and a friend were crossing the tracks on Syndicate Street, about a block east of the Hamline station. The friend made it.
Christopher White was visiting college friends and attending a music festival in Austin, Texas.
An Xcel Energy maintenance employee found the body around 4:30 p.m. near Randolph Avenue and West Seventh Street, police said.
A man from Detroit Lakes, Minn., riding a bicycle across Hwy. 10 in Wadena was fatally struck by a pickup truck Thursday night. The Minnesota…
The highway was closed between Valley Road and Railroad Avenue west of Maple Plain in Independence, the Minnesota State Patrol said.
The board also extended the contract of interim leader Mary Merrill.
Two men died on Minnesota roads Tuesday afternoon in separate accidents. A Pillager, Minn. man was fatally struck near Interstate 94 in Rogers. As…
The 19-year-old man who died in an apparent fall from a residence hall at Bemidji State University was drinking alcohol at a large off-campus party…
It's possible they are not all together, authorities said.
The agreement ends a yearslong legal dispute over a parcel of land.
New data underline how deadly last winter's influenza season was nationwide.
It's also experiencing a rise in crimes, resulting in more officers on board.
The state prison in Faribault, Minn., was placed on lockdown Monday after an inmate punched a corrections officer in the face. Three of the responding…
In the Twin Cities, residents sloshed through flooded streets in some areas. Clouds and storms are expected to clear out Friday, with clear skies and cool temperatures moving in.
Ceremony at the St. Paul RiverCentre pays tribute ahead of deployment by the Rosemount-based 34th Red Bull Infantry Division.
Residents are invited to discuss park policing and safety at two listening sessions to be held next month by the city's Park and Recreation Board.
The two employees were taken to a hospital with serious burns and other injuries after the blast at Metal-Matic.
Board of Estimate and Taxation to make a decision on the $3.5M request on Sept. 26.
Those who want to be on Mpls. selection committee must apply by Sept. 20.
Born and raised in south Minneapolis, he became an avid outdoorsman who studied forestry in college before being drafted to serve in World War II.
The two park police officers involved are still on the job.
Outdoors hub is to be donated to the city once payment dispute resolved.
Downpours have flooded streets in Rochester; a possible tornado was spotted near Albert Lea.
Mzenga Wanyama will be teaching English literature this fall at Augsburg.
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