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"Our kids cannot be killed by those who are here to protect and serve," Don Amorosi said.
A 20-year-old man was shot and killed Sunday afternoon in St. Paul's Eastview neighborhood, authorities said.
Three police officers were treated at a hospital for exposure to the fumes, authorities said.
Construction of Canterbury Commons, a gated luxury housing complex at the Shakopee racetrack, is expected to begin this fall.
Festival managers deny the allegations, say they have no knowledge of inappropriate behavior.
Nina McCoy counts herself as one of the lucky ones. With the help of her family, she could afford the personal-hygiene products she needed during…
Jailers set free the wrong inmate Monday after accidentally switching court records.
Shutting the industry building where the corrections officer was killed is one of a number changes the state prison system plans to make in the wake of the slaying.
Burnsville police were warning on Twitter for people to "please stay out of the area," near Burnhaven Drive and McAndrews Road.
The long-awaited bikes can be found in 50th & France, Southdale areas.
Officers responded at 2:41 a.m. to a report of shots fired in the area of the 5700 block of 33rd Avenue S. and found the body.
Gunfire broke out at a residence for people with mental illness. The suspect shooter was taken into custody without injury.
One man was shot around 10 p.m. near the intersection of Rice Street and Front Avenue, police confirm.
The officer was identified as Joseph Gomm, who had been on the job for 16 years. The attack prompted a lockdown of all state prisons.
Archer Amorosi's funeral is scheduled for Wednesday.
More than 20 neighbors spoke against the project, which they fear will damage neighborhood lakes, clear-cut acres of forest and increase congestion.
Authorities recommend that bar patrons keep a close eye on their drinks.
A bench with her name on it was dedicated near Minnehaha Creek.
Apartment proposal designed with young professionals in mind.
The BCA, which is investigating the shooting by Carver County deputies, says a Taser was used before the shooting. Friends identified the 16-year-old as an incoming Minnetonka High junior.
Sighting one of many reported recently in southern Minnesota, south of the animals' traditional range.
Rod Thompson, already charged with embezzlement, is facing new charges that he illegally accessed school data.
Accused director is not among departures.
The Families Belong Together protest, one of hundreds taking place across the country, packed at least six downtown blocks before heading back to the Convention Center.
The six-week pilot program is aiming to close the digital divide.
Former Shakopee school chief Rod Thompson already was charged with embezzling more than $70,000, and new charges say he illegally accessed and altered school files on the internet.
At a late-night news conference at City Hall, Police Chief Medaria Arradondo stressed that the investigation, led by the BCA, will be "absolutely transparent."
A colleague who regularly served as a dogsitter for the couple has stepped in to adopt Ranger, their chocolate Lab.
The suspended manager has an Aug. 30 court date.
Four motorcyclists died on Twin Cities highways in a 24-hour span.
"Speed, reckless and impaired driving are all thought to be possible causes of the crash," said police spokesman John Elder.
Carr Hagerman was charged Tuesday with sexual assault and was being held in jail without bail.
Pest control workers are trapping five rodents per day under the school's foundation.
Police found the victim at the intersection of Lowry and Fremont avenues N.
Several dozen people were evacuated.
The deer may have been protecting a fawn.
The little critter's antics on the exterior of a downtown office tower delighted scores of onlookers in person and online.
The Minnesota Zoo has refashioned its annual black tie fundraising gala into a more casual outdoor cocktail party to draw a younger audience.
A 60-year-old Iowa man who died Friday morning when his motorcycle collided with a horse in rural Fillmore County has been identified as Timothy Joe…
Final piece of a family farm dating to 1860, among last in Savage, goes on the market.
Special needs students receive useful tools for everyday life from a group of junior high engineers in Shakopee.
The 3-day weekend marks the start to what authorities say is the deadliest stretch on Minnesota roads.
At least eight people have been shot at the south Minneapolis housing complex this month.
More than $6 million for infrastructure improvements at the Minnesota Zoo hangs in the balance as Gov. Mark Dayton weighs whether to sign off on…
Construction on Hwy. 169 could cut into its business this summer.
Chants of "Patients over profits!" rang out as protesters called for legislation aimed at pharmaceutical industry.
The Dakota County attorney said further investigation is needed of the Farmington woman who ran an animal rescue nonprofit.
The Carver County city has paid nearly $500k in legal fees related to the lawsuit and elected officials continue to squabble over violations.
The settlements went to two prominent women on University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler's senior leadership team, according to newly released documents.
City will get first new apartment units in more than a decade.
Performance ranking puts it among the top 2 percent of fire departments nationally.
Korean and Vietnam-era vets receive "honor flight" to visit war memorials in Washington, D.C.
Shakopee High boutique offers free essentials for students in need.
The board appointed longtime educator Judith Tomczik to fill the vacancy left by Mary Romansky, who resigned last winter.
After a long day of work at a St. Paul barbershop, Lashay Whittaker headed home to his wife and two children late Friday. He didn't make it.
A 34-year-old man from Lancaster, Minn., died early Saturday in a single-vehicle rollover in northwestern Minnesota about 20 miles from the Canadian border.
Work will begin this fall on first stage of Shakopee housing, retail complex.
Smith went on to spend nearly 40 years in the classroom teaching elementary students to read, first in rural one-room schoolhouses and then Owatonna's bustling school district. She died March 8 at age 98 at the Brookdale Sterling House in Owatonna.
Hotel will be razed to make room for a Panera cafe.
In rallies at the Capitol and in a few other communities across Minnesota, students found new power and energy as they led March for Our Lives demonstrations.
Superintendent Gary Anger has relied on small gestures to boost morale in an embattled district stung by scandal.
Scott County seeks funding to build residential mental health facility for vulnerable adults.
Patrons of the landmark St. Paul pub, slated for demolition and rebuilding, showed up in green force Saturday.
St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter arrived at Harding High to show his support chanting, "Books not bullets!" along with students.
The commissioner was a conservation leader and steward of the riverfront.
Shakopee approved the funding Canterbury Park sought for redevelopment.
His grandfather said the reports of an arsenal in a Vadnais Heights home are exaggerated.
Minnesota did not make the online retail giant's list of top 20 finalists last month.
In the tight-knit community of Elko New Market, just named the safest city in Minnesota, police officers are so popular that they're invited to children's birthday parties.
Mary Romansky abruptly resigned late last month amid questions about her "engagement level."
Board members to decide how to fill Mary Romansky's vacant seat.
National Guard units headed overseas are honored, along with others recently arrived home.
Campaign seeks money to fix railings, walkways, bridges.
Promoter accused the casino of breach of contract after they pulled the plug on a Super Bowl concert venue.
Women who've lost sons to police shootings gathered at Augsburg University.
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