Wearing winter shoes to help with traction, two Belgian draft horses pulled a semitrailer truck up an icy driveway on a southern Minnesota ranch.
Joan Gabel was at her next-to-last stop on a tour of all five U campuses.
The move comes after several high-profile assaults.
Chiefs try new tactics on recruiting and retaining.
The department believes there is a "substantial" increase this year in package thefts.
And in Anoka County, the approved 2019 budget includes the biggest tax levy hike in nine years.
International probe led to charges against 39 people accused of trafficking hundreds of women to U.S.
The budget funds new programs proposed by Mayor Melvin Carter.
Gov. Dayton ordered the police board to draft improved training and investigation guidelines for handling of sexual assaults in the wake of a Star Tribune series documenting chronic breakdowns in rape investigations.
The man was shot while sitting in a car, police said. No arrests have been announced.
Michael McWhorter, 29, is second "White Rabbits" member to appear in federal court in St. Paul. He has previously told FBI agents that his group bombed Dar Al-Farooq in 2017.
The gift is the largest ever received by Simpson Housing Services, which will use the money to help homeless families obtain stable housing.
In his 23 years on the Hennepin County bench, he overaw some controversial and chaotic cases.
It lasts until 6 p.m. Thursday and also covers some areas of central Minnesota.
The victim was pistol-whipped, shot through the heart and robbed.
No one else was with the teen, and the pumps showed no sign of malfunctioning, he said.
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A classroom dispute came shortly before the violence, police in Bloomington said.
The blast led to several other buildings being condemned.
Investigators found that the man had his gun aimed at police, according to the County Attorney's Office.
The scam targeted the e-mails of county employees in an apparent attempt to divert their paychecks.
Investigators are building a case for possible charges, according to police.
The erosion in a slide valve created a hole that allowed air to mix with hydrocarbons, setting off last April's blast at the Husky Energy refinery.