1 dead after shooting at Minnetonka storage facility

1 dead after shooting at Minnetonka storage facility

The suspect in the incident is in custody and a weapon was recovered
Local

BCA completes investigation of St. Paul mayoral candidate Thao

June 23
BCA completes investigation of St. Paul mayoral candidate Thao
A lobbyist alleged that Thao's campaign solicited a bribe.
Local

Charges dropped against immigrant whose status was questioned by Metro Transit cop

June 23
Charges dropped against immigrant whose status was questioned by Metro Transit cop
His lawyers are challenging deportation.
East Metro
23 minutes ago
Jury selection began today for the first day of trial of officer Jeron...

Warrants show deep dive into records of Castile, Reynolds, but not Yanez

Investigators pored through social media accounts and cellphones, but less so for the officer who shot Philando Castile.
Local
12:52am

Company: 5th worker has died after Wisconsin mill explosion

A Wisconsin company says a fifth worker has died after an explosion last month at its corn milling plant.
West Metro
12:20am

St. Louis Park picks new community development director

St. Louis Park officials last week selected Karen Barton to become the city’s new community development director. Barton, now the assistant community development director for…
South Metro
12:10am

Norwood Young America mom raises money for playground for students with special needs

Karla Hemmann, whose son has cerebral palsy, has spent several months organizing a "color run" and managing a GoFundMe page to raise money to construct a sensory playground at the River Valley Education Center.
West Metro
June 23

Office to End Homelessness in Hennepin County gets a new leader

David Hewitt ready to take over joint efforts with Minneapolis.
East Metro
June 23

Makeover with a twist for a junk space in White Bear Lake

Statewide award goes to city for effort to clean up key civic space, save money and recycle waste.
Minneapolis
June 23
Officers from Minneapolis and St. Paul police departments lead the Twin Cities Pride parade down Hennepin Avenue in 2015.

Twin Cities Pride reverses course, invites police to parade

The decision came just hours after meeting with Minneapolis Police Chief Janeé Harteau, who had openly criticized the move as "divisive."
East Metro
June 23

High court rejects Wis. property owner's challenge to St. Croix River conservation rules

The Murrs wanted to see some of their land to finance improvements on the rest of it.
West Metro
June 23

Michelle Obama to speak in the Twin Cities

The former first lady is scheduled to speak in September at the Beth El Synagogue.
Local
June 23
Edgar Gomez, a DACA recipient, is studying to become a teacher of English-language learners at Augsburg College in Minneapolis.

Minnesota DACA recipients watch, worry over Trump moves

DACA recipients feel reassured yet still anxious after Trump's announcement of keeping Obama-era program for children of immigrants.
Guide to best of Minnesota biking trails
Special report Guide to best of Minnesota biking trails
updated 20 hours 19 mins. ago
More than 1,500 miles of bike trails line railroad beds and cross public lands.
North Metro
June 23

Infant run over by grandmother in Anoka County is expected to survive

Woman, leaving for appointment, didn't realize child was near car.
Don't Miss
June 23

Dalai Lama visits Eden Prairie for discussion on compassion

The discussion, moderated by actor Forest Whitaker, was attended by roughly 250 businesspeople, politicians and Starkey Hearing employees at the company's headquarters.
Minneapolis
June 23

Rape conviction of Minneapolis man caught during traffic stop

A dangling license plate prompted officers to pull the man over.
West Metro
June 23

Man killed in Wayzata crash was former Minnesota legislator

Gordon Voss served in the Minnesota House from 1973 to 1988.
West Metro
June 23

Facebook CEO Zuckerberg dines with Somali refugees in Mpls.

Flanked by Somali women in their hijabs in Minneapolis, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg said, "You are a powerful reminder of why this country is so great," as he marked the end of the holy month of Ramadan by eating his first Iftar dinner.
East Metro
June 23

Daisy Josiah, refugee who became mother to an entire community, dies at 53

She died June 7 while riding in a truck that was struck outside an airport in Buffalo, N.Y., by a driver who left the scene.
Minneapolis
June 23

Homeland Security announces two counterextremism grants for Minnesota

Early controversy prompted another nonprofit to reject funding in February.
Local
June 23
U.S. Attorney Andrew Luger at the news conference at his office in Min...

Three brothers sentenced in Twin Cities-based multimillion dollar cellphone crime ring

Three brothers who were high-level members of a multimillion dollar cellphone crime ring received lengthy federal prison sentences Friday. Kanan Mustafa, 40; Jamal Mustafa, 45;…
Local
June 23

Man steals police car, leads officers on 23-mile chase in southern Minnesota

Police were serving an arrest warrant when the suspect took off
North Metro
June 23

Nowthen girl, 1, expected to survive after grandmother backs over her

A girl just shy of her first birthday is expected to survive after she was accidentally backed over in western Anoka County. The Anoka County…