Eagan home day care provider found guilty, denies inflicting brain injuries on baby

Eagan home day care provider found guilty, denies inflicting brain injuries on baby

An Eagan day care provider has been convicted of first-degree assault in connection with permanent brain injuries inflicted on a 13-month-old boy who was in her care.

Fire hits hotel being built in Uptown; Minneapolis fire officials suspect arson

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North Minneapolis garage catches fire; woman found dead inside

"The death was not a result of the fire, and foul play is not ... suspected," a fire official said.
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Failed I-35W bridge plate displayed at museum

The state Legislature mandated that the Historical Society be given the opportunity to acquire pieces of the downed bridge. Among those it snapped up was the gusset plate that the National Transportation Safety Board identified as the first part of the bridge to fail.
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Remains ID'd just months ago, Minnesotan killed at Pearl Harbor heads home

Elmer Kerestes' remains will be escorted home to the Holdingford area.
South Metro
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Burnsville woman dies of injuries in boat crash in N. Minn.

A boat rammed a dock and lift on an Iron Range lake, killing a Burnsville woman and injuring three others, authorities said Sunday.
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Warsame upset with anti-Somali rhetoric since Damond's death

City Council member reacts to cultural comments after a Somali-American police officer shot Justine Damond.
Bridge construction crew members worked on replacing the Eisenhower Bridge, which was opened in 1960, on Thursday.

Minnesota's riskiest bridges repaired after I-35W collapse

State leaders set aside $2.5 billion for the program over the past decade, allowing the state to more aggressively tackle a backlog of bridge repairs. It also has left the state with one of the lowest percentage of structurally deficient bridges in the nation.
Eat & Drink

Blaine gets hip to the hops with its first craft brewery

Investors plan to start construction in August on the 8,200-square-foot space just north of the National Sports Center.

Council member Abdi Warsame reacts to shooting of Justine Damond

Minneapolis City Council member Abdi Warsame held a press conference on Sunday to talk about the shooting of Justine Damond by a Somali-American officer.

Medaria Arradondo steps into MPD chief role

Urgent questions abound for the 28-year veteran, who would be the city's first black police chief if he wins the job permanently.

Bus rider killed in fiery St. Paul crash is ID'd; car driver arrested

Police on Saturday identified the 26-year-old Minneapolis driver who smashed into a Metro Transit bus Friday evening in St. Paul, slicing through it and leaving one bus rider dead.

Eau Claire cop fatally shoots man; police say suspect shot at them

Police in Eau Claire, Wis., shot and killed a man who fired a shotgun at them from a home on Saturday night, authorities said. A…
Guide to best of Minnesota biking trails
Special report Guide to best of Minnesota biking trails
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More than 1,500 miles of bike trails line railroad beds and cross public lands.
Don Damond, whose fiancee, Justine Damond, was fatally shot by a polic...

Don Damond: 'Why didn't I stay on the phone with her?'

Friends and loved ones struggle to fill in the gaps of Justine Damond's final moments.
The Interstate 35W bridge after it collapsed on Aug. 1, 2007.

10 years after bridge collapse, survivors find renewed purpose

Many still struggle with the pain and guilt from that horrific day. But some have found new fulfillment in their lives -- not just in spite of the disaster, but because of it.
In this May 2016 image provided by the City of Minneapolis, police off...

Fast-track training put officer Noor on Mpls. police

The former police chief stood by the training of officer Mohamed Noor, who shot and killed Justine Damond. But not everyone is sold on the process.
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July 23

With yurts, campers and Wi-Fi, millennials fuel Minn. camping boom

With more people seeking affordable trips close to home, the outdoors is calling.
July 22

Duluth's oldest university closing after 126 years

Duluth Business University will close in June amid uncertainty about its future accreditation.
East Metro
July 22

Woman flown to Regions after near-drowning in St. Croix near Osceola, Wis.

Wisconsin emergency personnel responded by boat to a report of a possible drowning on the St. Croix River on Saturday. A 40-year-old woman, who was…
Super Bowl LII
July 22
Signs alerted travelers to longer-than-usual wait times for TSA screening Monday at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.

At MSP Airport, the day after the Super Bowl will be a super test

On Monday, Feb. 5, an estimated 70,000 commercial air travelers will arrive at MSP to fly out.
July 22
Justine Damond, of Sydney, Australia, was fatally shot by police in a south Minneapolis alley Saturday night.

Complete coverage of Justine Damond's shooting

Justine Damond, a 40-year-old woman who called 911 to report a possible assault in the alley behind her home Saturday was fatally shot by…
July 22

Women killed in Cass County fire are identified

Authorities have identified two women who died early Friday in a house fire in rural Cass County. First responders were called to a house in…
West Metro
July 22

Hennepin Co. considers requiring curbside organics recycling

The plan would divert food waste away from landfills and garbage burners.