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Lost dog? Nonprofit Retrievers ride to the rescue for forlorn owners
By sharing advice and using high-tech tools, a Twin Cities nonprofit group is able to find lost dogs about two-thirds of the time — free of charge.
North/east metro briefs: Coon Rapids considering two apartment projects
The city of Coon Rapids is weighing plans for two new apartment complexes, one along Coon Rapids Boulevard and a second by the Northstar commuter…
North/east police blotter
AftonJAN. 12Animal complaint. A sick raccoon was reported in the driveway of a home in the 2000 block of Stagecoach Trail. A deputy contacted…
Maple Grove bar owner, manager charged over beer brought in from Wis.
The two each face a felony count, accused of bringing in the popular farmhouse ale made by New Glarus.
Brooklyn Park City Council OKs body cameras for police
Brooklyn Park police officers will be outfitted with body cameras under a $46,000 contract approved by the City Council on Monday that calls…
Andover rollover kills driver; 2 kids only slightly hurt thanks to car seats
The crash occurred late Tuesday afternoon near Bunker Lake Boulevard and 140th Avenue NW.
Lawyer: Texting teen driver who killed man, daughter likely won't do time
Carlee Bollig's phone showed she sent and received "multiple electronic messages" on Facebook in the minutes leading up to the crash, even as a passenger implored her to stop texting.
Republicans win special legislative elections in Bloomington, Anoka
In a narrow surprise victory, Republican Chad Anderson defeated DFLer Andrew Carlson to succeed Rep. Ann Lenczewski.
Suspects sought in rash of central Minnesota mail thefts
Over the past two weeks, somebody has pried off locks on collection boxes outside of post offices in the small central Minnesota towns of Vining,…
Charge: Man delivering newspapers sexually assaulted autistic teen in Rogers
A Star Tribune newspaper delivery man out on his route stopped a 14-year-old autistic runaway in the middle of the night in her Rogers neighborhood and received a lap dance from her in his car, according to authorities.
Driver who crossed into oncoming traffic dies in north metro wreck
Authorities have announced the death of a motorist who lost control of his vehicle on a north metro highway last week.
Osseo considers small class sizes for grades K-3
"We know that if students are reading at grade level by grade three, they are more likely to have success in later grades," said district spokeswoman Barb Olson.
2nd body recovered from below river bridge in St. Cloud is ID'd
Authorities have identified the second of two bodies found below a Mississippi River bridge in St. Cloud.The body of Michael E. Hennager, 39, of nearby…
Many mistakes led to man being run over on 35W trying to remove recliner
An SUV hit him and his car as he tried to get the chair out of the way, seriously injuring him.
Anoka pushes back on new wave of homeless
Outgrowth of rising suburban poverty is blamed for trashed campsites and aggressive panhandling in town.
North/east metro briefs: Maplewood seeks 60 stories for 60th anniversary celebration
Maplewood is gathering stories about itself as part of its 60th birthday party a year from this month. The suburb was founded on Feb. 26,…
Washington County busway gets OK with some dissent
The Red Rock Corridor, from Hastings to downtown St. Paul, is still years away, but key decisions are being made.
North/east metro police blotter
AFTONDEC. 31Suspicious activity. A resident in the 12000 block of 15th Street reported that a trail camera had captured an unknown person in her…
Toddler dies in Anoka Co. day care; state quickly suspends license
State quickly suspended Circle Pines provider's license.
Coon Rapids police seek witnesses to violent crash on Hwy. 10
"People at the scene could not give a clear account of what occurred."
Coon Rapids police seeking witnesses to 3-vehicle Hwy. 10 crash
Police are seeking witnesses to a multiple-vehicle crash on Hwy. 10 in Coon Rapids that injured several drivers and snarled traffic during Wednesday evening’s commute.…
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