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Proposal lays out some details in developing ammo plant site
The deal begins to fill in some of the blanks in the development of the 427-acre site of the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant in Arden Hills.
EMT driver charged with misdemeanors in Brooklyn Center crash that killed partner
The Brooklyn Center crash killer the driver's partner in October.
Metro police blotter, Aug. 26
EDINA JULY 24 Drugs. A 30-year-old Lakeville man and a 28-year-old Minneapolis man were arrested for possession of a controlled substance in the 4300…
Vintage military plane crashes at Blaine airport, injuring pilot
Pilot reported smoke in cockpit shortly before plane went down. Two passersby pulled him away from the fiery wreckage.
Bicyclist dies after fall from wall in New Hope
The incident occurred near Winnetka Avenue and Bass Lake Road.
St. Anthony mobile home park is reopening after 100 families forced out
The company that closed Lowry Grove mobile home park is suing the city, alleging that city officials induced it to oust "undesirable" residents from St. Anthony.
Hennepin County finalizes deal for legal services for residents facing deportation
County Board finalized a $275,000 contract 4-3.
Authorities: Security guard charged with impersonating state trooper to impress friend
The defendant is slated to make his initial court appearance on Wednesday morning.
Mahtomedi neighbors settle with city over flooding
The city will pay $750,000 to five homeowners.
Metro police blotter, Aug. 19
CORCORAN JULY 24 Suspicious activity. A resident in the 10100 block of Cain Road reported that a light was on in their neighbor’s garage…
Centennial Library in Anoka County closes for $5.8 million remodel
Project will double the space of Circle Pines' Centennial Library.
Robbinsdale woman travels to the world's poorest countries, bearing one simple gift
Ceallaigh Anderson Smart runs a charity with an unusual focus: traveling to impoverished countries to make photo portraits of people who don't have any pictures of their own.
State + Local
2018 Minnesota primary election results
Tina Smith and Karin Housley advance in U.S. Senate race. Ilhan Omar wins Fifth District primary; Keith Ellison takes DFL race for attorney general.
New storm shelter in Fridley models safety for mobile homes
Project comes at a time of growing awareness around Minnesota's storm shelter standards.
Women stuck on inflatable rainbow unicorn rescued by Chisago County deputies
Video shows deputy throwing rope to the women, who were entangled in weeds.
Takeda is banking on a SuperTarget-sized biologic plant in Brooklyn Park
Takeda hopes to begin making its Entyvio drug for bowel diseases at its Brooklyn Park plant next year
2 killed in Friday night crashes in west metro
The crashes, in Minnetonka and Brooklyn Center, closed key roads for several hours.
Metro police blotter, Aug. 12
ANDOVER JULY 21 Theft. A 2016 Ford F-150 was stolen from the 3100 block of 162nd Lane NW. The keys had been left inside…
Motorcyclist dies in crash on 694 in Brooklyn Center
The crash closed eastbound lanes of the interstate 694 for several hours.
New Minn. theater program gives the stage to children with special needs
Actors from Northern Starz Children's Theatre in Ramsey are participating for the first time in a national theater program for young people with special needs.
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Poll: Pronto Pups or corn dogs — which is your Minnesota State Fair fave?
Pronto Pups, they're crispier!
Corn dogs, they're sweeter!
Neither, I go for foot-long hot dogs.
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Brooklyn Center babysitter charged in death of 9-month-old boy
In Ramsey's downtown, senior housing represents next stage
No more free lunch for wild animals in Blaine over accident fears
Tensions rise around neighborhood ponds
Hennepin Co. settles for $1.5M with family of girl who died in foster care
Tevlin: Dean Phillips taking his campaign for Congress to the people
Aug. 5, 2017
James Eli Shiffer
Hennepin County judge: Body-cam footage is off-limits to public
Dec. 31, 2016
C.J.: Bill 'Superfoot' Wallace also has quick hands
Feb. 17, 2016
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