Local
November 10

Watch cutting-edge robot sort through trash in Shakopee

Dem-Con is turning to robotics to sort recyclable materials, in part to help fill a labor shortage.
Local
November 10

Arrest made in Minneapolis slaying of father of 3

The 32-year-old suspect hadn't been charged as of Friday morning.
Local
November 10

Veterans, especially in rural Minnesota, look on as lawmakers try to overhaul health care

Lawmakers working to fix much-maligned Choice Program.
Super Bowl LII
November 10

Super Bowl host committee raises $50M; street closures planned

The committee released detailed plans on street closings downtown, beginning two weeks before the game.
Data Drop
November 10
Gloria Burt, of the American Legion Post 118 of Wayzata, was part of opening ceremonies for new veterans housing.

Big changes coming in the needs of Minnesota's veterans

In decades to come, the VA will be helping more women -- and more veterans with chronic conditions.
Local
November 9

Minnesota man convicted in ISIS recruiting case wins release

The young Somali-Minnesotan became an early test of anti-jihadi rehabilitation efforts.
North Metro
November 9

Racist graffiti found in Champlin Park High School restroom

The messages were found the day students protested over other racially insensitive social media posts and two volleyball players were suspended from the state tournament.
Minneapolis
November 9

Minneapolis candidates applaud positive campaigns, high voter turnout

Candidates said ranked-choice voting encouraged voter participation.
Minneapolis
November 9
University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler.

U report calls for 'bystander intervention' training to curb sex assaults

"It's got to stop. We have to stop it," said President Eric Kaler. "And history shows we have to confront it every day at the university."
Minneapolis
November 9

In the age of social media, conversation about crime has changed

Facebook, Twitter and Instagram have played an outsize role in shaping how we now talk about crime, researchers say.
St. Paul
November 9

St. Paul woman killed for helping wife leave husband, charges say

Paw Boh Htoo, 29, of St. Paul, died of a single stab wound to the heart.
West Metro
November 9

Public weighs in on streetcar proposal from St. Paul to MSP Airport

Idea delights some and worries some others.
North Metro
November 9

Tight race prompts recount request in St. Anthony City Council race

Six candidates fought for two seats, with voters throwing support behind the incumbents.
West Metro
November 9

Plea deal for accomplice in pickup dragging death during Wright County drug deal

Murder and robbery charges are dismissed in exchange for pleading guilty to manslaughter.
West Metro
November 9

Zebra mussels found in Plymouth's Medicine Lake; 'lakewide presence' suspected

Discoveries have been made on three docks, according to the DNR.
Minneapolis
November 9

Minneapolis coin dealer indicted on fraud, money laundering charges

Feds say Scott Luther bilked customers deals exceeding $1.5 million.
North Metro
November 9

Charges: Brooklyn Park man severely beats landlord with ax after eviction attempt

The landlord was beaten so severely that she remains in critical condition with the possibility of dying or having permanent brain damage.
Minneapolis
November 9

Former Minneapolis principal pleads guilty to theft

Anne DePerry has since moved to California, where she is working at a charter school.
Local
November 9
Minneapolis Mayor-elect Jacob Frey shared his thoughts on the success...

Minneapolis winners, and some losers, praise ranked choice voting

Minneapolis Mayor-elect Jacob Frey and his challengers Ray Dehn and Nekima Levy-Pounds joined a handful of newly elected city officials and nonprofit FairVote Minnesota, which has been a driving force behind instituting ranked choice voting in the state.
Local
November 9

Correction for Nov. 10, 2017

A story on B5 Thursday should have said that John Larkin is the Columbia Heights school board chairman.