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The 15-year-old girl was last seen Saturday at a St. Paul women's shelter.
The nature of the violation involving Randy Handel has not been disclosed. U regents angry over a leak are investigating who provided e-mail's contents.
More than 1,000 students left the school.
The Star Tribune Minnesota Poll found that nearly 80 percent want texting to be punished on par with drunken driving. At the same time, most of those polled say they personally aren't the problem.
He fell into water while meditating with a friend.
Anoka-Hennepin sent an e-mail to parents about the show "13 Reasons Why."
His death leaves few left who remember the early days of the Twin Cities movement.
The charges filed in Goodhue County range from second-degree murder to second-degree manslaughter.
Amaiya Zafar of Oakdale hopes to take her fight to the international boxing ring.
An April snowstorm three years ago began the demise of the seven-tier treehouse.
A man suffered injuries in the shooting that were not life-threatening.
A 16-year-old driver died when his car was hit by a semitrailer truck that had crossed the centerline.
The Minnesota State Patrol is investigating the crash.
More passengers are being enticed to surrender seats voluntarily.
The crash occurred early on a "very foggy" morning.
Storms across the Southeast disrupted flights across the country.
Thieves are illegally cutting down thousands of birch trees in northern Minnesota and Wisconsin to make a quick buck off city dwellers who love the…
The search for Jesse Dady is expected to resume Thursday.
Darling Township mourns the loss of its 120-year-old community landmark.
According to the indictment, from 2006 to 2013, Edward S. Adams stole more than $4.38 million from investors and paid more than $2.54 million to his own law firm.
The Inadvertent Cafe's mission landed founder Bush Foundation money.
Surviving a crash, disoriented driver wanders into Alexandria home.
The storm likely will sweep an area from St. Cloud to Minneapolis to Red Wing, according to the watch issued by the Weather Service.
With winds clocked at 66 mph, waves hit 18-feet high.
Crews are working to determine the extent of the damage.
Inconsistent stories raised a trooper's suspicions, and now three men face felony charges.
If they choose to do so, liquor stores will open for the first time in Minnesota history on Sunday, July 2, after Gov. Mark Dayton signed the bill ending the ban.
State officials said they can't discuss the case but say they are committed to a positive working environment.
State could lose $1.3 billion in 2019 and more in ensuing years, a state analysis shows.
The most fee increases for state park users, cross-country skiers and boat, ATV and snowmobile owners were last increased a decade ago.
That was down from 80 banned from school at the beginning of the day.
Witnesses indicated the truck driver may have struck the person without realizing it.
Officials say the students have to prove they were vaccinated or exempted from state immunization law.
Wisconsin towns scramble to salvage sustaining revenue from the country's largest cross-country race.
School officials said they have worked "diligently" since January to inform families that students must be vaccinated to attend school or provide documentation for an exemption.
The Twin Cities response, part of a one-day national boycott, attempted to show how vital newcomers are to the U.S. economy.
A national protest Thursday is spurring immigrants to make their voices heard by walking off their jobs, and many businesses are closing in solidarity with them.
Sixth-grader Colby Hansen stopped and called 911 for the woman, who'd shattered a hip bone.
While the ban is in legal limbo after a pair of dramatic court rulings, Minnesota's attorney general's office is working on the case.
School officials will sanitize the building and reopen on Monday.
In a statement, Attorney General Lori Swanson called the executive order banning refugees and travelers from a list of predominantly Muslim nations "unconstitutional."
For many, becoming citizens is about responsibility to a country that gave them opportunities.
Gwendolyn Gillen created the hat-tossing statue on Nicollet Mall.
The orchestrated toss was a show of love and thanks to the woman who made them laugh and helped them be strong.
Those wanting to see blue skies and sunshine hope for an Arctic blast.
A love of language drew Kathy Moran to learn to sign for the deaf. Her doggedness made her one of that community’s fiercest advocates. “She…
Comerica Bank & Trust will solely manage the multimillion estate.
Last year the state investigated two incidents of infested furniture imported from China.
The gift — the college's largest — will create an ethical leadership center.
Police and school officials are investigating the incident.
About 1 to 2 inches expected to fall Wednesday morning could make drivers and commuters experience deja vu.
Clearing sidewalks is the law in Minneapolis.
Activists calling for his termination likely will continue with their plans to rally Wednesday afternoon outside the university's Morrill Hall.
It was a year marked by joy, profound sadness and shock. Lives were changed and new political and cultural landscapes emerged.
To many, the fat, slimy eelpout is one of the ugliest fish swimming in Minnesota's waters. But to Brent Getzler, the one he caught is a beauty.
Demolition of home of Jacob Wetterling's killer became a short moment of healing.
That landscape of white is likely to turn to mush when rain comes Christmas Day.
Hyland Hills Ski Area in Bloomington opened last week, Afton Alps near Hastings opened Thursday and Buck Hill in Burnsville and Welch Village will open Friday.
Beverly Burrell now has been charged in connection with the deaths of five Minnesota men.
Recovery from major retina surgery can last from one to six weeks; after tonight the Vikings play in Jacksonville Dec. 11.
The deer herd in large part of southeast Minnesota will be culled to curb any spread of chronic wasting disease.
At least 2 Crossroads classmates handled it before it went off.
The 6-foot-6 giraffe was born Nov. 10.
Minnesota comes in second to Utah in the rankings released by the federal agency that champions volunteering.
Outrage erupted Friday over a flier’s claim that a handgun raffle is raising money for the family of the St. Anthony police officer who killed…
Twin Cities voters went to the polls in a steady stream Tuesday evening, but by about 5 p.m. there were few signs of a late rush like the one that polling places saw in the early morning.
One of the largest park systems in Minnesota began with David Torkildson sitting in the backroom of an Anoka County public works building more than…
Officials hoped the bear, caught on video, would come down on its own, but that's hard to do downtown, they say.
He told investigators he would Photoshop images of children he took at church events.
An Edina High School graduate who attends the University of Wisconsin was charged Thursday with sexually assaulting five women in a 15-count criminal complaint.
Police are investigating two additional cases against the 2014 Edina graduate.
Edina city officials released the police dashcam videos of a black man who was stopped and given a citation for walking in the street.
The man, stopped for walking in the street, demanded to know why the officer detained him. He was later charged with disorderly conduct.
"I flipped open my laptop and went on a vent" over those backing nominee.
As cool weather drives more mice inside, homeowners are driven to act.
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