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About a handful of St. Paul and Metro Transit police officers have started to "walk the beat" in the area of Payne Avenue and Arcade Street on the East Side of St. Paul to proactively have positive contacts with kids, adults and business owners in an effort to build community.
Thousands of people from more than 90 countries have gone to wage Muslim holy war in Iraq and Syria in the last few years, and most have joined the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant.
Drugs seized by the Minnesota Drug and Violent Crimes Enforcement Teams. 120 agencies participate in the effort coordinated by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety Office of Justice Programs.
University of Minnesota academics are turning to businesses and other sources of private funding as federal funding for research declines.
A plantation of red pine trees north of Crosslake, Minn., is one of many sites destined for clear-cutting under a DNR plan to accelerate timber harvest on School Trust Lands. The shift in management has raised questions about DNR forestry values.