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Officers responded to reports of mass fighting and gunshots early Saturday morning.
Tradition fell to the wayside on the Saturday edition of what was formerly known as "A Prairie Home Companion."
Spillover from presidential election hit local ballots, leading to many going-away celebrations in December for local government officials.
Voss died on Dec. 5 at age 77 after an eight-month battle with brain cancer. He'd most recently lived in Minneapolis and spent winters in Arizona. He's survived by 15 siblings.
Ranger previously assisted victims of the Sandy Hook massacre.
Snow emergencies have been declared in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Both cities had about 6 inches of snow by 6 a.m. And there's more: Air temperatures will drop to 20 degrees below zero Saturday night.
The Randolph-based dairy farm was awarded "Minnesota Producer of the Year."
Bosco Tjan of the University of Southern California was fatally stabbed on Friday afternoon in the building that houses his lab.
Police responded to a report of gunfire around 2 a.m. Saturday.
The former Communist president died on Friday at the age of 90.
The week after Mark and Travis Hentges were electrocuted, a Shakopee farmer who didn't even know the family called out on Facebook for volunteers to help bring in their harvest. "Farmers always help each other out," he wrote.
City Council will meet Tuesday to vote on 57-unit site proposal.
A Georgia-based farming company has recalled 4,059 pounds of chicken products, some of which were sold in Minnesota. Wayne Farms recalled the poultry because of…
The company chose to develop this facility in Shakopee because of its deep ties to the community.
The couple's criminal history spans from Florida to Minnesota and dates back to 2004.
The head-on crash involved two drivers and one passenger from South Dakota.
Early voting and new technology were cited as contributing factors.
The suspect is a 24-year-old man who was last seen in Arden Hills and may have left the Twin Cities area, authorities said.
The presidential election's polarizing tone is trickling down, observers say.
The rundown property owned by St. John the Baptist Parish could find new life as an unusual hybrid — a new City Hall combined with retail space and senior housing.
The 18-year-old male student was arrested on Tuesday.
He was accused of theft, fraud after charges found on festival debit card.
A woman was shot in a car at 36th and Queen avenues N. A few hours later, a man was found shot to death in a vehicle at 48th and Bryant avenues N.
The victim was a passenger in a car whose driver may have been intoxicated, according to the State Patrol. The driver survived.
Supporters praised his support of small government, his wit and his demeanor.
It has no inpatient options for people with addiction, mental health needs.
A wave of heroin overdoses in just a 12-hour period Saturday in or near Anoka County left two people dead and four others taken to hospitals, one of them in critical condition.
Judge Stacey, whose daughter OD'd, was instrumental in starting drug court.
New grants will support judicious sentencing, help for drug defendants.
There were 34 domestic violence homicides in Minnesota last year, but help is spreading.
Fiber farmers embracing 'buy local' and humane treatment
Two men died in separate crashes over the weekend in Nicollet County and Fridley. On Saturday morning, Joel Miller, 31, of Nicollet, was operating a…
The mayor warned that it could damage ties with the tribe, which owns Mystic Lake Casino.
The pumpkin patch has become a fall tradition for families.
Gunpowder plant ruins stood for decades at U research site.
Police say they have "a strong lead" in their investigation of burglary, theft and damage at Al Huda Child Daycare Center.
Along with the theft of cash and electronics, several gallons of paint were poured inside.
It comes as more barn owners recognize the payoff of transforming a space designed for rearing animals into a stage for a social gathering.
A driver rear-ended the squad car, which then hit the vehicle it stopped near 36th Street. The citizen's vehicle then swerved into traffic and struck again.
Despite upcoming back surgery, Jim Tatro labors among the gravestones at Spring Lake Cemetery, owned by St. Luke's Episcopal Church, in Nininger Township.
Her hair was scarlet, and she was the one who got away. In 1989, Donna Mae Wold was outed around the world as the longed-for…
High-intensity interval workout gets you in the zone.
Five siblings' love of riding horses inspired their mother to found a Minnesota organization for competitors.
Students in Shakopee will ditch their desks this fall for some real-world business experience at the area’s biggest attractions: Canterbury Park, Valleyfair, Mystic Lake Casino…
The photo company, which opened a manufacturing plant in Shakopee in 2014, fell 28 jobs short of the 258 jobs that it agreed to create within about two years under a tax-break deal that helped bring the company to town.
Authorities haven't released the victim's name, but friends gathered at the shooting scene on Saturday morning identified him as Jaquan Oatis.
Sachin Isaacs defeated six others in a special election on Tuesday.
Until last week, Hastings barred people who weren’t U.S. citizens or resident aliens from obtaining a liquor license. But that changed Tuesday, following a City…
Marjorie Moore Kadue got the bang for her buck and spent her time wisely.She'd listen to Twins games on the radio while gardening rhubarb and…
The victims' legs were wounded by gunshots when an off-duty officer found them in downtown Minneapolis.
Construction began this month on a new surface that enables skiing without snow.
His semi went off the road and struck a tree, the State Patrol said.
City's growing population is prompting it to balance its history with its future.
The city will discuss a possible ordinance for sites of future shops.
One of the victims is in critical condition, police say.
Recreational traffic isn't permitted once the water's speed exceeds regulated levels.
The search for a 26-year-old man who fell into the St. Croix River will resume Sunday after Saturday's search on high, swift water proved futile and unsafe.
Riverbank will be preserved in popular Farmington area.
One woman pleads for peace after boy, 2, is killed.
Agency hopes better connection to big job sites will help route succeed.
Notes from children and baked treats are among the kind gestures.
This new minimum will not affect the city's existing companies — or newcomer Amazon, which is building a distribution center in Shakopee without tax-increment financing.
Mediacom installing antennas for pilot project in south metro.
Council members urged residents to relay their complaints to County Commissioners.
The City Council scales back the program, which received national media attention after the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre, amid debate over police vs. resource officers.
The County Board voted to allocate $900,000 for an alternative response to drug-related arrests and incarceration.
Shakopee is among the cities pinning hopes on federal grant funding.
Remember the “Can you hear me now?” guy? The Verizon ads aired for years featuring the bespectacled protagonist dodging dropped calls and spotty service. (He’s…
The county is one of the first to regulate popular rural events.
Plan to rebuild heavily traveled stretch at Hwy. 13 gets city OK.
The sky is no limit (nor is a parlayzed arm) for Kevin Burkart's philanthropic jumps in honor of his ailing dad.
Minnesota's 18 casinos, especially the most successful ones like Mystic Lake in Prior Lake and Grand Casino in Onamia and Hinckley, are at a generational crossroads.
The 35-year-old exited a passenger vehicle, walked into traffic and was fatally struck, the State Patrol said.
The coffee-tossing came after an argument between two men waiting in line.
Three cases of a rare wildlife disease to which humans are also susceptible have been found in animals in the Twin Cities, a University of…
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