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She was trying to cross University Avenue at Snelling Avenue in St. Paul against the stoplight, a Metro Transit spokesman said.
Wesley Paul Briggs, 29, of Lakeville, died at North Memorial Medical Center.
La Crescent couple swept away in lake in Iceland.
Murphy was a tireless advocate for education, champion for women lawyers and judges and a civic powerhouse.
Foes say it fosters a violent mentality; some agencies no longer send officers to training.
"Bulletproof Warrior" came under scrutiny after a police officer fatally shot Philando Castile.
Driver lost control of car on I-35, hit trooper's SUV.
Now based in Plymouth, company officials did not say how many employees would be affected.
A woman and two boys, ages 2 and 3, in the other car were taken to St. Marys Hospital in Rochester.
Charges say she also talked about her personal life and gave students "an inappropriate life lesson."
The dead person was one of four people in the home at the time of the shooting, authorities said.
As part of the plea, Lucifer Nguyen will spend a minimum of 30 years in prison.
Holstine was named Minnesota's 2018 Teacher of the Year on Sunday and recalled the fifth-grade teacher who helped turn her life around.
One of the victims was a juvenile. All went to HCMC, and their injuries were not life-threatening.
The possibility of copper-nickel mining near the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and Voyageurs National Park moved an incremental step closer to reality.
A missing 9-year-old boy was found safe Tuesday night in north Minneapolis. K’dion Williams had been last seen about 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at Nellie Stone…
The $20 million reconstruction project will be underway for four years.
Station will be closed during repairs.
With temperatures still a dozen degrees below normal and several inches of snow still blanketing the ground, the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board has postponed…
The criminal complaints detail gruesome injuries to the 3-year-old child.
Airline issuing refunds but says it can't divert flights.
More than 600 attended a Holocaust remembrance service at Mount Zion.
Mark Haase says it's time for innovation in criminal justice system.
Police said they "never stopped investigating" Allison Feldman's murder.
Despite temperatures in the mid-30s, the golf balls flew as students from Benilde-St. Margaret's gathered Monday afternoon for boys' golf team practice."Just set up every…
First Lutheran says its First Amendment rights are being violated with restrictions on how it can help the poor.
School officials and representatives of the firms that will build and design the new facility held a community meeting and open house at the school's elementary and middle-school campus Wednesday.
On the eve of Martin Luther King’s death and the anniversary of the day he delivered his “I’ve been to the mountaintop” speech in Memphis,…
The Minnesota Department of Transportation reported more than 25 crashes on state and interstate highways — just in the metro area between 8 p.m. and 8:15 p.m. Monday.
A young woman from Watertown, Minn., died last week of a fentanyl overdose and a 29-year-old man who allegedly supplied her with the drug has been arrested.
A police cat, straightened out Weisman and water 'flights' for dogs? Chalk it up to April Fools' Day
Would you believe a police cat or poolside view of planes landing?
In her first piece of stand-alone legislation, Sen. Tina Smith has introduced a bill to close a loophole that allows major drug companies to "pay to delay" bringing more affordable generic drugs to market.
The couple's adult grandson, who lived with them, was taken into custody in Kandiyohi County.
Jill Lynn Fiedler, 38, received 90 days in jail and five years of probation after she stole the $8,727.
About 75 community activists and residents of the neighborhood gathered to say their fight is not over.
The Economist magazine says only New York and Los Angeles are more expensive.
The district said decision was made out of abundance of caution.
The driver of the car, trying to turn onto Lagoon from James Avenue S., is cooperating with police.
A person with a gun was seen stepping off a city bus nearby.The suspect was seen on surveillance video leaving the school and remained at large. No one was arrested.
Authorities said the fire was started by a cigarette.
Federal help, which was prompted by a fatal 2016 shooting, will run through August.
An online threat had students barricaded in their classrooms for hours, with desks and chairs blocking the doors.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has warned people who bought deli chicken salad at any of the six Fareway Foods grocery stores in southern Minnesota…
Lawyer for driver, who has been found to have brain cancer, has sharp response.
The timing was right as Italian-themed restaurant sought a second location.
So far in Minnesota this flu season, more than 3,800 influenza-related hospitalizations have been reported, and the season is only half over, Klobuchar said. For the entire previous flu season, the total was 3,700.
Early-open dates will allow people with autism to visit before the doors open to the general public.
Police said the man was hospitalized in critical condition.
He admitted making up to $250,000 in the scam.
They urged everyone to participate fully in political process.
Alan Geisenkoetter, 8, "got his angel wings today," his mother said.
A man who fled authorities in a stolen vehicle was killed Wednesday afternoon in an officer-involved shooting in St. James, Minn., about two hours southwest…
A 19-year-old woman died Monday in an apartment fire in Alexandria, Minn., just 10 days after another fire at a mobile home killed two people in the Douglas County city of 13,500 people.
The Rev. Jonathan Shelley was removed from active ministry in 2012 after sexually explicit images were found on a discarded computer.
Those losing motel rooms will be sheltered elsewhere, though not in schools buildings.
'Appearance of impropriety' cited in panel's treatment of applicant.
City has changed rules for mobile home parks, but said ruling was a victory.
As congressional deadline on DACA program nears, activists push for solution for young immigrants.
State credits 2017's total to better driving habits. DWI arrests for the year increased somewhat.
The below-zero cold doesn't matter much when there's a colorful ice-block igloo to be built in the neighborhood. At least it's not too warm.Martha Palm,…
After a slight warmup Thursday, weekend high temperatures will be below zero.
"There is good reason to take real care in our review," the Hennepin County attorney said in a statement.
In Australia, John Ruszczyk had some biting words about the "integrity" of the state Bureau of Criminal Apprehension and the "gaps" in its investigation.
Dozens of cyclists turned out to remember a St. Paul restaurant worker killed in a hit-and-run crash.
American Public Media CEO's comments came in a closed staff meeting, according to report.
The investigation was taking place at the Mechanical Engineering building on the East Bank campus in Minneapolis.
Snow and winds of 25 to 30 mph are in the forecast early Monday evening, possibly during the rush hour.
St. Anthony City Council voted 4-0 to settle with Diamond Reynolds for $675,000 while Reynolds will receive another $125,000 from the League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust and the city of Roseville, making the total settlement $800,000.
The body was partly covered, apparently by another person — with more than just leaves, debris and branches that could have fallen on it, police said.
The "Take a Knee" protesters were at U.S. Bank Stadium again Sunday before the start of the Vikings-Rams game, carrying signs and making impassioned speeches.
Only ticket holders for the game can board on game day; all others must ride buses.
Police arrested a man they believe stabbed two other men who tried to stop him from stealing. He was held by other shoppers after the assault, police said.
No progress was made Thursday in the search for two fishermen who have been missing since Monday on Lower Red Lake in northern Minnesota. Ground…
Talk on police-community relations that includes the top Twin Cities prosecutors focused on loss of trust in police and courts.
For generations of Minnesotans, Roger Erickson was the first voice they heard in the morning.The WCCO-AM radio legend, along with his co-host Charlie Boone, were…
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