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A video shot at the scene that is circulating on Facebook shows several young males mugging for the camera and flashing what appear to be gang signs. After nearly a minute, the pop-pop-pop of gunfire interrupts the antics on the street and keeps going for nearly 10 seconds.
No, she didn't have fries with that.A Twin Cities company granted a family's final wish and made an urn in the shape of a hallmark…
ESPN has produced a feature episode on the hockey hair phenomenon that is part of the state high school tournament and has spawned annual videos of the best flow on the ice.
Hennepin County, responding to need, has opened its first office dedicated solely to issuing permits to people seeking to legally carry a firearm.
"I'll kill you!" the victim quoted defendant Gary L. Townsend as saying while pulling the trigger several times.
The for-profit college, accused of inflated claims, went bankrupt.
He'll serve at least 10 years in prison for the 30-minute attack late at night last fall.
Thomas M. Luby claimed self-defense but was still convicted.
Several of them had been stopped for speeding on I-394. The FBI is checking.
He calls St. Thomas inquiry and suspension "rigged."
The state trooper who gathered up the eagle from along the interstate was given the honor or setting the now-healthy bird free.
The St. Paul man bought 41 guns online. One was found at a drug crime scene in Bloomington.
The prisoner was suffering from "a medical-related situation" before he was hospitalized and then died, the sheriff said.
Prosecutors cited "witness issues" in 2013 Minneapolis killing; defense suggested someone else struck victim.
The agreement calls for two years' probation and a psychosexual evaluation.
Minneapolis police are warning residents, businesses and others in a large portion of the city about a surge in burglaries in recent weeks.
Two spectators were charged with felony assault. Two victims suffered broken noses.
The defendant had been accused of animal cruelty.
The drivers on I-394 over the weekend are from all parts of the metro and beyond. The group promised a live broadcast on its Facebook page around the time speeders were first spotted.
Family members of victim bring her ashes to court.
The drivers of a dozen or more high-end sports cars were cited for reckless driving Saturday after a state trooper clocked them at more than…
2 of the homes are total losses; among the rescued were children from a soccer group at a sleepover.
Department distributing fliers and has posted a video in Spanish on YouTube.
"Free CeCe!" documents McDonald's experience as a black transgender woman who was convicted in Minneapolis of manslaughter and sentenced to a men's prison.
The lion tops the ranking for his impact after a Bloomington dentist killed him last summer in Zimbabwe during a questionable hunt.
Half-gram bonuses were doled out to the workers, according to a drug enforcement task force.
Security guard stopped the attack on rooftop.
The dresser was the subject of a safety agency's "repair program."
A woman was sexually assaulted by a group of four men and a teenager while walking along an Uptown street on Saturday evening, police say.
Officials say the case is unrelated to two previous robberies by women in the Twin Cities.
The attorney general said she lacks authority to make such a move.
Nathan P. Brooks, whose license has been revoked since 2009, is charged with running over a man during a party in a pasture, then fleeing.
Rose Downwind, the granddaughter of American Indian Movement co-founder Dennis Banks, had three children with her killer.
Keith Washington was a registered Level 3 sex offender at the time of the assaults in December.
The 160-room Hampton Inn is scheduled to open in St. Paul in November.
Sheriff's captain says the rider was "probably saved" from serious head injuries because he had on a helmet.
She's booked the X for one night in August, while he's scheduled two shows at the same venue in September.
The St. Paul woman filed the returns by the dozens on behalf of friends and family members, according to the U.S. attorney's office.
Hundreds fled the scene as a cluster of fights erupted on Saturday night. The event's organizer is being accused of "facilitating the unlawful assembly."
The victim's lung was pierced during "intoxicated" dispute.
Swift action by police officers who used a tourniquet to stop the bleeding may have saved his life.
The defendant was going 100 mph at the time of the crash, according to charges. His victim suffered serious brain, back and organ injuries.
The driver's door was sheared off, and he was thrown to his death, police said. The car kept going for a block.
The couple, engaged to be married, were killed just a few hours before their bodies were found, the medical examiner said.
The boy fell while the car was traveling 20 mph in a residential neighborhood.
MyPillow inventor is donating 2,000 pillows to the new store, citing his "struggles with addictions."
It's the first Minnesota band in nearly three decades to make the cut.
Totino-Grace alum said he knows it will take "hard work, mental toughness and patience."
Friends and family identified the victims as Terry Weimer, 68, and Renee Ahrens, 67. The retired substitute teachers were engaged to be married. Their bodies were found next to each other in their home, police said.
Ralphie May has been criticized for a 2005 rant against American Indians, which also led to his Bemidji show being scrubbed.
Shots flew in construction zone near the Walker.
Timothy J. Oliver received 41 months and a $750,000 restitution order to be divided between two victims.
Defendant was to go on trial Monday for his role in the wounding of six.
Go ahead and push your LSD beer in Minnesota. But cross into Wisconsin or North Dakota and you will have the feds making sure you…
An Amtrak train hit a man late at night in Fargo, and the victim was lucky enough to be speaking with police at the scene,…
"For the most part, the crowd was generally well behaved, with only a few instances of disorderly behavior," a statement from police read.
The injured suspect fears being deported to Somalia.
The stabbing victim is in critical condition; officers who shot the suspect are identified.
State health officials are investigating the outbreak, which occurred within a brief period this week.
Gov. Mark Dayton, in response to Mississippi making it legal for people there to be denied service based on sexual orientation, instructed Minnesota state employees to refrain from any nonessential travel to the state.
Officer is one of the department's more visible; she has hosted a show about policing and has won state beauty pageants.
North Heights Lutheran will have services again this Sunday. The Roseville location will reopen as well.
Swimmer Janet Evans, diver Greg Louganis and hurdler Edwin Moses to get place on cereal box.
The youngster was visiting his grandparents at the time.
The latest holdup occurred in Maplewood. Description and her actions during the crimes are similar.
Defense attorney said his client has insisted he didn't know his grandmother was home at the time.
The driver was left with potentially "life-altering" injuries, according to Metro Transit.
The group demands a special prosecutor, as the woman who was with Clark tried to clear up discrepancies about that night, saying he never hurt her.
The suspect died at the hospital after being shot by Minneapolis police, and an officer suffered a broken bone in the incident. The stabbing victim was hospitalized.
The man, a longtime bank robber, was wanted by federal authorities for a parole violation.
Repaving Hennepin-Lyndale on the western edge of downtown Mpls. to last through end of the year.
Metro Transit worker was seriously wounded; one juvenile was detained.
The crash occurred near George Lake in Kandiyohi County.
Authorities say they have many leads to go over in connection with the heist.
She shot at the officers at least twice, according to investigators.
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