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He is one of four teens who have pleaded guilty for their roles in the death of a 19-year-old St. Paul man.
Winds were gusting to 40 to 45 mph for much of her time of uncertain fate, according to the National Weather Service.
Police are looking into whether bias is behind the damage.
He'll serve the first 6-plus years in prison and the balance on supervised release.
The drug haul was seized from a home in north Minneapolis by task force officers.
A 27-year-old man from Isanti is accused of being intoxicated at the time of the crash.
The driver "said he did not know the river was so deep," the charges read.
He entered what is known as an Alford plea, meaning he acknowledges there is enough evidence to win conviction but maintains his innocence.
The man said he tried to go back in and find his wife.
The woman was undergoing therapy for past sexual trauma.
Authorities said the car's driver failed to obey a stop sign.
Brothers charged with 2nd-degree intentional murder.
The teen was among several young people when the current proved too strong, police said.
The shutdown starts Monday, with resumption of services scheduled for Sept. 27, according to the U.S. Postal Service.
Calls about 5 hours apart to 911 alerted authorities to a body, then fatal crash.
The two have been in a custody dispute, according to authorities.
The big rig had the right of way at the intersection.
Her vehicle was located next to a tree on the opposite side of the direction she was driving.
Driver was fleeing police when he struck a pickup the recent grad was in.
The man, 74, had been unloading soybeans from the bin, the Sheriff's Office said.
"We want to make sure that everyone remembers all of the responders that paid the ultimate sacrifice," one firefighter said.
University leaders pledge strong disciplinary action and hold campus talks.
The County Attorney's Office also found that a second deputy's decision to hit the gunman with his squad car was justified.
Police have yet to make an arrest in the killing Sunday.
A maximum of five months in jail is the anticipated sentence for a 25-year-old southern Minnesota motorist who was distracted by his cellphone when he…
The limits on the size and composition of bags take effect Oct. 15 and follow what the NHL team put in place in September 2018.
An 11-year-old was killed, and his 13-year-old brother suffered noncritical injuries.
Authorities have identified the east-central Minnesota man who died in an ATV crash over the weekend in Anoka County. Lucas Robert Nelson, 35, of Aitkin,…
Two University of Minnesota professors disciplined for sexual misconduct have been reinstated to their positions in the Humphrey School of Public Affairs, and a student…
Firefighters were called to the blaze about 2:20 a.m. at the Adas Israel Synagogue. Fire investigators have yet to give a preliminary indication of how the fire began.
Neither had on helmets, and "alcohol is a factor in both crashes," a patrol statement read.
An adult and child watched the vehicle go up in flames near an LPG tanker car in Coon Rapids.
The gunfire occurred in the 3800 block of Lyndale Avenue N., police said.
One haul in Edina netted more than $50,000 in drugs, authorities said.
Tom Harrigan, who was shot and killed Monday, was a highly decorated member of the National Guard whose war zone trauma led him to substances abuse, his father says.
The discovery was made not far from where the man's unoccupied boat was found several days earlier.
There were no injuries reported and what ignited the fire remains under investigation.
He was in a psychiatric ward for three weeks this spring after stabbing himself with a large knife, according to a court commitment order.
The ATV was attempting to turn left when it was struck, authorities said.
She was there to support her son, who was showing a project for 4-H.
The animal was spotted inside Memorial Stadium, the former home of the UND football team.
The Watertown man's boat was located unoccupied and with the motor running, authorities said.
Her car crossed into the opposite lane and hit vehicle coming the other way, police said.
The final attendance tally for the 2019 Minnesota State Fair of 2,126,551 tops the previous mark of 2,046,533 just last year.
Gunfire struck the man in the abdomen, police said.
The rider lost control and hit a guard rail, according to the State Patrol.
The incident was believed to have occurred during a political disagreement.
Police began their pursuit after being called about a domestic assault.
The 40-year-old man couldn't find one of his classes and posted rants on Facebook, according to the criminal complaint.
She was sentenced on a murder count and will serve less than 6 years in prison.
He left the road at a curve and struck a sign, authorities said.
He suggested he was armed while holding up a Wells Fargo branch, police said.
He's also ordered to pay his victim more than $6,800 in restitution.
Suspect said he was high when he killed a man and set his home on fire.
Employer Solutions Group denies the allegations and says the woman can come back to the office.
He seemingly was hunting for victims at random at the St. Paul light rail station, according to the charges.
He targeted roads where he thought his ex-girlfriend and her new love interest might be driving, according to the charges.
The incident occurred just west of Pillager in May Township, authorities said.
A sentence of at least 25 years is anticipated by prosecutors.
Driver of school bus is permanently injured; young child aboard was not physically harmed.
Fatal crash was second he had caused in two years, according to court records.
Car owner from Andover injured in the crash.
A 28-year-old man has been charged with killing his girlfriend’s 4-year-old son in her northern Minnesota home. Kevin D. Jackson of Deer River, Minn., was…
Authorities say the rolling crime scene stretched along I-94 for at least 110 miles from central Minnesota to within roughly 15 miles of North Dakota.
The man and the boy's mother, who was nearby, could be charged with child endangerment, police said.
The drivers and a third person were considered to be in serious condition after leaving the scene, with 24 more treated for bumps and bruises. One of the buses was headed to the State Fair.
The father's sentence could be as short as six months, according to the plea agreement.
Mark Pavelich's sister says his aggression is uncharacteristic and may be related to head injuries suffered on the ice, including during his career in the National Hockey League.
Man suffered many broken bones, while woman with him had cuts on her face closed with stitches, authorities said.
The injured customers, whose names have been released, were on the patio at the time.
The State Patrol is investigating whether to seek charges against the pickup truck driver who lost three hay bales on the highway.
Federal panel finds no constitutional basis for the lawsuit.
Authorities have yet to say where the shooting occurred or when, and no arrests have been announced in the killing.
The baby was not breathing and unconscious in the home early Tuesday, authorities said.
A motive has not yet been addressed in the shooting.