Recent content from Paul Walsh
Campus College Republican group cites worries about disruption.
Tickets go on sale Friday for the Canadian rock band.
Two others hit by the wrong-way motorist in Bloomington also are in critical condition.
All parts of the metro experienced crashes and spinouts. Sharp temperature drop on the way.
The victim lived on his own; the suspect took only a clock and pocket watch.
The victim's identity has yet to be disclosed; police report notes three people detained on weapons allegations.
A friend of the victim has made a private donation of $10,000, police said.
The motorist faces a felony count; charging document lays out how teen didn't use basic precautions.
The suspect is being held on suspicion of burglary and murder; charges have yet to be filed.
The incident occurred about 4 a.m. near where I-35W crosses the river.
The cause of the fire remains under investigation.
The car collided with a tow truck about 20 miles southeast of Mankato in the middle of the night.
The son said his father was with her as they walked to a dining spot on their 52nd anniversary and now wishes he also would've been killed.
Authorities said police opened fire after the suspect shot at them. The suspect's condition has not been released.
The 26-year-old has pleaded guilty to felony assault and drunken driving.
The rock Hall of Famer is scheduled to perform in late May at the Xcel Energy Center.
No arrests have been announced in the death of Albert John Loehlein, and authorities are not saying how the man was killed.
Snow, rain, gloom of night — and burning truck. The last is now on mail carrier Kia Rodman's list of obstacles to overcome while completing her appointed rounds.
Lighting company owner stole more than $750,000 from his employees, federal charges say.
Cases against two in plane were dismissed. Pair in canoe will go to trial on similar charges.
The shooting culminated a chase that lasted 17 minutes, according to the BCA.
The tip of a knife is left in the victim's skull, according to murder charges; suspect also seriously hurt in what he believes were self-inflicted wounds.
A man was fatally shot early Wednesday at a home in Prior Lake, three suspects fled from the scene in a car, and one of them was shot and wounded by Eden Prairie officers at an Edina highway exit ramp, authorities said.
One north Minneapolis house fire late at night killed one woman and left another in critical condition, while a second fire at a home elsewhere in the city had a firefighter suffering from heat exhaustion.
The State Patrol made no mention of injuries.
Squad car video records the roadside tale north of Wisconsin Dells.
A father dropping off his son said he found a crying toddler hanging from a noose.
A Twin Cities motorist under investigation for having a profanity-laced and violent message about Hillary Clinton on the back window of his minivan will not…
The lid has been lifted on the virtual ballot box, the votes have been counted and a winner has been declared for the title of…
She said provider accused of hanging child could be depressed. Police say the 16-month-old is doing fine.
A 16-month-old boy was hanged in a day care Friday morning by a woman in a residential block of south Minneapolis, and she then fled and threatened to jump from a freeway overpass, according to authorities.
She and the couple's son, who also was involved in the scheme, are under orders to pay restitution to the insurance company.
A confrontation followed the suspect touching a woman who had passed out, according to prosecutors.
The suspect reached at least 120 mph before the chase with law enforcement ended in Anoka on Hwy. 10, according to emergency scanner communication.
An inch or 2 of snow is possible in the Twin Cities, but much more is in the forecast to the north and west.
A leading state official calls credit card skimming an emerging problem in Minnesota.
Police spokesman Sgt. Mike Ernster said his department was alerted at 8:40 a.m. that "a 7-year-old student brought a handgun to Crossroads Elementary School. The gun discharged while in the school."
Minnesota comes in second to Utah in the rankings released by the federal agency that champions volunteering.
College has finished conversion to Xcel's Windsource program, slashing its carbon footprint.
Cassandra Borden must attend anger management counseling and pay a $50 fine as part of her sentence.
A manslaughter count against her longtime partner also was thrown out; a felony stalking count remains.
The collision occurred before dawn on a two-lane highway north of Hayfield.
Police say she was four times limit; she initially said it was Trump's fault.
Posting occurs after racist graffiti was found in school bathroom.
Wife says the Southern blues musician died Saturday in Nashville; "Tight Rope" and "This Masquerade" among his hits.
Latest victim received a compliment about grandchild, lost wallet during the distraction. No arrests have been made.
All have survived their injuries from the incident, authorities said.
Truck hit a road sign, fence and trees before coming to a stop, the patrol said.
"If Hillary wins I hope to god some one shoots her ..." is how part of the message read on a van traveling on I-94 near the Hwy. 101 exit in Rogers.
The Hit Squad members range in age from 19 to 22 years old; two are at large.
He fled south with boy's sister before being caught; mother is also charged. .
Shurson, who also competed at Chanhassen High School, suffered broken bones and abrasions.
The seasoned visitor to the area was reported missing Monday afternoon.
The surviving victim "will be a paraplegic," according to the criminal complaint filed against a 27-year-old South St. Paul man.
The 24-year-old was nabbed about 2:45 a.m. Wednesday in during a traffic stop far southwestern Missouri.
The two were in the man's Minneapolis apartment, where he was stabbed in the neck.
A motorist hit a man on a busy Brooklyn Park street after dark and took off, leaving the victim with critical injuries, authorities said Wednesday.…
The man's canoe and other items were found in a lake, authorities said.
Jurors took less than an hour to find the motorist guilty of leaving his victim floating in a pond.
He was fired after being on the job for seven months.
Woman was nabbed 25 miles away after a chase that topped 125 miles an hour, authorities said.
22-year-old suffers broken bones and other injuries.
Police dispatch audio said one shot in the head, the other in the torso.
State says staff failed to use the correct device to transfer man, 90.
The dead man's daughter was driving at the time, and his son also was in the vehicle, the patrol said.
The front and back porches both went up in flames; one person was treated for smoke inhalation.
Employees were required to sign promise not to file employment discrimination claims.
The Shakopee School District sent a vaguely worded note to families Wednesday about "an alleged situation on Tuesday involving two of our students."
Sandra Grazzini-Rucki surrendered late Wednesday in the lobby of the Washington County jail
Regulation determined after state and tribal biologists sized up the health of the fish population.
Court says Grazzini-Rucki has violated terms of her probation. That could mean the prison time she wanted in the first place, but county says not so fast.
vNo one has been arrested in the death of the student from Saudi Arabia.
The latest victim, 53-year-old Paul A. Knobbe, was shot several times.
The homeowner died from smoke inhalation, authorities said.
The attack occurred about 2 a.m. Sunday in downtown Menomonie, the school's chancellor said.
More from Star Tribune