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Lino Lakes man's license to be restored over officer's entry into his driveway.
Dangerous driving reportedly "more egregious" this year in Minneapolis and its suburbs.
Newly confirmed deaths included 12 in long-term care and assisted-living settings.
Cindy Hansen disavowed the erroneous endorsement in the traditionally conservative district.
One is criticized for not yet donating promotion proceeds, the other accused of conflict of interest.
Former primary rival makes several stops, says "democracy is totally on the line."
The 2,350-pound pumpkin took top honors at the "Super Bowl" of pumpkin weigh-offs.
A transformative visit to the George Floyd memorial convinced the family of eight to move from northern Minnesota to one of the most diverse cities in the state.
A man has died following a shooting in north Minneapolis on Sunday afternoon, according to authorities.Police spokesman John Elder said that shortly before 3 p.m.,…
Statewide, the pandemic's toll reached 2,141 deaths.
State Sen. John Jasinski said Sunday that he takes "complete responsibility" for driving while impaired Saturday.Jasinski, R-Faribault, declined to be interviewed but acknowledged in a…
Seven more people have died of COVID-19 in Minnesota, officials reported Sunday.The Minnesota Department of Health reported a net increase of 1,048 new confirmed coronavirus…
The city has canceled Halloween festivities only during World War II.
Malik Beasley was arrested Saturday night in Plymouth on charges of possession of narcotics and receiving and/or concealing stolen property, according to jail records.
Four additional deaths were reported Sunday.
The candidates for Crystal mayor share a surname but are divided by a church issue.
A parking lot near the soccer complex has been transformed this month into a socially distanced outdoor bingo parlor.
Minneapolis police activity fell dramatically compared to last year as the department faced multiple challenges.
Lawrence W. Allen helped countless people catch flights over the years working as a skycap for Northwest and Delta Air Lines, but he was also…
No cause of death was given.
Anoka County Historical Society will host virtual show based on mystery from 1900 on Sept. 19.
Five more patients have been hospitalized since Saturday.
Fire officials are investigating the apparent torching of four retail outlets overnight that expanded the destruction well beyond the city's core.
As National Guard testing winds down at senior care facilities, providers step in.
The area in Prescott was evacuated and blocked off for several hours. An investigation continues.
The pandemic has now caused 69,584 confirmed cases in Minnesota.
Some pointed out that in the wake of George Floyd's death, the timing was wrong to disband the inactive commission.
A 44-year-old man was struck and killed by a train in Fridley over the weekend.According to the Anoka County Sheriff's Office, Fridley police were called…
Police investigating violence and multiple shootings overnight.
Residents of long-term care and assisted-living facilities accounted for all but one of the deaths.
Mahelia Hunter has mixed emotions as she prepares for her first federal deployment with the Minnesota National Guard. She served during the unrest following George…
New infections came on a one-day total of nearly 20,000 tests.
As the Aug. 11 primary nears, a unprecedented number of voters are seeking to vote absentee.
As Twin Cities suburbs look for ways to foster trust between law enforcement officers and communities of color in the wake of George Floyd's death, some are looking to a long-standing model that began years ago in the north metro.
A 24-year-old St. Cloud man drowned Saturday night after falling off a floating tube in Big Lake, according to Sherburne County Sheriff Joel Brott.Ashutosh Dahal…
Pandemic-themed cards aim to brighten days and support the U.S. Postal Service.
Some believe the inactive board is redundant, while others say it requires new commitment.
Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan said Tuesday that the housing crisis has never been more clear, prompting an urgent need to use millions from state, county…
A Maple Grove man who was to be sentenced this week for killing his wife and hiding her body in a crawl space under their…
Police said video surveillance is being reviewed.
A victim in a Minneapolis shooting nearly two weeks ago died this weekend, marking the city's 38th homicide in 2020.On July 13, the victim was…
Cities are having conversations with mask scofflaws.
Sunday marks the fourth consecutive day of the state reporting more than 700 new cases.
St. Anthony voted down a Philando Castile tribute at City Hall, but Semhar Solomon is undaunted.
A Chisago County man said it sounded like a "freight train rolling through" as tornadoes touched down north of the Twin Cities and near Osseo, Wis.
The number of patients hospitalized declined slightly.
Fietek, until recently a professor in Boston, taught at the Anoka arts school from 2005 to 2019.
The National Mothers March Against Police Violence brought together more than 100 families in the U.S. who have lost a loved one to law enforcement officers, said organizers with Take a Knee Nation.
Police said they shot and wounded a suicidal man who came out of a Robbinsdale home with a firearm on Sunday afternoon. The Robbinsdale Police…
Three more people have died of COVID-19 in Minnesota, health officials reported Sunday. The Minnesota Department of Health reported a net increase of 715 new…
Tyler Technologies was also blamed for a failed online records project for the Minnesota Judicial Branch.
Pride intersected with Black Lives Matter on Sunday as hundreds marched to Minneapolis’ Loring Park on a weekend typically reserved for the annual gay pride…
Sunday's data release brought the number of confirmed cases in the state to 35,549.
Ramsey County commissioners rebuked jail leadership Tuesday for barring correctional officers of color from guarding Derek Chauvin and said they welcomed an external investigation of…
Gunmen unleashed a torrent of gunfire in a crowded Uptown block early Sunday in Minneapolis, killing one person and wounding 11 others in one of the city's most violent shootings in recent memory.
The number of confirmed cases stands at 32,920.
A long slate of events are planned for Friday in Minneapolis, St. Paul and the metro suburbs, many featuring entertainment as well as donation drives.
Back when the world’s attention was on Standing Rock Reservation during the Dakota Access pipeline protests a few years ago, LeeAnn Eastman said African-Americans came…
Organizers present a list of demands for systemic change.
A march through Fargo turned ugly late Saturday, prompting the North Dakota National Guard to be deployed and the city to call a state of emergency and impose a curfew.
With their daughter by her side, Roxie Washington struggled through emotion to share that Floyd's life was more than his final moments.
In neighborhoods across the Twin Cities, residents swung into action after several long nights of worry while first responders were spread thin.
Businesses felt the imperative first. But it is now starting in state and local governments where disruptions in tax collection and other sources of revenue could add to the troubles of the broader economy.
With playgrounds and other outdoor amenities shut down, families living on St. Paul's Laurel Avenue have kept themselves entertained this summer using swings hanging in…
The high number of cases — roughly 6% of the city's total — fall in a neighborhood known for its vibrant East African community, with many in high-rise apartments.
Como Regional Park Pool and Highland Park Aquatic Center will remain closed for the summer as the city explores other ways for St. Paul residents to "safely cool off," according to a statement.
One longtime Pronto Pup seller's creative solution: making cotton candy at the end of her Faribault driveway.
Like millions of others, Gary and Liz Stigen are at a particularly vulnerable age now — too young to retire and too old for a job market full of options.
His legacy spans arts, business and politics.
Booming puzzle sales during COVID-19 crisis are a boon to Minnesota jigsaw creator, artists and small shops
As puzzles skyrocket in popularity during crisis, a local jigsaw creator helps Twin Cities artists and shops.
Social distancing can be practically impossible at the bigger community sales held annually this time of year.
For many, teleconferencing is new territory, but most are meeting via phone or video.
A passerby spotted the body in the water Sunday morning.
County officials worry that some funding for the $1.7 million project may be delayed by pandemic.
It was unclear if county will move forward on $6.75 million reconstruction and expansion project while park is closed.