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Homeowner hurt when stolen vehicle crashes into his New Hope house
The pursuit began in Crystal and ended in neighboring New Hope.
Family: 12-year-old saved niece before she was shot by Bloomington neighbor
Makayla Saulter-Outlaw remains in critical condition. A man has been charged.
Hopkins school board agrees to pull officer from high school
Action will come when contract expires Dec. 31.
Woman shot and killed, 12-year-old among 2 wounded in Bloomington
A suspect was arrested after standoff; 12-year-old girl in critical condition.
26 now charged in connection with downtown Mpls. looting
26 now accused of crimes including burglary, assault and drug possession.
Hopkins district weighs removing police from schools
School board will vote Tuesday on cutting cops.
One dead, two injured in Brooklyn Park shooting, police say
This is the second shooting reported in the Minneapolis suburb in two days.
St. Louis Park repeals 'crime-free' piece of housing ordinance
City repeals requirement that landlords evict tenants after three violations or police calls.
Prosecutors seek longer sentences for officers in George Floyd case
The officers abused their authority and treated Floyd cruelly, prosecutors argued.
One shot, one arrested in Brooklyn Park
The victim is expected to survive, and one man was charged with second-degree assault.
Excelsior-Lake Minnetonka Chamber seeking donations to stay afloat
Forced by the pandemic to cancel the public events that pay most of its bills, the Excelsior-Lake Minnetonka Chamber of Commerce has asked the community…
At least 19 charged with burglary, assault in Minneapolis riot
One woman allegedly knocked down an officer and assaulted him after she was cornered in a parking garage.
As temps rise, more west metro beaches close because of health concerns
Several Hennepin County suburbs are urging people to keep themselves and their pets away from some lakes over concerns about unhealthy levels of E. coli bacteria and potentially toxic algae.
Mandy Marek, Spanish teacher who carved new paths for Hispanic students, dies at 37
She taught at Shakopee West Middle School until cancer abruptly ended her career and her life.
Minnesota Transitions Charter School to open temporary school at Mall of America
Its district offices and secondary school in south Minneapolis were destroyed in the riots following George Floyd's death last spring.
What a Crystal man did with a sudden windfall in his account this spring
Front-desk clerk stunned to find $150,000 in PPP funds in his account.
Former officer who held back crowd at George Floyd death should face trial, prosecutors argue
They say fired officer encouraged other officers, ignored bystanders' pleas to check Floyd's pulse.
Eden Prairie cop who tallied 5 DUI stops in one shift cites friend's death as motivation
A tragic memory rides along with an Eden Prairie police officer every time he gets in his squad and patrols the many miles of roads…
Two Twin Cities hospitals hit with penalties over COVID-19
North Memorial and United Hospital were each hit with $2,100 citations after workers complained to the state about an array of allegedly unsafe practices related to breathing devices and other personal protective equipment.
Authorities ID woman who drowned in St. Louis Park pool
Her death has been ruled accidental.
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Minnetonka settles dispute over mountain bike trail through endangered bee haven
Excelsior City Council votes to require case-by-case approval for new or expanding homes
Motorcyclist dies in multivehicle pileup at Eden Prairie intersection
Long-awaited streetside plaza opens along downtown Wayzata waterfront
2 charged in home inspection scam that targeted elderly Bloomington couple
Brooks: A feeling's all you need on social media, as Big Lake and Eagan panics show
Dec. 10, 2019
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Freewheel Bike owner plans to ride faster through Penn Cycle acquisition
Mar. 24, 2019
Oasis For Youth's Jasmyn Green celebrates small victories for at-risk young people she serves
Mar. 1, 2019
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