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It's 71 days to the Minnesota State Fair, but who will provide security?
New information led to charges being dropped
Ramsey County sheriff sued board over budget cuts to his department.
Bloomington will host discussion before raising flag again, mayor says.
Former Brooklyn Center police officer Kimberly Potter is scheduled to go to trial in December.
Attorney for Joseph Gomm's family says lawsuit could be filed this summer.
At two incidents early Sunday, people threw rocks and other debris at Minneapolis police or sprayed mace as the officers responded to calls over street racing in Uptown and during bar close downtown.
A teenage boy was seriously injured Friday when he fell five stories at the abandoned Fruen Mill in the Bryn Mawr neighborhood, according to the…
At least 2.3 million Minnesotans have received full vaccinations.
Law enforcement leaders say reform efforts are misguided.
The plan's details and costs would be worked out by a committee of citizens and experts, with a meeting later Saturday afternoon.
Protesters have argued that Pete Orput is biased toward police.
County Board contends the sheriff has been given plenty of financial help.
Mourners including the state's top political leaders filled a north Minneapolis church Thursday to honor the life of a 20-year-man killed by Brooklyn Center police and demand justice.
Mayor has been critical of Sheriff Office's response to protests.
Question of intent is key in debate over murder vs. manslaughter
A Black man was killed by police in Brooklyn Center. The chief said the officer may have gotten her gun and Taser confused.
The former Brooklyn Center police officer will return to court in May on a charge of second-degree manslaughter.
Former Brooklyn Center police officer Kimberly A. Potter posted $100,000 bond and was released from the Hennepin County jail on a charge of second-degree manslaughter.
Washington County Attorney Pete Orput said Tuesday that he's spent hours reviewing video and other evidence.
The Brooklyn Center police on Monday said the fatal shooting of Daunte Wright came by way of a rare mistake: An officer drew a service…
The city has hired a firm to study the intersection at Settlers Ridge Parkway.
John W. "Bud" Fowler's story will be on exhibit in area history museum.
Snowmobiler Eric Coleman struck and killed 8-year-old Alan Geisenkoetter in 2018.
A new Heritage Center will partly open this fall.
Frederick Manfred's family, admirers want it preserved.
Proposed ordinance called unconstitutional, discriminatory.
It's one of thousands of cars seized every year from drunken drivers statewide.
Patrons in seven counties can share content like e-books and eMagazines.
Civil unrest request nearly three times a previous ask.
Animal vaccine possible after outbreaks kill 5,500 on Wisconsin fur farms.
Gun found at FedEx location where men were apparently shot.
Ramsey County's Bob Fletcher was livestreaming nearby; incident not filmed.
The parking-lot sized maze filled with ice sculptures and an ice slide was opening to the public Friday evening.
County party chairman initially defiant; unclear who ordered site taken down.
State Republican officials' request to remove message ignored
Mining company first filed suit in 2017
Manitou grant recipients ranged from Oregon bees to a school in Switzerland.
The devices are increasingly popular among law enforcers.
Saying he needs nearly $2 million more for his 2021 budget, Ramsey County Sheriff Bob Fletcher has taken the Ramsey County Board to court over…
Dispute arises over county's pandemic-induced austerity measures
Strong winds, blowing snow and falling temperatures could make travel difficult heading into Wednesday evening.
Betty Berman made a life in Minneapolis after years in forced labor and concentration camps.
A special school board meeting to vote on Malinda Lansfeldt's contract is expected next week.
Indigenous women and girls face an epidemic of violence and are far more likely than other groups in Minnesota to be murdered or to go…
Bob Fletcher says the wet street and the man's position on roadway made it hard for him to see.
He has been charged with attempted murder and assault.
Town wants tourists but not too many at once.
Fire crews battled a large fire at a one-story commercial building in Maple Grove on Tuesday night, and one person remained unaccounted for, according to…
Some residents say they remain wary of future operations near homes.
"Minneapolis 8" say the city's safety is at stake.
Plans took many residents of the riverside area of Washington County by surprise.
The temporary shelters will be open until Dec. 31, when Bethesda Hospital site becomes available.
In a statement Friday, Fletcher defended himelf and said that car thieves are emboldened because they think police won't chase them.
Minneapolis police are investigating the death of a woman who was found unconscious on Tuesday morning. The woman, believed to be in her 50s, was…
Toss was used to break tie in Grey Cloud Island Township. Heads won.
Don Fisher spent most of his life going to work just as everyone else was going to bed.The longtime owner of Don's Bakery in Elk…
Rude wintry intrusion follows balmy week, but a slight warm-up is expected by weekend.
A union-backed slate of five candidates who swept the Stillwater school board race on Election Day will see a smooth transition in January with the…
The oldest Pine Bend Cemetery Association volunteer is 88. The others aren't much younger.
Suburban residents in the metro area decided numerous races Tuesday involving local government leaders, school board members and ballot questions. Bloomington Four years after the…
In ordinary times, it’s not easy to get the top officials at the Department of Homeland Security to grant interviews. But it’s almost Election…
Nationwide enforcement action includes 31 arrests in Minnesota.
Grant supports renovation of building that once housed the Dreamland Cafe.
The system defended its readiness for record-setting mail ballots in the upcoming election.
The 7.9 inches of snow at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport shattered the previous record for Oct. 20 of 3 inches, and nearly bested the all-time snowiest October day in the Twin Cities.
Justin Bloyer says a housing nonprofit defamed him by naming him in its lawsuit over a set of rental properties he owns in St. Paul.
Despite late deliveries this summer, local postal officials confident they will handle rush of mailed election ballots
Around mid-July, one in four pieces of mail in Minnesota wasn't delivered on time.
No arrests were reported after the marches wrapped up Thursday, one night after 51 people were taken into custody, mostly in south Minneapolis.
Winona County's ban was upheld by state Supreme Court earlier this year.
The damage is more extensive than an August incident.
Nineteenth-century Iowa Bishop Mathias Loras oversaw the area that later became Minnesota.
Jon McTaggart, president and CEO of American Public Media, informed employees in a memo.
Three bomb threats alleged, all in 2019.
Choulykor Vue's family offered $20K for information leading to an arrest.