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Members of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and hundreds of others are protesting the Dakota Access oil pipeline, which they say could disturb sacred sites and impact drinking water for millions.
At a time when police are facing intense scrutiny over the use of force, more law enforcement officials agree with Beckie O'Connor that officers need more training. Yet no one is taking charge.
During a suicidal episode last year that warped into a standoff, Robert Wood seriously injured a St. Paul police officer by shooting him in the face with an air rifle. But St. Paul officers didn't kill him.
A Roseville officer walks into the unknown every night. Twice, when the calls came, he fired his weapon.
At 111, Minnesota's oldest resident calls herself "a normal person living a normal life," but her longevity puts her in unusual company.
Twin brothers -- one with cerebral palsy, one without -- have been sweetly connected from the start.
At the age of 14 months, Frank Nameny V. was ready for his first haircut. "He's got all this craziness going on (with his hair). It's time," said dad Frank Nameny IV.
Riley Stearns,4, was one of more than 3,000 Americans who are waiting for a heart transplant. A heart-assist pump gave Riley a fighting chance.