1. Grand Marais land tied to polygamy sect and Warren Jeffs is for sale: To the dismay of area residents, the land, listed for $189,000, has for several years been owned by Seth Jeffs, behind the entity Emerald Industries LLC, registered in Montana. Jeffs was convicted in 2006 of concealing his brother, Warren Steed Jeffs, who was sentenced in 2011 to life in prison for sexually abusing underage members of his church, the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Read more.
  2. Video confrontation over Chaska drag story time event goes viral: The video shows a woman inside the Little Roo's children's boutique, outraged that a local drag queen is scheduled to lead one of the store's weekly story time events. Read more.
  3. As other districts grapple with officers in schools, Bloomington is welcoming them in: The move comes as Twin Cities school districts continue to puzzle over what role police should have in schools struggling with behavior trouble, drug use and sometimes violence. Read more.
  4. Former Golden Valley interim police chief accuses city of discrimination in lawsuit: Scott Nadeau, who is white, alleges he felt pressured to resign so the city could hire a Black chief. Read more.
  5. Onetime N.D. prosecutor admits to fatally beating ex-wife in Minnesota as she held child: When the divorce decree took effect, according to prosecutors, Anders Odegaard was deeply in debt. Read more.

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