Twins finally get a hit off Kluber, and win in extras

Indians starter Corey Kluber had a perfect game for five innings before the Twins turned things around, eventually winning on a Trevor Plouffe home run in the 11th inning.

Robbinsdale police shooting of teen draws protest

Tania Harris, 18, is at North Memorial Medical Center, and protesters marched there so her family would be allowed to see her.

Conflicting witness accounts in fatal St. Croix River stabbing

Two of Levi Acre-Kendall’s friends who were at the scene told authorities that Peter Kelly tried to pull the 19-year-old out of the car as the younger men tried to leave the confrontation.

Lakeville sisters still missing 2 years after parents' bitter divorce

The mother is considered a “person of interest.” The father denies abuse allegations.

Stadium board meeting erupts into feud over roles, salary

Chairwoman Michele Kelm-Helgen said she felt threatened in her role, but board member denies making threat.


Collapsed Minnesota waterpark roof was never inspected, official says

No inspection requirements exist in Otter Tail County, just like dozens of counties statewide who never adopted state codes.


Isle Royale wolf population plummets to three

It's the lowest number recorded since scientists began tracking. Researchers say the island’s population may be doomed.


Oak Park Heights slaying victim was found in closet, bound in tape

Nils Johnson's mother said she was uneasy when her son asked a few months ago about allowing a homeless man to move in.


CDs take a back seat to vinyl and even cassettes

With the 10th annual Record Store Day taking over indie shops nationwide Saturday, retro modes of music have won favor with fans.


U infertility clinic to close this summer as competition closes in

The Reproductive Medicine Center in Minneapolis — the first in the state to perform in vitro fertilization — will be open until June 30.


Legislative auditor will investigate Range agency

The investigation into the Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation Board follows Star Tribune stories about the agency’s spending.


New contaminant found in New Brighton drinking water

While levels of new contaminant are not considered dangerous, city will use water from deeper wells.


ESPN suspends reporter after expletive-laden video leaks

ESPN has suspended Britt McHenry just hours after a video surfaced of the reporter swearing at and insulting a tow lot employee.


Some Minnesota turkey hunters to have birds tested for avian flu

Starting Monday, the DNR is asking hunters in Kandiyohi, Pope, Meeker, Swift and Stearns counties to call local DNR wildlife offices.


Off-duty deputy involved in Norwood Young America shooting + Photo Gallery + Video

An off-duty McLeod County sheriff’s deputy was one of two men injured in a shooting after a struggle between them early Friday at a gas station in Norwood Young America, authorities said.


Minneapolis protected bike lane plan goes to public

Plan for 30 miles of protected lanes follows a year of analysis and input


Richfield American Legion bookkeeper stole nearly $200K by overpaying herself

Bloomington woman used the money for personal expenses.


Gas-line blast closes major highway, injures at least 11

A large gas pipeline exploded into a tower of fire Friday in Central California, closing both directions of a major highway in the region and injuring at least 11 people, three of them critically, authorities said.


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