A lobbyist alleged that Thao's campaign solicited a bribe.
His lawyers are challenging deportation.
The decision came just hours after meeting with Minneapolis Police Chief Janeé Harteau, who had openly criticized the move as "divisive."
Investigators pored through social media accounts and cellphones, but less so for the officer who shot Philando Castile.
Minneapolis Fire Department officials said the spill is contained.
The Murrs wanted to see some of their land to finance improvements on the rest of it.
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Motorists can expect major traffic tie-ups across the metro as the Minnesota Department of Transportation starts reconfiguring Interstate 94 in downtown Minneapolis just as tens of thousands of people will stream into the city for large events that include the Twin Cities Pride Festival in Loring Park and the Back to the 50s street rod extravaganza at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds.
Rain has pushed back the start of today's Twins-White Sox game at Target Field but that won't stop Metro Transit from shutting down light-rail service at 6:45 p.m. Thursday as scheduled.
Flanked by Somali women in their hijabs in Minneapolis, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg said, "You are a powerful reminder of why this country is so great," as he marked the end of the holy month of Ramadan by eating his first Iftar dinner.
Woman, leaving for appointment, didn't realize child was near car.
The former first lady is scheduled to speak in September at the Beth El Synagogue.
Police were serving an arrest warrant when the suspect took off
A girl just shy of her first birthday is expected to survive after she was accidentally backed over in western Anoka County. The Anoka County…
The suspect in the incident is in custody and a weapon was recovered
Experts and students of the ancient sacred music have gathered at the University of St. Thomas for what is billed as "the most in-depth teaching conference ... on sacred music in the world."
The Gregorian chant, best known as the solemn music sung by robed monks of old, is enjoying a 21st-century revival — and the Twin Cities are at the heart of it this week.
Primitive roads didn't make it easier for the liquor store owner on an unlikely trip.
"We have developed many friendships and loyal customers over the years, and we will miss you."