The guard took two knives from the suspect and kept a woman from bleeding to death outside an apartment building.
The man was found in September 2014. Police say he may have been missing since October 2013.
The Northstar Commuter line has taken beatings both in the press and at the fare box over the past couple years largely over its dismal on time performance. But passengers are starting to find their way back.
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Incorrect property assessment notices went to almost 3,000 households by a mailing firm to which the city outsourced the job.
Jordan Kushner, who has clashed frequently with the city attorney's office, maintains he's innocent and is being politically targeted — something the city attorney's office denies.
Officials from four suburban counties want to change how the regional planning agency is run.
Twin Cities restaurateur is the target of a fourth lawsuit by a ex-student at Children's Theatre. This one does not name CTC.
Full deployment is expected in March.
State agencies are being sued. Activists have been demanding release of the video since the mid-November shooting.
A report finds Wisconsin public schools are still restraining disabled students, despite a 2011 law aimed at reducing those practices.
Gov. Mark Dayton has asked Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport officials not to press charges against Black Lives Matter protesters who shut down roads leading to the airport.
On Monday, it demanded that St. Paul officer Jeffrey Rothecker be fired
The reform strategy offered extra funding to oversee patient care and reduced medical complications, emergency room visits and hospitalizations.
Mail collection boxes outside post offices in five towns were broken into.
A Wisconsin jury has convicted a man who blamed eating beer-battered fish when he was picked up on his 10th drunken driving offense.
It's illegal to drive while wearing headphones in both ears and this month Plymouth Police will be looking for drivers who violate the law.
Gov. Mark Dayton announced a new push Tuesday to offer paid leave to new parents among the state's 35,000-member workforce, a proposal his Democratic allies have deemed a first step toward their goal of extending sick and parental leave to all Minnesota workers.
The latest robbery of a US Bank branch occurred Monday night inside a Lunds & Byerly's.
Suburban voters are picking two new state lawmakers to fill vacancies at the Minnesota Legislature.