It was to be the first Satanic monument erected on public property in the nation.
Driver had been cited for DWI, speeding and a revoked license.
The collision occurred on I-94 near Dowling Avenue, the State Patrol said.
Chicago police say a man and woman from suburban Minneapolis falsely claimed they were robbed at knifepoint of a $12,000 engagement ring and other items.
Man, 20, arrested after he allegedly fled to Bismarck.
Store's fate is a warning to all of rural Minnesota, city leaders say.
Senator says long vacancy after Franken resigns would hurt Minnesota interests in Washington, D.C.
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Ga-Be-Nah-Gewn-Wonce (variously known as Kay-bah-nung-we-way, Sloughing Flesh, Wrinkled Meat or plain old—well, really old—John Smith) was reputed to be 137 years old when he died. Whatever his precise age, his well-lined face indicates a man who led a long and full life. He had eight wives but no children. He fought, he fished, he counseled, he rode horses and trains, he appeared in moving pictures and he sold postcards. The Tribune's page-one obituary featured a two-column photo of Ga-Be-Nah-Gewn-Wonce.
The Giant of the Senate, as Franken jokingly referred to himself in his latest book, is now the Ghost of the Senate.
As the U.S. Senate and House resolve different plans to cut taxes for American corporations and businesses, the repeal of the medical device tax is missing from the discussion.
Some fear the cultural shift in the movement engenders backlash.
Lawyer for Fridley man says FBI should return phones and computers taken in raid.
Former Minnesota Gov. Arne Carlson came to Sen. Al Franken's defense Sunday when he posted a commentary to his blog that said he is "deeply troubled by the resignation of Al Franken and the complete absence of anything resembling due process."
Five of the crimes appear to have some of the same suspects, while a sixth is likely unconnected.
So far, Minnesota has largely escaped the kind of violence that has erupted elsewhere over campus visits by right-wing pundits and provocateurs. Yet in many ways, college campuses are turning more hostile than ever to conservative views, said Madison Faupel, president of Minnesota College Republicans.
The former vice president took a few jabs at the current Russia-related investigation into the Trump administration.
A newly published consultant's report that says the city of Albert Lea could support a full-service hospital has emboldened citizens there who are fighting a Mayo Clinic decision to reduce services.
Minnesota farmers depend on chlorpyrifos, but dozens of studies say it harms kids.
Minnesota effort to reduce overdose deaths is putting doctors, patients in a bind.