Suburb attracts national attention for female leaders in city's top posts.
John Duane Fairbanks fired at his pursuers and later refused to drop his weapon, investigators said.
The snake could be adopted if the owner does not come forward.
Berger was one of the leaders of a faculty no-confidence vote against the college's president, Tim Wynes, who later retired.
Organizers say pace at Shakopee plant is too fast and employees are getting hurt
Amid cuts, districts plan to put referendums on the ballot in November.
The man was then taken to the hospital for a mental health evaluation.
Isak Aden threatened a woman with a handgun and refused to drop his weapon in a four-hour encounter, the agency said.
AFTON JUNE 8 Suspicious activity. A resident in the 2100 block of Stagecoach Trail reported seeing a shiny object in the woods but was…
Lawrence Terrence Renfro, 21, of West St. Paul, died of multiple gunshot wounds, according to the Hennepin County medical examiner.
State justices OK blood test without legal counsel.
"There are no limitations," Stefanie Horvath said shortly before a ceremony in front of family, friends, Minnesota Guard colleagues and dignitaries that included Gov. Tim Walz.
A friend found a 21-year-old man dead from gunshot wounds in his apartment.
The city started its whimsical campaign to encourage pet waste pickup on July 1.
According to plea documents, Skog stole more than $57,000 from his customers and had planned to sell 275 more counterfeit coins for $235,000.
Shakopee man is third homicide victim since Memorial Day weekend in downtown Mpls.
FRIDLEY JUNE 7 Fire. An officer responded to a report of negligent burning at a home in the 6000 block of Central Avenue NE.…
"Here Comes the Bus" will provide real-time updates about when school buses are nearing scheduled stops — and when they're running late.
Two men died in crashes on Minnesota roads Wednesday and Thursday, authorities said Friday. John Franklin Hall, 68, of Lake Nebagamon, Wis., was killed about…
The 23-year-old was from Columbia Heights, state officials said.