St. Paul left reeling after hitting homicide record for city

St. Paul police investigated a homicide in July near the intersection of Western Avenue and Concordia Avenue West, one of the 35 so far recorded in th

The fatal stabbing left leaders with more questions than answers as the city tries to combat an increase in crime that is being mirrored across the country.

Cook files defamation, fraud claim against woman who accused him of assault

Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook addresses reporters during an NFL football media availability Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2021, at TCO Performance

She sued him last month claiming he assaulted her and held her hostage.

Two Minnesota professors have devoted their careers to researching mass shooters

Hamline University Prof. Jillian Peterson studied the lives of death-row inmates at Rikers Island and authored a three-year federally funded study und

What they've discovered is that mass shooters aren't monsters, and there's no easy solution to this uniquely American problem.

Twin Cities home building permits down 12% during November

Home building permits in the Twin Cities region fell in November.

Despite the decline in single-family construction during November, apartment construction increased slightly, putting housing construction on track to beat 2020.

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey gains unprecedented power in City Hall

Mayor Jacob Frey spoke to the news media, flanked by charter department heads, on Friday at the Minneapolis Public Services Building in Minneapolis.

The change to the city charter means staff can work "without the complications of politics muddling the efficiency of their work," he says.

In this screen grab from video, Assistant Minnesota Attorney General Matthew Frank, center, questioned a potential juror as Hennepin County Judge Regi

With full jury seated in Kimberly Potter trial, testimony begins next week

Would Travis's Law have helped Travis Jordan in 2018? Maybe not, some say
Shoreview neighbors balk as developer lays out plan for new neighborhood on Snail Lake
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In Mike Zimmer’s tenure, the Vikings are .500 in December and January games.

Vikings focus on health and rest to stave off another December slump

Buxton strikes long-term deal with the Twins — and with Minnesota
Undermanned Timberwolves make it a game vs. Brooklyn but fall 110-105
Cook files defamation, fraud claim against woman who accused him of assault

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Home building permits in the Twin Cities region fell in November.

Twin Cities home building permits down 12% during November

US jobless rate sinks to 4.2% as many more people find jobs
Honda recalls SUVs and pickups because hoods can fly open
Stocks slump after murky jobs report as markets swing

Britain takes a look at itself, and the world, in commercials from the British Arrows Awards.

Best British ads offer respite from a worried world

The high cost of hate in Hastings
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The Lyceum Theater in 1930.

Lyceum Theater was one of the first large entertainment venues in Minneapolis

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Cactus Blossoms announce new album 'One Day' and Turf Club residency for early 2022

Reusse: 'Changed' Jerry Kill is a head coach again, and we'll see him in Minnesota soon

When Jerry Kill stepped down from the Gophers job, he thought he was done as a football coach. But he'll be back this fall, at age 60, as head coach at New Mexico State. His Aggies travel to play the Gophers in September.

Scoggins: Fleck (and I) have seen enough. U's offense must change.

Mike Sanford Jr. had to go. And as P.J. Fleck now shops for a new offensive coordinator, he also needs to reexamine his own philosophy. Tanner Morgan deserves that.

Reusse: Buxton's hitting theory goes against MLB's lethargic pace

With MLB's mind-numbing march of pitchers, and minute after minute without seeing a ball in play, it was refreshing to hear Byron Buxton on hitting: "See the ball, hit the ball."

President Joe Biden listens to a reporters question after delivering remarks on the November jobs report, in the State Dining Room of the White House,

Biden signs stopgap funding bill to keep government running

Trump faces flurry of investigations beyond Jan. 6 probe
Wisconsin's Democratic governor vetoes GOP abortion bills
US intelligence finds Russia planning Ukraine offensive

Andrew Baldwin, cousin of Madisyn Baldwin, placed candles at the base of a a memorial with his 5-year-old daughter Ariyah on Wednesday outside Oxford

Parents of Michigan boy charged in Oxford school shooting

Colorado supermarket shooting suspect incompetent for trial
Friends who attended anime convention with Minnesota man who contracted omicron have tested positive for coronavirus, health official says
Iowa teens charged with killing teacher remain jailed

In this Saturday, April 10, 2010 file photo released by the U.S. Navy, a suspected pirates’ skiff burns after being destroyed near the amphibious do

UN renews anti-piracy ships off Somalia for only 3 months

Putin to seek guarantees on Ukraine as invasion fears grow
Omicron-stricken South Africa may be glimpse into the future
Britain wants suspected Russian spy extradited from Germany

What was the first movie filmed in Minnesota?

What was the first movie filmed in Minnesota?

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BWCA overnight paddling permits will be more scarce in 2022 in response to crowding in some places

Forest Service reducing access to BWCA next year in response to crowding

Tall Ships festival moves from Duluth to Two Harbors for 2022
High levels of arsenic found in well water in northeast Minn. township
Minnesota men help others "man up" to cancer with support and friendship

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Late musician Tom Petty receives posthumous Ph.D. for music

Court mulls: Was Trump's reply to rape claim part of job?
Evidence at Maxwell trial: massage table, unfolded in court
Duggar trial focusing on computer where child porn was found

Tonya Carlson, left, Randy Gustafson and Steve Yochim, volunteers from the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Department, wrapped and packaged gifts for the an

Roseville-based Salvation Army helps incarcerated parents give Christmas gifts to their children

University of Minnesota students create nonprofit to donate unused medications to those who can't afford them
Minnesota men help others "man up" to cancer with support and friendship
Retired FBI official saw a shortage of school bus drivers. He stepped up to the wheel