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Kyeland Jackson is the St. Paul public safety reporter for the Star Tribune.


Health care summit draws scores of American Indian youth to learn about medical careers

Nearly twice as many young people attend this year than last, organizers said.


Officials: Law enforcement gunfire killed man in shootout in Minnetonka

A deputy shot in the encounter has been released from the hospital.


Jury: Nicolae Miu guilty of reckless homicide in Apple River stabbing

The St. Croix County jury convicted Nicolae Miu, 54, of reckless homicide for fatally stabbing Isaac Schuman, 17, at the popular recreation spot in western Wisconsin. He was also convicted of recklessly endangering the safety of four other people he stabbed.


Apple River trial defendant's fate now up to Wisconsin jury

Attorneys finished closing arguments Wednesday, leaving 12 jurors to decide whether Nicolae Miu is guilty of homicide after stabbing five in 2022, including a 17-year-old who died.


Miu testifies in Apple River stabbing trial: 'My fear was getting really high'

Nicolae Miu, a 54-year-old Prior Lake man charged in a fatal 2022 stabbing on the Apple River in Wisconsin, took the stand in his defense Tuesday, as prosecutors questioned his changing story.


Woman killed, teen injured in highway crash in Kanabec County

Authorities said the victim's car collided with a flatbed truck at an intersection.


Testimony: Miu 'looked pale' after fatal Apple River stabbing

Day five in trial began with testimony from people tubing with suspect the day a fight led to the stabbing death of a 17-year-old from Stillwater.


Nurse describes her lifesaving efforts after encountering Apple River stabbing scene

In the fourth day of the murder trial of Nicolae Miu, nurse Andrea Beldazo held back tears as she described her efforts to help Isaac Schuman after he'd been slashed.


St. Paul boy, 11, shot in head, hospitalized in critical condition

Police arrest a 13-year-old girl in connection with the Frogtown shooting.


Families of men killed by police settle lawsuit against BCA

The families finally received long-sought information about the deaths, but some must still pick up their loved ones' belongings.