Relative IDs high school grad who was fatally shot in Brooklyn Park hours after earning his diploma
The 19-year-old was at a birthday gathering and shot without provocation by a 31-year-old man, the charges read.
Group accuses new Blaine City Council member of making racist comments, wants her to quit
The Blaine Coalition for Racial Equity is also asking the city to craft a formal recall process.
State gives Stillwater $6 million for riverfront parks
The state's boost to riverfront park development comes after years of planning and negotiations.
Two from Inver Grove Heights killed in southern Minnesota crash
The crash happened at about 10:10 p.m. Wednesday on Hwy. 60 in Watonwan County.
Duluth opera company's 'Cavalleria Rusticana' marks debut of secret soprano
Newbie Lacy Sauter is among the cast and crew of dozens of mostly local artists who are involved with the fiery one-act.
St. Paul woman charged with vandalizing mosque, warrant issued
A St. Paul woman has been charged with vandalizing a mosque May 12. Police say Sherrice Williams threw a rock into the door of Masjid Al Sunnah, breaking the glass.
St. Paul reports safety improvements after year of revised traffic policing
Leaders say it improves community relations while letting police focus on more violent crime.
Charges: After bar-hopping, driver causes crash in South St. Paul that kills ex-husband
Her blood alcohol content was measured at the scene at 0.201%, more than twice the legal limit for driving in Minnesota, the charges read.
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Medcalf: Decision to remove hoops from park to fight crime is cruel
The decision follows two recent shootings in six weeks at River Bend Park in Savage. Officials do not shut down baseball diamonds and hockey rinks. But basketball rims are an easy target,
Diaries through four decades tell story of Japanese immigrant family in Minneapolis
The collection offers "great insight," says a University of Minnesota archivist.
Why thousands of board games are buried beneath Mankato
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What happens to the plastic bags we recycle at grocery stores?
This time they mean it: Hands-free is hands-free on Minnesota roads
Legislature closed loophole in law about using electronic devices while driving.
Tenants evacuated from Rochester condominium due to structural concerns
More than 140 residents were told to find temporary housing elsewhere until at least Monday.
Minneapolis Public Schools looks to one-time funds to help cover $97M gap in proposed budget
The district is planning to balance its budget with pandemic relief funds, which sunset in 2024, and withdrawals from the rainy day fund.
Impending Supreme Court decision in Indian child welfare case has tribal leaders on edge
The topic looms over a national conference in Prior Lake, Minnesota, where leaders fear the decision could affect sovereignty.
With the Twin Cities facing a garbage glut, the state calls for stepped-up recycling and composting
Minnesota officials say food waste and wood from diseased ash trees are a target.
NorthMet copper nickel mine loses key permit over threat to tribal water quality
The mine project launched by PolyMet, now run by NewRange Copper Nickel, may have to significantly change its design to get a new wetlands permit.