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Minneapolis: Stop calling 911 for fireworks noise complaints
The city wants people to submit complaints online instead.
What's open and closed in Minnesota on the Fourth of July
Grocery stores are open, though some have limited hours.
Boy found in Brooklyn Park is reunited with parents
The boy was found shortly before 6 p.m. Sunday.
White supremacist propaganda flyers distributed in Cottage Grove
The department said the flyers have been left in driveways throughout the city.
Search for 6-year-old girl continues after mother found dead in Northfield
"Police have reason to believe Wade may have been involved in Elle's disappearance before taking her own life."
Sheriff: Deputy shoots gun-wielding man in western Wisconsin
One deputy fired on the man, striking him in an unknown area of his body.
Bodies of woman, three young children recovered from Vadnais Lake
Authorities say the bodies recovered were those of two boys, one girl and their mother.
Charges: Duluth man had hundreds of child porn images, videos
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children found nearly 330 images on the man's electronic devices.
Scuba diver found dead in Lake Minnetonka identified as 20-year-old
The Hennepin County Medical Examiner's Office said 20-year-old Brady Alan Aune, from Elko New Market, died of freshwater drowning on June 3.
Minnesota up to 6 confirmed cases of monkeypox virus
Most people recover at home within 2-4 weeks.
Gasoline may be cause of sewer explosion on U of M campus
An all-clear was given around 9 p.m. Thursday, with residents in the area allowed to return to their homes.
Increased drunk boating enforcement over 4th of July weekend
The increased enforcement is part of the Operation Dry Water initiative.
Duo charged after 10-pound meth package sent to wrong address
More than 10 pounds of meth are off the street thanks to a delivery error.