Police: Teens 'careen recklessly' in stolen BMW, Mercedes in north metro
They ended up crashing the stolen vehicles, with two arrested and two others on the run.
Charges: California woman embezzled over $1M from MN employer
Mai Xiong faces several federal charges in the case.
Shot woman who sparked appeal found injured at Twin Cities hotel
Authorities began searching for Hsa Say early Monday morning.
Development may bring changes to Stonebrooke Golf Club in 2023
The popular southwest metro golf course offers scenic views of O'Dowd Lake.
Homeowners alert DNR to grouse hunting complaints in Northland
Some hunters are allegedly shooting directly in front of houses.
Charges: Teen couple tortured children while babysitting in St. Paul
A doctor called this "the worst case of abuse he has seen in over 20 years."
New apartment proposal could spell the end for Myth Live
Myth Live in Maplewood has a spotty past with the surrounding community.
Police trying to find woman, 18, who was shot at in St. Paul
Police are looking for help finding the woman.
Man sentenced to life in prison for 2021 murder of girlfriend
Lacy Jo Krube, 36, was found unresponsive at her St. Paul home, after she'd been beaten in Brooklyn Park.
Police: Man found dead at rural farm was victim of homicide
The 79-year-old's body was found Tuesday.
You're hired! Billboard pays off for unemployed Rosemount man
Bennett Olson says he has taken a sales and marketing associate position at Laser Design & GKS Services in Bloomington. The 22-year-old paid $300 last month to advertise his online resume on the electronic billboard along 35W near downtown Minneapolis.
Rosemount High teacher brings 'Madness' to history
In a typical, unassuming classroom at Rosemount High School in the suburbs of Minneapolis, U.S. history teacher Josh Hoekstra had a novel idea about engaging his students in what has become high school seniors' worst subject: history. He made a March Madness-style tournament out of it, writes William Bennett, a former U.S. secretary of education and CNN contributor.
Anti-cheese group backs off of 'cheesehead' billboard
The threat of a lawsuit prompted a physician's group to scrap plans for an anti-cheese billboard featuring a popular Wisconsin icon. The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine planned to erect a billboard near Green Bay depicting the Grim Reaper with a foam cheesehead hat. The company that makes the cheese hats threatened to sue, so the billboard group decided to remove the icon from the billboard.
Rosemount HS students pucker up during pep rally prank
Parents of Rosemount High students locked lips during a blindfolded prank caught on YouTube, likely scarring their children for life.
Vikings fan aims to make a difference with billboard
A die-hard Vikings fan is hoping a billboard will be the boost needed to get a new stadium. WCCO reports on Jay Tappe who paid nearly $5,000 of his own money for a billboard within sight of the Capitol that plays on the Vikings 5 decade legacy in the state.
McDonald's apologizes for mistranslated billboards
The fast-food restaurant plans to correct a pair of billboards in St. Paul written in the Hmong language next week. The McDonald breakfast signs read, "Yuavtxhawbpabraukojsawv yuavntxivzograukoj mus," which loosely translates to say, "Coffee gets you up, breakfast gets you going." However, members of the Hmong community tell the Pioneer Press the text "doesn't make sense" and "there should definitely be spaces in between those words."
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