A fake nose is becoming the trademark of a serial bank robber suspected in at least half a dozen holdups in the Twin Cities area. Wednesday's robbery was the second time the suspect hit a U.S. Bank in the St. Louis Park Byerly's, although all of the banks have been in supermarkets.
Eden Prairie-based crypto company files for bankruptcy
The company operates crypto-mining centers.
1 dead, 2 with life-threatening injuries in Minnesota crash
The crash happened just after 7:30 p.m. Friday.
School bus carrying students plunges into river southwest of Fargo
None of the kids suffered life-threatening injuries, though some were taken to area hospitals.
Richfield High School cancels weekend events after shooting
Two men were shot outside the school's football stadium
Sound of shots, mass panic at Richfield football game streamed live on YouTube
Gunfire caused panic at a varsity football game Friday night.
Gunfire outside stadium halts Richfield/Kennedy football game
This is a developing story.
K-9 search leads to $36K fentanyl seizure during traffic stop
A traffic stop was made after the vehicle was seen speeding through the area.
Gov. Walz reacts to Tuesday death of Mankato West student
The governor is a former geography teacher at the high school.
Teen pleads guilty to Minneapolis carjacking, admits to others
The man was yanked out of the vehicle by witnesses before fleeing the scene.
Three plead guilty to roles in murder on Red Lake Reservation
The 2019 murder left another person seriously injured.
Sheriff: Heifer shot and butchered on farmer's pasture near Aitkin
Anyone with information regarding the incident is encouraged to call the Clearwater County Sheriff's Office.
Serial robber in rubber nose hits Minneapolis bank
A sharp dresser with a cheap disguise robbed a Minneapolis bank in what authorities say is at least his fifth bank holdup in recent months. The most recent heist was Friday, shortly after noon at the Guaranty Bank at 1540 New Brighton Blvd., inside the Rainbow Foods store. He pointed a semiautomatic handgun at the teller, fled on foot with an undisclosed amount of cash and remains at large.
FBI thinks it may have caught bank robber known as 'Man in Black'
The FBI is trying to determine whether a man suspected of bank robbery in southern Minnesota is the same man involved in a string of heists around the metro area. Authorities arrested the suspect after a bank robbery in Brewster, Minn.
Robber flees empty-handed after bank tells him it has no money
The FBI says a man tried to rob a Bloomington credit union, but employees told him they didn't have any cash. Authorities are looking for the suspect.
St. Louis Park students give royal treatment to classmate with autism
Jake Hamilton reveled in his role as homecoming king at St. Louis Park High School. Doctors have diagnosed Jake with a severe case of autism. But, unlike many with the condition, he has built strong relationships with his peers and is popular at school.
St. Louis Park nightclub nominated for Country Music Award
Toby Keith's I love This Bar in St. Louis Park is among five other nominees for the Academy of Country Music Awards' Nightclub of the Year. The bar opened in the Twin Cities suburb about a year and a half ago.
Free checking returns to TCF Bank
Wayzata-based TCF Financial Corp. says it is eliminating monthly account maintenance fees for all customers, regardless of minimum balance, direct deposit or transaction level requirements. The Business Journal notes TCF Bank began charging fees in early 2010 after new federal regulations were expected to reduce revenue from overdraft fees.
Armed robber threatens to kill baby
"He cocked the gun, and he said, 'Give me all your money or I'm gonna kill your baby,' " a tearful mother of an 11-week-old told the Pioneer Press. Police suspect the gunman in two other robberies Friday on St. Paul's East Side. In one, the robber fired two shots in the air. "What kind of person would do this?" the mother asked.
St. Cloud-based bank buys failed Georgia-based bank
Stearns Bank agreed to take over Covenant Bank & Trust after regulators shut it down Friday. The nationwide tally of bank failures is now 15 for the year, including two in Minnesota.
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