Many Plymouth residents are outraged over a senseless spree of vandalism that left dozens with slashed tires. Police say vandals focused on the area around Xenium Lane and 35th Avenue in Plymouth. As of Saturday, there are no suspects.
MN Gun Owners Caucus won't endorse gubernatorial candidate in 2022
The organization endorsed Scott Jensen for Minnesota Senate in 2016.
Man who threw gun on WCCO roof charged with murder, manslaughter
The man originally lied and claimed someone else shot the victim.
18-year-old from Zumbrota dies in Goodhue County crash
The crash happened in rural Goodhue County around 8:45 a.m. Wednesday.
3 Minneapolis beaches closed due to E. coli contamination
No illnesses have been reported, according to the MPRB.
'Hockeyland' documentary debuting in Minnesota movie theaters
The documentary has received great reviews at numerous film festivals.
Former Minnesota Olympic runner accused of driving drunk in Eden Prairie crash
Police said the man's blood alcohol level was three times the legal limit.
Woman fighting for her life after shooting in Minneapolis
The woman was shot only about a half-hour after a 14-year-old suffered critical injuries in an apparent accidental discharge.
Two students face discipline over racist messages at Prior Lake High School
Families and students were largely uncooperative with the investigation.
Cause of Hopkins house explosion that killed couple revealed
Sharon and Herb Vassar were killed in the explosion. Herb built the home back in 1962.
Charges: Minnesota camp counselor fired arrows at kids, injuring boy
An 8-year-old boy was shot in the arm with an arrow.
Vandals topple and break gravestones at historic Plymouth church
Kare 11 says a picturesque cemetery in the west metro city is in shambles after someone pushed over about 45 gravestones, breaking many of them. The city has seen a rash of vandalism recently, with dozens of drivers finding their tires slashed on Saturday.
Anoka County Sheriff explains why deputies slashed tires during unrest
Minnesota state troopers also slashed tires during the protests and riots.
Defying trends, new home construction booming in Plymouth
New housing construction in Plymouth is bucking the national trend. KSTP reports permits for single-family homes there are up 128 percent. City officials credit pent-up demand and the desirable Wayzata school district.
Bucking trend, Concordia University slashes tuition
As other colleges and universities continue to increase tuition, Concordia University in St. Paul is dramatically cutting undergraduate tuition for the 2013-14 year by one-third – about $10,000 – the school was to announce Wednesday. Financial aid would get smaller, though, too, so actual savings for students may not be as dramatic, the Pioneer Press reports.
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