Boy arrested in St. Paul hit-and-run that killed 70-year-old woman
Phoua Hang is remembered as a community leader.
Former priest in Minnesota charged with sexually assaulting friend
The priest allegedly got the victim drunk.
Student loans cancelled for 1,380 Minnesota ITT Tech students
President Joe Biden moved to cancel the federal debt this week.
Twine kills 2 young ospreys in Long Lake, Minnesota
One bird was found hanging by its leg from the nest.
School district sued by teachers' union over staff 'gag order'
The district has faced heightened scrutiny for months now.
After dozens of arrests, concern over rising 'militaristic' weapons on MN streets
The U.S. Attorney provided an update on the violent crime strategy in collaboration with federal and local law enforcement agencies.
Outrage after ‘vote with bullets’ remarks from GOP Senate candidate
The candidate's comments were recently brought to light in a video recording.
2 killed after driver crosses center line near Silver Lake
A toddler in the vehicle survived the crash.
WCCO-TV launching new newscast, adds North Carolina anchor, meteorologist
The new newscast will debut on Labor Day.
The answer to winter woes: St. Paul's upcoming Palm Springs-style supper club
Take a first look at inside the menu at The Apostle Supper Club.
Guilty plea: Ex-Mayo Clinic researcher tried to fly to Syria and fight for ISIS
Muhammad Masood, 30, pleaded guilty to attempting to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization in U.S. District Court Tuesday.
USPS will rebuild Minneapolis post office destroyed in May riots
The Minnehaha station was one of two post offices destroyed.
Report: 8 percent of Minnesota mortgages end in foreclosure
The Center for Responsible Lending says Minnesota's foreclosure rate on bubble-era loans was higher than most other states. The report also found 5.5 percent of the Minnesota mortgages made during the housing bubble are delinquent.
Courts set timeline for Minnesota's redistricting battle
The five-judge redistricting panel appointed by the Minnesota Supreme Court released an outline Thursday. All parties must have their proposed maps to the court next month. The court will then have a hearing on the plans in January.
Officer in kicking video disciplined in previous case
The St. Paul police officer who was filmed kicking a man in a video posted to YouTube was discipled after shoving an 18-year-old to the ground when he was working as a St. Paul Park police officer in 2006.
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