The jury acquitted the Vikings cornerback on felony demestic assault charges. He was accused of strangling and hitting his girlfriend last fall. Cook claims he was defending himself from her attack.
Police obtain 'valuable information' in search for missing 6-year-old Elle Ragin
The 6-year-old is still missing following the death of her mother by suicide.
Fatal crash involving 18-year-old in western Minnesota
The 18-year-old was not wearing a seatbelt, the State Patrol said.
2 women stabbed during parking lot brawl in St. Cloud
Police are searching for another woman in connection with the attack.
A year later, man arrested over fatal drive-by shooting in northern MN
The 34-year-old victim died on July 5, 2021.
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.
18-year-old killed by exploding firework in Brooklyn Park
Police arrived at the scene to see the victim's friend performing CPR.
Boy found in Brooklyn Park is reunited with parents
The boy was found shortly before 6 p.m. Sunday.
1 dead, 1 arrested after shooting involving teens in Duluth
A 17-year-old was arrested around 1:45 a.m. Sunday. Neither the victim nor the suspect has been identified.
NASCAR driver joins MN boy in reclaiming 'Let's go Brandon' slogan
Brandon Brundidge gained recognition when his mother shared the story of how he found inspiration in "Let's go Brandon" signs.
White supremacist propaganda flyers distributed in Cottage Grove
The department said the flyers have been left in driveways throughout the city.
Jurors deliberating Chris Cook domestic assault case
Closing arguments in the trial of the Vikings cornerback recapped the jury's choice between two accounts. Cook either choked and hit his girlfriend in a jealous rage or defended himself from her attack.
Viking Chris Cook facing 2nd felony charge
Vikings cornerback Chris Cook will now answer to a second felony assault charge. The Star Tribune reports the woman who accuses Cook of choking her now claims she suffered hearing loss after the alleged attack. Cook is scheduled to appear in court Tuesday before Hennepin County District Judge Robert Small.
Vikings' Chris Cook: 'I have to earn their trust again'
Vikings cornerback Chris Cook, who missed the final 10 games of 2011 as he battled a felony domestic assault charge, tells Fox Sports North he has work to do in the offseason to earn the trust of his teammates again.
Chris Cook vows to repair image, stand out on the playing field
The Vikings cornerback missed the final 10 games of the 2011 season while facing felony domestic assault charges. A jury acquitted Chris Cook in March after a high-profile trial and he returned to the team's roster. He tells the Star Tribune, "I think about my actions before I actually act on them. And I appreciate what I have now way more than I did before. I can't take this for granted."
Vikings' Chris Cook to claim self-defense in alleged domestic assault
An attorney for the Minnesota Vikings cornerback says his client will contest two felony charges, including domestic assault by strangulation and third-degree domestic assault.
Vikings' Cook claims self-defense in assault trial
Opening arguments were heard Tuesday in the domestic assault trial of Vikings cornerback Chris Cook. While the prosecution contends Cook's alleged actions were the result of a jealous man, the defense says Cook's accuser was the aggressor -- with the football player having the "right to protect himself."
What will the Vikings do with Cook?
The Vikings' secondary is in dire need of a talented players. Who will those players be? Nobody will know until free-agency begins and the draft concludes. Embattled cornerback Chris Cook could be back with the team, but nobody knows if his legal trouble will allow him on the field.
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