1 woman killed in early morning shooting in St. Paul

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Officials are investigating after a woman was fatally shot in St. Paul, and at least two people were injured after a shooting in Minneapolis over the weekend.

St. Paul police are looking into a homicide in the city's Frogtown neighborhood, the police department tweeted.

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A woman was found dead from an apparent gunshot wound at a home on the 800 block of Pierce Butler Route early Sunday morning, the Pioneer Press reports.

A 21-year-old male is in custody and is being questioned by police, officials tweeted. He has not been charged.

Police are looking into the relationship between the man and the woman, who they believe knew each other, the Pioneer Press notes.

There were other people at home at the time of the shooting, WCCO says. They are also cooperating with the investigation, the Pioneer Press notes.

The name of the victim will be released by the Ramsey County Medical Examiner's Office.

At least 2 injured in Minneapolis

Minneapolis police responded to a shooting around 10:15 p.m. Saturday near 26th Street and Bloomington Avenue, not far from Abbott Northwestern Hospital, FOX 9 reports.

FOX 9 says two people were injured in the shooting, while KSTP is reporting three people were found injured.

The victims are expected to be OK, reports note.

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