The Grand Rapids Herald-Review reports the three officers each submitted expense reports over $200 -- for what turned out to be shoe purchases. The three officers face close to a month of suspension.
7 restaurant groups sue Minneapolis over dining vaccine mandate
"Minneapolis bars and restaurants are being used as pawns..." the lawsuit said.
Woman fatally shot in St. Paul's North End neighborhood
It's the fourth homicide so far this year in St. Paul.
Hopkins suffers rare loss to No. 1 ranked Sidwell Friends
The Royals held their own in a battle of the nation's best.
Charges: 2 teens responsible for violent carjacking spree across Twin Cities
They face a combined 31 felony counts, all tied to carjackings and related crimes.
MN rep. says he was 'assaulted' at activist group's public meeting
The Republican said a man grabbed his arms and yanked him from the room.
What were the 'bizarre things' seen in Minnesota's sky?
The mysterious streaks were not UFOs and they weren't pieces of an asteroid.
Mel Kiper Jr. has Vikings taking a cornerback in his first mock draft
Mike Zimmer may be gone, but the tradition lives on.
Free COVID testing site to open in St. Paul for 3 weeks
The federal testing site comes as demand for testing remains high.
MN TikToker accused of faking federal agent life pleads guilty
He told his 10,000 followers he was a Homeland Security agent — authorities say it was a lie.
Report: Vikings request second interview with 2 GM candidates
Ryan Poles of the Chiefs and Kwesi Adofo-Mensah of the Browns.
Grand Rapids couple claims $2.6 million lottery prize
Sandy Conrad works for the town's newspaper, the Grand Rapids Herald-Review. Her husband, Don Conrad, is already retired. Their all-at-once winnings total more than $1.3 million after taxes.
On-duty officers drag race cruisers
On a hot July night, a Houston County sheriff’s deputy behind the wheel of a Dodge Charger, and a city of Caledonia officer driving a Crown Victoria, raced each other at the Caledonia municipal airport runway, the Winona Daily News reports. The Caledonia officer got a one-month suspension. But the Houston County deputy was not formally disciplined.
County assessor charged, suspended for bringing shotgun into courthouse
The Swift County assessor reportedly told sheriff's deputies in Benson he didn't realize he couldn't bring his shotgun to his office in the courthouse.
Grand Forks' Marilyn Hagerty has book deal with celebrity chef
Chef Anthony Bourdain finds Marilyn Hagerty's restaurant reviews refreshing and heartfelt. In fact, he sees her life's work as a history of American dining. That's why he'll collaborate on a book with the 85-year-old Grand Forks Herald columnist. Hagerty's Olive Garden review that went viral last month was her unexpected meal ticket to the world of celebrity foodies.
Number of reported crimes in Grand Forks hits 15-year low in 2011
The Herald reports the North Dakota city had about 9,200 crimes last year. That's the fewest since the year of the 1997 floods. However, there was a spike in burglaries and drug offenses from 2010.
Grand Rapids judge will hear Cook County shooting case
To avoid a conflict of interest an outside judge will hear the case of 42-year-old Daniel Sidney Schlienz. He is accused of shooting a court prosecutor and witness following a sex case conviction. Schlienz left the courtroom after the verdict only to return shortly after with a gun.
Prosecutor considers charges against officers in St. Paul arrest video
The Olmsted County Attorney's Office is reviewing the case involving a St. Paul officer that kicked a suspect during an arrest. A prosecutor will determine whether of not the officer in a video captured by a witness, along with another officer related to the case, should face charges.
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