Works by Salvador Dali, Rembrandt, Erte and others worth hundreds of thousands of dollars were reported stolen in 2007. Investigators found the works in the owner's garage--after he collected insurance payments.
Eli Hart killing: Police investigating multiple crime scenes
An announcement Tuesday confirmed potential crime scenes in Mound and Minnetrista.
Twin Cities mental health workers gather for 1-day strike
More than 400 mental health workers are participating in the unionized strike on Tuesday.
HAZMAT team at Bloomington hotel following chemical spill in pool
The fire department said two hotel employees are being evaluated by paramedics.
Big Brothers Big Sisters Twin Cities gets $6M of Mackenzie Scott donation
The donation is the largest the organization has ever seen from a single individual.
Minneapolis accused of backtracking on 24/7 bus lanes for Hennepin Ave.
The Minneapolis City Council is set to vote on Thursday.
Duluth brings back masking in city buildings amid COVID surge
Duluth, in one of the state's current COVID hotspots, has brought back a mask requirement in city buildings.
Violent Offender Task Force in standoff with suspect in St. Cloud
Police announced the standoff at 10:14 a.m. Tuesday.
Cause of fire that destroyed Waterville bar remains unknown
The fire destroyed the Funky Munky Bar and damaged several other properties.
Pro athletes to attend opening of Minnetonka Dick's Sporting Goods
The grand opening is set for June 3, with special guests appearing June 3-5.
Death of man found inside Minneapolis apartment ruled homicide
Anyone with information about the killing is asked to call 1-800-222-8477.
Minnesota State Fair reveals its free concert lineup for 2022
More than 900 performances will happen across numerous stages.
West St. Paul store reports $25,000 in laundry detergent stolen
Police arrested Patrick Paul Costanzo after surveillance video captured him wheeling shopping carts full of laundry detergent out of the store without paying. Fox 9 says the suspect visited the store almost daily and allegedly stole thousands of dollars worth of detergent.
Low-rolling counterfeiters spending bogus bills at garage sales
Cars and jewelry? Well, maybe toy cars and fake jewelry. The counterfeiters at work in St. Cloud and Elk River over the weekend spent their homemade fives and twenties at garage sales. The Secret Service advises folks lo look for the security strip embedded in every bill worth more than a buck.
Frustrated business owner bails on St. Paul expansion
The owner of a popular bakery in Minneapolis won't be cooking up a new location on St. Paul's Grand Avenue. Cupcake's Kevin Vanderaa says he's fed up after the neighborhood association's complaints about a technical issue. Vanderaa also says he received no support from elected officials.
Report: Great Lakes shipping is huge business for Minnesota and region
Shipping on the Great Lakes brings thousands of jobs, hundreds of millions of dollars in income and more than a billion dollars in business revenue to Minnesota, according to a new study.
NHL lockout has St. Paul business owners concerned
The NHL lockout has some St. Paul business owners concerned about their bottom lines. Former player and now restaurant owner Tom Reid says losing the hockey season would be a big blow to businesses near the Xcel. Less than 24 hours into the lockout, Wild defensemen Jared Spurgeon has signed on to play in a European league.
$200,000 worth of construction equipment stolen in Minn. found in Wis.
Police in Barron County, Wis. says they found $200,000 worth of trailers and equipment at several properties in the area. Keith Duffee, of Turtle Lake, Wis., is wanted for questioning in the case.
Report: Bachmann family farm benefits from subsidies
The Star Tribune reports the Wisconsin farm has received hundreds of thousands of dollars in subsidies over the years. Those subsidies have also helped build the value of the property to about $4 million.
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