More than 100 people entered the 3M sponsored "Off the Roll" tape sculpture contest this year. Some of the entries include a tightrope walker, skydiver and a couple playing checkers. The wining sculpture will receive $5,000.
Armed robbery suspect sought in two south metro investigations
The incidents took place at credit unions in Savage and Apple Valley.
Former Twin Cities plastic surgeon charged with sex crimes
Christopher Kovanda is accused of inappropriately touching woman under the guise of providing medical care.
Minnesota man accused of murder in Chicago is arrested in Alabama
A 26-year-old man from a small town on the Iowa border is accused of murdering a Greyhound bus employee.
Support for Shakopee Public Schools employee diagnosed with cancer
The media specialist has been transitioned to hospice care recently.
Big November snowstorms uncommon in MN, but snowfall is increasing
This week's 8.4 inches at MSP Airport was one of the biggest November storms in the Twin Cities since 1991.
New coffee shop brings taste of the North Shore to Minnetonka
Base Camp Coffee & Provisions is now open.
Minnesota nurses take vote on whether to hold second strike
The results will be determined Wednesday night.
OCD, irritable bowel syndrome added to MN's medical marijuana list
They are the two latest qualifying medical conditions for Minnesota's marijuana program.
Fundraiser created for family-owned Cô Tu' Oriental Cuisine after shooting
Support from the community will go towards medical expenses and overhead costs for the restaurant.
Police: Minnesota murder suspect arrested in Texas
Erica Roberts has been on the run since March.
Jackknifed semis close I-35 northbound near Faribault
There are icy conditions across Minnesota
Red Lake man gets 12 years for murder of his cousin
Charges state the man beat the victim with a metal cabinet and its drawers.
Snow sculpture contest canceled at the St. Paul Winter Carnival
The 126th St. Paul Winter Carnival will go on, but without the annual snow sculpture contest. Due to the lack of snow this winter, organizers made the decision to cancel it, but the carnival will still have ice carving. The St. Paul Winter Carnival is set to take place January 26 through February 5.
Crews remove graffiti from Spoonbridge and Cherry sculpture
The Minneapolis landmark was vandalized this weekend after the word "Kony" was spray-painted on the spoon. WCCO reports other pieces of art work at the Walker Sculpture Garden were also damaged.
Group nets trash out of Mississippi River to make sculpture
Volunteers collected trash at the seventh annual Mississippi River cleanup at St. Cloud’s Wilson Park Saturday, but not all of the discarded items are going in the dump. An artist is sifting through the junk for a sculpture to be displayed during the city's art crawl next month, and he has plenty of items to choose from, including a TV, a manhole cover and even a message in a bottle.
3M sues novelty sticky note seller for using 'Its'
Maplewood-based 3M is suing the maker of joke sticky notes called Post Structrual-Its, Jeez-Its and Buddh-Its. 3M says the products with names that end in 'Its' infringe on its trademark Post-It brand.
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