A drop in water pressure caused the Minnesota Department of Health to issue a Do Not Drink order for the water in Lino Lakes. Low pressure makes the water vulnerable to bacteria. Nearly two dozen restaurants face closing unless they can arrange a substitute water supply.
Charges: Teen hid inside vehicle trunk after shooting man at compost site
Prosecutors believe the shooting was a targeted act.
Cody Fohrenkam found guilty of Deshaun Hill Jr.'s murder
The 15-year-old was fatally shot on Feb. 9, 2022.
Gov. Tim Walz proposes $3.3B for aging infrastructure
Walz's borrowing plan comes days after the release of his two-year state budget proposal.
Police: Sartell fire that left man, baby dead investigated as murder-suicide
Police found a four-month-old baby inside.
Authorities seek answers after dog found shot near Garfield, Minnesota
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Woman pleads guilty to 2003 murder of her baby, found on Mississippi River shore
The baby was found nearly 20 years ago.
Murder charge unsealed in man's killing outside Brooklyn Park market in 2021
Prosecutors have not indicated a motive.
Children's Theatre Company actors lose belongings in damaging house fire
The fire broke out Tuesday morning shortly after the dryer had been started.
Biden Admin. imposes 20-year mining ban near Boundary Waters
The moratorium is the maximum the Department of the Interior can implement without congressional approval.
Police identify 2 deputies shot by suspect in Winsted, Minnesota
The BCA is still investigating the incident.
Historic St. Paul building to be removed, put in storage after public outcry
The building was set to be demolished before community members spoke out against it.
Minnesota's COVID update for the week ending Tuesday, Jan. 24
Hospitalizations dipped for a second week in a row.
West St. Paul lifts drinking water ban
The advisory warning residents of West St. Paul against drinking tap water from the city system was lifted Wednesday after tests revealed no harmful bacteria in the system. The advisory was issued Tuesday after a power outage caused by early-morning storms dropped pressure to a level low enough to allow the intrusion of bacteria.
Foley lifts boil order after health inspectors find no sign of E. Coli in water
Officials issued a boil order last week after tests turned up evidence of E. coli in the city's water supply. The St. Cloud Times reports the Minnesota Department of Health has since found no sign of the bacteria in water samples collected over the weekend.
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