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The unique made-to-order donut shop opened its doors in Woodbury on Saturday.
The retailer was accused of dumping hazardous materials in landfills.
Another reminder that ice this time of year varies over short distances.
The two are believed to have stolen a number of packages in the area.
He's coached hockey in Minnesota for four decades.
Rashad Cheney Jr. picked the Gophers on Saturday night.
The deputy was attempting to make a traffic stop at the time.
Where Jimmy Butler goes, drama seems to follow.
His controversial tweets got serious exposure on Tucker Carlson Tonight.
Apple Valley is set to get a 'Fast and Fresh' store.
The center has treated several other eagles for lead poisoning recently.
St. Paul native and former Cretin-Derham Hall standout wide receiver Michael Floyd was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals with the No. 13 pick in the first round. Floyd, who caught 100 passes at Notre Dame last season, joins former Academy of Holy Angels star Larry Fitzgerald Jr. in the Cardinals receiving corp.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald is back in Minnesota this week for his annual football camp. He's holding the camp for young players at his alma mater, the Academy of Holy Angels. Fitzgerald says the event is "blowing up from year to year."
The bonds were sold at a historic low interest rate of 2.82 percent. The sale now brings the state’s bond debt total just under $6 million.
Palestinian advocates have filed a lawsuit claiming it's illegal for Minnesota to hold Israeli bonds because Israel violates international law in its treatment of Palestinians. Governor Dayton says the group is entitled to disagree with the investment, but he says calling it illegal is not responsible.
The rejection letter that F. Scott Fitzgerald received from the New Yorker told him that publishing his story "Thanks for the Light" was out of the question. But after his grandchildren rediscovered the one-page story, the magazine's editors reversed their predecessors' decision.
Gov. Mark Dayton signed a $496 million bonding bill Friday that will result in thousands of construction jobs in Minnesota and includes a long list of public works projects, the DFL governor said. Projects include college campus buildings, flood mitigation, roads and bridges and a $44 million start on the renovation of the State Capitol building.