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The beloved family-owned bar and grill was sold to developers last year.
Police say that online solicitation "continues to be a statewide problem."
Swatting is a false reporting of a crime and is extremely dangerous.
Spring training is coming to a close.
We might be acting unfair, but Minnesota is the State of Hockey.
The suspect has been charged with nine felonies.
Jeffrey Anderson, known for winning sex abuse cases against the Catholic Church, tells MPR he's filing the case on behalf of a man who claims he was abused by coach Jerry Sandusky as a boy.
Catholic dioceses across the country have compiled lists of clergy members suspected of sexual misconduct, but while some of those dioceses have released that information, none of the six dioceses in Minnesota has, according to MPR. Now St. Paul attorney Jeff Anderson is trying to pressure Catholic leaders here to release the names of accused priests.
Minnesota's latest effort to fight abuse of heroin and other opiates brings together a range of government departments and health care providers. The health, public safety, human services, and education departments are all involved. So are doctors, since many addictions grow out of the painkillers they prescribe.
Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, 84, is retiring at the end of this season, saying the effects of a child sex abuse scandal involving former heir apparent Jerry Sandusky have been overwhelming.
Rep. Ryan Winkler is proposing a bill that would require anyone who knows or has reason to believe that a child or vulnerable adult is being abused to report what they know to law enforcement.
Family says the legendary football coach lost his battle with lung cancer Sunday morning. Paterno started his 46-year tenure as the Nittany Lions head coach in 1966 to win a record 409 games, including two national championships. Penn State fired Paterno after allegations of child sexual misconduct by one of his assistant coaches surfaced last year.
Michele Bachmann thinks her reaction toward the man charged with sexually abusing several boys is what any parent would feel if it happened to their child.
An investigation by the Human Services Department found an employee at the state hospital in St. Peter emotionally abused a sex offender patient. The hospital, which treats dangerous mentally ill patients, put the employee through a coaching session to prevent future incidents. The incident adds to a series of recent problems at the St. Peter hospital.