Abdullahi Abdullahi was found dead in his taxi last week.
Minnesota wraps up the regular season Wednesday-Thursday in St. Louis.
The latest figures from MDH.
The resolution includes sweeping changes to policing in the wake of Daunte Wright's death.
UW-Superior offers online master’s program for transforming big data into better insights.
An online company is looking for a 'Chief Adventure Officer" as a promotion.
12 people died in the first six days of May.
The dogs with the most votes will be featured in the calendar to benefit the Animal Humane Society.
Minnesota has won 7 of its last 12 games.
The two were ejected and then pinned under the ATV.
Smoked meats, bourbon and more will be on the menu.
The brewery has teamed up with a local pharmacy to hold a vaccination clinic Monday evening.
A group of protesters, and one man dressed in a costume who called himself the "gay robot professor," heckled and chanted when Michele Bachmann rolled into the Hamburg Inn in Iowa City. Campaign officials reportedly cranked up the holiday music in an attempt to drown out the protesters, and things got a little bit heated between bystanders and hecklers.
Two top Iowa campaign aides gone, claims of a campaign payoff, and invoking a former British Prime Minister. Michele Bachmann limps toward Tuesday's Iowa Caucus.
New York Times columnist Frank Bruni visits Minnesota to speak with Helen LaFave, the gay stepsister of Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn. LaFave has rarely talked to the media but tells Bruni that she has been stung by the lawmaker calling out gays and lesbians as sick and evil, and by Bachmann's unyielding opposition to gay marriage.
Minnesota congresswoman Michele Bachmann was born and raised in Iowa. The presidential candidate is reminding Iowa's Republican caucus voters of those roots in her only TV ad airing less than 24-hours before Tuesday's caucuses. The Des Moines Register reports the spot started airing across the state Monday.
Iowa state Sen. Kent Sorenson is throwing his support to Ron Paul's campaign. Sorenson had served as Bachmann's Iowa campaign chair for about a year and had appeared with Bachmann just hours before making his surprise announcement switching his allegiance.
Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., dropped out of the presidential race and moved on to her re-election campaign months ago, but her most recent filing with the Federal Election Commission indicates her presidential campaign still owes $935,000 to vendors. And a former aide on the campaign is suing the congresswoman, alleging that the campaign stole a private email list of Christian home school teachers.
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