Charges: Duluth man had hundreds of child porn images, videos
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children found nearly 330 images on the man's electronic devices.
Scuba diver found dead in Lake Minnetonka identified as 20-year-old
The Hennepin County Medical Examiner's Office said 20-year-old Brady Alan Aune, from Elko New Market, died of freshwater drowning on June 3.
Felony charges filed after authorities search 'Peacebunny Cottage'
The president of the rabbit rescue non-profit faces multiple animal cruelty charges after over 40 rabbits were found dead inside the organization's barn.
Minnesota up to 6 confirmed cases of monkeypox virus
Most people recover at home within 2-4 weeks.
Gasoline may be cause of sewer explosion on U of M campus
An all-clear was given around 9 p.m. Thursday, with residents in the area allowed to return to their homes.
Overwhelming demand for THC products on first day of new law in MN
One shop owner said his Chaska store broke the online sales record before they opened Friday morning.
Increased drunk boating enforcement over 4th of July weekend
The increased enforcement is part of the Operation Dry Water initiative.
Duo charged after 10-pound meth package sent to wrong address
More than 10 pounds of meth are off the street thanks to a delivery error.
Bird Rides' suburban expansion continues in Minnesota
Its scooter season in Minnesota. The latest on where you can find Bird e-scooters:
Man found dead with 'trauma to his face' in St. Paul
A man was found dead with "trauma to his face" in St. Paul after 3 a.m.
Crews still working to restore power on Iron Range
April showers turned into 11 inches of heavy, wet, power-line-breaking snow and folks on the Iron Range are still trying to get the electricity back on. 14,000 customers lost service in the Grand Rapids and Mountain Iron service areas. At least the roads are passable enough to allow schools to reopen.
Iron Range leaders angry as Magnetation scouts sites outside Minnesota
The company says Minnesota's strict pollution rules are forcing it to look beyond the state for a possible site for a new iron ore plant. State officials tell the Duluth News Tribune they're upset Magnetation executives would consider such a thing after the state gave them $1 million in taxpayer money.
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