The group called the Abu-Huraira Islamic Center purchased the building for $1.9 million on Aug. 23, despite the St. Anthony City Council's June rejection of the group's proposal, the Star Tribune reports. The council said a religious and cultural center was not compatible with the site's light-industrial zoning. A lawyer for the Islamic group said its plans for the center have not changed, but it's not clear how the group would get around the council ruling.
15-year-old driver killed after car crashes into tree near Little Falls
He was driving the vehicle that crashed, police say.