Scott County attorney candidates differ on marijuana possession
Scott County is one of a few Minnesota counties where the incumbent prosecutor is facing a challenger in November.
Construction worker killed in collision in downtown St. Paul
The incident happened Wednesday afternoon.
Teen charged in shooting outside of Richfield football game
Due to the age of the suspect, the case won't be made public.
Twin Cities Summer Jam no more: popular festival brought to an end
The festival noted how the land they host camping on has recently been sold.
Expect major traffic delays on Renaissance Festival's final weekend
Scott County officials said road closures will be to blame.
Minnetonka 22-year-old dies in motorcycle crash on I-394
The crash happened around noon Tuesday.
Car hits deer, bursts into flames on highway in Isanti County
Witnesses helped the driver at the scene.
Ramsey County sends out ballots with deceased candidate on it
The county said it's addressing the issue with the Minnesota Supreme Court.
New haunted house experience coming to Inver Grove Heights
The exhibit will feature family-friendly and 18+ events.
Gallery: A look at the under construction Highland Bridge development
Take a look around the development.
Niche rankings identify best Minnesota schools, districts
Eden Prairie has schools ranked in both the private and public categories.
Walker, The Current announce end of Rock the Garden festival
The Walker Art Center and Minnesota Public Radio announced the festival will retire so the organizations can dream up new events.
Minnesota bankruptcies fall to lowest level in four years
Consumer bankruptcy cases filed in Minnesota dropped 11.3 percent in fiscal 2012, according to data released by the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts. The Star Tribune reports there were 17,666 filings in the 12 month period that ended on Sept. 30 -- the fewest since 2008.
Minneapolis to require inspections of all watercraft entering lakes
Starting next month, the City of Minneapolis will require all boats to be inspected before launching. It's the latest measure by a Minnesota city to prevent the spread of invasive species. The Star Tribune reports boat launches will be chained off and closed to boaters when inspectors are not on duty. Park police will be allowed to cite boaters who ignore the mandatory inspections.
More ATVs plunge into icy water; no one hurt
A conservation officer is among the latest to escape icy water without injury after his ATV broke through thin ice. Two other men survived a close call on Tuesday when their ATV tipped into open water on another lake. And they're far from the only ones to go under recently.
Hunters, anglers and environmentalists get behind higher license fees
A coalition of groups are urging lawmakers to raise license fees for hunting, fishing and boating. The fees that support the state's Game and Fish Fund haven't gone up since 2001, and the fund will dip into the red by 2013 without more cash flowing in.
MDH: Abortion numbers drop to lowest level in 37 years
The Department of Health reports there were 11,071 abortions performed in Minnesota last year -- the lowest annual total since the state first started keeping track in 1975. The 2011 abortion rate among women ages 15 to 44 was also the lowest ever recorded by the state agency.
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