Many cities have adopted a "trap-neuter-release" program to stop feral cat populations from growing. Doug Edge, of North St. Paul, was participating in that program when the city took him to court for allowing cats to roam at large and failing to license the animals. Edge says both the defense and prosecution applauded his work, and the judge dismissed the case, but it still cost him thousands in legal fees.
Winter storm warning for Twin Cities: 6+ inches possible
The heaviest snow could move through the Twin Cities.
Carver man charged after standoff with police in Prior Lake
The man had been fleeing from police when he allegedly broke into a home and the standoff ensued.
41-year-old Sherburne County man killed after crashing car into ditch
The crash occurred Sunday night in Palmer Township.
Around 200 rescued after ice breaks free on Upper Red Lake
Red Lake — both Upper and Lower — is the largest freshwater lake in the state.
Northern Minnesota man gets 48 years in prison for murder of ex-girlfriend
The man pleaded guilty to the murder last month.
Gallery: Restaurant with revolving sushi bar opens at Mall of America
The Kura experience has arrived in Minnesota.
St. Paul featured on Hallmark Channel's 'Christmas Cam' livestream
Downtown's dazzling display can be viewed from anywhere in the world.
Charges: Drunk driver almost struck Bemidji parade spectators
The man told police he was trying to attend the parade himself.
Charges: Man fatally shot ex's new partner as he dined at Bloomington restaurant
Criminal charges filed Monday detail an alleged motive in the shooting.
Metallica to perform 2 nights in Minneapolis on 2023-24 World Tour
The heavy metal rock band returns to the state for the first time since 2018.
Stray cats causing problems for businesses in Waseca
As many as 30 cats are roaming the streets and digging in dumpsters for food in the small southern Minnesota town. KEYC reports the cats have also cost a local lumberyard thousands of dollars in ruined product. Police say feeding the animals makes the problem even worse. The city is now teaming up with the Waseca County Animal Humane society to trap the cats.
Man says Salvation Army bell-ringer berated him for not giving
A man shopping in the Twin Cities says he'll never give to the charity again after a bell-ringer harassed him as he left a store. The Salvation Army tells the Star Tribune that, if it can substantiate the man's report, it will make sure the offender never rings the bell again.
Court blocks man from strolling Bible handouts at Pride festival
A U.S. District Judge has ruled that a Wisconsin man's freedom of speech does not allow him to wander the grounds of the Twin Cities Pride festival distributing Bibles. The court says he can hand out the Bibles from a booth just outside the festival. The Center for Religious Expression is considering an appeal.
Dogs, cat rescued after arsonist sets Minn. animal hospital on fire
Police say five dogs and a cat were rescued from an animal hospital that was intentionally set on fire Sunday morning in North Branch. Firefighters from North Branch, Harris, Rush City and Stacy worked to put out blaze.
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