KSTP reports Brandon Granger admits to selling and distributing cocaine since October 2009. Lawrence Wajda, another Minneapolis firefighter, is also accused of possessing and selling methamphetamine.
Walmart.com price glitch drops hundreds of items below $1
Products that would normally go for hundreds of dollars were listed for pennies.
State reveals which MN schools have had the most COVID-19 cases
The data is recorded in two-week increments and is displayed within specific ranges.
Victims of house explosion ID'd as husband and wife
One was killed and the other severely injured in the Wednesday morning explosion.
Mpls. council president files ethics complaint against Arradondo, Frey
At the heart of the complaint is the chief's news conference about Ballot Question 2.
COVID-19 case rate drops in 75 of 87 Minnesota counties
Transmission levels are still high throughout Minnesota.
Man, 62, dies after his truck leaves road, hits tree
The Wisconsin man died after being airlifted to Regions Hospital.
Municipal liquor stores in 24 MN cities could be in jeopardy
These sites reported losses in two of the last three years, triggering a mandatory hearing.
2 Minnesota Wild players test positive for COVID-19
Both players will be unavailable Thursday night when the Wild face the expansion Kraken.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Thursday, October 28
The latest from the state.
Target reveals first Black Friday deals, available next week
There are some steep discounts to be had, even though Black Friday is nearly a month away.
'Dancing with the Stars: Live!' coming to Minnesota in February
The show's professional dancers will be at Mystic Lake.
Veteran Minneapolis firefighter faces felony charges following meth bust
Police say they found Minneapolis firefighter Lawrence Wajda carrying methamphetamine on the job when they arrested him this week. He's charged with felonies for allegedly possessing and selling drugs.
Southwestern Minnesota drug investigation leads to charges against 25
Most of the arrests were made in Redwood Falls and on the Lower Sioux Indian Reservation. A five-county drug task force spent a year on the case. Charges include possession and sale of heroin, meth, cocaine, marijuana, and prescription drugs.
Minneapolis man pleads guilty to felony charge linked to terrorism funding
Abdi Mahdi Hussein admitted in a St. Louis court that he wired $21,000 overseas under a false identity and in small amounts to evade detection. The charge is not a terrorism offense, but a codefendant in the case, Mohamud Abdi Yusuf of St. Louis, pleaded guilty in November to funding terrorists. Hussein, who worked for a financial services business at the time, admitted structuring the transactions for Yusuf.
Charges: Ex-Minneapolis cop abused position to obtain illegal drugs
He's also accused of extortion and violating civil rights.
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