Many remember Kenneth Dahlberg for his pivotal role in the Watergate scandal. The burglars hired by the Nixon campaign to break into Democratic headquarters were paid with funds from a check made out to Dahlberg.
Vikings place Patrick Peterson on COVID-19/reserve list
The Vikings cornerback said he was vaccinated in August.
'Numerous' reports of eager anglers falling through ice
Conditions are still unpredictable, and can vary even across a single body of water.
Minnesota health officials watching closely for omicron variant
Health leaders do not yet know how transmissible or severe the new variant is.
School bus driver charged in fatal hit-and-run will plead guilty
Another motorist told the driver to call 911, but he instead got on the bus and drove off, charges say.
5 outdoor destinations to explore around the Twin Cities
There's something for everyone on this list of overlooked spots.
As pandemic continues, so do efforts to improve child mental health access
Children's Minnesota has announced it will open its first inpatient mental health facility for under 18s.
Report: Dalvin Cook suffered torn labrum, dislocated shoulder
Cook is now dealing with a dislocated shoulder and a torn labrum on both sides of his body, according to a report.
Charges: Clinic locked down after man tried to enter, threatened passersby
Staff at the clinic suspected he was intoxicated, according to the complaint.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Monday, November 29
The state's latest report includes data from the Thanksgiving break.
Long COVID: Review of Mayo patients may provide new clues
The researchers summarized three "major novel findings" from the data.
Biden's visit to MN will include stop at Dakota County Technical College
The $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill passed earlier this month.
Man gets 3 years probation for role in $35 million housing fraud
Nathan Jesh will also have to pay restitution for his role in a fraud scheme involving at least 200 houses, most of which were in north Minneapolis. Jesh admitted he closed sales for TJ Waconia when he knew the loan applications were fraudulent.
Minnesota woman gets 60 months in prison for role in mortgage fraud scheme
A woman from Savage was sentenced to 60 months in prison Friday for her role in a multi-million-dollar mortgage fraud scheme that victimized lenders across the country. Barbara Lynnae Puro, 49, was sentenced after pleading guilty in March to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud.
NFL suspends Vilma for 2012 season for role in BountyGate scandal
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has suspended Jonathan Vilma for all of 2012 for his role in the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal. Three other Saints drew suspensions, ranging from three games to eight games.
Painter who added color to famous 'Grace' photo dies at 95
Rhoda Nyberg of Bovey, Minn., hand-painted the world-famous photograph of a peddler in prayer. Nyberg's father, Eric Enstrom, took the photo in Bovey in 1918.
Special session ends without action against lawmaker in sex scandal
Disgraced Democratic state Rep. Kerry Gauthier escaped any action for his removal at the Republican-controlled Minnesota House as Friday's special session keyed in specifically on flood relief. GOP House Speaker Kurt Zellers called Gauthier's sexual encounter with a 17-year-old boy at a rest stop "egregious" and still called for the Duluth lawmaker's resignation. Gauthier skipped Friday's session.
Is Minnesota's redistricting playing a role in Bachmann's campaign?
The Associated Press reports the court panel assigned with redrawing the state's political boundaries won't rule until late February -- a point where the Republican Congresswoman should know if its time to abandon her presidential campaign if her placement in the polls don't improve.
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