Police in New York Mills, Minn., got a report about "shots fired," so they set up a perimeter and locked down a nearby school. They later caught two people with a potato gun. One officer on the scene said: "When you use walnuts, it does sound like a shotgun."
Suspected Bloomington restaurant killer arrested in Oklahoma
The 47-year-old Texas man was arrested around 12:30 a.m. Thursday.
Minnetonka woman, 23, ID'd as victim killed in Minneapolis crash
The fatal crash happened near the Minneapolis Convention Center on Nov. 21.
More than 100 geese, ducks found dead on partially frozen MN lake
The discovery was made in Waseca at the weekend.
After losing sponsor, advocates fear Minneapolis' Nice Ride could shut down
They are calling on the city to provide financial support till a new sponsor is found.
Colleen Lindstrom announces departure from MyTalk radio show
Lindstrom's last broadcast on the long-running show will be Dec. 9.
Closed 'for good' in 2020, Choo Choo Bob's Train Store is back in new location
The formerly St. Paul business is moving to the west metro.
Diocese of Superior identifies 23 clergy members with 'substantiated' abuse
The announcement from the diocese came after a multiple reviews with external agencies.
Flu surge worsens in schools ahead of Thanksgiving holiday
Earlier this week, Minnesota hospital leaders said the number of sick children is creating a capacity crisis for the health system.
Police: 'Cold-blooded killer' at-large in Bloomington restaurant shooting
The investigation at the scene is ongoing.
Bloomington police investigating shooting; public asked to avoid area
This is a developing story. Please check back for updates.
Gallery: Modernist home on Duluth's observation hill listed for nearly $1.6M
The private hillside home offers sweeping views of the city.
'Bright' guy outsmarts Minn. man in Think-Off
Adam Bright of Syracuse, N.Y., won the 20th annual Great American Think-Off Saturday night held annually in New York Mills, Minn. He outlasted three other semifinalists, including Marsh Muirhead of Bemidji, last year's winner. This year's featured question: “The Nature of Humankind: Inherently Good or Inherently Evil?”
Bus driver advises middle school student to pick up gun on street
Robbinsdale school officials are investigating a gun found on a roadway that was handled by a seventh grade student. Around 8 a.m. Thursday, a school bus driver for the Robbinsdale School District noticed something on the side of the road and asked a middle school student to get off the bus and see what it was.
Coach allegedy fired gun at player's dad after fight spilled outside Minneapolis YWCA
A girls' basketball coach is accused of firing a gun at a player's dad outside the YWCA on Lake Street. The Star Tribune reports the two were fighting and shoving when the coach drove off and returned with a gun.
Role-playing gun range lets you kill Bin Laden
The New York Times visits a specialized "firearms studio" in New Hope, Minn., where for $325, participants can get two hours of Navy SEAL training and the chance to re-enact the military raid on the terrorist mastermind’s three-story compound last year in Pakistan.
Rochester school locked down after student points replica gun at other students, staff
A student at Mayo High School is in custody and could face felony charges after allegedly pointing a gag gun at other students and staff in a crowded school hallway.
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