Police are looking for suspects that broke into the Red Wing Pottery storage facility and stole thousands of dollars worth of donated pottery items. The items were for use during the organization's children's program at their annual convention.
Boys aged 15, 16 arrested after shooting of teen in Woodbury
The victim suffered non-life-threatening gunshot wounds.
Police: Woman found dead with 'traumatic injuries' inside Moorhead home
Police are investigating the incident as a homicide.
St. Paul's East Side Bar closes after two-and-a-half years in business
The bar opened just as the COVID-19 pandemic closed bars and restaurants.
Police: Man and woman found dead inside Rochester home
An investigation is ongoing as of Friday morning.
Fire destroys shop, kills four dogs in Perham Township
A passerby spotted the blaze.
Longtime Excelsior chocolate shop closed after destructive burglary
The Truffle Hill Chocolates shop opened in 1995.
Hospital chiefs say nursing strike will come at 'worst possible time'
A nurses union announced an almost three-week strike to take place in the Twin Cities.
Sven Sundgaard: What's in store for MN's weather in December?
Sundgaard recaps Minnesota's fall and looks ahead to December.
Brooklyn Park: 2 arrested after shots from 'ghost' gun killed teen, injured another
Syoka Siko died in the shooting.
Manure spill in Wisconsin leads to hours-long main street disruption
The spill was first reported just before 7:30 a.m. Tuesday morning.
Ice Cube to perform 2 nights at Mystic Lake Casino
The rapper hasn't performed in Minnesota since 2018.
Target's annual 10% sale on gift cards will be held this weekend
You can get a $500 gift card for $450.
Influential designer who made iconic Red Wing dinnerware dies at 105
Ceramic artist Eva Zeisel, who's curvy, modern approach for practical objects influenced designs worldwide in the 1940s and beyond has died. Zeisel's 'Town and Country' dinnerware set, especially the abstract salt and pepper shakers, for Red Wing Pottery became iconic collectibles.
Red Wing School District settles racially charged 'Wangsta Day' lawsuit
A settlement has been reached in a lawsuit filed by a black student against the Red Wing School District over an unsanctioned school ritual known as "Wangsta Day." The student, Quera Pruitt, claimed in the suit filed last August that about 70 Red Wing High School students engaged in an exercise of bigotry and bullying during homecoming week by wearing baggy pants and do-rags, and flashing gang signs. The settlement is pending court approval.
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