WDAY reports 15-year-old Michael Bell was convicted of criminal sexual conduct in June of 2010 with a victim under the age of 15. Officials say the level two sex offender still has the right to a free public education. The teen must register as a sex offender through the year 2035.
Zuccarello helps Wild spoil Lundqvist's retirement party
After Henrik Lundqvist's jersey was hung to the rafters, Zuccarello led a 3-2 win.
David Arquette gives shoutout to MN's F1rst Wrestling on James Corden show
The Hollywood actor wrestled at at a F1rst Wrestling show at First Avenue in early 2019.
6 charged in Black Friday mass thefts at Twin Cities Best Buys
The group stole from three Best Buy stores that afternoon, the charges say.
Thieves steal large bell from rural MN church, don't get far with it
The bell was found in a ditch with tow ropes around it.
COVID: More help coming to Minnesota hospitals, Walz says
More than 200 medical professionals are coming to help at short-staffed hospitals.
Suspect arrested after falling asleep in vehicle at rest stop
The man was sleeping in a stolen vehicle in the parking lot of an I-94 rest area.
Charges: Edina man threatened to shoot up Domino's Pizza
He claimed a delivery driver had flipped him off, the charges say.
Carvana seeking to build vehicle vending machine in Twin Cities
The online car dealership submitted a letter of intent to buy land in the metro to build a fulfillment center.
Coller: New Vikings GM Adofo-Mensah needs to be ruthless
Kwesi Adofo-Mensah needs to make some big, difficult decisions, writes Matthew Coller.
Report: Vikings to interview Giants' Patrick Graham for head coach
Graham coached with the Patriots under Bill Belichick for six years.
Home brand plans 'flagship' store in Maple Grove AMC Theater space
This will be the company's first Minnesota location.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Friday, January 28
The state is still in the process of catching up with 10,000 yet-to-be processed tests.
Testing Minnesota's controversial sex-offender program
Clarence Opheim is about to be the first patient released from the Minnesota sex-offender facility in St. Peter. He could move to a halfway-house as soon as Saturday. The convicted pedophile has spent the past 19 years in the sex-offender program. Republican leaders are concerned and don't want the 64-year-old released, even though a three-judge panel says he has completed treatment.
Minnesota sex-offender program releasing its first convicted pedophile
Clarence Opheim will be freed to a Minneapolis halfway-house after 19 years in the sex-offender program. The Star Tribune reports the 64-year-old is the first patient to be released since the program started in 1994. Opheim was convicted in the late 1980s of criminal sexual assault of a teenage boy. His whereabouts will still be monitored with an electronic ankle-bracelet.
Police ask for help in locating fugitive sex offender
Authorities have issued a warrant for a Level III sex offender on the loose after he removed his GPS ankle bracelet in Faribault. Twenty-five-year-old George McIntosh Jr. of Waterville served time in prison for two third-degree criminal sexual conduct convictions in Le Sueur County in 2008.
Golden Valley neighbors to learn more about sex offender moving to halfway house
Clarence Opheim will be the first patient released from Minnesota's sex offender program in more than a decade. Police say their public meeting is not meant to spread fear, but to educate the public about the terms of Opheim's release to a halfway house.
Police: Armed sex offender wanders into 2 Fargo homes
Nobody was injured and the man was eventually located via a GPS ankle monitor.
Human services commissioner says law requires man's release from sex offender program
Clarence Opheim has spent nearly 19 years in Minnesota's sex offender program. Now a court has ordered his release to a halfway house. Human Services Commissioner Lucinda Jesson says she didn't fight the order because it's consistent with state law.
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