Iconic Minneapolis peace activist Marv Davidov, one of the original Freedom Fighters, has died. He was 80. Among other things, Davidov is known for championing the Honeywell Project to pressure the Honeywell Corp. to stop making landmines.
Charges: 2 teens responsible for violent carjacking spree across Twin Cities
They face a combined 31 felony counts, all tied to carjackings and related crimes.
MN rep. says he was 'assaulted' at activist group's public meeting
The Republican said a man grabbed his arms and yanked him from the room.
What were the 'bizarre things' seen in Minnesota's sky?
The mysterious streaks were not UFOs and they weren't pieces of an asteroid.
Mel Kiper Jr. has Vikings taking a cornerback in his first mock draft
Mike Zimmer may be gone, but the tradition lives on.
Free COVID testing site to open in St. Paul for 3 weeks
The federal testing site comes as demand for testing remains high.
MN TikToker accused of faking federal agent life pleads guilty
He told his 10,000 followers he was a Homeland Security agent — authorities say it was a lie.
Report: Vikings request second interview with 2 GM candidates
Ryan Poles of the Chiefs and Kwesi Adofo-Mensah of the Browns.
Hopkins takes on No. 1 team in the country on ESPNU Friday
The game will feature a pair of top recruits in the Class of 2022.
Educators in Minneapolis, St. Paul could strike amid contract negotiations
Teachers and support staff are demanding smaller class sizes, mental health support and better pay.
MN mayor in hot water for hawking $400M underwater hotel plan
The city council called a special meeting to discuss the mayor's public comments.
Woman in critical condition after attempted murder, authorities say
A 33-year-old woman is in custody and facing possible charges.
Anti-war, peace activists protest Camp Ripley's new drone training facility
Anti-war protesters and peace activists at Camp Ripley rallied against the construction of a new, $3.9 million drone training facility Friday. Drones have been a source of controversy since U.S. military began using them in the Iraq and Afghanistan war. Recently, U.S. law enforcement began using drones including the Grand Forks Sheriff's Department in North Dakota.
'Spiritual thing': Wisconsin man, dog at peace amid Internet fame
A serene but extremely compelling photo of a man and his dog in Lake Superior became an online sensation. Life changed a bit for John Unger and his 19-year-old dog Schoep amid all the attention. But they still go for swims. And Schoep is doing well after treatments to ease his arthritis.
Prosecutors: Women discussed jihad on wiretaps
Prosecutors are basing their case on more than 80 phone calls, during which the two women from Rochester allegedly discussed funneling money to a terrorist group in Somalia. The two are accused of being part of a pipeline that sent money and fighters to al-Shabab.
Do public employees up north retire better than the rest of us?
A Chicago-based watchdog group that trains its critical eye on public employee pensions has turned its scrutiny to Duluth and St. Louis County. The group found many public workers receiving pensions of more than $100,000 a year. However, some say that focusing only on the highest paid employees isn't fair.
Fire in Voyageurs National Park expected to burn rest of fall
The National Park Service says the blaze near Tooth Lake Fire remains at about 300 acres. Recent rain and colder weather have stopped the fire's spread and no additional spread is expected.
Police investigate Duluth lawmaker after rest stop incident
Law enforcement officials tell the Duluth News Tribune police are looking into an incident at the Thompson Hill rest area off Interstate 35 near Proctor last month involving state Rep. Kerry Gauthier. A State Patrol officer made contact with the DFLer from Duluth after a witness reported suspicious activity, but details aren't being released because it is "part of an active investigation and classified as criminal investigative data," State Patrol spokesman Lt. Eric Roeske said.
Friends pay tribute as Dakota leader Stanley Crooks is laid to rest
For twenty years Crooks was the chairman of the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux tribe. He helped shape the direction of the band as it became one of the wealthiest in the nation, urging his fellow tribesmen to share their excess with others. One says he ranks alongside Sitting Bull and Red Cloud among the greatest Indian leaders.
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