The St. Cloud School District would have to report to the federal government any future allegations of harassment or discrimination against Somali students under a settlement that would end an investigation in the district. The investigation finds the district did not break any federal rules in how it handled previous incidents.
St. Olaf football player charged after fatal crash in Chicago
The 18-year-old is accused of speeding and going the wrong way when he crashed into a vehicle that may have been attempting to flee police.
Woman 34 weeks pregnant injured by drunk driver in Cottage Grove
The 49-year-old suspected of DUI was booked into jail around 1:30 a.m. Saturday.
2 dead, 5 injured in Thanksgiving Day crash near Alexandria
The crash involved two people from Alexandria and five from Bloomington.
Lengthy standoff in Prior Lake ends late Friday night
The suspect allegedly assaulted an officer outside Kwik Trip, fled and broke into a home.
Accumulating snow possible in Twin Cities next week
The storm system could arrive in the Tuesday-Wednesday timeframe.
With Black Friday barely underway, Target reveals Cyber Monday deals
Plans for the two-day sale were revealed Friday morning.
Man waves replica assault weapon at drivers in downtown Minneapolis
The alarming incident was spotted by the new MPD chief, Brian O'Hara.
Stillwater police looking for suspect who stole vehicle with 1-year-old inside
The suspect abandoned the vehicle with the child still inside just 5 minutes after the theft.
Christmas movie filmed in Minnesota premieres on Hulu
The movie stars Jesse Bradford and Katie Lowes.
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.
St. Cloud schools near deal in alleged Muslim harassment investigation
An agreement with the U.S. Department of Education would end a federal investigation into charges that Muslim students in the district faced harassment and discrimination. The district says its own investigation revealed many of the claims were accurate and says it took appropriate action when authorities learned about the problem.
Discrimination suit costs St. Cloud schools $37,000 in legal fees
A 20-month federal investigation into alleged discrimination against Muslim students in the St. Cloud schools ended with a settlement.
MTS agrees to settle feds' probe for $7.75M
More than a year after federal investigators began to examine Eden Prairie-based MTS Systems Corp. for possible export law violations, the company announced Tuesday night that it had reached a tentative $7.75 million settlement with the U.S. attorney's office in Minnesota.
Feds on verge of plea bargain in Somali terrorism case
A lawyer for Ahmed Hussein Mahamud says a plea agreement is in the works. Mahamud is among 20 people who have been charged with helping the Somali terrorist group al-Shabaab.
Anoka-Hennepin School District reaches tentative deal over students' bullying lawsuits
The district has reportedly reached a settlement deal with federal officials and will meet Monday night to vote on the agreement.
Feds give Minnesota's anti-bullying law a poor grade
The state ranked among the worst in a new report out from the federal Education Department. The report says Minnesota is one of just a handful of states that prohibit bullying without defining it. The state also lacks a model policy that local districts can use and has no policy on how to handle bullying that happens off school grounds.
School officials will answer to Feds
Minnesota is one of 11 states appealing to the federal government for a No Child Left Behind waiver request that could alter the criteria used for measuring a school's success. National officials say more information is necessary to determine how schools should be measured.
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