Gilbert Acevedo will step down after serving four-years in the position. The Pioneer Press reports he's leaving to pursue a job in the private sector.
Eli Hart killing: Police investigating multiple crime scenes
An announcement Tuesday confirmed potential crime scenes in Mound and Minnetrista.
Twin Cities mental health workers gather for 1-day strike
More than 400 mental health workers are participating in the unionized strike on Tuesday.
HAZMAT team at Bloomington hotel following chemical spill in pool
The fire department said two hotel employees are being evaluated by paramedics.
Big Brothers Big Sisters Twin Cities gets $6M of Mackenzie Scott donation
The donation is the largest the organization has ever seen from a single individual.
Minneapolis accused of backtracking on 24/7 bus lanes for Hennepin Ave.
The Minneapolis City Council is set to vote on Thursday.
Duluth brings back masking in city buildings amid COVID surge
Duluth, in one of the state's current COVID hotspots, has brought back a mask requirement in city buildings.
Violent Offender Task Force in standoff with suspect in St. Cloud
Police announced the standoff at 10:14 a.m. Tuesday.
Cause of fire that destroyed Waterville bar remains unknown
The fire destroyed the Funky Munky Bar and damaged several other properties.
Pro athletes to attend opening of Minnetonka Dick's Sporting Goods
The grand opening is set for June 3, with special guests appearing June 3-5.
Death of man found inside Minneapolis apartment ruled homicide
Anyone with information about the killing is asked to call 1-800-222-8477.
Minnesota State Fair reveals its free concert lineup for 2022
More than 900 performances will happen across numerous stages.
Ten term state DFL veteran, Mindy Greiling to step down
Roseville DFL Representative Mindy Greiling is retiring at the end of the upcoming session. Greiling says she's proud of the many accomplishments during her long time in the legislature. But she also says she leaves with a 'heavy heart', with the state owing the public school system $3.45 billion
Brodkorb is latest GOP heavyweight to abruptly step down
State Senate spokesman Michael Brodkorb, a key Republican figure in Minnesota, is leaving his post. He's also stepping down from his work with the Mike Parry First District Congressional campaign. His resignation comes after his boss, Amy Koch, suddenly left her job as Senate Majority Leader after allegations she had an inappropriate relationship with a Senate staffer.
Mark Phillips steps down as DEED commissioner, Katie Clark steps in
Gov. Mark Dayton says Mark Phillips, commissioner of the state Department of Employment and Economic Development, is resigning effective Friday to "pursue opportunities in the private sector," Politics in Minnesota reports. Dayton has promoted Katie Clark, the head of Minnesota’s Trade Office, to lead the state's economic and workforce development agency.
Leader of St. Paul Chamber Orchestra stepping down
Sarah Lutman joined the orchestra in December 2008. She is leaving to begin her own consulting practice. MPR reports her last day as president and managing director is March 1.
Target exec overseeing expansion in Canada steps down
Marketing chief Michael Francis is leaving Target and will become president of J.C. Penney. Francis has been overseeing Target's plans to expand in Canada, where the company hopes to start opening stores in 2013.
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