Three thieves used a knife to snip a length of colored human hair from a display in a Woodbury beauty supply store. The 18-inch lock of burgundy hair has an estimated value of $70.
Charges: Daughter admits to squeezing mom 'like a python,' killing her
She is charged with murder in her mom's death.
Video: Man harasses Jimmy John's workers, wishes death on them over mask mandate
"When are you going to start using that brain inside of your head," the man asks.
Michigan writer: 'Don't count out the Vikings' on Jim Harbaugh
Are the Vikings a dark horse to hire Michigan's head coach?
St. Louis Park PD release photos of vehicle involved in shooting on I-394
A man was shot multiple times as he drove down I-394 last week.
Perfect 10: Gophers gymnasts make history with two perfect scores
Mya Hooten and Ona Loper were literally perfect on Monday night.
Authorities now looking into MN lawmaker's report of assault
Video shows Rep. Nolan West being grabbed and pushed out of a public event.
COVID treatments: Essentia Health to help test 3 existing meds
The clinical trial includes the much-discussed drug ivermectin.
Suspect crashes into Minneapolis snow plow, fires shots at plow driver
The plow driver was pulled to the side of the road when the incident happened.
Coldest day of the winter is possible this week in Minnesota
An air temp of -30F isn't out of the question too far from the metro.
District fires school counselor accused of sexually assaulting student
He's been charged with felony criminal sexual conduct.
Thieves break into jewelry store, make off with cubic zirconia rings
The owners of Albers Jewelry in Long Lake say they lock away the store's more expensive jewelry overnight.
Minn. girl, 9, gives up foot of hair for cancer-stricken grandmother
In a gesture of love, a third grader in Cloquet has given her maternal grandmother her locks. The Pine Journal says Lizzie Hey went to a salon earlier this month to get more than a foot of her hair cut off for Sue Ratajczak, who started chemotherapy treatments to treat her recently diagnosed breast cancer.
U of M takes smelly approach to ward off pine tree thieves
The University of Minnesota has a pest problem--thieves that help themselves to a free "Christmas" tree on campus. Five landscape evergreen trees were cut down around the holiday's last year. To deter thieves, landscapers on campus are spraying trees with skunk spray, a method that was suspended about five years ago.
Rock hunter finds chunk of human skull along Minnesota River
A man scouring ground near Mankato over the weekend found what experts say is a piece of a human skull. Local police are looking into it but have no open cases on missing persons. An anthropologist says the skull is probably much older and might have come from a Native American or early settler.
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