Charges: Man fatally shot mother of his child during argument
Officers found her on the ground outside the couple's home.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Wednesday, January 26
More than 15,000 new cases in today's update.
List of the coldest wind chills in Minnesota Wednesday morning
The wind chill was as low at -38F in St. Paul.
What to know about new Vikings GM Kwesi Adofo-Mensah
The former Wall Street trader is an analytics guru who appreciates collaboration.
Southwest LRT may cost $210M more, take 3 years longer to build
The Met Council is proposing a settlement with one of its contractors due to disputes over construction changes.
Driver, 41, killed in crash with box truck on Hwy. 10 near St. Cloud
The deceased driver is from St. Cloud.
Task force uses 'box maneuver' to arrest teen fugitive in Brooklyn Center
There was an infant in the car with him.
Spielman: 'That head coach has to have a relationship with that QB'
"I think the No. 1 thing you’re looking for is that head coach has to have a relationship with that quarterback."
Gallery: France 44 to build two-story addition, rooftop patio
The Minneapolis liquor store and cheese shop is stepping up its events and class offerings.
Ryan Poles picking Chicago creates battle of the rebuilds with Vikings
Both of the Vikings' GM finalists land in the same division looking to return to relevancy.
Report: 'This Is Us' star creating NBC series about MN girls' hockey team
No word on when the show will launch.
Police say same group of robbers has hit 13 jewelry stores
Police say family-owned jewelry stores from Alexandria to Faribault have been hit by a group of thieves who use a smash-and-grab technique. Breaking glass cases with crowbars and sweeping jewels into trash bags, the robbers are in and out in about a minute.
$1.3 million lottery ticket sold in Faribault County
The Gopher 5 ticket matching all five numbers was sold Friday. A lottery spokeswoman told the Associated Press this is the second million-dollar ticket sold in the past two months.
Faribault state representative campaigns the 'old fashioned way'
Election season is upon us and while most candidates are campaigning online and taking advantage of social media, Rep. Patti Fritz, DFL-Faribault, is sticking to an old school method.
144-year-old Woolen Mill reopens in Faribault
The 144-year-old Faribault Woolen Mill closed in 2009 because of the recession. Work started back up again today at what's believed to be the only fully-integrated mill in North America -- meaning it washes, dyes and weaves wool fiber into finished products.
Woman charged with stealing jewelry off children's necks in St. Paul
Prosecutors say 26-year-old Tria Moua approached the children and persuaded them to go with her into her van. It was when they got out of the van that the victims realized their jewelry was missing. Police say no children reported being harmed.
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