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2 Arrested in Shooting of Doctor in Edina Parking Ramp
Two people have been arrested in the shooting of a doctor in a hospital parking ramp in Edina.
Winless Vikings Fall to Titans 31-30
The Minnesota Vikings have started the season 0-3 for the first time since 2013.
Pilgrim’s Pride CEO, Indicted on Price Fixing Counts, Is Out
Pilgrim's Pride has replaced its CEO as he prepares to face price-fixing charges.
2 Hurt By Police Projectiles During Unrest Suing City
Two men injured by police during violence that followed the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis are suing the city, its police chief and unnamed officers.
Couple Killed When Motorcycle Rear-Ended By Pickup
Authorities say two people are dead after a teenage driver crashed into the back of their motorcycle in Pine County.
Police Arrest Man Who Stole Houseboat Moored in Minneapolis
Authorities say a hooded man stole a houseboat moored off an island along the Mississippi River in Minneapolis before he was arrested at shore.
Minneapolis to Name Stretch of Street for George Floyd
A stretch of a Minneapolis street that includes the place where George Floyd was killed will soon be named in his honor.
Court Weighs Allowing Courtroom Cameras in George Floyd Case
The trial of four former Minneapolis police officers charged in the death of George Floyd will generate massive public interest when it begins in March, but as it stands, most people who wish to watch the proceedings will be out of luck.
Bodies of All 3 Plane Crash Victims Recovered From Quarry
The Washington County Sheriff's Office says the bodies of all three victims on board a single-engine plane that crashed last weekend have been recovered from a water-filled quarry.
Trump, Biden Hit Unlikely Battleground State of Minnesota
Donald Trump almost won Minnesota in 2016 and sees it as a state he can peel away from Democrat Joe Biden in November.
St. Paul City Council OKs Guaranteed Income Pilot Project
The St. Paul City Council has voted unanimously to approve Mayor Melvin Carter's proposal to guarantee $500 in monthly income to 150 low-income families affected by COVID-19.
Health Care Patient, Donor Data May Have Been Breached
Patients and donors to at least four different health care providers in Minnesota are being notified that their personal information may have been compromised.
Big Ten Changes Course, Aims for October Start to Football
Big Ten is going to give fall football a shot after all. Less than five weeks after the conference announced it would push football and other fall sports to spring because of the pandemic, the conference changed course.
Minnesota Calls on Trump, Biden to Follow Virus Rules
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz has urged the campaigns of Donald Trump and Joe Biden to abide by the state's guidelines for slowing the coronavirus when they visit Minnesota on Friday.