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Leader of Charter School to Quit Following Hedge Fund Losses
The founder of a St. Paul charter school that lost $4.3 million in a hedge fund investment is quitting as superintendent and chief financial officer.
Two of Five Victims in Cambridge House Explosion Seriously Hurt
Authorities say two of the five people who were inside a Cambridge house when it exploded over the weekend were seriously injured in the blast.
Central Minnesota Colleges Investigate Alleged Sex Competition
The College of St. Benedict and St. John's University are investigating allegations that some male students started a competition this fall to tally sexual encounters with female students.
Walz Launches Reelection Campaign in Divided Minnesota
Minnesota's Democratic Gov. Tim Walz has launched his campaign for a second term in an increasingly divided state, saying he made the tough calls necessary beat back the COVID-19 pandemic and revive the economy.
Derek Chauvin Hires Lawyer to Represent Him on Appeal
Derek Chauvin has hired an attorney to represent him as he appeals his murder conviction in the death of George Floyd.
Man Suspected in Two Murders Kills Himself Near Cloquet
A man suspected of murdering two other men shot himself to death off a rural road west of Cloquet, after a state trooper stopped him for questioning.
Worker Killed at Paper Recycling Facility in Minneapolis
A worker has died at a paper recycling facility in Minneapolis after suffering injuries involving heavy machinery.
Chicago Man Indicted for 1st-Degree Murder in Highway Death
A Chicago man accused of fatally shooting another man in the head on a Minnesota highway after an apparent road-rage incident has been indicted on a first-degree murder charge.
Minnesota Court: Workers’ Comp Can’t Cover Medical Marijuana
The Minnesota Supreme Court says workers' compensation for injured employees doesn't cover medical marijuana because the drug remains illegal under federal law.
Man Charged with Crow Wing Co. Homicide
A Brainerd man is facing a homicide charge after he allegedly shot a woman he may have thought was his ex-girlfriend.
Minneapolis Cop Who Killed 911 Caller Resentenced Oct. 21
The former Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot a woman who called 911 to report a possible rape behind her home is being resentenced this month, after the Minnesota Supreme Court threw out his murder conviction.
Popular Wilderness Area Closures Lifted After Summer Fires
Superior National Forest officials say the last remaining closure order related to wildfires in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness has now been lifted.
No Winner: Biggest Powerball Jackpot in Months Grows Larger
The biggest lottery prize in more than eight months is growing larger after no ticket matched all five numbers and the Powerball in Saturday night's drawing.
More Prison Inmates Vaccinated Than Corrections Employees
The Minnesota Department of Corrections has been more successful getting inmates immunized against the coronavirus than it has for its own employees.