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State Investigators Say Man Fatally Shot By Police Had Knife
The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension says a man fatally shot by a St. Paul police officer last weekend had confronted him with a knife before he was killed.
18 People Charged in 2 Violent Robberies in Minneapolis
Eighteen people are charged with various counts in connection with two violent robberies in downtown Minneapolis.
Suspect Charged in Fire That Destroyed Minnesota Synagogue
Prosecutors have charged a homeless man with causing a fire that destroyed a historic synagogue in northeastern Minnesota.
Officer Fatally Shoots Man During Fight in St. Paul
St. Paul police say an officer has fatally shot a man who rammed his police vehicle.
Bed Bugs Found in School iPad Cases Prompt Cleaning Lessons
School officials in St. Paul have issued a letter reminding parents and students to keep their iPad cases clean after bed bugs were discovered in five of the devices.
Minnesota’s High School League Faces Estimated $407K Deficit
Minnesota State High School League officials are considering raising ticket prices and member dues while seeking more sponsors to address an anticipated $407,000 deficit.
Minnesota Man Sentenced to 28 Years for Child Pornography
A Minnesota man has been sentenced to nearly three decades in federal prison for producing child pornography.
Works of Art or Monuments to Ego? Rock Stacking Stirs Debate
To some along the north shoreline of Lake Superior in Minnesota, building stacks of rocks, or cairns, is akin to making sandcastles and can even be meditative. To others, these manmade rock formations despoil nature's beauty and stand as monuments to the human ego.
Suspect Arrested in Fire at Historic Minnesota Synagogue
Authorities say a suspect has been arrested in a fire that destroyed a historic synagogue in northeastern Minnesota.
Man Charged in Fatal Head-butt at Downtown Minneapolis Bar
A Minnesota man is accused of causing the death of another man by head-butting him at a downtown Minneapolis bar.