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Lawmaker, Conservative Group Seek Ethics Probes of Rep. Omar
A Minnesota Republican state legislator and a conservative group are seeking ethics investigations of Democratic U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar for a range of alleged offenses.
Appeals Court Grants Child Abuser’s Release from Program
A Minnesota appeals court has upheld a decision to discharge a repeat child molester from the state's sex offender program.
Woman Sentenced to More Than 21 Years for Baby’s Death
A woman has been sentenced to more than 21 years in prison for killing her friend's baby in Hennepin County.
Franken Says He ‘Absolutely’ Regrets Resigning from Senate
Former Democratic U.S. Sen. Al Franken of Minnesota says he "absolutely" regrets resigning from the Senate after seven women accused him of unwanted kissing or touching.
Minnesota to Launch Working Group on Police Shootings
Minnesota's top law enforcement officials are launching a working group and public hearings on police-involved shootings.
Pedestrian Who Darted into Apple Valley Traffic Dies
Police say a man has died after he unexpectedly darted into traffic near a busy intersection in Apple Valley and was struck by a vehicle.
Angler’s Body Found in Boat Washed Ashore on Mille Lacs Lake
Officials are investigating after an angler was found dead in his boat on the shore of Mille Lacs Lake.
Top Administrator Resigns from Corrections Department
A top administrator has resigned from the Minnesota Department of Corrections, the latest incidence of turnover in Gov. Tim Walz's administration.
Complaints: CenturyLink Failed to Respond to Cable Marking
State officials are investigating CenturyLink after receiving hundreds of complaints that the utility failed to respond to requests to locate and mark underground cables.
Crookston Diocese Reaches $5M Settlement With 15 Victims
The Diocese of Crookston has reached a $5 million settlement with 15 people who were children when they were sexually abused by priests.