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Multiple Agencies Fight Large Grain Elevator Fire in Clinton
Firefighters from three states and a dozen departments battled a large fire at a grain elevator in small western Minnesota city where some residents were evacuated.
Crane Collapse Causes Power Outage as Temps Reach Mid-90s
A crane fell over at a construction site in the Minneapolis suburb of Lexington on Friday, causing a power outage for nearly 900 customers in the area as temperatures were in the mid-90s.
Teen Employee Killed in Accident At Golden Valley Menards
An accident at a home improvement store in a Minneapolis suburb has killed an employee.
Labor Agreements Reached for Thousands of State Employees
Thousands of state employees in Minnesota would get a raise and a new paid holiday if labor contract agreements are finalized.
Homicide Detectives Investigate Hit-And-Run Death
Homicide detectives are investigating the death of a motorcyclist in Minneapolis.
Colorado Man Drowns When Storm Capsizes Canoe in Minnesota
Sheriff's officials say a Colorado man has drowned after a severe storm moving through the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in northeastern Minnesota capsized his canoe.
Forest Service Expands Closure Order in Boundary Waters
Superior National Forest officials say they are expanding their closure order for the popular Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness north of Ely because of the threat of wildfires burning across the Canadian border.
Man Shot, Killed After Dispute in Downtown Minneapolis
Police say a man was shot and killed in downtown Minneapolis after a dispute erupted into gunfire.
Man Dies of Injuries Suffered in Minneapolis House Fire
A 71-year-old man who was critically injured in a Minneapolis house fire earlier this month has died.
‘Boogaloo’ Member Pleads Guilty to Machine Gun Charge
A Minnesota man who authorities say is a self-proclaimed member of the anti-government ``boogaloo'' movement has pleaded guilty to illegally possessing a machine gun.
Worries Over Racism, Waterways Inspire Push to Rename Fish
What's in a name? When it comes to Asian carp, quite a lot.
Audit Finds No Overpayments by Minnesota for COVID-19 Tests
The Office of the Legislative Auditor says it found no evidence that the state of Minnesota overpaid two companies it hired to conduct COVID-19 saliva testing.
Two Twin Cities Men Sentenced to Life for Killing Real Estate Agent
Two men convicted in the 2019 kidnapping and slaying of a real estate agent in Minnesota have been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
St. Paul Woman Sues Over Alleged Injury During Floyd Protest
A St. Paul woman who says she was shot in the face with a projectile while protesting peacefully outside a Minneapolis police precinct after the killing of George Floyd has filed a federal lawsuit.