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Man Hospitalized After Being Shot by St. Paul Police Officer
Authorities say a St. Paul police officer responding to a domestic assault report shot a man who had been walking around naked and wielding a steak knife.
Woman Arrested in Fatal Shooting at Minneapolis Apartment
Minneapolis police are investigating a shooting death at an apartment complex on the city's South Side.
Prosecutor Offers to Cut Burrell’s Prison Term by 15 Years
A Minnesota prosecutor has offered to reduce the sentence of a Black man who is serving life in prison in the fatal shooting of an 11-year-old girl.
Walz to Announce Technology to Help Spread Slow of COVID-19
Gov. Tim Walz plans to unveil new technology designed to help slow the spread of COVID-19, which has been surging in the state this month.
No Problems Reported for New Driver Registration System
State officials say the replacement for Minnesota’s troubled driver and vehicle registration system known as MNLARS seems to be off to a good start.
Wife, Son Charged in 2013 Death of Twin Cities Man
The wife and adult son of a Twin Cities area man who disappeared in 2013 have now been charged in his death.
Study: Motorcycle Rally Sparked COVID-19 Cases in Minnesota
This summer's huge motorcycle rally in South Dakota led to dozens of coronavirus cases in neighboring Minnesota. That's the finding of a report Friday from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Prosecutors Want to Introduce New Evidence in Floyd Case
Prosecutors in the upcoming trial of a former Minneapolis police officer charged with killing George Floyd want to introduce evidence of a 2017 arrest in which they say the officer held his knee on the back of a 14-year-old boy and ignored his pleas that he couldn't breathe.
2 Senators Leave DFL, Start More Moderate Caucus
Two veteran state senators from the Iron Range have broken with other Democrats to form their own independent caucus in a closely divided legislative chamber.
Gazelka: Senate GOP Could’ve Handled COVID-19 Differently
Minnesota's Senate majority leader says his caucus could've handled positive COVID-19 cases among Republican senators differently.
Iowa Governor Enacts Mask Mandate, Early Bar Close
With Iowa hospitals filling up and schools closing classrooms, Republican Gov. Kim Reynolds dropped her longtime opposition to a statewide mask mandate and enacted a limited version of one.
Minneapolis Council Approves Plan for Additional Officers
The Minneapolis City Council has narrowly approved a $500,000 plan to bring in outside police officers to help fill a staffing shortfall.
St. Cloud Prison Locked Down as COVID-19 Cases Surge
The state prison in St. Cloud has been locked down because of a surge in coronavirus cases.
Mayo Says Beds Full in Northwest Region of Wisconsin
Mayo Clinic Health System says its hospitals in the northwest region of Wisconsin are full to capacity.