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30 Family Members Contract COVID-19 Following Funeral
Thirty grieving members of a family in a small northwestern Minnesota town have contracted the coronavirus after attending a funeral for a loved one.
Judge: Prosecutor Will Stay On Ex-Cop’s Case in Floyd Death
The judge overseeing the case of a fired Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd has denied an attorney's request to have the local prosecutor removed.
Study: Most Minneapolis Police Stops Involved Black Drivers
A public defender's study shows that Black drivers accounted for nearly 80% of police searches and routine traffic stops in predominantly white Minneapolis.
Federal Specialists Called to Help Investigate St. Paul Fire
Expert federal investigators are joining state and local teams who are working to find what caused a huge fire at a hotel construction site in St. Paul.
Baby Dies Month After Mother Fatally Shot in Minneapolis
Minneapolis police were notified early Wednesday that the 4-week-old hospitalized girl had died.
Mechanical Failure, Human Error Cited in Guard Copter Crash
Guard released a summary Wednesday.
Voters Sue Walz to Block Face Masks at Minnesota Polls
A group of voters sued Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz and other officials on Tuesday to try to block a requirement that voters wear face masks at polling place to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.
DOC to Close 2 Minnesota Prisons to Address Budget Deficit
The Minnesota Department of Corrections plans to close two state prisons to address a budget deficit.
Massive Fire in Downtown St. Paul
Firefighters are battling a large fire in downtown St. Paul near the Xcel Energy Center. The fire has engulfed a building that was under construction.
Judge Extends MN Vote-By-Mail Changes to November
The agreement allows voters to submit their mail-in or absentee ballots without witness signatures.
Walz Again Requests Federal Help to Rebuild After Unrest
Walz has requested a U.S. Small Business Administration disaster declaration to free up low-interest loans.
Annual Sturgis Rally Expecting 250K, Stirring Virus Concerns
South Dakota, which has seen an uptick in coronavirus infections in recent weeks, is bracing to host hundreds of thousands of bikers for the 80th edition of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
Garver, Twins Lean on Pen for 2-Hitter to Top Indians 3-1
The Twins took three games in the four-game series from their primary division competitor.
Man Charged With Providing Drug That Caused Date’s Overdose
A man is charged in Ramsey County with murder and manslaughter after authorities say a woman he met on a dating app overdosed on a drug he gave her.