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Richfield School Officials Apologize for Tossing Lunches
School officials are apologizing after some students at Richfield High School saw their meals thrown away because of outstanding lunch debt
Lodge Destroyed By Fire in St. Louis County
Authorities say the Voyageur Park Lodge in northeastern Minnesota has been destroyed by fire.
3 Young Girls Burned in Rushford House Fire Remain Critical
Three young girls remain hospitalized in critical condition following a fire at their home in Rushford last month.
Man Found Fatally Shot in Vehicle On St. Paul’s North End
A man fatally shot in St. Paul's North End neighborhood is the city's 30th homicide of the year.
Cook Leads Vikings to 28-24 Road Win Over Cowboys
Dalvin Cook ran for 97 yards and had 86 yards receiving, leading the Vikings over the Dallas Cowboys 28-24 on Sunday night.
Minnesota Retail Pharmacies to Close as Industry Shrinks
Minnesota health care provider HealthPartner says it will close 30 of its retail pharmacies next year amid a broader shrinking of the industry.
St. James Man Convicted of Killing Wife, Stepdaughter
A southern Minnesota man has been convicted in the fatal shootings of his wife and his adult stepdaughter following an argument over a forgotten wedding anniversary.
Records Show State Agency Broke Law 200 Times Over Past Year
Public records show that the Minnesota Department of Human Services violated state law more than 200 times over the past year as it awarded $52 million in contracts and grant commitments without proper documentation.
Officials: Man Not Killed By Police, Gunshot Self-Inflicted
Authorities say a gunman who carjacked several vehicles, sexually assaulted a woman and briefly held a family of four hostage in their suburban St. Paul home died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, not by police gunfire.
Minneapolis Man Charged With Absentee Ballot Fraud
Hennepin County prosecutors have charged a 22-year-old Minneapolis man with 13 felony counts of voting fraud.