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Jail Inmate Accused of Running Prostitution Ring
An inmate at the Kanabec County Jail is charged with running a prostitution ring from his cell.
3 Amazon Workers In Minnesota File Discrimination Complaint
Three Muslim workers at an Amazon warehouse in Minnesota accuse the company of discrimination and retaliation for denying them time and space to pray.
Cap-strapped Vikings Sign 1st-round pick Garrett Bradbury
The Minnesota Vikings have signed first-round draft pick Garrett Bradbury, the center from North Carolina State selected with the 18th overall pick.
Suit Seeks to Hold Vatican at Fault for Abuse by US Priests
A lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Minnesota seeks to trace a direct line from clergy sex abuse victims to the Vatican.
UPDATE: Man Pleads Guilty in Mall Attack Against Child
The man accused of throwing a 5-year-old boy from a third-floor balcony at the Mall of America has pleaded guilty to attempted premeditated first-degree murder and faces 19 years in prison.
Man Sentenced In Butcher Knife Slaying of Girlfriend
A South St. Paul man who twice was convicted of stabbing his girlfriend to death with a butcher knife has been sentenced to nearly three decades in prison.
Walz, Legislative Leaders Fail to Reach Budget Deal Again
Budget negotiations between Gov. Tim Walz and state House and Senate leaders have broken off again amid an ongoing clash over taxes.
Gay Conversion Ban Gets Personal for Minnesota Senate Leader
A new wrinkle has emerged in the debate over whether Minnesota should ban so-called gay conversion therapy for minors - the top Senate Republican has an adult child who came out as a lesbian as a teenager and now identifies as bi-gender.
More People Than Fish in Boat for Governor’s Fishing Opener
At least Democratic Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz didn't get skunked.
Study Links Mille Lacs Lake Walleye Decline to Water Clarity
A University of Minnesota study links the decline of walleye in Mille Lacs Lake to a loss of habitat resulting from clearer water.