The Associated Press
New Survey Shows Surge in Vaping by Minnesota Young People
A new survey says one in four Minnesota 11th graders reported using an e-cigarette in the previous 30 days, a 54% increase from the same survey in 2016.
Feds: Minnesota Paid for Care in Dead Medicaid Recipients
A federal audit estimates that Minnesota made $3.7 million in unallowed payments to managed care organizations from 2014 to 2016 for dead people who had been enrolled in Medicaid.
Two Teens Critically Injured in Minneapolis Carjacking Incident
Minneapolis police say five people are injured after a man suspected in a carjacking crashed into a bakery and struck two vehicles, including an officer's squad car.
Eleven People Charged with Defrauding Minnesota Medicaid Program
Minnesota's attorney general's office says it has charged 11 people with defrauding the state's Medicaid program of more than $800,000.
Four-Year-Old Boy Falls from Third-Story Window in Minneapolis
Authorities say a four-year-old boy fell from a third-story window at a building that provides transitional housing for homeless families in downtown Minneapolis.
Bias Charges Filed After Somali Businesses Were Damaged
A Minneapolis man is charged with damaging property and bias crimes after authorities say he threw rocks through windows of multiple Somali-owned businesses.
Minnesota Coach Sentenced to 24 Years for Abusing Skater
A Minnesota figure skating coach has been sentenced to 24 years in prison for sexually abusing one of his skaters.
Suspect Pleads Guilty in Hibbing Snowmobile Trail Killing
A suspect in the killing of a man along a snowmobile trail in Hibbing has pleaded guilty to first-degree murder.
Minnesota Man Charged in Massive Vaping Cartridge Seizure
A Minnesota man faces two felony charges after a seizure of almost 77,000 vaping cartridges that authorities say contained dangerous levels of THC.
Homeless Man Pleads Guilty To Duluth Synagogue Fire
A homeless man has pleaded guilty to starting a fire that destroyed a 117-year-old synagogue in Duluth, Minnesota.