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Man Convicted of Murder in Buffalo Clinic Attack
A jury has found a man guilty of murder and other counts in a shooting attack on a Minnesota medical clinic last year that killed one staff member and wounded four others.
Abbott’s Largest U.S. Baby Formula Plant to Reopen
Abbott did not immediately detail the terms of the agreement reached with the Food and Drug Administration.
St. Paul Mayor Names Interim Police Chief
The mayor of St. Paul has picked a new interim police chief.
Target Corp. Pays $5 Million to Settle Pricing Lawsuit
Target Corp. has agreed to pay $5 million to settle a California lawsuit alleging the retail chain changed prices on its mobile app after customers entered stores.
Chauvin Appeals Murder Conviction for Killing George Floyd
The former Minneapolis police officer found guilty of murder in the killing of George Floyd has appealed his conviction, saying among other things that the jury was intimidated by ongoing sometimes violent protests and prejudiced by excessive pre-trial publicity.
Minnesota’s Governor, Senators Praise State’s Bird Flu Fight
Minnesota's governor and U.S. senators have visited the heart of the state's poultry country for a first-hand look at how the top turkey-producing state is fighting bird flu.
Boy, 10, Shot Dead While in Minneapolis Apartment With Minor
Police say a 10-year-old boy was fatally shot while he and another juvenile family member were alone in a downtown Minneapolis apartment.
Minneapolis Schools Drop COVID Mask Mandate
The Minneapolis school district is dropping its mask mandate next week.
Stillwater Prison Guard Faces Meth Smuggling Charges
Prosecutors have charged a prison guard with smuggling methamphetamine to an inmate.
Motorcyclist Accused of Hitting Boy Charged With Felonies
Prosecutors have charged a motorcyclist accused of driving around a stopped school bus and hitting a 10-year-old boy with two felonies.