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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.
2 Illinois Men Get 14, 16 Years in Minnesota Mosque Bombing
Two Illinois men who helped bomb a Minnesota mosque in 2017 were sentenced Tuesday to penalties far below the 35-year mandatory minimum they faced, after victims and prosecutors asked for leniency.
St. Paul School Board to Vote Again on Lifting Mask Mandate
The St. Paul school board is set to vote again on whether to lift the district's mask mandate.
Police Arrest Man for Sexually Assaulting 5-Year-Old in 2016
Police have arrested a man suspected of sexually assaulting a 5-year-old girl waiting for her school bus in St. Paul in 2016.
Minnesota Moose Population at Largest Level Since 2011
Minnesota's moose population is the largest its been in more than a decade after 11 consecutive years of remaining relatively stable.
Report: State Late in Response to Unrest After Floyd Killing
An external review of Minnesota's response to days of civil unrest following the May 2020 killing of George Floyd found several weaknesses, including a lack of clear leadership early on as businesses were being destroyed and set ablaze.
Regulators May Suspend Sheriff After Drunken Crash
State regulators are considering suspending Hennepin County Sheriff David Hutchinson in light of a drunken driving conviction.
COVID Survey: Hospitality Industry Loses 249 Revenue Days
A new survey of hospitality businesses in Minnesota shows just how hard the industry was hit by the coronavirus pandemic and the difficult journey toward economic recovery.
Hartman Gets Winner Late in 3rd, Wild Beat Blackhawks 3-1
Ryan Hartman scored with 3:13 left in the game, and the Minnesota Wild beat the Chicago Blackhawks 3-1 on Saturday.