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Edina Native Charged With Sexual Assault At UW-MadisonAn Edina native is accused of touching a female student at UW-Madison inappropriately at least 15 times in class.
Former Small Town Mayor Pleads Guilty To Burglarizing Current MayorThe former mayor of Watson has pleaded guilty to breaking into the current mayor's home in March.
Man Accused Of Intentionally Striking Pedestrian Now Faces Murder ChargeA 20-year-old Minneapolis man now faces a second-degree murder charge after the pedestrian he allegedly intentionally struck with his car died Monday evening, according to the Hennepin County Attorney's Office.
Albert Lea Pursuit Plows Through Bean, Alfalfa, Corn FieldsA police pursuit that began in Albert Lea ended after the suspect drove through bean, alfalfa and corn fields nearby.
Iowa Boy, 14, Shot In The HeadPolice are investigating the shooting of a 14-year-old boy in Des Moines.
Police: Missing Lakeville Family Found; Parents JailedAuthorities have confirmed a missing Lakeville family has been found safe and the parents are now being held in Dakota County Jail.
Minneapolis Woman, 27, Sentenced In Fatal NYE CrashA Minneapolis woman has been sentenced to nearly four years in prison for a fatal hit-and-run last New Year's Eve.
Victim Of South Mpls. Hit-And-Run DiesA man who was seriously injured in a hit-and-run in south Minneapolis Saturday has died, according to police.
Woman Receives Nearly 4-Year Sentence In Fatal New Year's Eve Hit-And-RunA Minneapolis woman was sentenced to nearly four years in prison Monday for the New Year's Eve hit-and-run that killed a 37-year-old woman.
Woman Charged In Another Heroin Death, Now Linked To 5A Maplewood woman is now linked to yet another heroin-related death in Minnesota, raising the total number of overdoses she’s at least suspected in to five.
Faribault Police Ask For Public's Help Finding Vulnerable AdultThe Faribault Police Department is asking for the public's help in locating a vulnerable adult who was reported missing in mid-October.
5 Years Probation For MN Woman In Prescriptions CaseA Minnesota woman accused of counterfeiting prescriptions in northern Iowa has been given five years of probation.

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