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St. Cloud Police Seek Help Finding Missing 21-Year-Old ManAuthorities in St. Cloud are asking the public’s help in finding a 21-year-old man last seen early Saturday morning.
1 Dead, Several Injured In Cincinnati Nightclub ShootingGunfire erupted early Sunday inside a crowded nightclub with a history of violence, killing one person and wounding more than a dozen others, authorities said.
ICE Made 26 Arrests Last Week In MinnesotaA few dozen people gathered at a Fort Snelling federal office building Friday to hold an emergency response protest to President Donald Trump's deportation plans.
Cottage Grove Man Faces 2nd Murder Charge In Wife's DeathA Cottage Grove man now faces a second murder charge in connection with the death of his wife last November.
Man Pleads Guilty To Hitting, Killing Pedestrian While Fleeing PoliceA Minneapolis man pleaded guilty Friday to fatally hitting a 16-year-old girl with his car while he was fleeing police.
Student Charged After Allegedly Threatening To Bring Gun To Central High SchoolA 14-year-old boy has been charged after allegedly threatening to bring a gun to a St. Paul high school.
Traffic Stops Included In Federal Review Of St. Anthony PoliceA federal assessment of the Minnesota police department involved in the fatal shooting of Philando Castile will include a look at traffic stops.
Charges: Asst. Principal Had Sexual Conversations With Minors Via SnapChatAn assistant principal in Bemidji is accused of trying to solicit children to engage in sexual conduct over the internet.
Police Seek Suspect In Burnsville Bank RobberyPolice in Burnsville are asking the public's help in finding a suspect involved in a bank robbery.
St. Paul Man Sentenced To Over 8 Years In Mpls. Bus Stop ShootingA 24-year-old St. Paul man was sentenced to over eight years in prison for a fatal shooting at a Minneapolis bus stop last summer.
Blaine Man Convicted In Fatal Hit & RunA jury has convicted a 28-year-old man who sped through a Twin Cities suburb and fatally struck a man standing by a roadside mailbox last spring.
GOP Lawmakers Angry With Minn. Company For Shipping Pot OilMinnesota lawmakers want to crack down on one of the state's medical marijuana companies whose former executives have been charged with illegally shipping $500,000 of marijuana oils to New York, pushing legislation allowing regulators to revoke the manufacturer's license and levy a huge fine.

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