A 55-year-old Minneapolis man, a former food services director for Open Arms of Minnesota, pleaded guilty Friday to embezzling about $155,000.
Friends and family of Kira Trevino, the St. Paul woman missing since February, gathered Thursday night to pray for justice and for closure.
The 29-year-old Fridley man who pled guilty to groping an 11-year-old at a Wal-Mart, was sentenced Wednesday to 12 years of supervised probation.
Some University of Minnesota students are pushing for a bill at the Capitol that they say could save the lives of underage binge drinkers.
A 47-year-old Minneapolis man was charged with two counts of second-degree assault in connection with the Richfield stabbing on March 5.
A Itasca County Sheriff’s Office deputy was charged Wednesday for allegedly recording video of a 17-year-old girl undressing in a bathroom on a county-issued smartphone.
The Maplewood woman charged with one misdemeanor count of child neglect for her “putrid” home where she lived with her 22-month-old has pleaded guilty, and sentencing has been set for April 25.
The home invasion murder of Shea Stremcha has ended with a guilty plea by the third man involved in the break-in and shooting in the summer of 2011.
Two Minneapolis women were sentenced Wednesday in federal court for stealing more than $1 million from the ING life insurance company.
A former Washington County Sheriff’s deputy has been charged with stealing drugs. Investigators say he was taking them from a bin set up for the public to drop off for unused prescription medications.
The Maplewood man charged with child neglect for his “putrid” home where he lived with his 22-month-old child has pleaded guilty, and his sentencing has been set for April 23.
Two Minnesota women and one Wisconsin woman have been charged in connection with a 2007 shooting death in eastern Wisconsin.
A 44-year-old St. Cloud man assaulted and threatened to shoot a woman with a crossbow, and after a search warrant of his home, he was arrested for both assault and possession of narcotics, police say.
The real lesson of Minneapolis police officer Bradley Schnickel’s arrest on six felony counts of luring and having sexual encounters with young girls is that social networking makes this predatory behavior so much easier than it used to be.
A health care worker at REM Woodvale Plain Inc. in Albert Lea, has been accused of stealing more than $4,000 from seven vulnerable adults who the employee took care of between August 2011 and May 2012, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.