It’s been almost two weeks since an officer-involved shooting left one man dead and two police officers with gunshot wounds in a basement in south Minneapolis. Recently, Chief Janee Harteau has faced criticism for releasing few details about the case at this point.
Eden Prairie police say a missing woman’s DNA was in a blood sample from a jacket found in the SUV of her ex-boyfriend.
The skeletal remains of a woman found near the Vermillion River in Hastings has been identified by the Hennepin County Medical Examiner on Thursday.
The Anoka County Sheriff’s Department is hoping new DNA evidence will help them crack a cold case from the 1980s.
It’s become serious business when a dog does its business at a Roseville apartment complex.
For seven months the agony of not knowing the name of a newborn found dead in the Mississippi River has worn on investigators. They deal in criminal tragedies every day, but this one is different.
A 31-year-old man has been charged with criminal sexual conduct for a rape that occurred nearly five years ago, according to police.
Minnesota’s Attorney General could get involved with the fight to protect the blood of newborns.
For 11 years, Shjon Podein played in the National Hockey League. At times he was an enforcer, not afraid to drop the gloves for little fisticuffs.
Nine servicemen who died when their bomber was shot down over the Pacific during World War II have been identified, and their remains will be buried in a single casket at Arlington National Cemetery with full military honors.
The U.S. Department of Defense says a Minnesota airman who was missing in action in World War II will be buried with full military honors Wednesday at Arlington National Cemetery.
Tests are underway in three Minnesota rivers to check for the invasion of Asian carp.
Federal officials promised Friday to improve two crucial weapons in the fight to prevent Asian carp from invading the Great Lakes: an electric fish barrier near Chicago and an early-warning system that detects carp DNA in waterways.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says no Asian carp were captured during a five-day search of the St. Croix River. But efforts to find the invasive fish will continue this week.
Authorities have found evidence that invasive Asian carp are in the St. Croix River as far upstream as the dam at St. Croix Falls, Wis.