N.Y. Police Seek Answers In Burnsville Student's 1985 MurderState police are asking for help in solving the killing of a 20-year-old college student from Minnesota who was found stabbed to death in a central New York cornfield more than three decades ago.
Best Places To Buy Graduation Gifts In MinnesotaAs you know, graduating from high school is a major life-changing event worthy of a thoughtful gift. The following stores and shops are good places to look for gifts to help each young person take the next step in life.
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4 Things To Know: NY's AG Takes On Ticket Bots, Ferguson Overhaul & MoreFrom an overhaul in the Ferguson Police Department to New York taking on bot-ridden ticketing, here are the four stories to know for Thursday, Jan. 28.
Gopher Basketball, Hockey To Play In 2018 'Super Saturday' In New YorkThe Big Ten announced Wednesday that the University of Minnesota will be a part of a basketball and hockey doubleheader at Madison Square Garden in 2018. The Gopher men's basketball team will face Ohio State on Jan. 20, 2018. That same day, the Gopher men's hockey team will face Michigan State.
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Mpls. Man Facing Charges In Rape Of 10-Year-Old Girl In NYCThe NYPD says a 24-year-old Minnesota man has been arrested in connection with the rape of a 10-year-old girl in Brooklyn. Police say Edwin Caizaguano, of Minneapolis, faces multiple charges including rape, predatory sexual assault against a child and sexual misconduct.
ATV Riders Challenging Ban On Public Road UseWhen she crashed on an all-terrain vehicle, Megan Cratsley was hurt so badly that doctors had to amputate much of her right arm, a life-altering surgery that launched the teenager on a personal mission to change New York traffic laws to protect other ATV riders.
4 Things To Know: Stillwater School Closings, NY Miners Trapped, Charlie Hebdo & MoreFrom a community meeting addressing the potential closing of three elementary schools in Stillwater to the anniversary of the terror attacks on the French newspaper Charlie Hebdo, here's a look at the four stories to know about from January 7.
Mills Family Sells Fleet Farm To New York FirmMills Fleet Farm was founded by Stewart Mills Sr. in Brainerd back in 1955. The company steadily grew into a chain of 35 retail stores in Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin and North Dakota. It gained retail success by appealing to both city and rural shoppers -- a niche that other stores did not offer.
Minn. Hospital Among Those Paying $28M To Settle Allegations Involving MedicareThe U.S. Justice Department says 32 hospitals in 15 states have agreed to pay $28 million to settle allegations they admitted patients for certain procedures that could have been done on an outpatient basis, resulting in higher Medicare bills.
Judy Garland's Dress From 'The Wizard Of Oz' Sells For $1.5MThe iconic dress that Minnesota native Judy Garland wore in The Wizard Of Oz was sold at New York auction Monday.