Man Gets 10 Years In Maplewood Home InvasionA man charged with fraud in connection with a January home invasion in Maplewood has been sentenced to more than 10 years in prison.
Over Four Dozen Shots Fired In Fatal Gang ShootingMinneapolis police are asking for the public's help in identifying the suspects involved in a fatal exchange of gunfire between rival gangs Wednesday evening.
Parents Of Twin Cities Terror Suspects Speak OutThe mother and father of a young terror suspect went public Thursday to denounce what they say was a prosecution offer of a plea deal that would have required their son to plead guilty to a murder charge.
Herbivorous Butcher Serves Paul McCartney DinnerA local vegan butcher shop had the honor of serving dinner to Sir Paul McCartney before his concert in Minneapolis last night.
Boy, 15, Hit By School Bus In St. PaulA child was critically injured Thursday morning in St. Paul after being hit by a school bus.
$1.5 Billion Public Works Bill Fails In SenateSenate Democrats' plan to borrow $1.5 billion for public construction projects has hit a snag.
MN Company Helps NJ Woman Honor Late Sister With White Castle UrnAn Eden Prairie company is helping a New Jersey woman honor the memory of her sister. According to PRNewswire, Stacey Parrinello is paying tribute to her sister Mel Burrow’s with a custom-made White Castle urn made by Foreverence.
Fire Destroys Farm, Kills Nearly 20,000 Chickens In IowaNearly 20,000 chickens have died in a fire at a northeast Iowa farm. Fire officials say they responded Wednesday afternoon to a fire at S & C Organic Farms, northwest of Fort Atkinson.
Xcel Working To Prevent Power Outages In N.D.Xcel Energy says it's working to prevent power outages that have affected Fargo in recent weeks. Xcel's North Dakota manager Mark Nisbet told the Public Service Commission on Thursday that the company is stepping up efforts to replace power lines and trim trees to keep branches from affecting lines.
Minnesota Congressman Works To Help The State's Small BanksMinnesota Congressman Tom Emmer is making a push to help small banks and credit unions in Minnesota. Emmer said the state has lost a quarter of them since the Dodd-Frank Act went into effect after the Great Recession.
Minneapolis Close To Implementing Paid Sick LeaveMinneapolis is one step closer to implementing a paid sick leave policy. Right now, it's estimated more than 100,000 people working in the city don't get paid sick time.
Iowa Pastors Gets 25 Years For Abusing 5-Year-Old GirlRoger Kissel was sentenced Wednesday in Sidney. In March a Fremont County jury convicted the 68-year-old of sex abuse and two counts of lascivious acts with a child.