Charges: Police Find Man Found Holding Intestines After Wife Cut HimDeputies responding to an incident in Little Canada found a man holding some of his own intestines after his wife allegedly stabbed him for not answering her calls, according to charges filed in Ramsey County.
Judge Blows DWI After Midnight On New Year'sJudge G. Tony Atwal had a blood alcohol content of more than twice the legal limit.
Thousands Rush To Prepay Taxes Before New Tax Bill Takes EffectA year-end crush of customers are prepaying some taxes in Minnesota's largest county.
Charges Declined In St. Paul Officers' Fatal Shooting Of Illinois ManThe Ramsey County Attorney’s Office has declined to file criminal charges in an officer-involved shooting that resulted in the death of a 29-year-old Illinois man in March.
Not A Mistake: St. Paul Candidate Tim Holden Registered As ‘Holden Holden’Voters looking to elect a new mayor in St. Paul will notice something slightly peculiar in this year’s ballot.
Early Voting Begins In Ramsey CountyStarting Tuesday, voters in Hennepin County can place ballots directly into counting machines as well.
Police Investigate ATM Skimming Ring In Ramsey, Dakota CountiesThe couple is believed to be driving a red minivan, possibly a Ford Winstar.
Attorneys: No Weekend Deliberations In Yanez TrialDefense attorneys for Jeronimo Yanez say the jury won't deliberate over the weekend if they can't reach a verdict Friday.
Day 4 Of Deliberations In Yanez Trial Ends Without VerdictA Minnesota jury returns Thursday for a fourth day of deliberations in the trial of a police officer charged with manslaughter in the death of a black motorist, a day after the judge admonished them to keep working.
After Apparent Impasse In Yanez Trial, Jury Ends Day 3 Without VerdictThe jury considering the fate of a Minnesota police officer charged with manslaughter in the death of a black motorist appeared to be reaching levels of frustration on the third day of deliberations.
Jury Re-Watches Livestream, Dashcam Video Of Castile ShootingA Minnesota police officer who fatally shot a black motorist seconds after the man informed him he was carrying a gun "did what he had to do" in a thoroughly justified use of force, a defense attorney argued during closing arguments.
Prosecution Wraps, Defense Starts In Yanez TrialA Minnesota officer who fatally shot a black motorist last July acted unreasonably, according to an expert on police use of force who testified that the officer had no reason to believe that the man was a threat.