Rocori Superintendent Accused Of Exposing Himself Several Times At Same Kwik TripPolice in Waite Park say they have arrested a man who exposed himself to employees at the same convenience store several times in the recent past. Now, we’re learning the man is the superintendent of the Rocori School District.
Neighbors, Friends Of Justine Damond Rally After Officer Charged In ShootingJustine Damond's neighbors and friends are coming together to provide comfort and support.
Video Of Elderly Woman's Assault Leads Police To SuspectsThe attack happened at the Chicago and Lake Streets Transit Center in south Minneapolis.
Hastings Hoping Redevelopment Draws Crowds To Historic DowntownThe city of Hastings is hoping the redevelopment of one of its oldest buildings along the Mississippi river will help bring attention to its historic downtown.
Supporters Stand With Woman Back On Trial For Self-Defense StabbingA movement is underway to stop the retrial of a Twin Cities mother of six.
Man Sentenced To 24 Years For Fatal Stabbing In Mpls. Parking RampThursday, a man learned he will spend 24 years in prison for stabbing and killing a woman in Minneapolis.
Patrick Henry Students, Staff Seek To 'Change The Name'The faces behind the movement say when they tell others that Patrick Henry was a slave owner, it helps them understand why they want a name change.
Downtown Staple Market BBQ Heading To Northeast MinneapolisMarket BBQ is leaving its downtown location along Nicollet Mall. But, you'll still be able to get their smoked meats and sandwiches.
Police Seize Arsenal From Home Of Student After Reported ThreatFederal agents are seizing dozens of guns and bombs from the home of a student who threatened another student, police say.
Students, Alumni Hope To #ChangeTheName Of Patrick Henry H.S.Students say the famous Virginian's past as a slave owner was enough to make them want a change.
St. Paul Institution O’Gara’s Ready For RebuildO'Gara's Bar and Grill has called the corner of Selby and Snelling Avenues home for 77 years.
‘We Did Make It’: 200 Immigrants Become U.S. Citizens In St. PaulMore than 200 immigrants living in Minnesota became the newest citizens of the United States on Wednesday. For many, it was the end of a long journey.

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