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'I Could Have Been Dead Today': Black Driver Feared For Life In Minnesota Mistaken ID ArrestA Black man says he was left shaken up and fearing for his life after police arrested him in a Minneapolis suburb in a case of mistaken identity.
Man, 29, Shot And Killed In Mendota Heights Bridge StandoffThe Mendota Bridge is closed Monday morning due to police activity on the bridge.
Sheriff: 26-Year-Old Man Killed In Pierce Co. Motorcycle CrashAuthorities in Pierce County say a 26-year-old man is dead after a crash Sunday evening in River Falls Township.
Milwaukee Council Approves Mandatory Masks In PublicThe Milwaukee Common Council unanimously approved an ordinance Monday requiring masks in public spaces.
Eagan Police Seek Public's Help Finding Stolen Bike Built For Visually Impaired ResidentPolice say the bike was made uniquely for a visually impaired resident.
On Day Trial Was Set To Begin, Carlton Troutman Pleads Guilty To Edina Hit-And-Run That Injured Teen At School Bus StopA 26-year-old Flint, Michigan man has pleaded guilty in an Edina hit-and-run that injured a teenage girl attempting to board a school bus earlier this year.
Gov. Walz Extends Peacetime Emergency Due To COVID-19 OutbreakThe current peacetime emergency status is set to expire August 12 if not extended on or before then.
George Floyd Case: Attorneys For Derek Chauvin, Tou Thao And Thomas Lane File Objections To Court's Gag OrderThe defense teams for fired Minneapolis police officers Derek Chauvin, Tou Thao and Thomas Lane are requesting the court’s gag order be lifted.
Minnesota Weather: 'Enhanced' Risk Of Severe Storms Monday Evening For Northwestern Minnesota Severe storms are expected to rumble Monday night over northwestern Minnesota.
U Of M Receives $9.9M Grant To Establish New Center For Brain Science Of AddictionThe University of Minnesota has been awarded over $9 million to help combat the issue of addiction in the state.
National Center For Police Defense Announces Support For Ex-MPD Officer's Lane & Kueng In Floyd CaseThe National Center for Police Defense, a nonprofit committed to helping law enforcement officers within the legal process, announced on Monday their intentions to support two former Minneapolis officers charged in George Floyd's death.
Will You See A Second Stimulus Payment?A second stimulus payment seemed unlikely after the first stimulus led to economic gains but has a good chance now as the virus spikes and recovery stalls.