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Minneapolis Mayor Reprimanded Police Chief Over Press Conference On Ballot InitiativeMinneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey wrote the city's former police chief Medaria Arradondo a formal letter of reprimand for his press conference last October on the controversial ballot question over the future of the city's police department.
'We’re Really Worried': Rent Assistance Orgs Face Influx Of Calls As State Program Abruptly Stops ApplicationsLess than a year after it began taking applications, the “Rent Help MN” program will stop taking them – setting a deadline for 9 P.M. Friday night.
Southern Minnesota Man Gets Life In Prison For Child Pornography, Sexually Exploiting Teenage GirlA southern Minnesota man was sentenced Friday to life in prison for sexually exploiting a 15-year-old girl and using her to produce child pornography.
Minneapolis Police Policy And Training Under Scrutiny At Federal Civil Rights Trial For George Floyd’s DeathKatie Blackwell, a Minneapolis police inspector, continued her testimony on Friday defending the policies of the Minneapolis Police Department and saying the three former officers charged with depriving George Floyd of his civil rights did not follow those standards.
The Biggest Challenge Of Kris Ehresmann's 30-Year Public Health Career Came At The EndThe infections disease director for the Minnesota Department of Health is retiring next week after 30 years of public service.
Federal Funding To Help Repair Aging Minnesota BridgesIt was a moment that defined Minnesota history. In August of 2007, the 35W bridge collapsed during rush hour, killing 13 people and leaving 145 other hurt.
North Dakota Man Sentenced 5 Years For Shooting St. Paul Man In FaceA North Dakota man accused of shooting a St. Paul man in the face this past fall has been sentenced to five years in custody.
6 Charged In Best Buy Mass Thefts, Over $26K Of Merchandise StolenOn Black Friday in the Twin Cities, a large group of people burst in a stole thousands of dollars worth of merchandise at three Best Buy locations, in what was at the time a national retail theft trend.
Red Lake Man Pleads Guilty To Possessing Child Pornography A Red Lake man has pleaded guilty Friday to possessing child pornography, the United States Attorney’s Office announced Friday.
U Of M Issues Safety Alert After 2 Robbery Incidents ThursdayThe University of Minnesota has issued a safety alert after two armed robberies near campus Friday afternoon.
Police In Crystal Investigating Possible Murder-SuicidePolice say they were called to the 5100 block of 49th Avenue North late Thursday. There, they say they found the bodies of a 62-year-old woman and a 73-year-old woman.
Testimony Continues, Closing Up 1st Week Of Ex-MPD Officers' Federal TrialA number of witness have testified to what Tou Thao, Thomas Lane, and J. Alexander Kueng did and did not do the day George Floyd was killed. We've also heard from other officials, like the doctor who confirmed Floyd's death and the training officer.
Man Who Allegedly Robbed Twin Cities Thrift Store Identified Through Cub Foods Rewards CardAuthorities say a man who robbed a Twin Cities thrift store was l identified by his Cub Foods rewards card.
Judge OKs Agreement To Destroy Gun Kyle Rittenhouse Used To Shoot 3 In KenoshaRittenhouse's attorney, Mark Richards, filed a motion Jan. 19 asking prosecutors to return Rittenhouse's rifle, his ammunition, his face mask and other clothing he was wearing the night of the shooting to him.
Gov. Walz Announces More Medical Help For Hospitals Strapped By COVID-19The budget recommendations for the upcoming legislative session focus on investing in local jobs and projects, expanding economic opportunity and supporting children and families.

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Minneapolis Mayor Reprimanded Police Chief Over Press Conference On Ballot InitiativeMinneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey wrote the city's former police chief Medaria Arradondo a formal letter of reprimand for his press conference last October on the controversial ballot question over the future of the city's police department.
Southern Minnesota Man Gets Life In Prison For Child Pornography, Sexually Exploiting Teenage GirlA southern Minnesota man was sentenced Friday to life in prison for sexually exploiting a 15-year-old girl and using her to produce child pornography.
Minneapolis Police Policy And Training Under Scrutiny At Federal Civil Rights Trial For George Floyd’s DeathKatie Blackwell, a Minneapolis police inspector, continued her testimony on Friday defending the policies of the Minneapolis Police Department and saying the three former officers charged with depriving George Floyd of his civil rights did not follow those standards.
The Biggest Challenge Of Kris Ehresmann's 30-Year Public Health Career Came At The EndThe infections disease director for the Minnesota Department of Health is retiring next week after 30 years of public service.
Federal Funding To Help Repair Aging Minnesota BridgesIt was a moment that defined Minnesota history. In August of 2007, the 35W bridge collapsed during rush hour, killing 13 people and leaving 145 other hurt.
‘That’s Not Real’: Nonprofits Express Disbelief, Frustration, Concern Over Alleged $200M Fraud By ‘Feeding Our Future’“I’ve never heard of the organization. Couldn’t believe that they were right down the street from us,” said Loaves and Fishes' Cathy Maes. “I couldn’t even understand the dollar amounts that I was reading in the newspaper."