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17-Year-Old Charged In Fatal St. Paul Hit-And-RunA 17-year-old driver has been charged in a hit-and-run crash that killed a young mother.
FEMA Exposed Personal Information Of 2.3 Million Disaster VictimsFEMA mistakenly exposed personal information, including addresses and bank account information, of 2.3 million disaster victims.
Gov. Tim Walz, Rep. Angie Craig, State Sen. Karla Bigham To Fill Sandbags In HastingsThree Minnesota Democrats -- Gov. Tim Walz, U.S. Rep. Angie Craig and state Sen. Karla Bigham -- plan to join in the flood fight in the Hastings area.
Minnesotans Waste No Time Embracing SpringMinnesotans were outside on Friday in force, which is a sure sign of spring.
'Addiction Can Happen To Anybody': Graduates Recognized At Drug Court CeremonyThe drug court program aims to break the cycle of chemical dependency and crime for nonviolent offenders.
Police: Body Found In Roseville, Investigation UnderwayPolice are investigating after a body was found Friday afternoon in a vacant lot near the northeast corner of Dale Street and Roselawn Avenue.
Robert Mueller Submits Long-Awaited Report To Attorney GeneralSpecial Counsel Robert Mueller's long-awaited report on his findings of the over two-year-long investigation into any ties between the Russian government and Trump campaign associates, as well as any matters that arose from the investigation, has been submitted to the attorney general, William Barr.
Mpls. Police Seek Public's Help Identifying Armed Robbery SuspectMinneapolis police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a suspect in a violent armed robbery earlier this month.
Road Closures In Minneapolis Go Into Effect Monday, As The City Prepares For Final Four WeekendMarch Madness is well underway and all roads lead to Minneapolis, as the city gears up for Final Four Weekend.
I-35W Ramps Near Burnsville Will Close Due To FloodingDrivers should find alternative routes to access Black Dog Road from Interstate 35W in Burnsville this Sunday, as northbound ramps will be closed due to high water.
Midwest Floods: Ruptured Levees Could Cost Billions To RepairThe small town of Hamburg, Iowa was submerged this week when its levee – the earthen barrier protecting it from the raging Missouri River – broke, forcing its 1,100 residents to flee their homes.
‘Looks To The Future’: Gov. Walz Rolls Out Revised State BudgetGov. Tim Walz says his revised state budget proposal looks to the future while accounting for the recent economic forecast.