New Brighton Man, 80, Faces 15 Charges Of Possessing Child PornographyAn 80-year-old New Brighton man is accused of having thousands of child pornography files on a computer inside his home, which is also a home day care.
'Rouge At The Lounge' Nightclub To Remain Closed After Shooting Death Of Ameer Green Jr.A Minneapolis nightclub will remain closed through the weekend after a deadly shooting.
Charges: Terrion Sherman Brutally Murdered Abigail Simpson In Front Of Toddler In St. Paul ApartmentTerrion Sherman is charged with 2nd-degree murder in connection to the brutal death of Abigail Simpson, 21, inside her St. Paul apartment.
St. Paul Police Say Monique Robbins Is Homicide Victim; Suspect Had Protection Order Against HimSt. Paul police are investigating a homicide in the northwest corner of the Payne-Phalen neighborhood.
Matthew Witt Gets 22 Years In Prison For Killing Mother, Attacking Father Last JulyIn mid-January, he entered a Norgaard plea in court, meaning he maintained that he didn’t remember the offense, but that the prosecution had enough evidence to convict him in a trial.
MN State Patrol: Driver Ticketed 3 Times For Speeding -- In Less Than An HourThe Minnesota State Patrol says if you feel the need to speed, you will get ticketed. One driver managed to take that to another level over the weekend.
Boy, 7, Critically Injured By Motorist While Attempting To Board School Bus, Driver Cooperating With PolicePolice in St. Paul say a 7-year-old boy was struck by a motorist while he was attempting to board a school bus Thursday morning.
MPD: Wrong-Way Driver Causes Head-On Crash That Injures 3Minneapolis police say a wrong-way driver caused a head-on crash that injured three people.
Despite Sex Allegations, Hockey Coach Moved From Job To JobA former hockey player at the University of Minnesota said he was disappointed to find out that one of his old coaches was still coaching, despite allegations of sexual abuse.
Police Union Head: DeWayne Burlingham Should Be Charged For Threatening Officers With KnifeThe Law Enforcement Labor Services, which represents more than 6,300 police officers, corrections officers, dispatchers and firefighters in Minnesota, believe that DeWayne Burlingham should be hauled into court.
Minnesota Supreme Court Orders New Ryan Larson Defamation TrialThe Minnesota Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered a new defamation trial for the man who sued two media outlets for reporting he was arrested and identified as a suspect in the fatal shooting of a police officer in 2012.