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'Bachelor' Star's Legal Team Says He Acted 'Reasonably' After Fatal CrashFormer "The Bachelor" star Chris Soules "acted reasonably" after he rear-ended a fellow Iowa farmer by calling 911 and trying to resuscitate the man, his new legal team said Thursday.
Appeals Court Rejects Bid To Move Jeronimo Yanez's TrialThe Minnesota Court of Appeals has rejected moving the manslaughter trial of a police officer charged in the fatal shooting of a black motorist.
Harteau Disappointed After Mayor Rejects Her North Side Inspector PickMinneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau says she is disappointed in Mayor Betsy Hodges’ decision to reverse her appointment of Lt. John Delmonico to Inspector of the Fourth Precinct.
Doctor Accused Of Genital Mutilations Enters Not-Guilty PleaA not-guilty plea has been entered for a Detroit-area doctor charged with performing genital mutilation on two Minnesota girls in a first-of-its-kind case in the United States.
Charges: Drunk Motorcyclist Flees Authorities In South MetroA 33-year-old Farmington man is accused of leading authorities on a high-speed chase last Saturday and was driving while impaired.
4 Things To Know: POTUS’ VA Visit, Arkansas Executions & MoreFrom the president visiting the Department of Veteran Affairs to more executions in Arkansas, here are the four things to know for Thursday, April 27.
2 Injured In Shooting Near Downtown MinneapolisTwo people are in the hospital following a shooting near downtown Minneapolis Wednesday evening.
Bill Aiming To Crack Down On Police Impersonators Irks Security CompaniesLakeville Police say they have encountered multiple cases of police impersonators, including one who investigated cases and showed up at crime scenes.
Man Gets 15 Years For Shooting 5 Black Lives Matter ProtestersThe man found guilty of shooting five Black Lives Matter protesters in November 2015 was sentenced Wednesday to 15 years in prison.
'Bachelor' Star Called 911 Before Fleeing Fatal Hit & Run SceneFormer "The Bachelor" star Chris Soules called 911 to report his crash that killed a fellow Iowa farmer, seeking medical help for the man before he allegedly left the scene.
Petters Fraud Case Stirs New Legal RipplesPetters is serving a 50-year prison sentence after being convicted in a multi-count fraud in 2009.
Minnesota Woman Gets 5 Years Probation For Supporting Al-ShababA Minnesota woman who admitted sending $850 to the militant group al-Shabab in Somalia has been sentenced to five years' probation.

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