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A Minnesota man accused of shooting to death another man during an annual holiday party for employees has pleaded guilty to felony murder.
Authorities are investigating the cause of a fire that destroyed a maintenance building at a trucking business in the southeastern Minnesota community of Racine.
On Saturday, Governor Dayton will head to Mille Lacs for the state bass fishing opener.
Two people have been arrested in connection with the theft of thousands of dollars' worth of guns and vintage collectibles including Nazi memorabilia from a home near Barnesville.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit from a Minnesota high school teacher who was body-slammed by a student. U.S. District Judge David Doty said Thursday that science teacher John Ekblad must instead go through the workers compensation system.
A University of Minnesota athletics administrator accused of sexual harassment will be suspended without pay for two weeks and demoted to resolve the latest black eye for the department.
A jury has convicted a St. Francis man of trying to kill his ex-wife at her North St. Paul workplace last November. Jurors Thursday decided 48-year-old John Steurer meant to kill his ex-wife when he ambushed her at her office and shot her with a shotgun as she fled.
A suspect is in custody after a bank robbery in the Anoka County city of Columbia Heights. Officers responded to the robbery at US Bank on Thursday afternoon.
Thursday's guests included Seth Stohs from Twins Daily, St. Cloud Rox manager Augie Rodriguez and St. Cloud State baseball coach Pat Dolan.
Minnesota's Legislature has finished passing a $46 billion budget in a special session. It took three extra days and some horse-trading to win crucial Democratic votes.
In a sport dominated by southern schools, one local archery team is taking aim at the status-quo. With a recent trip to nationals, the Foley Falcons Archery Team hit high marks.
U.S. Rep. Betty McCollum says she has won assurances from the Trump administration that it will proceed with a two-year study on whether copper-nickel mining should be permitted on federal lands in the watershed that flows into the Boundary Waters Canoe Area.
The Minnesota Vikings have signed a pair of draft picks.
Two people have been arrested in connection with the theft of vintage collectibles and guns from a home near Barnesville, in northwestern Minnesota.
The Minnesota Legislature is back for the third day of its special session, with lawmakers hoping that a night of sleep will help as they make another run at finish off a $46 billion budget.
The remains of a Minnesota sailor killed during the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941 will finally be returned to his hometown.