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Authorities have identified the man and woman found fatally shot in a Rosemount home.
This week's guests included St. Cloud boys hockey coach Pete Matanich, Cathedral girls basketball coach Ron Prom, Tech girls hoops coach Karl Heine, Sauk Rapids-Rice boys basketball coach Derek Peterson, Tech boys hoops coach Mike Trewick, Rocori boys basketball coach Nate Guetter and Cathedral boys basketball coach Matt Meyer.
Minnesota could take the first step toward erasing the state's ban on Sunday liquor sales.
A new program allowing people to visit the Minnesota
Zoo for free by showing proof that they receive public assistance cards was a
hit during its first year, bringing in 63 percent more low-income visitors in
2016 than in the previous year.
University of Minnesota administrators and faculty are
considering shortening the deadline for incomplete coursework to six months in
order to boost graduation and retention rates.
The St. Cloud State Basketball teams both lost on Saturday night.
he Minnesota Wild beat the Nashville Predators 5-2 Saturday night.
The Sartell-St. Stephen dance team took first place in the class AA High Kick Competition Saturday night at the Target Center in Minneapolis.
An uncertain future awaits the Minnesota Vikings' new stadium after a dustup over the oversight authority's use of luxury suites culminated in the exit of two top officials.
Sartell-Stephen took third place in the Class AA State Dance Team competition in jazz Friday.
The St. Cloud State Men's Basketball Team (18-12, 14-7 NSIC) fell in over time 104-97 to #21 ranked Minnesota State - Moorhead (23-4, 18-3 NSIC).
The Republican-led Legislature has expressed a desire for major overhaul of the University of Minnesota's top oversight board after numerous scandals in the past few years.
A Baxter man was arrested yesterday (Thursday) for allegedly possessing drugs in Morrison County.
Authorities in Winona County are investigating the death
of a kayaker whose body was found on the shores of the Mississippi River.
Minnesota hospitals and surgical centers have reported that nearly 340 medical errors risked patient safety last year but medical mistakes resulting in patient death declined.