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2 Arrested In Hit-and-Run Death of St. Paul Bicyclist
St. Paul police say a man and a woman have been arrested in the hit-and-run death of a restaurant worker who was biking home from work.
Police: Suspect Steals Bait Package Off Edina Porch
Police say a man stole a bait package left on a porch in Edina.
Website Keeps Track of Minnesota’s Breeding Birds
A new website keeps track of wild bird breeding in Minnesota.
Lutefisk Tradition Continues in Minnesota
Church halls across Minnesota are keeping alive a dying culinary tradition by hosting lutefisk dinners.
Man Dies of Suspected CO Poisoning in NE Minnesota Cabin
A northeastern Minnesota man has died of suspected carbon monoxide poisoning in a cabin.
Minnesota Governor Defends Agency Probing Police Shooting
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton is defending a state agency that probes officer-involved shootings after a prosecutor criticized those investigating the death of an Australian woman.
Minnesota Schools Looking For Ways To Address Bullying
Minnesota has provided public schools with a baseline policy on how to address issues of bullying, but some educators say the approach individual districts or schools take to resolve the problem can vary.
Crisis Nursery, Homeless Shelter Help Minnesota Families
A southern Minnesota crisis nursery and a homeless shelter are providing complementary services for families in crisis.
Minneapolis Company Supplies Breath Test Kiosk in Wisconsin
Racine County sheriff's officials say a self-serve breath test kiosk is giving some offenders the chance to serve their sentences outside the walls of the jail.
No Charges in St. Paul Police Shooting that Left Man Dead
Prosecutors have declined to file criminal charges against police officers who shot and killed a black man in St. Paul after he pointed a gun at them.