The Associated Press
Minnesota DNR Invasive Fish Barrier Nears Completion
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has begun work on an electric barrier project to keep invasive carp from reaching the Le Sueur River.
Minneapolis Won’t Hire Yates to Investigate Ketamine use
The Minneapolis City Council has decided against funding an independent investigation into whether police officers inappropriately urged paramedics to sedate people.
Minneapolis Mayor Says he has Found Site for Homeless Camp
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey says he has found a new site for a homeless encampment, a declaration he made hours after the city council put off a decision on relocating the tents.
Severe Storms Cause Damage in Several Minnesota Communities
Severe storms have hit Minnesota, leaving homes, propane tanks and planes at a municipal airport damaged.
3-Year-Old Running Into Street Struck, Killed in Minnetonka
Minnetonka police say a 3-year-old boy was struck and killed by a car when he darted into traffic.
Fire Prompts Evacuation At St. Cloud Manufacturing Company
Fire prompted a brief evacuation at a St. Cloud manufacturing company.
Minnesota Supreme Court Clears Release of Serial Rapist
The Minnesota Supreme Court has cleared the way for the release of a convicted serial rapist.
New Policing Agreement Reached for Mille Lacs Reservation
Mille Lacs County and the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe have reached an agreement for policing the tribe's reservation in central Minnesota.
Minnesota Couple Restore Native Plants on 100 Acres
A couple is bringing back native prairie grasses, plants and flowers on nearly 100 acres (40 hectares) of land in southern Minnesota.
Man Faces Trial in Pregnant Woman’s Slaying, Stealing Baby
Opening statements are scheduled Wednesday for a North Dakota man charged with conspiracy to commit murder in the killing of a 22-year-old woman who bled to death when her baby was cut from her womb.