The Associated Press
Tent Fires at Minneapolis Homeless Camp Ruled Accidental
Minneapolis fire investigators say a fire that destroyed tents at a Minneapolis homeless camp was accidental.
Minnesota Gov. Dayton Set to End Long Hospital Stay
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton says he expects to be home before Thanksgiving after complications from back surgery required more than a month of hospitalization.
Authorities Probe Death of Deer Hunter in Aitkin County
The Aitkin County Sheriff's Office and the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension are investigating the weekend death of a hunter.
Girl Scout Leader Dismissed After Event for Crash Victims
A Girl Scout troop leader in Green Bay has lost her job in the wake of a fundraiser her troop held for families of victims of a fatal crash near Chippewa Falls.
Possible Rash of Dog Poisonings in Rice Lake Investigated
Authorities are investigating a possible rash of dog poisonings in Rice Lake.
St. Cloud Police Wrapping up Probe of Dumped Deer Carcasses
St. Cloud Police are wrapping up their investigation into bloody deer carcasses that were dumped last week on the hoods of two cars owned by Somali-American men.
Tents Catch Fire at Minneapolis Homeless Camp; no Injuries
Multiple tents caught fire at a homeless encampment in Minneapolis.
Winona-Rochester Diocese Plans to File Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
The Diocese of Winona-Rochester plans to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection following allegations of child sexual abuse against former priests.
Chipotle Reconsiders Firing In St. Paul Dine and Dash Case
Chipotle is reconsidering its decision to fire a St. Paul restaurant manager for not serving five black men and asking them to prove they could pay before taking their order.
Protesters Disrupt Regulatory Hearing on Enbridge Pipeline
Opponents of Enbridge Energy's proposed Line 3 crude oil pipeline replacement shouted their objections as Minnesota regulators opened a hearing on the project.