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Minnesota Company Gives ‘Fur-ternity Leave’ to Pet Parents
A digital marketing company in Minneapolis has adopted a new policy that it calls "fur-ternity" leave, allowing employees with new pets to work from home.
Antron Brown Leads NHRA Fuel Qualifying at Brainerd
Antron Brown led Top Fuel qualifying Friday in the Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals at Brainerd International Raceway.
Footage Shows Minnesota Man Raised Gun Before Police Fired
Police in St. Paul have released body-camera footage that shows a man shot to death by officers had a gun.
Minneapolis Police Department Implements Cameras on Guns
A police force in a Minneapolis suburb is outfitting its officers with cameras mounted on their handguns amid calls for more transparency in police shootings.
Minnesota Cold Case Investigation Involves Digging on Farm
Authorities in far northwestern Minnesota are digging on a farm as they investigate a 22-year-old missing person case.
Body Found In Wildlife Refuge Creek, No Foul Play Suspected
Authorities say no foul play is suspected in the death of a man whose body was found in a creek at the Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge.
Northern Minnesota Under Air Quality Alert Due to Smoke
Residents in the northern half of Minnesota are being warned about poor air quality due to smoke from Canadian wildfires.
Willmar Man Pleads Guilty To Illegal Arsenal of Weapons
A Willmar man accused of illegally possessing a large cache of weapons has pleaded guilty in federal court.
Jury Returns First-Degree Murder Indictment In Prison Death
An inmate accused of killing a guard at the Stillwater prison last month has been indicted on first-degree murder charges.
Ex-Officer’s Lawyers Want Charges Dismissed in Damond Death
Defense attorneys want charges dismissed against a former Minneapolis police officer who shot and killed an Australian woman last year.