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Police: 1 Man Dead, 1 Arrested in Plymouth Stabbing
Plymouth police say a 25-year-old man is under arrest in a fatal stabbing at an apartment complex in the Minneapolis suburb.
Smith Lands Spot on Ag Committee, Other Prized Panels
Sen. Tina Smith has a spot on the Senate's Agriculture Committee and several other critical panels.
Human Services Chief to Fight Release of Serial Rapist
Human Services Commissioner Emily Piper says she'll appeal a judicial panel's approval of the conditional release of a serial rapist from the Minnesota Sex Offender Program.
Plymouth Police Investigating Death
Police are investigating a death in a Twin Cities suburb. Authorities say someone at the Stoneleigh at the Reserve apartment complex in Plymouth called 911 shortly after midnight Tuesday.
Minnesota Man Sentenced to 61 Years for Killing Parents
An Eden Prairie man has been sentenced to 61 years in prison for killing with parents with a screwdriver.
Worker Dies While Making Repairs At Minnesota School Dome
An employee working at a Chaska middle school has died after he fell off a ladder.
Keillor in Mediation With Minnesota Public Radio Over Firing
Humorist Garrison Keillor says he is in negotiations with Minnesota Public Radio after the radio network cut ties with the former ``A Prairie Home Companion'' host over unspecified allegations of inappropriate behavior.
Pink to Sing National Anthem At Super Bowl
Pink is heading to the Super Bowl to sing the national anthem. The NFL announced Monday that the pop star will perform ``The Star-Spangled Banner'' before the game on Feb. 4 at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.
Musicians Dismissed from Minnesota Church for Gay Marriages
Members of a rural Catholic parish in eastern Minnesota are at odds over the dismissal of three choral musicians because they are gay.
Housley Says More Than $150K Raised for Senate Race
Republican Karin Housley says she's raised more than $150,000 in just a couple of weeks since announcing her run for the U.S. Senate.