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Armed Man Making Threats Causes Hospital to Take Precautions

Police say it was a man armed with a knife who was making threats that caused a lockdown at a St. Paul hospital. Authorities say the man was sitting in a car with a woman and a baby outside the Regions Hospital emergency room when the incident began about 6:30 p.m.

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Twin Cities Sewer Operator Says Keep Out ‘Flushable’ Wipes

Operators of the Twin Cities area's sewage system says "flushable" wipes are causing headaches for crews having to remove the products to keep pumps and pipes unclogged. The Metropolitan Council Environmental Services said Wednesday that the wipes aren't dissolving in sewer pipes.

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Jury: No Excessive Force When Moorhead Officer Used Stun Gun

A federal jury has ruled a Moorhead police officer did not use excessive force when he used a stun gun on a 75-year-old man. The ruling follows a lawsuit filed by James Van Raden, who claimed Officer Steve Larsen unreasonably used a stun gun on him during a welfare check at his home.

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Levi Acre-Kendall, photo courtesy of the Polk County Sheriff's Office
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Jurors from Outside Polk County to Decide Stabbing Case

A Wisconsin judge says jurors will be selected from outside Polk County for the trial of a Minnesota man accused of fatally stabbing a St. Croix River fisherman. Judge Molly GaleWyrick on Wednesday cited intense pretrial publicity. But the judge says 19-year-old Levi Acre-Kendall of Cambridge, Minnesota, will still be tried in Polk County where Peter Kelly was killed.

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