A Minneapolis woman has pleaded guilty to helping her father dispose of his girlfriend's body. Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman says 26-year-old Rachel Lee Thompson pleaded guilty Monday to being an accomplice after the fact.
Minnesota State's hockey team is ranked No. 1 in two national polls after a weekend sweep of Lake Superior State. The Mavericks rose to the top of the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine College Hockey Poll after being ranked fourth last week.
A new fuel surcharge and higher vehicle registration fees are key components of a transportation plan that Senate Democrats say will produce $800 million more per year for construction. The proposal introduced Monday is more ambitious than what Gov. Mark Dayton has discussed and worlds apart from an initial House Republican plan reliant on existing tax dollars.
Organizers of the John Beargrease sled dog race in northern Minnesota say they'll stick with a Jan. 25 start, but poor trail conditions will mean a change in location. In the past, teams of mushers and dogs ran through a tunnel of hundreds of revelers at Duluth East High School to begin the marathon.
Defense attorneys will be looking for jurors in Stearns County who are impartial to Brian Fitch, the man accused of killing a police officer in Dakota County. Jury selection begins Monday in St. Cloud.
Dentists across Minnesota will provide free dental care for children in need at the annual Give Kids a Smile event next month. Services will be available for up to 6,000 children at more than 200 dental offices on Feb. 6 and 7.
Brene Moseley made two free throws with 2.8 seconds left to give 12th-ranked Maryland a 77-73 win over No. 23 Minnesota on Sunday. Minnesota's Carlie Wagner hit a trey with 32 seconds remaining to tie it at 73, setting up Moseley's game-winning foul shots.
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