A Chicago man has been sentenced to 55 years in prison after pleading guilty to fatally shooting two men in Minneapolis. Twenty-one-year-old Brian Deshawn Morse killed the men while they sat in an SUV April 8. Police said the shooting was not random.
Sheriff's deputies in Kandiyohi County are investigating a deadly crash. Authorities say two people died and a third was injured when two vehicles collided about 9 p.m. Sunday at an intersection north of Pennock.
Canterbury Park officials say Triple Crown winner American Pharoah will not run in the Mystic Lake Derby next month. The Shakopee track had hoped to lure American Pharoah, the first Triple Crown winner since 1978, by boosting the purse to $2 million.
Wisconsin authorities say the body of a 14-year-old Minnesota girl has been recovered from the St. Croix River. Polk County Sheriff Peter Johnson says Taw Meh of St. Paul was on a canoe outing with a sibling and friends Sunday afternoon when she stepped off a sand bar south of Interstate Park and was swept into the current.
Single-game tickets for the Minnesota Vikings' 2015 season go on sale Tuesday. It's the Vikings' last season outdoors at TCF Bank Stadium on the University of Minnesota campus. The Vikings start playing in the new U.S. Bank Stadium in 2016.
The Court of Appeals says a researcher needs a permit to put radio collars on bears in northern Minnesota because attaching the collars amounts to "constructive possession" under state law. Lynn Rogers gained international attention for his research on the North American black bear.
More than 100 young campers are safe after strong storms left a trail of damage near Brainerd. Legionville Camp president Wayne Gilbertson says nearly 140 campers and staff took shelter in their dorms when the storms blew through Sunday evening.
Police say a novice driver was behind the wheel of a pickup that went through a store's front window in the Twin Cities suburb of Woodbury, sending three people to a hospital with minor injuries. Woodbury public safety spokeswoman Michelle Okada says the accident happened at a sporting goods store around 1:30 p.m. Sunday.
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