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Corrections Department Investigates Minnesota Prison Attacks
The Minnesota Department of Corrections is investigating recent attacks on 11 prison officers.
Judge Stands by White Bear Lake Ruling, Criticizes DNR
A judge is standing by her previous ruling directing the state to restrict groundwater pumping and lawn watering to protect White Bear Lake and its aquifer.
DNR Seeks $130M to Preserve State Park and Other Facilities
The Department of Natural Resources is asking the Legislature for $130 million for asset preservation.
Minneapolis Man Ordered to Remove Front-Yard Hockey Rink
A Minneapolis father must remove the front-yard ice rink he built despite some neighbors saying it creates a sense of community for children to play.
Inmate Convicted of Threatening Officers
An inmate at the Stillwater state prison has been convicted of threatening law enforcement officers and witness tampering.
Warrant: SUV Owner Comes Forward in Fatal Hit-and-Run
A search warrant filed in a fatal hit-and-run case in Alexandria says the owner of the SUV believed to have been involved in the incident told dispatchers he or she believed they may have struck the victim, but thought they had hit a curb.
Jones HR Off Rodney in 11th Gives Orioles Win Over Twins
Adam Jones homered on Fernando Rodney's first pitch starting the bottom of the 11th inning, and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Minnesota Twins 3-2 Thursday for their eighth consecutive opening day victory.
Judge Orders Records in Wetterling Case Returned to FBI
A judge has ordered Stearns County to return thousands of pages of FBI documents in the Jacob Wetterling investigation to the federal agency.
Melting Machine Explodes At Columbia Heights Company
Authorities say no one was hurt when a small melting machine exploded at a metal casting company in a northern Minneapolis suburb.
Minneapolis Man Charged With Murder in Woman’s Fatal OD
Prosecutors have charged a Minneapolis man with murder in the overdose death of a 19-year-old woman in Carver County.