Top Minnesota government officials as well as airport managers are meeting to discuss how to prevent Ebola from entering the state and what to do if it does. Health and public safety leaders in Gov. Mark Dayton's administration were meeting Thursday to discuss the prevention and response plans.
A northwestern Minnesota woman has been sentenced to 6 1/2 years in federal prison for fatally stabbing a man on the Red Lake Indian Reservation. A federal judge announced the sentence Wednesday for 26-year-old Alison Brown, a member of the Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians.
One of Teddy Bridgewater's goals is to make his absence from the field last week a one-game blip. The Minnesota Vikings sure missed their rookie quarterback in the 42-10 loss at Green Bay, but Bridgewater is back on track this week and ready to return Sunday against Detroit.
A Texas judge has tentatively set a Dec. 1 trial date for Vikings star running back Adrian Peterson on a charge of felony child abuse for using a wooden switch to discipline his 4-year-old son. Judge Kelly Case set the date Wednesday as Peterson made his first court appearance in suburban Houston for the incident that occurred earlier this year.
Authorities have one person in custody and are looking for two accomplices in a baseball bat beating in Nicollet County that left two men hospitalized, including one in critical condition. Sheriff's officials say a newspaper delivery person found the two victims severely beaten near the Buessman Bridge not far from New Ulm on Sunday morning.
Many of Minnesota's biggest companies say they aren't expecting to achieve an expected 4 percent growth in holiday sales. The National Retail Federation issued its industry forecast, which anticipates the biggest gain in three years, on Monday.
Police say they have questioned and released a woman without charges after the SUV she was driving fatally hit a woman sitting in a Minneapolis bus shelter. Minneapolis police spokesman John Elder said Tuesday the investigation is ongoing and the woman could still be charged.
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