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Family: Boy Struck by Snowmobiler Has Died
The family of an 8-year-old boy struck by a snowmobiler on Chisago Lake last week says he has died.
St. Paul Teachers Authorize Strike
St. Paul Public Schools teachers and staff have voted to authorize a strike, a move the school board calls disappointing.
Starbucks Launches Credit Card, Hoping to Jolt Sales
Starbucks has a new product that it hopes will hook more coffee lovers: a credit card.
Suspect Fatally Shot by Police in Southern Minnesota
State officials say a man who fled from authorities in a stolen vehicle has been fatally shot by an officer in a southern Minnesota community.
Minnesota Nursing Home Client Dies After Dose of Oxycodone
State investigators say a nurse mistakenly gave a short-term resident at a New Hope, Minnesota, nursing home a dose of oxycodone that was 20 times stronger than he should have received, killing him.
State Asks for $43M to Fix License Plate System
State officials say they need another $43 million to fix the new license plate and tab registration system after its rocky rollout.
Parents Complain Over Photo of Students with Bags Over Heads
Parents of Detroit Lakes High School students are upset over a photo circulating on social media showing several students with plastic bags over their heads during a game of musical chairs.
Light Rail Interrupted by Minneapolis Gas Leak
Light rail service has resumed in downtown Minneapolis after crews found the source of a natural gas leak.
Lewis Has Concussion in Train Accident, But Out of Hospital
Aides to Minnesota Rep. Jason Lewis say he's been discharged from a Virginia hospital after suffering a concussion when a train carrying House Republicans to a retreat struck a truck.
State Asks For $43M to Fix License Plate System
State officials say they need another $43 million to fix the new license plate and tab registration system after its disastrous rollout.