A concentrated law enforcement effort against speeding on Minnesota roadways has yielded more than 16,000 citations. The Department of Public Safety says more than 300 law enforcement agencies participated in the crackdown from July 10th to the 26th.
A Golden Valley man has been found guilty of driving drunk and killing a Minneapolis couple. Prosecutors say 56-year-old Philip Bertelsen was driving more than 100 mph when he smashed into the back of the couple's vehicle on Nov. 3, 2013.
An official with a Minneapolis organization says a group of young basketball players skipped out on a chaperone before police say they were involved in several assaults in Wichita, Kansas. The male players ranging from age 12 to 18 were in Wichita over the weekend for the Mid America Youth Basketball championships.
A nearly 15-hour search for an armed 14-year-old boy wanted in Wisconsin has come to an end in eastern Minnesota. The teen is a suspect in the theft of two cars, a home burglary and high-speed chase in western Wisconsin Monday.
A southeastern Minnesota man has died after a tree fell onto a canopy that he was standing under, causing a metal part of it to hit him on the head. The Freeborn County Sheriff's Office says 70-year-old Daniel Crawford of Byron was killed in the accident Monday afternoon.
The Hennepin County Sheriff's Office is investigating after authorities say a man escaped custody following his arrest for a parole violation. Twenty-One-year-old Ryan McMahon has been charged with escape from custody in a July 27 incident at the county courthouse in Edina.
Seven young basketball players in Wichita for a weekend tournament are arrested after police say they went on an assault spree over the weekend. The boys were from Minneapolis, and ranged in age from 12 to 18 years old. Police say they were in town for the Mid America Youth Basketball tournament.
The Minnesota Department of Education and its student testing contractor have reached a settlement over spring testing glitches. Pearson, the vendor, will take $1 million off its new three-year contract and add up to nearly $4.7 million in services to settle with the state.
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