Minnesota lawmakers are wading into a debate over access to footage caught on police body cameras. A law enforcement-backed proposal to put strict limits on who sees body camera videos was introduced Thursday in the House. A Senate version isn't far behind.
The State Patrol says a 19-year-old man was killed when his pickup collided head-on with a snowplow in northeastern Minnesota. The crash happened around 9:50 p.m. Wednesday on Highway 2 east of Floodwood.
An elementary school student is recovering after a school bus ran over his legs as he got off a bus in Pelican Rapids. The boy was exiting the bus Wednesday afternoon when he tripped and another bus that was coming to park ran over his legs.
A southern Minnesota man is accused of choking his girlfriend and biting off part of her ear after earlier setting her cat on fire. A charging document filed in Carver County says Michael Anthony Trudeau argued with the woman at her apartment in Chaska last Sunday and threatened to kill her.
A Nebraska-based food company has announced it will stop producing a rye cracker made exclusively at a Minneapolis plant. According to a statement released Wednesday, ConAgra has decided to stop making RyKrisp crackers due to low demand, although the product was once popular among dieters and Scandinavians.
A Minnesota lawmaker wants parents who don't vaccinate their children to meet with a doctor first. Rep. Mike Freiberg has a bill that would require those parents to learn about vaccines and their impact on diseases from a health care provider.
St. Paul police are investigating a group assault in a downtown skyway that left a 23-year-old man with a bloody face and his 59-year-old friend with a broken wrist. Both victims said Tuesday they believe the Jan. 19 attack in the Town Square skyway area of the Bremer Tower was gang-related.
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