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Father Charged With Causing Death of 3-Year-Old Son
The father of a toddler who died last week in Wilkin County has been charged with causing his son's death.
The Latest: Source: Fed Probe of Prince Death Now Inactive
As the state of Minnesota ends its investigation into Prince's death without criminal charges, federal authorities say they haven't gotten any credible evidence to support charges either.
Attacks At Oak Park Heights Prison Rise Significantly
Attacks on employees and inmates at a Minnesota prison that houses the state's most violent offenders are on the rise.
Mother, Son Identified As Victims of Perham Homicides
Authorities have identified a mother and son as the victims of a double homicide at a rural Perham home.
BWCA School Trust Lands Dispute Moves Closer to Resolution
Minnesota and the U.S. Forest Service are closer to solving a decades-old dispute over 83,000 acres of state-owned land locked up inside the Boundary Waters Canoe Area.
Freedom-Of-Information Activist Wins Legal Fight With County
A Minneapolis freedom-of-information activist has claimed victory in his long-running legal battle to see emails from the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office pertaining to biometric technologies.
Minnesota Law Enforcement, Truckers Fight Human Trafficking
People in the trucking and busing industries are meeting in St. Paul to learn how to spot and respond to suspected human trafficking.
Supreme Court Upholds Audit Law, Ending Otto’s Lawsuit
The Minnesota Supreme Court has upheld a 2015 law limiting State Auditor Rebecca Otto's duties.
Third Teen Arrested in Fatal Party Bus Fight
The third teen charged in a fatal melee involving rival gangs on a party bus in Inver Grove Heights has been arrested, more than three weeks after the shooting.
Judge Orders Woman to Remain Jailed Pending Terror Trial
A federal judge has ordered a 20-year-old Minneapolis woman to remain jailed as she awaits trial on charges she tried to travel to Afghanistan to join al-Qaida and set fires at a college campus.