A leading college football player at Minnesota State University Mankato last season has been charged with attempted murder in what police say was a drug-related shooting. Twenty-five-year-old Dennis Carter, of Mankato, is charged in Scott County with second-degree attempted murder, first-degree assault and fleeing police. Carter is in jail on $75,000 bail.
A Minneapolis-based energy company says customers should pay for a $665 million project to rebuild a power plant in Monticello. Xcel Energy executives are defending their actions in an investigation conducted by utilities regulators.
St. Paul authorities have charged a man with moving the body of a woman who was found wrapped in a blanket outside. Sixty-four-year-old John Stanton Sr. was charged in Ramsey County court Tuesday with one count of interference with a dead body.
After years of searching, a Brainerd family has finally found an original painting of their late relative hanging in the Pentagon. Caralee Bjerkness traveled to Washington, D.C., with her 13-year-old grandson last week to see the painting of Roy Schellin.
A Little Falls man convicted of murdering two unarmed teenagers who broke into his home is contesting the restitution prosecutors are asking he pay for the deaths. Sixty-six-year-old Byron Smith took the stand Tuesday to testify about what had been stolen in a series of burglaries at his Little Falls home before the Thanksgiving Day 2012 shootings.
Experts say Minnesota farmers could be impacted by a decline in farmland prices. The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis found in its most recent quarterly survey that the state's farmland prices are on the decline.
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