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St. Paul Teachers, School District Talk As Strike Looms
Negotiations continue in an effort to avert a teachers' strike set for Tuesday in the St. Paul School District.
Minnesota Teens Start Sports Rental Equipment Program
Three Minneapolis residents have started a sports equipment and winter clothing rental program in a neighborhood where access to such gear is limited.
Minnesota City Considers Loosening Food Truck Regulations
Leaders of a southeast Minnesota city are considering easing local laws on food trucks. The Winona City Council is considering changes that would allow food trucks to operate in more places and expand their hours.
Authorities Say Clay County Deputy Shot At Man With Knife
Authorities say a Clay County deputy shot at a man who was armed with a knife at a home in the northwestern Minnesota town of Sabin.
Election May Test Anti-Trump Winds, Affect Senate Control
A special election for a Cottage Grove-area state Senate seat could give a sharper picture of a midterm swoon for Republicans and cue up a fight for control of the Senate.
BCA Identifies Maple Grove Officer Who Shot, Wounded Man
Authorities have released the name of a Maple Grove police officer who shot and wounded a knife-wielding man during a confrontation.
St. Joseph Couple to be Involved in Winter Olympics
A central Minnesota couple will be involved in speed skating at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, this month.
Winter Storm Pounding Midwest Blamed for 2 Deaths
A winter storm pounding the Midwest caused at least two deaths Friday, authorities said, while closing schools and forcing the cancellation of hundreds of flights.
Man Accused In Priest Attack Believed Girlfriend Was Raped
Court documents unsealed Friday show a Minnesota man charged with attacking and trying to kill a priest in North Dakota believed the priest had sexually assaulted the man's girlfriend.
Head of FBI for Minnesota, Dakotas to Retire
The head of the FBI for Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota is retiring.