A new report card on the Mississippi River finds signs that the river's health is improving. But the State of the River Report issued Wednesday also calls for protecting the river against emerging contaminants, such as microplastic fibers and chloride, and agricultural pollution.
Police checking on the welfare of a family in White Bear Lake discovered the bodies of a woman and her adult son and arrested the son's twin brother on possible charges of financially exploiting a vulnerable adult.
Mankato police are investigating the death of a man and critical injuries to a woman following a disturbance call to the couple's home. First responders found a 46-year-old woman with head injuries inside the house Monday.
Some residents of a small community south of the Twin Cities say one business owner's sign is giving the city a bad name. Treats Family Restaurant owner Dan Ruedinger has a sign outside his business in Lonsdale that advertises his menu.
The stabbings at a St. Cloud mall, attributed to a young Somali man, are being treated by federal investigators as a potential act of terrorism after the Islamic State claimed the suspect had heeded its calls for attacks in countries that are part of a U.S.-led anti-Islamic State coalition.
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