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7 Minnesota Youth Basketball Players Accused of Assault Spree

Seven young basketball players in Wichita for a weekend tournament are arrested after police say they went on an assault spree over the weekend. The boys were from Minneapolis, and ranged in age from 12 to 18 years old. Police say they were in town for the Mid America Youth Basketball tournament.

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Vendor Settles Over Minnesota Student Testing Disruption

The Minnesota Department of Education and its student testing contractor have reached a settlement over spring testing glitches. Pearson, the vendor, will take $1 million off its new three-year contract and add up to nearly $4.7 million in services to settle with the state.

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Delta Says It’s Banning Shipment of Hunting ‘Trophies’

Delta Air Lines is having a major change of heart about shipping hunting trophies. The carrier announced Monday afternoon that it would no longer accept lion, leopard, elephant, rhinoceros and buffalo trophies.

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St. Paul Police: Robbery Suspect Shot, Killed By Victim

Police say a West St. Paul teenager allegedly trying to rob people in St. Paul was shot and killed by one of his victims. Investigators said four juvenile suspects tried to rob two adults Friday night

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Pierre Collins. Photo Courtesy of Hennepin County Sheriff's Office
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UPDATE: Pierre Collins Pleads Guilty to Killing 10-Year-Old Son

A Minnesota father charged with killing his 10-year-old son and throwing the boy in the river has been sentenced to 40 years in prison. Pierre Collins long denied any involvement in the death of his son, Barway.

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Lake Mille Lacs Businesses Brace for Impact of Walleye Curbs

Lake Mille Lacs business owners are bracing from a financial hit when fisherman are stopped from reeling in walleye. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources was closing the walleye season Monday night on the giant lake after the year's catch quota was exceeded.

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Dayton To Return To Mille Lacs After ‘Dark Day’ For Walleye

The sudden end to the walleye fishing season on Lake Mille Lacs has Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton ramping up plans for a special session to help area resorts and considering changes to the local Department of Natural Resource personnel there.

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Dakota County Begins DNA Collection

A county south of the Twin Cities begins collecting DNA samples from people arrested and charged with violent crimes. Previously an individual had to be convicted before a DNA sample could be collected.

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State to Close Mille Lacs Lake for Walleye Fishing Monday

The Department of Natural Resources is closing Mille Lacs Lake for walleye fishing at 10 p.m. on Monday.

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Man Dies After Being Trapped Under Flipped Pontoon

A Minnesota man is dead after he was trapped under a pontoon when it flipped over.

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