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Man Shot, Killed by Police in St. Paul

St. Paul police shot and killed a man who one witness said threw rocks at an officer and punched him.

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Minnesota Experiencing Strong Summer Travel Season

Minnesota is experiencing a strong summer travel season despite its late start and high water levels in some areas. Explore Minnesota Tourism says it's the fifth year in a row of continued growth in travel.

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FEMA Rejects Dakota County For Disaster Declaration

The federal government has denied Minnesota's request to add Dakota County to a disaster declaration for recent severe storms and flooding.

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St. Anthony Sued By Federal Government Over Rejection Of Islamic Center

The federal government plans to sue the city of St. Anthony for rejecting a proposed Islamic center a couple of years ago. U.S. Attorney Andrew Luger is set to formally announce the civil rights lawsuit at a news conference Wednesday afternoon.

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Life In Prison For Man Who Killed Mother, Nephew

A man convicted of killing his mother and teenage nephew with a sword in Minneapolis has been sentenced to life in prison without parole. Ishmael Roberts was convicted of two counts of first-degree premeditated murder in the October 2012 deaths of 57-year-old Beatrice Wilson and her 14-year-old grandson, Peter.

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Standout Mankato Football Player Charged In Shooting

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.

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Xcel Energy Defends $665 Million Monticello Plant Project

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.

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6 Arrests in Northland Human Trafficking Sting

Authorities conducting a human trafficking sting in northeastern Minnesota and northwestern Wisconsin have made six arrests.

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Security Enhanced At University Of Minnesota

University of Minnesota is stepping up security on the Twin Cities campus this year. Students may notice additional police, stricter access to buildings and more discussions about safety.

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St. Paul Man Charged With Moving Woman’s Body

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.

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