The attorney for a Minnesota homeowner accused of fatally shooting two teens breaking into his house is asking an appeals court to intervene in the case. Byron Smith's lawyer is asking the state Court of Appeals to review a Morrison County judge's decision to not dismiss a first-degree murder indictment against Smith.
An effort to clear a national backlog of veterans benefits claims is making things worse in Minnesota. County veterans services directors say it now takes as long as nine months to process claims that previously took about 90 days.
The legendary Marie Osmond, and her brother Donny, are bringing their Christmas show to Target Center later this month. The Donny & Marie Christmas Tour will stop in Minneapolis on Saturday, December 21st.
The Sauk Rapids City Council is expected to take another step tonight (Monday) in the plan to close the gap on Summit Avenue. City Engineer Terry Wotska says the council will be asked to approve the plans and specifications, and the authorization of bids during their council meeting tonight.
A 15-year-old Long Prairie boy suffered only minor injuries after the snowmobile he was driving collided with a semi. The Todd County Sheriff's Department says the incident happened at about 2:00 p.m. yesterday (Sunday) on County Road 33.
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