A lot of Americans seem willing to head out to the malls, right after Thanksgiving dinner. The Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota, says it drew 100,000 customers between 5 p.m. yesterday and 1 a.m. today.
Authorities say a driver who backed into a couple outside a St. Paul bar didn't wait for police to order him to the ground. The complaint says 30-year-old Darnell Maurice Cooper of Minneapolis told officers: "I am the one you want.
Tighter federal air pollution rules aimed at reducing smog and the health risks from it could affect Minnesota. Minnesota currently complies with the federal ozone limit of 75 parts per billion. But the Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday proposed lowering that limit to between 65 and 70.
A seventh-grader at Minnetonka Middle School West in Excelsior is facing a felony charge of making terroristic threats. The principal sent out an email Thursday saying the parent of a fellow student told officials that the 13-year-old Shorewood boy was threatening her child and had a list of students he wanted to kill.
Around 70 emergency responders spent much of their Thanksgiving Day fighting a two-alarm fire at a Hibbing apartment building. A neighbor told the fire department that flames were shooting out of the first floor of the two-story building around 2:30 p.m. Thursday.
Six cars of a Union Pacific train that was heading to St. Paul went off the tracks in Mankato. The train was not carrying hazardous materials and there were no injuries when the derailment happened about 2:30 a.m. Thursday.
One Minnesota nonprofit is cutting ties with Savers after a state report alleged the company has deceived the public about the amount of proceeds that actually go to charity. True Friends is dropping Savers as a fundraising partner.
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