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Harteau Sworn In As Minneapolis Police Chief

Minneapolis has sworn in Janee Harteau (juh-NAY' HAR'-toh) as the city's new police chief.

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UPDATE: All-Clear In Police Search of Minneapolis Building

Minneapolis police have given the all-clear after searching a downtown office building on a report of possible shots fired.

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Arts Take Lead for Bridge Collapse Anniversary

The Minnesota arts community is mounting several works to mark the upcoming fifth anniversary of the Minneapolis bridge collapse.

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Young Boy Killed by Stray Bullet in Minneapolis

Police say a young boy has died after he was struck by a stray bullet while sleeping on a couch at a Minneapolis home Tuesday. Authorities say the child, five or six years old, was sleeping on a couch when he was hit about 8:30 a.m. Adults in the home called 911 and the boy was rushed to North Memorial Medical Center where he was pronounced dead.

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Minneapolis Council Wants Vikings Referendum

The Minnesota Vikings may finally be warming to a new football stadium at the Metrodome site, but the Minneapolis City Council is not sold.

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About 100 in Minneapolis Protest Campaign Finance Ruling

About 100 people are demonstrating outside the federal courthouse in Minneapolis against a landmark Supreme Court ruling that opened the door for corporations and labor unions to pour more money into politics.

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Minneapolis Sets Warm-Weather Record

The unseasonably high temperature across the state set some new daily records in the Twin Cities and St. Cloud.

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Downtown Minneapolis Football Site Unresolved

The question of where exactly to put a new Minnesota Vikings stadium if it ends up in downtown Minneapolis remains unsettled. The city's Downtown Council is unveiling a 15-year development plan Wednesday morning that envisions a stadium at one of two sites near Target Field.

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Minneapolis Mayor Pitches Plan to Keep Vikings in Town

City officials in Minneapolis say a new stadium for the Minnesota Vikings could be built more cheaply there than in the eastern suburbs.

Mayor R.T. Rybak emerged from a private meeting with Gov. Mark Dayton on Monday to say he thinks the most realistic way to pay for a new stadium is with a citywide sales tax increase.

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Robbery Suspect Fatally Shot in Minneapolis

Minneapolis police say a man who shot and killed an armed robber who was attacking a woman has been released.

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