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Savage Fire Chief Resigns After Three Months on the Job
Savage Fire Chief Andrain Roach has resigned after only three months on the job.
Minneapolis City Council OKs Settlement in Police Shooting
The Minneapolis City Council has approved a $200,000 settlement for the family of a black man who was killed by police in 2015.
Appeals Court Reinstates Lawsuit Over Same-Sex Wedding Video
A federal appeals court has reinstated a lawsuit filed by two Minnesota filmmakers who want the right to refuse to film same-sex weddings.
Some Call for Expanded Lifeguarding on Duluth’s Beaches
The ever-present danger of rip currents in Lake Superior has some people in Duluth calling for more to be done to improve public safety.
No Sherburne County Expansion for Immigration Holds
Sherburne County's jail won't be expanding to take more immigration detainees.
Suit Says Minnesota Company Fired Worker Over Using Crutches
A Minnesota-based payroll servicing company is being sued by a federal agency for allegedly firing an employee because she needed crutches after surgery.
Prohibited Invasive Species Found in Ramsey County Lake
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says it has found zebra mussels in McCarron Lake in Ramsey County.
Two Tour Buses Crash Near Minnesota State Fair, Eight Injured
Two tour buses have collided near the Minnesota State Fairgrounds just as the event was getting underway.
Woman Fatally Shot in Brooklyn Park, Man in Custody
Police have arrested a man for fatally shooting a woman in a retail parking lot in Brooklyn Park.
Officers Write 678 Citations in First Week of Hands-Free Law
Minnesota Department of Public Safety officials say officers cited 678 drivers across the state during the first week of the new hands-free cellphone law.