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Suspect Wounded When Gun Fires During Police Pat Down
Authorities say a suspect was wounded when his handgun fired during a pat down search by police in St. Paul.
Judge Won’t Stop Minneapolis Homeless Encampment Sweeps
A federal judge has rejected an attempt to stop the evictions of homeless people from encampments in Minneapolis parks.
Trump Officials End Gray Wolf Protections Across Most of US
The Trump administration has removed gray wolves in most of the U.S. from the endangered species list.
GOP Campaigns Ask That Late Absentee Ballots be Separated
The campaigns for President Donald Trump and Republican state legislative candidates in Minnesota are petitioning the Minnesota Supreme Court to separate all mailed ballots received after Election Day in case of legal challenges to their validity.
60 Charged in $300M Phone Scam Targeting Elderly Victims
Sixty people are charged in a widespread magazine telemarketing scam that authorities say netted $300 million from more than 150,000 elderly and vulnerable people nationwide.
Group Asks Regulators to Check Enbridge’s Pipeline Capacity
An environmental group is asking Minnesota utility regulators to investigate Enbridge's additions to its existing oil pipeline capacity which could make the company's controversial new $2.6 billion pipeline unnecessary.
A Minnesota man with 28 arrests for drunken driving has died weeks after leaving prison fo…
A Minnesota man with 28 arrests for drunken driving has died weeks after leaving prison for his latest offense.
Court Hears Challenge to Minnesota Mail-In Ballots Extension
Republicans who oppose Minnesota's seven-day extension for counting absentee ballots beyond Election Day say that unless it is blocked, thousands of people whose ballots arrive after Nov. 3 will risk having their votes disqualified.
Snowfall Temporarily Stalls Falls Harvest in Minnesota
The October snowfall has temporarily stalled Minnesota's fall harvest.
Law Enforcement Cracks Down on Minneapolis Street Racing
Law enforcement officers pulled over more than 100 vehicles in a crackdown on drag racing in downtown Minneapolis and surrounding suburbs this past weekend.