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Searchers for Missing Swimmer Find Body in Anoka County Lake
Anoka County authorities who were searching Lake George in suburban Oak Grove for a missing swimmer have recovered a man's body.
Father Dies Trying to Rescue his Toddler from Minnesota Lake
Authorities say a father died while trying to save his 3-year-old child who fell from a bridge into a northwestern Minnesota lake.
Cameras at Minnesota Sentencings Pull Back Curtain on Courts
Recent video coverage of high-profile sentencings is helping pull back the curtain on what happens in Minnesota courts.
Combat Ship Named for Twin Cities Splashes Down for Launch
A shipyard on the border between Wisconsin and Michigan was for one day crowded with Minnesotans to watch the launch of the U.S. Navy's newest combat ship, named in honor of the Twin Cities.
Police Union: Chief Violated Law in Case of 5 Fired Officers
The president of the St. Paul police union says the city's police chief broke a state law by revealing details about a case that cost five officers their jobs.
Hiring Events at State Prisons Aim to Boost Officer Ranks
Minnesota has been holding employment fairs at state prisons with the aim of hiring more correctional officers.
Nurses Strike Deal with Children’s Hospitals of Minnesota
Nurses have reached a tentative agreement on a new three-year contract with Children's Hospitals of Minnesota after union nurses had authorized their negotiating team to call for a strike.
Walz to Release More Daily Details, But Not Full Calendar
Gov. Tim Walz plans to release additional details about what he does each day, but won't publicize full details about his daily calendar.
Minnesota Lawyer Sentenced to 14 Years for Porn Scheme
A federal judge has sentenced a Minneapolis lawyer to 14 years in prison for running a porn-related scheme.
Minnesota Regents Expand Alcohol Sales to Basketball, Hockey
University of Minnesota regents have voted to allow beer and wine sales in the general seating sections of the school's basketball and hockey arenas.