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U of Minn. Investigating Ex-Hockey Assistant Sex Allegations
The Athletic sports website reported the allegations against former assistant Thomas "Chico" Adrahtas.
Minnesota Prosecutor Defends Burrell Conviction
Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman said he's willing to meet with attorneys for Burrell.
Mankato Mother Charged With Murder in Child’s Death
Prosecutors have charged a Mankato woman accused of physically abusing her young son with murder after the boy died.
Minnesota Task Force Offers Steps to Reduce Police Shootings
A Minnesota working group on reducing police-involved deadly force encounters is recommending that officers should get better training in de-escalation skills and in dealing with people experiencing mental health crises.
Minnesota Schools Face Deficits Despite Budget Increase
Many Minnesota school districts face budget deficits despite the biggest single spending increase in last year's bipartisan two-year $540 million budget deal in education funding.
Nightclub Shooting Isn’t the First Violent Crime at the Bar
A deadly weekend shooting at a downtown Minneapolis nightclub isn't the first violent crime at the venue. A shooting early Sunday at Rouge at the Lounge killed one man and injured another.
Body Recovered from Mississippi River in Minneapolis
Authorities are working to learn the identify of a person whose body was recovered from the Mississippi River in Minneapolis.
Three Dead in Apparent Murder-Suicide in Twin Cities Home
Three people were found dead in a suburban Twin Cities home in what authorities are calling a murder-suicide.
Authorities: One Dead in Plane Crash in Central Minnesota
Authorities say one person has died in a plane crash in central Minnesota.
Minneapolis Pauses ID Program Due to Immigration Concerns
Minneapolis has put a plan to issue city identification cards on hold due to immigration concerns.