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Increased Enforcement of 'Move Over Law' Begins Monday

There will be extra law enforcement on the roads starting Monday in honor of a Minnesota State Patrol trooper's death 15 years ago...


  • Progress Made on Mural Featuring Minn. Native Bob Dylan in Downtown Mpls.

    Artists are making progress in downtown Minneapolis on a 60-foot-tall, 150-foot-wide portrait of folk musician and Minnesota native Bob Dylan. The mural is filling a whitewashed wall at the corner of Fifth Street and Hennepin Avenue. Brazilian artist Eduardo Kobra, who is known for his kaleidoscopic mural painting styles, is leading the project....

  • Belle Plaine Man Drowns in Water Treatment Plant

    A man was killed this month at the Belle Plaine Water Treatment plant, the Hennepin County Medical Examiner said. The incident happened at 3:50 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 5. The medical examiner said 56-year-old Jerome Connolly of Belle Plaine fell into a water treatment pool, sustained injuries and drowned...

  • Pickup Slams into Former Church in Duluth

    Significant damage was reported at a former church in Duluth after a pickup slammed into it Thursday. The driver told police his brakes went out and that he swerved to avoid traffic, ultimately hitting the Sacred Heart Music Center, which was a former church...

  • Man Dies in Elk River Townhome Fire

    One person was killed in a fire at a two-unit townhome Friday morning in Elk River. The fire was reported about 12:20 a.m. on the 1100 Block of 187th Avenue. Firefighters searched the home and found a man and a dog dead. People in an adjoining unit were able to escape, Fire Chief John Cunningham said...

  • No Quick Answer for UCare in Fight to Maintain Contracts

    A Minnesota judge says he'll decide next week whether to give UCare more time to win back its public health plan contracts. UCare sued state officials earlier this month, alleging the state arbitrarily cut them out during a statewide bidding process.,,

  • Employee Accused of Stealing $14K from Eagan Service Center

    An employee of an Eagan service center has been charged with theft after police say he stole thousands of dollars’ worth of gas and vehicle parts from the company. The theft was reported by the owner of Superior Service Center back on April 30, who said the theft started as early as December 2012...

  • Coon Rapids Police Use Phone Number to Catch Suspects in Cellphone Theft

    Two teenagers have been charged after police say they stole a woman’s cellphone at gunpoint after agreeing to meet up with her to buy it. The robbery was reported at 8:29 p.m. June 17 at the Cub Foods on Riverdale Drive Northwest in Coon Rapids. The suspects have since been charged...

  • Charlie's on Prior Set to Open in Fall

    The new restaurant that replaced Captain Jacks on Prior Lake is expected to open sometime this fall. Work to build Charlie’s on Prior started in April after Waterstreet Restaurants Group purchased the Captain Jack’s property. The demolition of the building started shortly after...

  • Public Meeting Discusses Changes to Trout Regulations on Vermillion River

    A public meeting has been scheduled to discuss possible changes to trout regulations on the Vermillion River in Dakota County. Under current regulations, rainbow trout can only be kept if they are caught in the city of Farmington...

  • One Dead after Car Crash near Swift County

    One person is dead after the car they were driving went off the road Thursday afternoon, the Minnesota State Patrol said. Christopher Kozar, 44, was driving south on Minnesota Highway 29 near Benson... 

  • Anoka-Ramsey Celebrates 50th Anniversary with 'Campus Showcase'

    Anoka-Ramsey Community College is showcasing all it has to offer during a 50th anniversary event this fall. The Campus Showcase features exhibits, performances, tours and refreshments. Highlights include liquid nitrogen ice cream from the chemistry department, a health fair, and hand massages from the nursing department...

  • 1 Dead in Douglas County Rollover Crash

    One person was killed in a rollover crash early Friday morning in Douglas County, the Minnesota State Patrol said. The crash happened at 3:48 a.m. on Minnesota Highway 29. A sport utility vehicle was going north on Highway 29 near the Pope and Douglas county lines when it went into the ditch...

  • New Ulm Teenager Killed in Car Crash

    A New Ulm teenager involved in a Thursday car crash has died. Zachary Hauser, 17, was driving east on Minnesota Highway 68 when his car collided with another car on U.S. Highway 169...

  • Protesters returned to the Bloomington dental office of a man who hunted Cecil the lion. Protesters Return Outside Dental Office of Lion Hunter

    Protesters returned for another demonstration Friday outside the office of a Bloomington dentist who admitting to killing Cecil the lion...

  • 5 Arrested in NW Wisconsin on Weapons, Drugs, Stolen Property Accusations

    Five people have been arrested in Douglas County, Wisconsin, on possible charges related to weapons, drugs and stolen property. Sheriff's deputies executed a search warrant at a rural property Thursday...






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