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Family: 5-Year-Old Daughter Attacked While Waiting for School Bus in St. Paul

The family of a 5-year-old girl says she was sexually assaulted while waiting for a school bus to arrive Monday morning. It happened by Park Street and West Cook Avenue, according to investigators... 


  • St. Paul Shootings Reignite Debate About ShotSpotter Program

    A recent rash of shootings in St. Paul has at least one city council member re-thinking bringing gunfire recognition technology to the city. Ward 6 councilman Dan Bostrom originally brought the idea before the city council in 2014 and says he's thinking of doing it again...

  • Tyka Nelson, right, sits among lawyers at the first court hearing for her brother Prince's estate Monday in Chaska. Minnesota Judge Confirms Administrator for Prince Estate

    A Minnesota judge has confirmed the appointment of a special administrator to oversee the settlement of Prince's estate. Carver County District Judge Kevin Eide formalized his appointment last week of Bremer Trust to handle estate matters in the wake of Prince's death at age 57. The hearing was at Carver County Courthouse in Chaska...

  • Big Improvements Mean a Big Bill for Some Homeowners, Businesses in Lake Elmo

    The city of Lake Elmo plans to add a sewer system, water pipes, drains and sidewalks. The cost is also being spread out among hundreds of residential homeowners who live near downtown. Their assessments will range from $24,000 to $29,000. Currently, each address has its own septic system...

  • Siblings to Take Ownership of Prince's Music Catalog

    Questions still remain over Prince's invaluable music catalog and unreleased material from the vault inside Paisley Park. Minneapolis entertainment attorney Dan Satorius worked with Prince 20 years ago. Satorius says Prince's siblings will take control of his music catalog, likely worth hundreds of millions of dollars, because Prince had no known will...  

  • Canal boats float during the Inland Waterways Association's annual Canalway Cavalcade festival, at Little Venice, London on Monday. Since 1983, the festival has featured a gathering of decorated narrow boats taking part in competitions and parades. 5 Things You Might Have Missed Monday

    Here is a look at some news you might have missed on Monday...

  • Eighteen-year-old Elliott Dawson Hudson High School Student Killed in Bicycle Crash

    A bicyclist was killed after crashing into a parked car over the weekend. The crash was reported at 2:55 p.m. Friday on the 700 block of Vine Street in Hudson, Wisconsin. Officers from the Hudson Police Department arrived to find the 18-year-old bicyclist lying in the eastbound lanes of Vine Street...

  • State workers clear Interstate Highway 394 Monday after a fatal crash near Penn Avenue that closed the interstate for about two hours. KSTP's Traffic Reporter Almost Hit by Wrong-Way Driver that Caused Fatal Crash

    KSTP traffic reporter Sam Ryan had a close call on his way to work Monday morning. Ryan, a meteorologist who is filling in on the traffic desk, said he was almost hit by a wrong-way driver who later hit an SUV and was killed on Interstate 394...

  • Minnesota Troopers Help Deliver 2 Babies on Side of Road in Separate Incidents

    Minnesota State Troopers helped deliver two babies on the side of the road in separate incidents this weekend. The births were less than 48 hours apart. The first baby was born just after 1:30 p.m. Saturday on Minnesota Highway 77 near Minnesota Highway 62 in the south Metro. Trooper Jason Theel was called to the area on a report of a woman in labor...

  • Minnesota Muslim Group Responds to Profiling Allegations at MSP Airport

    Leaders of a Minnesota Muslim civil rights group responded to news that a Transportation Safety Administration employee was asked to target Somalis at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. Drew Rhoades, a TSA manager, told a U.S. House committee that he was instructed to provide names of Somali-American leaders who have visited the Twin Cities so they could be screened for terrorist ties...

  • Fifty-nine-year-old Thomas Michael Luby of South St. Paul South St. Paul Man Sentenced to 100 Years for Woman's Stabbing Death

    A South St. Paul man has been sentenced to 100 years in prison after he was convicted of stabbing a woman to death. Fifty-nine-year-old Thomas Michael Luby of South St. Paul was convicted of first-degree and second-degree murder on April 20. He was sentenced Monday to 100 years in prison...

  • Twenty-seven-year-old Sophia Bouwens of St. Paul Suspect in 2015 Hit-and-Run in St. Paul Pleads Guilty

    A woman charged in a March 2015 hit-and-run that left a mother of two with critical injuries has pleaded guilty. Thirty-one-year-old Danielle Sivels of St. Paul was arrested after the incident but was initially released without charges. She was later charged with three counts of criminal vehicular operation after DNA linked her to the crash...

  • Toddler Safe after Spending Night in Towed Car in North Dakota

    A toddler is safe after spending the night in a car that was towed after a traffic stop in North Dakota, ABC affiliate WDAY-TV reports. WDAY-TV says the tow truck driver was called at 2 a.m. Sunday to get the car in Fort Totten, North Dakota...

  • Minnesota Senate Building Minnesota Senate Wants to Spend $1.5 Billion on Construction Projects

    The Minnesota Senate announced Monday that it wants to spend $1.5 billion on construction projects. The plan was released Monday morning in a meeting of the Senate Capital Investment Committee. The Senate plan includes money for state colleges and universities, transportation, water treatment and public safety and a number of local projects...

  • Highway 280 and I-35W Interchange in Roseville Closes Monday for 6 Weeks

    Drivers, be prepared for detours in Roseville on Monday. Crews will be working on the reconstruction of the interchange at Minnesota Highway 280 and Interstate 35W beginning at 6 a.m. The closure spans from north of Broadway Street to I-35W...

  • Mesabi Academy in St. Louis County Investigators Probe Whether Northern Minnesota Academy Staff Reported Abuse

    Investigators and former and current employees of Mesabi Academy are raising concerns about conditions at Minnesota's largest private correctional facility for boys and whether it is following the proper channels in reporting allegations of maltreatment...







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