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Popular Mpls. South High Music Director Mysteriously Resigns

5 EYEWITNESS NEWS has learned the long-time music director at Minneapolis South High School resigned just one week after a complaint was filed against him with Minneapolis Public Schools. Scott Carter taught at South High for 21 years and, as director of the band and jazz ensemble, the school's music program won numerous awards and was recognized nationally...



  • Minnesota HMOs Get Billions of Tax Dollars; Financial Books Now Private Data

    A new law passed by the Minnesota Legislature allows the five HMOs that run Medicaid and MNsure to keep their books closed to public scrutiny. Medica, U-Care, Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Minnesota, HealthPartners and PreferredOne are no longer subject to the Minnesota Data Practices Act...

  • Susan Pagnac believes her daughter is still alive and may have been a victim of human trafficking. Mother of Amy Sue Pagnac: We Have No Reason to Believe She's Dead

    Maple Grove Police are not releasing any new details as to why they are searching the home where 13-year-old Amy Sue Pagnac lived when she went missing in 1989. Law enforcement started to search the home on the 9700 block of Hemlock Lane North around 9 a.m. Sunday...

  • 'White Privilege' Survey Sparks Debate in St. Paul Public Schools

    It's part of a larger racial equity training program, but there are some employees at the St. Paul Public School District who are not crazy about an optional survey called "White Privilege."

  • 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS Investigates Flaw in Security of Popular Websites

    Your bank, your email, and your favorite retailer - your online accounts with all three - could be vulnerable to an attack almost any hacker could pull off. 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS first told you about this security gap months ago. We put the websites you visit the most to the test once again to find out which ones are now properly protecting you...

  • New Terror Recruit Video Targets Minnesotans

    A new recruitment video from the terrorist group Al-Shabab, specifically targets young Somali men in the Twin Cities. Throughout the nearly three minute video posted to YouTube, a man speaking English says the video is a "message to the youth out west." They specifically appeal to local Somali's with a fake airline boarding pass. The fictitious flight departs from Minnesota and arrives in Mogadishu...  








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