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21 min ago | TwinCities
There's no reason to let the admitted "Man in Black" bank robber withdraw his guilty pleas, and his desire to do so is just "buyer's remorse" after agreeing to a lengthy sentence, a federal prosecutor has told a federal judge.
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1 hr ago | TwinCities
Both sides of the debate over whether Minnesota needs to rewrite its school bullying law said Monday they would redouble their efforts when lawmakers return to the Capitol in February.
5 hrs ago | TwinCities
A White Bear Township man was charged with financial transaction card fraud after allegedly helping himself to Summit beer and a white Russian at a closed hotel bar.
9 hrs ago | TwinCities
ST. PAUL, Minn. - The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency is holding a series of public meetings this month to present its draft list of '"impaired waters" for 2014.
A St. Paul police officer fired at a man who turned toward him while armed with a gun Friday night, according to a charge filed against the man Monday.
Following a slew of complaints concerning the condition of St. Paul streets after the season's first snowfall, city officials promised changes to their plowing procedures -- including replacing the person in charge of them.
A Hampton Township man who was drunk when he crashed his pickup truck on a rural Dakota County road a year ago pleaded guilty Monday to one count of felony criminal vehicular homicide.
A Thanksgiving fish kill in Ramsey County's Lake Owasso has scientists slicing open dead fish, scouring academic literature and scratching their heads.
St. Paul will bolster its snow removal operation with more salters and plow trucks and changing leaders in the Public Works Department, Mayor Chris Coleman announced Monday.
The Minnesota Republican Party will move its state headquarters from Capitol Hill in St. Paul to a South Minneapolis neighborhood early next year.
Cindy Banchy, right, stands in her Eagan office with a wet-dry vacuum, along with Mario Juarez and his fiancee, Mary Moua.
In a world filled with battery-powered toys that buzz and flash, St. Paul toymaker Jeff Freeland Nelson seeks toys powered by simplicity and imagination.
The University of Minnesota's Raptor Center is a destination for visitors from around the state, but that wasn't always the case.
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