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St. Paul schools chief Joe Gothard scores positive marks

The superintendent chose not to seek a raise as part of the process.

Sigh of relief? Old Farmer's Almanac predicts milder winter

The yearly winter predictions call for above-normal temperatures almost everywhere in the U.S., except for the Southwest, where it’s expected to be colder than normal.

St. Paul residents' frustration with organized trash collection piling up

Collection hasn’t started, but some residents have already started a petition.

Advocacy group calls for changes in Minnesota law on rape and alcohol

Prosecutors say intoxication makes cases hard to prove.

Authorities: Security guard charged with impersonating state trooper to impress friend

The defendant is slated to make his initial court appearance on Wednesday morning.

More than a month after correctional officer's slaying, lockdown ends at Stillwater prison

Until a reconfiguration of the industry building is complete, offenders will not be participating.

Charges: Intoxicated driver left Becker golf club, fled police and killed teen in crash

His BAC was measured at .228 percent at the scene, according to authorities.

Former Hopkins mayoral candidate awaiting trial after alleged threat to kill federal judge

Robert Phillip Ivers, 65, alarmed residents after using racist language at candidate forum last year.

St. Paul's black leaders call for public's help ending gun violence

Activists said community members can contact them for help sharing information or turning themselves into police.

Charges filed in Uptown Minneapolis shooting, chase

The suspect remained jailed Tuesday on charges of first-degree assault and fleeing police in a motor vehicle, jail records show.

Thousands join in 'Super Eid' celebration at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis

The festivities Tuesday also included a carnival at the Commons park

The Minnesota State Fair is a 'secularly sacred' gathering for 2 million congregants

Humans have always loved fairs — for family, for fun, for food.

Rep. Erik Paulsen and Dean Phillips face off in first debate for Third District seat

The debate at a St. Louis Park hotel quickly grew testy, with both candidates attacking the other almost immediately.

Federal marshals removed from plane at MSP, cuffed; 1 of them 'flashed a gun'

Airport spokesman Patrick Hogan defended the airport officers’ actions and spelled out in detail why they had no choice but to detain the men.

Farmington dismisses longtime police chief amid resident objections

Residents rallied against the move that the City Council says was overdue.

Authorities: Immigrant in U.S. illegally killed Shakopee woman, slashed own throat

The man’s immigration status “is in question,” prompting notification to federal authorities of his arrest.