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Trump flag fallout: Jordan HS team pulls out of game at Minneapolis Roosevelt

Jordan was to have played Minneapolis Patrick Henry at the invitational event hosted at Minneapolis Roosevelt, but Jordan feared "something happening to the players."

Family of slain Madison woman sues employer

The family of a Madison woman who was fatally shot by her co-worker is suing the grocery store where she worked for allegedly knowing about her killer's behavior of harassing female employees and

4¾ years in prison for unlicensed driver with history of 'huffing' who killed 2 near St. Cloud

Charlie Barnett was driving the wrong way at the time of the crash.

Man shot dead in Minneapolis alley; 2 suspects flee on foot

Police officer located a gun on the victim. Vehicles fled the scene after many shots fired, according to witnesses.

Poor jailed while rich go free: Rethinking bail in Wisconsin

On a summer night in 2017, a police officer conducting a drunken-driving sweep in northeast Wisconsin tried to pull over an SUV after a check showed the owner had a revoked driver's license. The

Man dead after officer-involved shooting at St. Louis Park apartments

Incident at Louisiana Court Apartments began as a call on a domestic dispute.

Minneapolis Central Library opens vinyl listening room to share collection

The library hosted the first event in its new "Vinyl Revival" series, which aims to bring attention to the thriving audio format.

Buyer of troubled St. Paul parking ramp was FBI informant on Chicago corruption

Capital City Plaza Parking Ramp is being sold after failing to make enough money to pay the debt used to build it.

University of Minnesota focuses on enlisting bystanders to fight sexual assault

The effort, which costs more than $740,000 in its first two years, culminates this academic year with a public awareness campaign and workshops.

More lenient state laws leave Minnesota one of only two 3.2 beer states

Beer snobs are raising their mugs to a stronger brew in three states that once forbade grocers from selling anything but low-alcohol brands, and the changes could indirectly chill the industry in two

In Minneapolis Police Chief Arradondo, housing reformists see unlikely ally

Police chief calls it not just a moral obligation, but a matter of public safety.

Twin Cities nonprofits report no drop in donations after first year of tax changes

In first year of new rules for giving, the negative effect that some had feared has not materialized.

Rochester airport sets record passenger count in 2018

The ramp-up follows a general quickening of the Rochester economy in recent years.

Minnesota's historic Albany Roller Mills closing up shop

Changes in agriculture and years of wear lead to teardown.