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Hennepin County Sheriff investigates stun gun-related death
The Hennepin County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of a man who hit his head after a Brooklyn Center police officer shot him with a stun gun. ...
Snow likely tonight; 1 to 3 inches by daybreak Sunday
The snow-making system that has been showing up on the computer models since midweek is just beginning to show mixed precipitation in North Dakota. The most recent short term model output continues the trend of lighter amounts, with no clear bulls-eye of heavy accumulation. Snow, mixed at times wit ...
Video purports to show beheaded Japanese hostage
Tokyo has called a video purporting to show one of two Japanese hostages holding a picture of his beheaded fellow captive "outrageous" and "unacceptable" after a deadline for payment of a $200 million passed on Friday. ...
It's back: Crashed Ice returns to St. Paul
Skaters from around the world have come back to St. Paul for the Red Bull Crashed Ice competition. ...
Big plans for Smallest Museum in St. Paul
Minnesota is home to grand museums, but its newest -- and smallest -- will find its home in a vintage fire hose cabinet. ...
Two sick twins, but father can only donate 1 liver
Could you choose which of your kids to save if their lives depended on it? ...
The unstoppable tradition of the book club
From secret meetings to Oprah Winfrey, book clubs have a rich and storied history. Now Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's on the scene. ...
Cathedral of St. Paul celebrates centennial
Sunday marks the Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul, and the Cathedral is marking the occasion by opening of a year of celebration for one of Minnesota's most iconic buildings. ...
So long, Ernie Banks
Nothing can make a person feel older than when your earliest baseball heroes die. Ernie Banks has died. ...
Mpls. blesses Comcast merger, gets some free cable
Thirty Minneapolis city buildings will get free basic cable for the next seven years in exchange for the city blessing a Comcast-Time Warner merger. ...
Work week ends mildly; tracking Saturday night snow
After a relatively mild start to the work week, with above normal temperatures. An arctic surge may startle us later next week. ...
Cargill exec, ex-U.S. Treasury chief warn of climate change risks
Extreme heat events caused by climate change could transform the Midwest's economy, a Cargill executive and a former treasury secretary told a Minneapolis business crowd on Friday. ...
Blaine burglary suspect shot by police is identified, charged
Lamar Allen Sullivan-Armstrong was shot by police in Blaine Thursday after he allegedly ran at officers with a knife. The state Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is investigating. ...
Auto loan surge fuels fears of another subprime crisis
Auto dealers are extending loans to a growing number of people with weak credit, and more of them are having trouble making payments. ...
U acknowledges gender-discrimination complaint
The U says federal officials plan to conduct a review of the athletics department. ...
Leaky blood vessels in the brain may lead to Alzheimer's
As vessels become more porous, researchers say, they allow toxins in the bloodstream to reach -- and damage -- delicate brain cells. ...
Salmonella worry leads to pet food recall
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture is alerting consumers about the recall of Purr-Complete Feline Poultry Meal over possible contamination. ...
Taking antibiotics during travel fosters drug-resistant germs
Scientists say taking antibiotics when visiting developing countries opens the door for a dangerous visitor in the GI tract. ...
Hoffman pleads guilty in slaying of Boston Scientific exec
Lyle Hoffman was charged with shooting Kelly Phillips to death in the parking lot of a Holiday gas station in Arden Hills on Aug. 11. ...
PoliGraph: Senjem’s Social Security claims correct
State Sen. Dave Senjem says Minnesota is among a few states that tax Social Security benefits. ...
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