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Police: Fatal Shooting in Rochester Drug Related
Police say a fatal shooting in Rochester was drug-related. The shooting happened Friday afternoon outside an apartment building.
Minneapolis Man Charged With Absentee Ballot Fraud
Hennepin County prosecutors have charged a 22-year-old Minneapolis man with 13 felony counts of voting fraud.
Suspect Arrested After School Marked by Swastika
Police in a Minneapolis suburb have arrested a suspect after a swastika and other offensive graffiti was found at an elementary school.
State Fair GOP Booth Volunteer Reports Sexual Assault
Police at the Minnesota State Fair say they're investigating after a volunteer at the Republican Party booth reported being groped through her clothes after a political argument with another woman.
Murder Suspect Arrested After Pursuit
Police say a murder suspect is in custody following a rush-hour pursuit and manhunt that ended in Fridley.
Mall of America Attacker Gets 19 Years In Prison
A man who threw a 5-year-old boy from a third-floor balcony at the Mall of America in Minnesota has been sentenced to 19 years in prison.
Klobuchar Releases Taxes, Urges Trump To Do Same
Democratic presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar is releasing her latest tax return as she calls on President Donald Trump to "quit hiding from the American people" and make his returns public.
Walmart is Getting Rid of Greeters, Disabled Workers Worried
As Walmart moves to phase out its familiar blue-vested ``greeters'' at some 1,000 stores nationwide, disabled workers who fill many of those jobs say they're being ill-treated by a chain that styles itself as community-minded and inclusive.
Gannett Turns Down $1.36B Buyout Offer
The publisher of USA Today, The St. Cloud Times and other newspapers is rejecting a $1.36 billion buyout from a hedge-fund backed media group with a history of taking over newspapers and slashing jobs.
Vikings Sign 1st-Rounder Hughes, Complete Draft Class Deals
The Minnesota Vikings have signed first-round pick Mike Hughes, putting their entire eight-player draft class under contract the week before training camp begins.
Ratings Decline: Nielson Says 103.4 Million Watch Super Bowl
An estimated 103.4 million people watched the Philadelphia Eagles beat the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl, the smallest audience for television's biggest yearly event since 2009.
Minnesota Lawyers Come to Immigrants’ Aid for Free
Changes in immigration policy are prompting some Minnesota lawyers to pursue immigration cases for free.