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Police identify man killed in shooting outside bar as 40-year-old from St. Paul
A man died after he was shot on Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018, in the 800 block of Rice Street in St. Paul. (Courtesy of St. Paul police department)
North Branch participates in state sustainability program
The city of North Branch is currently striving for GreenStep city status, about which North Branch Deputy City Clerk Ragina Varma gave a presentation during the North Branch City Council meeting Oct. 9.Minnesota GreenStep Cities is a voluntary program started by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agenc
Girl seriously injured in 50-foot fall from rocks in Taylors Falls
Instead, the Taylors Falls Fire Department used boats to get to the girl before taking her to shore, where she was treated by Lakes Regions EMS.
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Kinngait StudiosFRIDAY:Kinngait Studios: Printmaking in the Arctic CircleKinngait Studios, part of the West Baffin cooperative that opened in Nunavut, Canada, in 1959, supports Native artists interested in exploring the aesthetic possibilities of printmaking. Over the past 70 years, those artists’ w
Man found unconscious in NR school parking lot found with dr...
St. Croix County officers found Jordan Feyen with a number of drugs including LSD and cocaine, along with almost $1,300 in his possession on Oct. 16. He was also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.Feyen is facing one count of possession of cocaine with intent to deliver, heightened by bei
Oakdale tobacco store owner charged with evading $918,000 in sales tax
Prosecutors say the owner of an Oakdale tobacco shop evaded paying $918,000 in sales tax.Hatem Amin Younis, 47, was charged Thursday in Washington County District Court with 43 tax-related crimes. Younis, who lives in Afton, is the owner of Super Smokedale Tobacco, which also has retail locations in
Woman charged with embezzling over $36,000 from Coon Rapids hockey booster club
The club hired a private accounting firm to perform a forensic audit of its financial accounts, and it determined there was a total of $36,176.16 in non-club-related transactions from May 2016 to July 2018, according to the complaint.
16-year-old driver causes crash that injured 4 others
At 9:05 a.m., a Dodge Caravan driven by Wanda Lee Demarre, 51, of Randall was traveling west on Minnesota Highway 27 at Todd County Road 11 in Little Sauk Township east of Osakis.
$14.8M Mansion Is Minnesota's Most Expensive Home For Sale
DEEPHAVEN, MN — Minnesota's most expensive piece of real estate for sale is a five-bedroom mansion in Hennepin County's Deephaven. It costs a chunk of change, but pennies compared to the nine-figure properties in some of America's hottest real estate markets.
Amery man taken to hospital after 2-vehicle crash in Stanton
According to St. Croix County Sheriff Scott Knudson, the crash occurred at 8:52 p.m. Oct. 17 at State Highway 64 and County Road T when a 2003 Chevy Malibu heading northbound on T, driven by 18-year-old Dominic Wilkens, pulled out from a stop sign in front of a westbound 2016 Ford Taurus, driven by
Weekend closures planned for westbound Highway 10 and ramp to Highway 65 in Blaine
The ramp from westbound Highway 10 to Highway 65 in Blaine will close this weekend for construction of an additional lane on the ramp to carry traffic to southbound Highway 65, according to MnDOTThe ramp is scheduled to close by 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19, to allow crews to build the new lane along the
Child, 10, In Serious Condition After 50-Foot Fall From Cliff
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) –A 10-year-old is in serious condition after falling 50 feet from a cliff Thursday at Interstate State Park in Taylors Falls.The Chisago County Sheriff’s Office says the fall happened just after 2 p.m. on the cliffs near the St. Croix River.Emergency crews used on boat to get to t
Stormwater overflow near St. Croix causes concern
Photo by Hannah DavisAfter heavy rains in late September, sediment flowed down Middle Creek in Scandia. The creek feeds into the St. Croix River, which also experienced increased sedimentation.
Charges: Woman stole squad car, bit trooper
MONTICELLO TOWNSHIP, Minn. (KMSP)- A 36-year-old Buffalo woman is facing multiple charges after she allegedly stole a police squad car, led law enforcement on a 19-mile chase and later bit a state patrol trooper.
'Little Free Library' creator Todd Bol dies at 62
Nine years ago, Bol made his first Little Free Library using wood from an old garage door, and erected it in the front yard of his home in Hudson, Wisconsin, honoring the memory of his mother who died in 2001.
Special needs support grows through merger
Submitted photoESR, Inc. a private nonprofit agency that supports adults with developmental disabilities and other special needs in Washington County, has merged with Rise, a similar Minnesota-based nonprofit. The merge will help clients of ESR get more one-on-one time with support professionals and
As hunt for Wisconsin teen presses on, details about parents' slaying expected
BARRON, WIS. — Authorities in this northwestern Wisconsin town say they expect to reveal details Wednesday about the killing of a couple whose teenage daughter remains the subject of a frantic nationwide search since she was last seen at a family gathering Sunday.Dozens of investigators have been di
DEVELOPING: 1 dead in St. Paul after shooting Wednesday night
ST. PAUL, Minn. - One man is dead after a shooting around 11 p.m. on the night of Tuesday, Oct. 17. St. Paul police are currently investigating. According to a press release from the City of St. Paul, officers were dispatched to the 800 block of Rice Street at approximately 11 p.m. after a report o
Altercation outside St. Paul bar ends with man fatally shot
Officers were called to a shooting in the 800 block of Rice Street, outside Born’s Bar, at about 11 p.m. Wednesday. They found a man who was shot and also recovered two handguns, said Steve Linders, a St. Paul police spokesman.
19-year-old admits to unintentionally murdering 21-year-old during dice game near Harding High School
Devan L. Goode refused to hand over money to Malik Turner who attempted to rob him and some friends in St. Paul last summer. Turner, 19, told a judge Wednesday that he then proceeded to pistol-whip Goode with his 9mm handgun.