Minnesota News
  • President Signs Every Child Succeeds Bill

    (NPR/Washington D.C.) President Obama called it “a Christmas miracle. A bipartisan bill signing right here.” NPR reports the “right here” was the South Court Auditorium, part of the White House complex. More importantly, the bipartisan …

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    11 Dec 15
  • indictment

    CHASKA, Minn. (AP) — Two men have been indicted on first-degree felony murder charges in the death of a 90-year-old man who was robbed in his rural Carver County home. Thirty-five-year-old Reinol Vergara and 30-year-old …

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    10 Dec 15
  • Dwayne Case

    (Olivia, MN) A Franklin man pleaded guilty Wednesday to killing a woman with an arrow after an apparent argument while they shared a remote campsite in Renville County. The West Central Tribune reports 29-year-old Dwayne Alan …

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    10 Dec 15
  • Gwen Butcher

    A conference to discuss the charges against a rural Hutchinson woman who has been accused of aiding Robert Nuttall in the murder of an Annandale man is scheduled for next week. A settlement conference has …

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    09 Dec 15
  • paramedic

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A Minnesota lawmaker says he plans to introduce a bill making it a felony to interfere with emergency medical workers. Republican state Rep. Pat Garofalo of Farmington said Tuesday he …

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    09 Dec 15
  • court

    A former Rogers High School student will receive $425,000 after a federal court settlement was reached Tuesday. KSTP reports 19-year-old Reid Sagehorn was suspended in 2014 for posting a tweet that insinuated he made out …

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    09 Dec 15
  • crash investigation

    (Learfield Wire Service)  Funeral services are today (Tuesday) in Minneapolis for one of two teenagers killed in a rollover crash Friday in Lakeville, as authorities continue investigating whether a game called “Nerf Wars” may have …

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    08 Dec 15
  • Hassan

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A former Minnesota man who gained notoriety for tweeting about jihad and calling for violence on behalf of the Islamic State group has turned himself in to authorities in Africa. Mohamed Abdullahi …

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    08 Dec 15