An early morning fire heavily damaged the historic Oliver Traphagen House, a Duluth landmark. Designed by one of the area's earliest significant architects, the three-story Victorian mansion is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Investigators think he has been in the area for about a week.
Only about 10 percent of Minnesota voters cast ballots in Tuesday's Minnesota primary elections.
The state is developing a bid to host an interim World's Fair, Ritchie said.
He's running for the Vadnais Heights City Council this year. He was one of four candidates who filed yesterday for the two spots on the ballot for Nov. 4.
Investigators believe the shooter and the victim arrived in the same vehicle together at the gas station.
Medical marijuana will be legal next July, and the state is trying to forge a path for suppliers through a thicket of regulation -- and doubts.
The closure is needed while crews survey 35W for a road construction project between 46th Street and I-94 scheduled for the summer of 2017.
The Vikings kick off the first of two seasons they'll play at TCF Bank Stadium while their new home is under construction.
Dayton spoke about the practice in an interview with MPR's Morning Edition.
Memorial services for peace officers are rare, but regular enough that the law enforcement community has been adapting and changing the process, adding their own stamp to one of humanity's oldest rituals.
Police say the man crashed his vehicle into a fence Sunday afternoon, fired at bystanders before carjacking an SUV at gunpoint, then fired at officers who tried to stop him.
The Rock n' Read program is a courtesy of a retired Minnetonka couple who bought at old Metro Transit bus and converted it into a mobile reading lab.
Brian Cornell of PepsiCo will step in to replace Gregg Steinhafel. It is the first time the company has hired an outsider for the position.
Mendota Heights police officer Scott Patrick was the latest Minnesota officer to die in the line of duty. He was shot in the head during a traffic stop in West St. Paul and died of his wounds.