Nancy Lebens Feature Archive

Xcel Energy customers in the Twin Cities and southern Minnesota will be able to comment on Xcel's proposed $285 million rate hike during the month of March. (03/03/2013)
A Minnesota cross country skier teamed with another woman Sunday to win the first world championship for the United States. (02/25/2013)
Mayor R.T. Rybak has declined the U.S. Olympic Committee's invitation to submit a bid for the 2024 summer games. (02/21/2013)
A 21-year-old St. Paul man has been charged with two counts of criminal vehicular homicide after an early Friday morning car wreck killed two passengers in his car. (02/15/2013)
St. Paul police say a man was shot and killed by officers Tuesday afternoon after he fatally stabbed a police dog. (02/12/2013)
A teenager pleaded guilty Tuesday to killing 13-year old RayJon Gomez in 2011. (02/05/2013)
An infant girl has died after being pulled from her family's submerged sport utility vehicle in Lake Minnetonka last Friday. (01/22/2013)
The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension has reissued an alert for a man missing since October. (01/07/2013)
A member of the Native Mob pleaded guilty in federal court in Minneapolis Friday to killing a fellow gang member. (12/21/2012)
Wolf hunt licenses sold out within five minutes Monday afternoon in a first-come, first-served sale. (10/29/2012)
St. Paul police have released more details in one of two separate officer-involved shootings on Tuesday. (10/24/2012)
General Mills is recalling some packages of granola bars that were mislabeled. (09/27/2012)
A Wisconsin company is recalling turkey sausage that may contain pieces of gloves. (08/15/2012)
Three Mississippi river locks in Minneapolis have reopened to recreational boat traffic. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers had closed the locks and dams to small boats because of high water two weeks ago. (07/04/2012)
Minneapolis public school teachers' new contract adds four days to the school calendar beginning this fall. (04/17/2012)