Both U.S. Army recruiters survived. Authorities say one of the victims was stuck under Enrico Taylor's Jeep SUV for almost a mile. The other rolled over the top of the vehicle but was largely uninjured.
Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority Chair Michele Kelm-Helgen said the agency is seeking to have the plaintiffs post a $50 million surety bond. Kelm-Helgen said that would allow the authority to recover costs associated with any delays.
Cassim was arrested in April for posting a satirical video on YouTube about youth culture in Dubai. After intervention by U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar and the State Department, Emirati officials deported the 29-year-old man back to Minnesota.
Shezanne Cassim, 29, of Woodbury, was accused of violating the country's cyber crimes law. He was arrested in Dubai in April after posting on a 20-minute video on Youtube poking fun at the country's hip-hop culture.
How will the light rail tracks co-exist -- if it all -- with existing freight tracks, especially near Cedar Lake? The slender strip of land between Cedar Lake and Lake of the Isles known as the Kenilworth Corridor is too narrow to add light rail alongside the existing freight rail and bike paths.
From athletes to bike commuters to homeless shelters, folks in the Twin Cities found ways to cope with Monday's journey into what weather forecaster's came to call the "Arctic vortex." Some kept to their bike commuting schedules. Others coped with crowded homeless shelters.
Attorneys for the residents of Minnesota's sex offender treatment program are arguing that the program doesn't work and is unconstitutional.
A 5-year-old boy who was trapped underwater after a car accident last month has been released from the hospital.
The list of 18 current and former monks includes nine living at Saint John's Abbey in Collegeville, Minn., under "supervised safety plans," the abbey said.
Prison staff said they found 30-year-old Shane Lawrence Cooper dead Monday afternoon.
Judges would have the option of sending sex offenders who have completed their sentences to less restrictive treatment programs instead of to prison-like treatment facilities where most are detained indefinitely if state legislators decide to accept the recommendations of a special state panel.
The Mississippi River plant needs the OK of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the Army Corps of Engineers and a number of state agencies before it can proceed.
A judge has denied a request to drop first-degree murder charges against a Little Falls man accused of killing two teens in his house.
First-degree murder charges will stand against a Little Falls, Minn., man accused of killing two intruders last year.
A Ramsey County jury today convicted another member of a family prosecutors say operated a wide-ranging sex trafficking ring in the Twin Cities.