Ramsey County sheriff's officials say the vehicle driven by the suspect was found in Blaine overnight. There have been no arrests, but authorities have identified a 44-year-old male suspect.
As the WNBA's leading scorer, Maya Moore is making an argument on the court to win the league's Most Valuable Player award.
For the second time in eight days, a car fled the scene after striking bicyclists in the metro area. A 62-year-old Minneapolis woman is in jail after she allegedly struck two bicyclists in northeast Minneapolis Saturday night around 10:30 p.m. at Broadway and Marshall.
A 28-year-old man drowned while swimming across the St. Croix River Saturday evening. The victim, who has not been identified, swam across the river but had difficulty swimming on his way back.
Minneapolis police were investigating a shooting inside a downtown nightclub that injured 9 people early Saturday, including a Minnesota Vikings defensive tackle.
The teen, who was with a group of about seven friends, was swimming out to join his friends on a platform in the lake when he began to show signs of distress.
Brooklyn Center and northwest Twin Cities metro area has a significant West African population.
The Dakota County Attorney's Office has charged Brian Fitch Sr. with two counts of first-degree murder for shooting Officer Scott Patrick during a traffic stop.
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.
Police say the men's wounds were not life-threatening, but all three were taken to North Memorial Medical Center to be treated.
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.
An hours-long manhunt, followed by a gun battle, ended last night with the capture of 39-year-old Brian Fitch Sr.
Police have captured the suspect they sought in the killing early today of Mendota Heights police officer Scott Patrick.
In his order, Wolf wrote that the state failed to show John LaDue made a "substantial step, beyond mere preparation" toward the commission of first degree murder.
One worker was electrocuted, another injured in the same incident while working on the CapX2020 Brookings County-Hampton power line, a 250-mile transmission project stretching from South Dakota to the suburban Twin Cities.