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Ex-Minnesota Elevator Manager Pleads Guilty in $5M Swindle
The former manager of a western Minnesota grain elevator has pleaded guilty in a swindle that cost his employer millions of dollars.
Report Blames 2 State Agencies for Botched MNLARS Launch
Minnesota's legislative auditor says two state agencies must share the blame for the troubled rollout in 2017 of a new driver's license and vehicle registration system.
Sheriff: Dog Named Donald Trump Wasn’t Killed Over Politics
A Minnesota sheriff says a dog named Donald Trump wasn't shot and killed over a political rivalry, despite false claims circulating on social media that have spurred ``violent threats'' against some county residents.
90-Day Workhouse Sentence Imposed for Assisted Suicide
A suburban Twin Cities man will spend 90 days in a county workhouse for assisting in the asphyxiation death of his wife.
Suspect Arrested in 25-year-old Murder Cold Case
Minneapolis police have arrested a man in a 25-year-old cold case murder investigation.
Man Arrested In Minneapolis Shooting Deaths of Mom, Daughter
Minneapolis police have arrested a suspect in the shooting deaths of a Minneapolis woman and her daughter last weekend.
Minnesota Lawmaker Seeks Tougher Action Against Deer Disease
State Rep. Jamie Becker-Finn says Minnesota needs to take comprehensive action this year to stop the spread of chronic wasting disease among the state's wild deer.
Governor, Legislative Leaders Pledge Orderly End to Session
Gov. Tim Walz and Minnesota's top two legislative leaders have agreed on deadlines that they say will avert a high-stakes poker game at the end of the session and avoid a government shutdown.
Minnesota Schools May Seek Reprieve for Cancelled Classes
Minnesota education officials and lobbyists are surveying districts to decide whether to ask lawmakers for a shorter school year after severe winter weather forced many to cancel classes.
Five People Killed in Wisconsin In Weekend Snowmobile Crashes
Five people have died in weekend snowmobile crashes in Wisconsin. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources says the crashes happened Friday and Saturday in Calumet, Dunn, Langlade, Iron and Forest counties.