Police say a teenager was killed by a hit-and-run driver in north Minneapolis. Here, parked vehicles that were struck by the hit-and-run driver and se

Police: Teen either on foot or skateboarding killed in hit-and-run in north Minneapolis

The vehicle kept going and hit several parked cars, according to police.

Ramsey County officials tell sheriff he needs their signature for State Fair duties

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It's 71 days to the Minnesota State Fair, but who will provide security?

Motorcyclist hits deer, then dies when struck by passing driver near Princeton

The crash happened about 2:42 a.m. Monday on Hwy. 95 near 107th Avenue.
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Latinas left workforce at highest rate, see slow recovery

Teresa Marez spent 14 years building a strong clientele base as a hair stylist in San Antonio. When her son, who is autistic, had to switch to virtual learning because of the pandemic, she quit her job to help him.
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Black scholar Earl Lewis on the Floyd murder and reparations

Reparations, Earl Lewis says, are not about the past.
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7th Avenue East in North St. Paul in 2019.

North St. Paul city manager resigns amid questions about city's finances

Scott Duddeck resigned Tuesday after a council member requested an outside investigation into the city's finances.
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Woman charged with killing grandmother, starting house fire

A woman is accused of killing her grandmother by suffocation and setting her house in Fort Atkinson on fire days later.
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Nabiha Chaudhry, a CJM Foundation scholarship recipient, listened to a speaker the Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial on Tuesday during the ceremony to c

A remembrance: 101 years since Duluth's darkest hour

Tuesday marked the 101st anniversary of the Duluth lynchings, when Black men Elias Clayton, Elmer Jackson and Isaac McGhie were killed by a white mob…

Teen killed by hit-and-run driver in Minneapolis

Police say a teenager was killed by a hit-and-run driver in Minneapolis.
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Wisconsin Assembly to vote on chokehold ban, policing bills

The Wisconsin Assembly was scheduled Wednesday to send a package of police reform bills to Gov. Tony Evers, including a measure banning police use of chokeholds except in life-threatening situations or in self defense.

Penterman has slight lead in state Assembly primary

Republican William Penterman holds a slight lead in a special election primary for the right to run for an open state Assembly seat, according to preliminary results.

Wisconsin Assembly to vote on transgender sports bans

The Republican-controlled Wisconsin Assembly planned to vote Wednesday on bills banning transgender athletes from participating in girls' and women's sports, measures that are being debated in the middle of gay pride month and are all-but certain to be headed for a veto by Democratic Gov. Tony Evers.

Baby, adult killed in three-vehicle crash in Wisconsin's Dodge County

A baby and an adult have died in a crash involving three vehicles in Dodge County. Four others have been injured, according to sheriff's officials.

Making hot sauce and working to save wetlands

As storms grow more violent and Louisiana loses more of its coast, the family that makes Tabasco Sauce is fighting erosion in the marshland that buffers its factory from hurricanes and floods.
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Minneapolis police and city crews arrived just after noon to clear the blockade from W Lake Street and fix the surveillance camera which had been pain

Police seek person who spray painted over city camera they say would have captured fatal crash at Winston Smith protest

A police spokesman said the camera would have provided "crucial evidence" in the death of Deona Knajdek.
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Minneapolis police descended on the blocklong stretch of W. Lake Street in Uptown just before sunset Tuesday night to dismantle the barricades erected

Control of Uptown streets contested as protesters demand answers in Winston Smith shooting

Mpls. police move in, arrest more than a dozen protesters Tuesday night.
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Wisconsin Assembly voting on local redistricting delay

Redistricting of local political boundary lines would be delayed a year or more under a bill up for an Assembly vote Wednesday backed by Republicans and local governments.
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Republicans propose $125 million more for broadband

The effort to expand broadband internet to underserved rural areas in Wisconsin would get a $125 million boost under a provision approved Tuesday by the Republican-controlled budget committee, about $75 million less in state funding than Democratic Gov. Tony Evers proposed.
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This water level gauge in Duluth’s Chester Creek near Skyline Boulevard is one of 19 that the Natural Resources Research Institute is asking residen

Researchers asking for public's help measuring Duluth streams

Crowdsourced data will help inform decisions that affect waterways.
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Nelly McCulloch, 5, prepared to bomb down the slide on the new playground.  Skyline Tower is in the background.

St. Paul's newest park was a community effort

St. Paul's Midway Peace Park officially unveiled Tuesday.
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A man, donning a surgical mask, walked through the skyway attached to HCMC.

No masks required for vaccinated people in Hennepin County government buildings

Policy change lets the vaccinated enter goverment buildings.
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U.S. President Joe Biden, center, left after attending Mass at Sacred Heart and St. Ia Catholic Church, in St. Ives, southern England, Sunday, June 13

'Communion wars' take center stage at Catholic bishops meeting

Bishops will consider whether to ban pro-abortion rights Catholic politicians from receiving communion.
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State Sen. Duey Stroebel (R-Saukville) speaks at a news conference before a Joint Finance Committee meeting Thursday, May 27, 2021 at the Capitol in M

Heads of Wisconsin's largest school districts 'dismayed'

The superintendents of Wisconsin's five largest school districts told members of the Legislature on Tuesday that they're "dismayed" that $2.3 billion in federal aid is at risk because of low funding for K-12 schools.