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Owner of Alibi Drinkery denied liquor license for Northfield bar, restaurant
Alibi at Froggy Bottoms remains open without serving alcohol.
Albert Lea wine bar owner who resisted COVID restrictions goes on the lam
Twin Cities metro police blotter, April 18
ANDOVERMARCH 19Theft. Golf clubs were stolen from an unlocked shed in the 15900 block of NW. Eagle Street.MARCH 25Animal complaint. An officer responded to a…
How did Derek Chauvin's Taser end up at a traffic stop in Burnsville?
The specifics of how and when the device was taken have not been disclosed publicly.
Renewable natural gas plant planned for landfill in Inver Grove Heights
The facility is the first of its kind in Minnesota.
South metro group pushes for electric school buses
Forum invites the community to join efforts for low-emission vehicles in districts' fleets.
Twin Cities metro police blotter, April 11
ANDOVERMARCH 17Theft. A 2015 Ford F250 was stolen from a driveway in the 14300 block of NW. Quince Street. The keys were left inside the…
Minnesota Zoo shows off farm babies
The farm babies exhibit opened for guests Friday at the Minnesota Zoo's farm in Apple Valley. The exhibit features baby piglets, Shetland sheep, dwarf goats, dairy calves, and chicks and will run through May 16.
West St. Paul asks homeowner to paint over Black Lives Matter mural
A city spokesman said the code enforcement team has received more than 20 complaints about the mural since September.
Who is the oldest living person in Minnesota?
The oldest Minnesotan, a supercentenarian, is also one of the oldest living people in the United States.
Eagan residents balk at no-can trash plan
City officials want to remove trash cans from some neighborhood parks.
Chaska stuns Hopkins in 4A semi, keeps Royals from winning-streak record
The winners used a 16-2 run midway through the first half to build a lead that survived several close calls.
Downed power lines closed I-35W last night; vaccinations postponed at Vikings facility
Some Minnesotans were left without power Tuesday night.
Roadside fences show promise for reducing Minnesota turtle fatalities
Turtle populations have been falling for years, in large part due to traffic.
Credit River Township to become a city in May
It's the first township in Minnesota to incorporate since 2014, when Rice Lake, north of Duluth, received city status.
Lakeville police seek help in finding suspect in park assault
A woman in her 40s told police she was assaulted in East Lake Community Park by a man who said he needed help.
Lawsuit: Hennepin County, social workers failed to stop murder of infant in foster care
Foster father convicted of killing 18-month-old girl.
Twin Cities metro police blotter, March 28
COLUMBUSMARCH 8Warrant. An officer went to a home in the 8600 block of 181st Avenue NE. to serve a 26-year-old woman a felony warrant from…
Dakota County park plans to preserve Native American history
Dakota people have an 8,000-year history in the area of Spring Lake Park Reserve.
Mental illness defense wins acquittal for ex-Marine who killed Shakopee man
Battlefield trauma, unrest after George Floyd's death cited in judge's ruling.
Twin Cities metro police blotter, March 21
AFTONFEB. 9Suspicious person. A deputy checking on a suspicious persons report in the 4000 block of S. River Road spoke with two men who said…
New methane-to-natural gas plant planned for Inver Grove Heights landfill
The plant, which would be built at the Pine Bend Landfill, may be the state's first of this type.
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