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Minnesota safety Winfield out for season with foot injury

Minnesota sophomore safety Antoine Winfield Jr. is out for the rest of the season after injuring his left foot in the first quarter of the Big Ten opener at Maryland.

Actor locked out of Twitter over tweet that violated rules

Actor James Woods has been locked out of his Twitter account over a tweet that was found to be in violation of its rules.

St. Paul man dies after falling out of boat on metro lake

A St. Paul man has died after witnesses say he fell from a boat in the city of Lino Lakes.

12-year-old boy suspected of fatally stabbing teen brother

Police in Minnetonka say a 12-year-old boy is suspected of fatally stabbing his teenage brother.

Patrol: 3 killed in stolen SUV crash in south Minneapolis

The Minnesota State Patrol says three people were killed when a stolen SUV crashed into their vehicle at an intersection in south Minneapolis.

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Authorities in western Minnesota have discovered a buried body after a man reported an incident at his home. The Otter Tail County Sheriff's Office says the man come to the sheriff's office Friday to report the...

Minnesota regulators approve wind farm amid opposition

Minnesota regulators have unanimously approved permits for a wind farm project in southern Minnesota amid opposition from local residents.

Authorities discover man's buried body in western Minnesota

Authorities in western Minnesota have discovered a buried body after a man reported an incident at his home.

In governor's races, Trump emerges as a defining issue

Governor's races are on the ballot in 36 states this year, and the common thread running through many of them has nothing to do with state policy: It's President Donald Trump.

Man shot in the face in St. Paul expected to survive

Officials say a man is expected to survive after he was shot in the face in a St. Paul parking lot.

Minnesota DNR invasive fish barrier nears completion

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has begun work on an electric barrier project to keep invasive carp from reaching the Le Sueur River.

Control of Congress also at stake in state legislative races

National Democrats have doubled their spending for state legislative elections in an attempt to chip away at the Republican dominance in state capitols.

Minneapolis won't hire Yates to investigate ketamine use

The Minneapolis City Council has decided against funding an independent investigation into whether police officers inappropriately urged paramedics to sedate people.

Church abuse victims approve plan for compensation

Hundreds of victims of clergy sexual abuse have overwhelmingly voted in favor of a reorganization plan for the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis that will compensate them for the abuse.

Minnesota Rep. Jim Knoblach quits campaign amid allegations

Minnesota state Rep. Jim Knoblach has abruptly ended his re-election campaign amid allegations of inappropriate touching from his adult daughter.

Minneapolis council delays decision on moving homeless camp

The Minneapolis City Council is putting off a decision on relocating a homeless encampment so it can look for alternatives to a pair of city-owned properties identified as possible sites.

Officials prepare to relocate wolves to Isle Royale park

Officials are preparing to relocate six to eight mainland wolves to Isle Royale National Park, a first step toward rebuilding a depleted population of the predators that help keep the Lake Superior island's ecology in...

The Latest: Storms destroy popular Minnesota wedding venue

The Latest on severe storms that left a trail of damage across southern Minnesota (all times local):

Ramsey County attorney will reopen review of police shooting

The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension says it overlooked a key piece of evidence in its investigation into the fatal police shooting of a Vadnais Heights man, prompting the Ramsey County Attorney's office to...

Early voting begins as midterms season enters final phase

Much of the political world is consumed with a battle over a Supreme Court nominee, an expanding trade war and President Donald Trump's social media posts. But on the ground in Minnesota, the first votes of the 2018...

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