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BROOKLYN PARK, Minn.—Minnesota's Bureau of Criminal Apprehension said Tuesday that they are investigating an officer-involved shooting incident after what an official described as an "extremely dangerous" situation where a man shot a convenience store clerk then led 30 to 40 squad cars on a chase with speeds up to 130 mph. The 24-year-old convicted felon from Brooklyn Park has been charged on suspicion of shooting a man and then leading cops on the chase last week, authorities said Tuesday.
ST. PAUL—Motorists are urged to watch for eagles on roadways this time of year as an increase in deer activity leads to more road-killed deer for the birds to feed on. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources said while crows feasting on carcasses on roadways usually simply fly off, it's a different situation for eagles.
CHANHASSEN, Minn. — Northern Minnesota towns were the winners in snowfall over the weekend. Chris Franks, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service Office in Chanhassen, said Friday’s snowfall left...
BRAINERD, Minn.—A man escaped injuries Thursday when he drove his vehicle through his second-story garage at his southwest Brainerd apartment slamming into the pavement below. Brainerd police and firefighters were called at 3 p.m. and upon arrival, they found that the Jeep Grand Cherokee went straight through the back wall of the second-story garage and landed nose first into the pavement, with the back wheels still hanging to the upper level of his garage.
VICTORIA, Minn.—Part of Minnesota Highway 7 is expected to be closed until at least 6 p.m. Wednesday after a semi-tanker lost a 368,000-pound tank on a stretch of the highway just west of Minneapolis.
The season's first winter storm is forecasted to blow in Friday, Nov. 18, with as much as a foot of snow, though eastern Minnesota and western Wisconsin counties should escape the brunt of it. The National Weather Service issued a blizzard and winter storm watch for western and northern Minnesota, with difficult to impossible driving conditions possible by late Friday morning. The east metro, southeastern Minnesota and western Wisconsin are forecasted to receive less than an inch of snow.
ST. PAUL — Minnesota officials still do not have answers to why two technology issues hit MNsure on the first day it sold individual health insurance policies two weeks ago. "Minnesota IT Services continues to investigate this situation and is reviewing the data," spokeswoman Cambray Crozier said Tuesday, Nov. 15.
DULUTH, Minn.—Duluth school district teachers will talk with students this week about diversity and tolerance following reports of election-related hate speech coming from several schools, including East and Denfeld high schools. Last week racist and homophobic graffiti was discovered in a girls' bathroom stall at Denfeld, and some East students were targeted by another East student with racist speech on social media.
ST. PAUL—The University of St. Thomas is investigating after a racist slur was found scrawled on a sidewalk of the St. Paul campus. Saying in a Thursday statement that they were "deeply saddened" and "this is not who we are and cannot be tolerated," the St. Thomas administration condemned the graffiti, which was a slur against blacks and was reported Wednesday night.
ERSKINE, Minn. - The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is investigating reported trespassing and illegal hunting in Northwest Minnesota Tuesday. According to a news release from the Polk County Sheriff's Office, two men were arrested and charged for shooting a deer on private land in the Erskine area near 170th Avenue Southeast and 380th Street Southeast.