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No fine for travelers who brought deadly bushmeat to Minnesota 

Customs officials at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport seized more than 100 pounds of deadly “bushmeat” from travelers during the last week of December...

Minneapolis Fed may be violating federal law by advocating change to...

The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis (the Minneapolis Fed) is accused of violating federal lobbying law because of its advocacy for a change to...

Minneapolis, St. Paul to require proof of vaccination for bars and restaurants

Residents of Minneapolis and St. Paul will now be required to show proof of vaccination or  negative COVID-19 test results before entering bars, restaurants,...

Man who tried to run over firefighter released on zero bail...

A Minneapolis man who attempted to run over a firefighter with his vehicle was released from custody Monday with zero bail required by Hennepin...

Former sheriff slams Walz for ‘apathetic’ response to record homicides

In 1995, Minneapolis saw a record-setting 97 homicides. Operating by the strict definition of a homicide as an event where one person intentionally kills...

Minneapolis, St. Paul see first homicides of 2022 

Both Minneapolis and St. Paul recorded their first homicides of 2022 over the weekend, according to police. Both cities either broke or tied their all-time...

Mayor Frey pleads with Minneapolis schools to stay open so kids...

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey is calling on local schools to remain open so that juveniles have far fewer opportunities to engage in carjackings and...

Minneapolis carjacking investigations backed up several weeks

Carjacking victims in Minneapolis have been waiting up to eight weeks to get their cars back after police recover them. Crime Watch Minneapolis posted an...

Up to 300 teachers miss school each day in Minneapolis

On the first Monday of the new year, after an extended winter break, Minneapolis reported that 285 teachers were absent. The Minneapolis Public Schools system...

Man charged in Stella’s arson gets spun out under plea deal

Tyler Michael Ferguson, 22, took a plea deal that dismissed an arson charge levied against him for setting fire to a seafood restaurant in...