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Five St. Paul police officers were fired after allegedly failing to stop an assault by a former St. Paul officer, Tou Cha, at Checkerbar Food & Liquor

Arbitrator upholds firing of St. Paul officer who stood by during assault

Nate Smith was among five officers dismissed last summer.
East Metro
11 minutes ago

High water prompts 'no wake' limits on St. Croix River

Minor flood stage could come as soon as this weekend.
Coronavirus
19 minutes ago
The Rev. John Henry III, pastor at St. James Lutheran Church in Northrop, Minn., says nine parishioners have tested positive for the virus.

Rural Martin County becomes unlikely hotbed for coronavirus

FAIRMONT, MINN. – Eugene Borchardt hadn't traveled anywhere exotic in the last weeks of his life. The healthy 88-year-old waved to neighbors while taking…
Coronavirus
35 minutes ago
An electron microscope image made available by the U.S. National Institutes of Health in February 2020 shows the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. The Uni

U, Mayo Clinic ready COVID-19 antibody tests in Minnesota

U, Mayo are hoping antibody test could help determine who is no longer a threat
Coronavirus
49 minutes ago
Duluth-based Essentia provides services in more than 60 cities.

Essentia Health cuts 500 workers in Duluth as revenue dries up

The nonmedical staffers were placed on leave.
Coronavirus
9:55pm
The intersection of Marquette and Seventh in downtown Minneapolis was largely empty on Monday morning, the first day of Gov. Tim Walz's stay-at-home o

Minnesota COVID-19 deaths at 10 with 56 now hospitalized; 24 in ICU

Gov. Tim Walz said that finding personal protective equipment, including masks, gloves, face shields and gowns, continues to be a challenge but added that the state is getting more help from the federal government.
Coronavirus
9:29pm
Students and their families were seen moving out of campus housing at the University of Minnesota on Tuesday, March 17, 2020. On campus classes moved

Students say U shortchanging them for room and board refunds

Students, regents and some state lawmakers have criticized the refund amount.
Coronavirus
8:47pm
Denis Sauve, co-owner of Twin Ports Cyclery, mounted a bike to begin repairing it on Friday afternoon in Duluth.

Minnesota bike shops deemed essential to business during pandemic

Bike commuters applaud designation of bike shops as essential businesses
Local
8:41pm

COVID-19 briefs: Minnesota's federal court system resumes using video hearings

Federal courts move to video hearingsMinnesota's federal court system can now resume most criminal proceedings through video conferencing, other than full trials. Chief U.S. District…
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Coronavirus
8:35pm
Nickey Robo stood on the roof of her vehicle, joined other activists who stayed mostly in their cars for social distancing, as the lined Summit Ave, h

Minnesota correctional facilities see first coronavirus cases

An inmate at Moose Lake prison and a corrections officer at the Red Wing juvenile facility each tested positive for COVID-19 over the weekend, marking…
St. Paul
8:16pm

St. Paul police officers hospitalized after drunk driver hits their SUV

Two St. Paul police officers were hospitalized with back and neck injuries after a suspected drunken driver slammed into their unmarked SUV this weekend, authorities…
Local
8:12pm

Authorities ID driver killed in crash west of Rochester

Authorities have identified the motorist who died in a two-vehicle collision at a southeastern Minnesota intersection west of Rochester over the weekend.Mark D. Johnson, 58,…
North Metro
8:10pm

Burglars break into Anoka County gun shop, flee with firearms

Burglars broke into an Anoka County gun shop over the weekend and made off with firearms, authorities said Monday.The crime happened about 5 a.m. Sunday…
Local
8:09pm

Fergus Falls woman gets 10 years in prison for abuse death of 6-year-old child

A Fergus Falls, Minn., woman was sentenced Monday to 10 years in prison for the death of a 6-year-old boy she abused while taking care…
Minneapolis
8:05pm
Abdi Warsame responded to questions asked by the Minneapolis Public Housing Authority board of commissioners.

Warsame resigns from Mpls. council, will take helm of housing authority

He will now lead the Public Housing Authority.
Local
8:01pm

Driver killed in UTV crash in northern Minnesota

Authorities in northern Minnesota say a driver was killed when a utility vehicle crashed near Biwabik.
Minneapolis
7:58pm
A woman died in an SUV crash Saturday night in north Minneapolis. Credit: Minneapolis Police Department

Minneapolis woman who died after Saturday night wreck was mother of 2 children

The woman who died in a one-vehicle crash near a north Minneapolis intersection was the mother of two.Angela M. Thompson, 38, was killed in the…
Coronavirus
7:50pm
The Twins Box Office was shuttered Thursday evening, as a #STAYHOMEMN sign was digitally displayed above.

#StayHomeMN campaign off and running in days

Marketing campaign blankets state with PSAs on billboards, TV and social media.
COVID-19 FACTS
7:29pm
Passengers arriving from Italy at Vnukovo International Airport in Moscow, RUssia on March 2, 2020. A Russian citizen who returned from Italy on Feb.

Live: Latest updates and what you need to know about COVID-19

As the novel coronavirus spreads across the world, we've answered reader question about what they most want to know about the outbreak.
Coronavirus
6:17pm
Blue Angels jets sat on the tarmac at Duluth International Airport in July 2019 ahead of the Duluth Air Show.

Pandemic pauses a high-flying year at Duluth airport

$10 billion was set aside by federal stimulus bill to aid airports.
National
6:16pm

Democratic lawmakers call for racial data in virus testing

Democratic lawmakers are calling out an apparent lack of racial data that they say is needed to monitor and address disparities in the national response…