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CHANHASSEN, Minn. — Tim Dorway, principal of Chanhassen High School, was arrested Tuesday morning, Dec. 13.
A special election would be held to fill her seat, creating a chance for Republicans to strengthen their Senate majority.
A Moorhead woman was charged with a dozen counts of child neglect after being accused of taking a group of children she was babysitting to a swimming pool last summer when she was intoxicated.
ST. PAUL — Minnesota policymakers should have a $1.4 billion available when they start to draw up a two-year state budget in a month, state officials announced Friday, Dec. 2.
Aaron Lee Boshey, 27, faces four felony charges in connection with the incident that started in Virginia and ended in the woods after a 17-minute pursuit.
APPLE VALLEY, Minn. — Molniy, the Minnesota Zoo’s oldest tiger, died Sunday due to chronic health issues from old age.
Richard Leif Erickson, 20, has been held in the Beltrami County Jail since early morning Tuesday.
For the sixth time this year, a $1 million Powerball ticket was sold in Minnesota.
A deer that was thought to be dead after getting struck by a vehicle suddenly got up and galloped away after being taken out of the driver's trunk.
A 53-year old man was seriously injured in a motorcycle crash on County Road E, near Superior's city limits. The Superior Fire Department was called to the scene shortly after 4 p.m. Sunday. A 53-year-old man was found badly injured in the roadway. A deer that was breathing but near death was found in a nearby ditch, leading responders to suspect the motorcyclist struck the animal, resulting in the crash, said Battalion Chief Scott Gordon.