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UMN prof indicted in Louisiana child porn case
A federal grand jury in Louisiana has indicted a University of Minnesota professor for allegedly enticing a 15-year-old girl to send him nude photos of herself.
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Fri Mar 14, 2014
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Lawmakers bicker over Minnesota sex offender program
Minnesota legislative leaders sniped at each other Friday for a lack of progress in fixing the state's sex offender treatment program despite a federal judge's urging for fast action to correct it.
Cheap Date Minneapolis: Bryant Lake Bowl
Minneapolis hotspot Bryant Lake Bowl serves a " Cheap Date Night" special every Monday night from 6:00pm until 1:00am.
Mill City Summer Opera will stage 'Tosca' in third season
Mill City Summer Opera, which stages performances in the open air ruin courtyard at Mill City Museum in Minneapolis, will perform Giacomo Puccini's "Tosca" in July.
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24-year-old admits to 2006 Minneapolis killing
A 24-year-old man has been convicted for killing a 17-year-old youth seven years ago in Minneapolis.
Police Chase Ends With Car Hitting House In Minneapolis
Police said a man is in custody early Friday morning after a pursuit ended with an SUV crashing into a house in Minneapolis.
Redevelopment plans in limbo at Northeast Mpls.' Superior Plating
In 2011, Denny Roach operated the last plating line at Superior Plating in Minneapolis, applying nickel chrome to steel table legs and chair frames.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Celebrating Harriet B. Solomon's 80th birthday
St. Peter's AME Church, located at 401 E. 41st St. in south Minneapolis, recently celebrated the 80th birthday of long-time member, Harriet Bowman Solomon.
Mpls. police reopen fatal 2008 hit-and-run of cyclist
The driver has never been found in the hit-and-run collision that killed James "Jimmy" Nisser, 65, a beloved member of his St. Louis Park community who was struck in 2008 while cycling to work.
Four die at Minneapolis veterans home after virus outbreak
A veterans' home in Minneapolis has put new admissions on hold after a norovirus outbreak that may have been a factor in the deaths of four residents, a Minnesota Department of Veteran Affairs spokeswoman said Thursday.
St. Patrick's Day in St. Paul: singing, dancing and a great big parade
Drum major Jim Tarbox leads the Brian Boru Irish Pipe Band along Fifth Street during the St. Patrick's Day parade in downtown St. Paul in 2012.
Rybak endorses Noor for state Rep. Kahn's seat
Mohamud Noor got a significant boost in his challenge of long-time state Rep. Phyllis Kahn on Thursday by winning the endorsement of former Mayor R.T. Rybak .
2 killed in Minneapolis fire identified
Genie Caldwell and Jeffrey Howard, both 49, died when fire broke out in a single-family home Tuesday evening.
Minneapolis police revive 2008 cold case
Lt. Chris Hudok says police have evidence that may help identify the SUV that struck and killed 65-year-old Jim Nisser in September of 2008.
Strong Towns National Gathering Sept 12-14
We are super excited to announce that the Strong Towns National Gathering will be September 12-14, 2014 in Minneapolis.
Motorcyclist going 100 mph hits pothole on I-394, thrown to his death
A motorcyclist with a passion for fast bikes was going at least 100 miles per hour when he struck a pothole or a crack along a winter-worn stretch of a Minneapolis interstate and was thrown to his death, authorities said Wednesday.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Met Council proposes $85M Southwest LRT tunnel
The Cedar Lake Trail alongside a current freight train track that has been a proposal sight for the Southwest Corridor light rail line in St. Louis Park, Minn.
Rosenblum: St. Paul's Church in Minneapolis begins a year of rejoicing
In 1964, St. Paul's Church members marched to the old First Presbyterian Church at 19th Street and Portland Avenue S., which they had bought.
Bryan Braman bolts Houston Texans for Philadelphia Eagles
Aug 9, 2013; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Houston Texans linebacker Bryan Braman looks on during the third quarter against the Minnesota Vikings at the Metrodome.