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A Shorewood woman stopped her murder trial Monday by pleading guilty to killing her boyfriend and stuffing him in a freezer last summer.
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A Shorewood woman charged with killing her boyfriend and stuffing his body in a freezer has pleaded guilty during her trial.
A body that authorities said had been in the Mississippi River for some time was recovered Saturday night near the Coon Rapids Dam.
Olson played a delicate role in the strike by Minneapolis truckers. He was elected as a left-leaning governor of the Farmer-Labor party.
A Robbinsdale man has pleaded guilty in what federal authorities call a scheme to have straw purchasers buy guns for people who are barred from having them.
Democrat Mark Dayton currently serves as governor of Minnesota, but he's now running for governor of "Minnesta," at least according to his campaign literature.
The Hennepin County sheriff's office is the first department in Minnesota to take advantage of a law passed in May that allows law enforcement personnel to carry and administer a drug that can temporarily reverse an opiate overdose.
A Deputy Chief of the Minneapolis Police Department has decided to join the Hennepin County Sheriff's race.
Sherrillyn Mosley stood in front of her home where her daughter Asia Mosley was shot in the back yard July 9, 2014, in Minneapolis.
Delonte Thomas, 20, of Minneapolis was charged with three counts of attempted second-degree murder and three counts of first-degree assault in the July 9 shooting, according to the Hennepin County Attorney's Office.
The Hennepin County Sheriff's Deputies Association has voted overwhelmingly in favor of incumbent Sheriff Rich Stanek's opponent on Wednesday.
Metro transit bankrollers agreed Wednesday to give Minneapolis until the end of August to vote on the latest Southwest Corridor light-rail plan, over the objections of suburban officials who don't trust the city and want to trim the cost of the project.
The sale closed this week for $925,000, according to Hennepin County Property Tax records.
Updated: Mon Jul 21, 2014 09:08 pm
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