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  • Carp Decision Ends Minneapolis Plans for River Commerce
  • Minneapolis Legalizes Ride-Sharing Apps Lyft, Uber
  • DNR: Invasive Carp Found in Mississippi River
  • Groundbreaking Held for Winona Bridge

  • Testimony Ends in Jesse Ventura Defamation Trial

    Testimony has ended in former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura's defamation lawsuit against the estate of "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle.

  • Colorado Bodies ID'd as Missing Hikers from Minnesota

    Authorities have confirmed that the bodies of two people found on Mount Evans are that of a father and son missing since going for a hike in April.

  • Iowa Rejects Juvenile Mandatory Minimum Sentences

    A divided Iowa Supreme Court says juvenile offenders must be resentenced if they were convicted in the state as adults and awarded mandatory minimum sentences.

  • Western Wis. Toddler's Hot Car Death Ruled Accidental

    The 2012 death of a Wisconsin toddler has been ruled an accident. Isaiah Theis' body was found in the trunk of a car on his family's property in rural Centuria nearly 27 hours after he went missing. The Polk County District Attorney said Wednesday that there wasn't any evidence of intent or recklessness.

  • Hennepin County Launches Heroin Antidote Training

    The Hennepin County Sheriff's Office says it's 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. If the Hennepin County program is successful, other counties will likely follow suit.