ST. PAUL — A routine traffic stop midday Wednesday ended with gunshots that felled Mendota Heights’ most veteran police officer. Eight hours later, during a massive manhunt for officer Scott Patrick’s killer, police said the suspect opened fire on St. Paul officers, who shot back.
Members of the North Metro Tea Party cheered Jeff Johnson, the Republican-endorsed candidate for governor, when he bounded onto the Mermaid Ballroom stage in Mounds View for an evening forum this month.
MANKATO — Adrian Peterson once likened learning offensive coordinator Norv Turner’s versatile multiple formations to performing surgery. The Vikings’ star running back used a scalpel Monday to carve up Minnesota’s old schemes and coaching strategies that helped him rush for 2,097 yards in 2012 but also had become lifeless and conventional.
In the dairy barn at the Dodge County Fair in Kasson last week, farmer Mary Buck told Republican gubernatorial candidate Marty Seifert that a torrent of local, state and federal regulations triggered her family’s decision to sell off their dairy herd in 2009.
ST. PAUL — Long before Minnesotans go to the polls in November, they should have a good idea of what health insurance premiums will look like for next year.
EAGAN — A chain of for-profit colleges has been ordered to stop enrolling Minnesota students in the wake of a federal investigation expected to result in the sale or closure...
ST. PAUL — For more than two decades, David Olson was a passionate advocate for the state’s business community as president of the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce. Olson, 57, died...
ROSEMOUNT — Teachers are expected to play a lot of roles in the classroom — educator, social worker, disciplinarian. But the role of cashier may not be necessary much longer.
ST. PAUL — On the witness stand in his defamation trial against a former Navy SEAL sniper-turned-author, Jesse Ventura had no shortage of things to expound upon: his high school football team, his T-shirt collection, Johnny Depp’s beard, the Abraham Lincoln assassination.
Thinking he had finished a short interview in the hallway outside the Minnesota Wild’s dressing room Wednesday, Matt Dumba reached down for the lunch he had laid on the floor. Considering the Wild’s depth on the blue line, would the young defenseman be disappointed if he started next season with the franchise’s minor-league team in Des Moines?