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Police say video from a nanny cam shows a baby sitter beating a 3-year-old Connecticut girl and burning her on a hot stove.
An 87-year-old Buffalo woman was killed in a broadside crash Wednesday afternoon three miles from her home.
Patric Richardson has managed to fall in love with one of the most hated chores in American households. And he’s making it his mission to help others conquer the laundry beast with gusto.
REVIEW: Wednesday's concert was the Irish balladeer's first Twin Cities show since the late-'00s.
Opponents said they found eliminating a numerical limit in favor of an existing rule requiring bikers to use “reasonable and prudent” speed was too vague.
Abshir Abtidon Barrow had the legal right to withdraw his guilty plea, the court said, reversing both the district court ruling that prohibited him from changing his plea and the state Court of Appeals.
On a per share basis, UnitedHealth’s earnings came in at $1.46, which was better than the $1.35 per share expected among analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters.
Fire erupted in a building Wednesday morning that houses numerous side-by-side businesses on West Broadway in north Minneapolis, authorities said. Firefighters were forced from the building's interior in the wake of a second-floor collapse.
A handful of gun bills are ready for a final vote.
Next to the ghost towns of the Texas Panhandle (photo above) Oklahoma sparkles with optimism. Minneapolis-based bike blogger Tony Brown is riding across the country — from San Diego to Savannah, Ga. — with his childhood friend.
The legislative auditor will look into alleged double-billing for education programs.
Gov. Mark Dayton issues executive order requiring MnDOT to allow cities to use umlauts.
Mayor Hodges renewed her criticism of tax breaks, putting her at odds with powerful council bloc.
Mall wants focus to be on actions of Black Lives Matter protesters, not on damages.
Even after he was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison without parole, former New England Patriots star tight end Aaron Hernandez is nowhere near done with his legal troubles.
Family members were present but declined to talk to journalists.
For the better part of a century, submerged dams were workhorses of the American heartland, harnessing the power of rivers to run grain mills, generate electricity and keep lakes and ponds full of water as a hedge against drought.
At 9 years old, Devan Dubnyk asked if he could play goal. His buddy was a goalie, and he thought the gear was cool. But his father wanted his boy to continue to develop as a skater.
Experiment now pointless in Liberia after country’s success in controlling virus.