The Little Falls man who shot and killed two teens that broke into his home on Thanksgiving Day in 2012 looked away as prosecutors played an audio clip of the shootings during the trial Tuesday.
The City of Minneapolis is considering changing the name of Columbus Day at a council meeting on Friday.
Activists in the city have proposed changing the name to "Indigenous People's Day." The date falls on Oct. 13 this year.
A 61-year-old man was sent to the hospital over the weekend after allegedly shooting himself and claiming there was an intruder in his basement.
Changes will be made to the troubled Wildcat Sanctuary in Sandstone.
KSTP has reported about the investigation into allegations of misuse of funds at the Sanctuary.
An agreement was reached Tuesday between the Minnesota Attorney General and the Wildcat Sanctuary Board of Directors.
The Minnesota Board on Judicial Standards has publicly reprimanded Wabasha County Judge Terrence M. Walters for rules violations.
The board says in one case, Walters was discourteous to a deaf psychologist who was being retained to see if a deaf defendant was competent. The psychologist withdrew.
Bait shops, resorts and other businesses in northern Minnesota are watching the weather and hoping for warmer temperatures to melt the ice on lakes before the fishing opener next month.
A northeastern Minnesota ski resort plans to stay open until May - its latest closing date ever.
Lutsen Mountains Ski Resort in Cook County still has two to four feet of snow on its runs. And, even with warming temperatures, the resort says it will operate for two more weekends, until May 4.
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