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Police Blotter - June 19
17 min 31 sec ago
A day at the lake. Weather drawing by Natalie Johnson of Mrs. Bieganek's fourth-grade class at Nisswa Elementary School.
Weather Drawing: A day at the lake
1 hour 29 min ago
Anniversary event set for the Crisis Line
1 hour 32 min ago
Highway 27 segment at County Road 47, east of Lastrup, closes June 25
1 hour 33 min ago
Crash involving a trailer full of hay bales sends 2 to hospital
1 hour 33 min ago
Sheriff's office releases victim's name in drowning
1 hour 33 min ago
Willmar man, a minimum-security inmate, escapes custody in Becker County
1 hour 51 min ago
This shows a section of bridge on Interstate 94 west of Alexandria that was removed for construction. Saturday night, a driver traveling east on the closed west-bound lane drove off the bridge and into the Lake Latoka channel. Lowell Anderson / Forum News Service
Minn. deputy says passerby's quick call, assistance was factor in woman's water rescue
2 hours 12 min ago
The White House in Washington. (Al Drago/Copyright 2018 The New York Times)
Man arrested trying to scale White House barrier
4 hours 48 min ago
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Twin Cities man warned wife she would ‘cry blood’ in Amber Alert incident, charges say
5 hours 2 min ago
Minn. has one of its most-deadly weekends on roads in months as 11 die
5 hours 9 min ago
President Donald Trump speaks before signing the Space Policy Directive-3 next to U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, during a National Space Council meeting in the East Room of the White House in Washington on Monday, June 18.  Bloomberg photo by Andrew Harrer.
Trump says he's directing Pentagon to create a new 'space force'
6 hours 4 min ago
The U.S. Coast Guard checks American Spirit for leaks on Sunday after the ship ran aground in the harbor. Tyler Schank / Forum News Service
Rising water helps free ship in Duluth harbor
6 hours 13 min ago
Cans of Molson Coors Brewing Miller Lite and Coors Light brand beer are arranged for a photograph in a refrigerator in Princeton, Illinois, on Oct. 26, 2016.  Daniel Acker/Bloomberg
Trump tariffs are buzzkill for U.S. beer giant as costs jump
6 hours 15 min ago
FILE -- A person early votes at Central Library in Madison, Wis., Oct. 14, 2016. The U.S. Supreme Court declined on June 18, 2018, to decide two challenges to partisan gerrymandering, citing technical grounds. In a case from Wisconsin, the court said plaintiffs there had not proved they had suffered the sort of direct injury to give them standing to sue. The court sent the case back to the lower courts to allow the plaintiffs to try again. (Lauren Justice/The New York Times/Copyright 2018)
Supreme Court sidesteps decision on partisan gerrymandering in rulings on Wisconsin, Maryland cases
8 hours 44 min ago