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Sleeping bags and bedding are packed up after protesters, encamped in front of the Governor's Mansion on Summit Avenue in St. Paul, were told by police that they must remove their stuff, stay out of the street and not block the sidewalks, Tuesday, July 26, 2016. Vehicles were allowed into the blocked off area to pick up belongings and take them away. A handful of protesters were still sitting in front of the entrance to the building at 10:00 a.m. ( Pioneer Press: Scott Takushi)
Police arrest protesters outside governor’s home
3 hours 59 min ago
Wisconsin police officer admits to using police resources for nearly 100 sexual encounters
4 hours 3 min ago
Chisholm man dies in crash involving two semis
4 hours 26 min ago
The Roger Maris Museum at West Acres Shopping Center housed the S Rae Hickok Award, which was bestowd upon Roger Maris in 1961. The belt, traditionally given to the pro athlete of the year, was stolen early this morning during a targeted heist. The belt is seen in this 2003 file photo. Colburn Hvidston III / The Forum
In targeted heist, bandit stole 1961 championship belt at Roger Maris Museum in Fargo shopping center
4 hours 40 min ago
July 25, 2016
Deputy injured while his vehicle hit on Highway 10
19 hours 57 min ago
Man sentenced to 113 days in theft of pizza slice from Fargo gas station
19 hours 58 min ago
Grand Forks Fire Department head to the docks Friday afternoon during a search for a missing man in the Red River. Jesse Trelstad/ Forum News Service
Search suspended for missing Red River swimmer
20 hours 3 min ago
A study is underway that will help Granite Falls determine whether it is economically feasible to develop a whitewater park by taking advantage of the 18-foot fall at the Granite Falls dam and the three- to four-mile stretch of rapids and whitewater that exist downstream. Forum News Service
An opportunity hidden in plain sight? Study looking at economic feasibility for whitewater park in Granite Falls
20 hours 5 min ago
World War I reenactor Mike Burch (right) brandishes his trench knife as Minnesota Military Museum curator Doug Thompson holds Burch's revolver during a media event to announce the opening of a new WWI exhibit at the museum. Zach Kayser/Forum News Serviceplay button
New Camp Ripley exhibit gives visitors a look at WWI
20 hours 8 min ago
Minnesota road deaths so far on par with last year
20 hours 11 min ago
Man arrested after shooting in Cloquet
20 hours 11 min ago
A zebra mussel. Forum News Service file photo.
Zebra mussels found on lakes near Detroit Lakes, Alexandria
20 hours 12 min ago
The union exhibit at the 2013 Minnesota State Fair left no doubt about labor's No. 1 political goal: raising the state minimum wage. (Forum News Service photo by Don Davis)
Higher minimum wage, new laws begin August 1 in Minnesota
20 hours 20 min ago
Suspect in custody following gun incident at Park Rapids Burger King
July 25, 2016 - 2:00pm
Thousands remain without power in Duluth area
July 25, 2016 - 10:12am
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