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Government, Police & Fire, Summer
The department joined with AARP Minnesota to man a booth at the 2012 Minnesota State Fair Thursday.
Police & Fire
Members of the Indian religion that has close ties to Fridley are worried about the racial dimension to Sunday's fatal shooting in Wisconsin.
Police & Fire, Business
A member of the family that owns Calhoun Pet Supply and Kyle's Market said he suspected a vendetta might be at play.
The Tangletown woman had a .25 blood alcohol percentage.
The Armatage boy was enraged when his mother called 911 after a verbal argument.
A roundup of traffic, domestic and narcotics-related violations committed in Southwest Minneapolis in the last week.
The girl did not suffer any major injuries.
The boy was taken to the hospital by ambulance.
The boy then shoved the girl to the ground during class at Ramsey International Fine Arts.
The Minneapolis Police Department seeks to warn citizens about potential scams and frauds.
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