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Past articles by Jeremiah:

Devondre Phillips guilty on all counts in Truck Park bar mass shooting

A woman was killed and 15 others injured, including Phillips and another suspect, in the October 2021 shooting. → Read More

Sartell police: Baby dies after apartment fire

A child under the age of one was pronounced dead at a local hospital following the fire Thursday. → Read More

Minnesota unemployment ticks up as state loses jobs in December

State economic officials said the 2.5% unemployment rate "remains historically low" and below the national rate. → Read More

Walz, Flanagan look to make Minnesota 'best state for kids' in new budget proposal

The $12 billion plan is the first of four packages in the administration's larger "One Minnesota" budget proposal. → Read More

Donald Blom, convicted of killing Katie Poirier, dies in prison

The 1999 kidnapping of a Moose Lake convenience store clerk captured the attention of the state. → Read More

LINKS: Winter weather road conditions, flights, snow emergencies

Here's how to find the latest information on roads and airports as a winter storm affects travel across the Upper Midwest in the days before Christmas. → Read More

Flu hospitalizations down slightly, but flu activity still high across Minnesota

According to the report released Thursday, 501 people were hospitalized in Minnesota with the flu for the week ending Dec. 3. That's a decline of 58 from a week ago. → Read More

Hockey Night in Minnesota | Dec. 15: Alexandria vs. Brainerd/Little Falls (Girls)

KARE 11 is teaming up with for another year of high school hockey livestreams featuring 26 boys and girls hockey games in the 2022-23 season. → Read More

Axel Henry selected to be next St. Paul police chief

St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter announced Henry will succeed interim Chief Jeremy Ellison in leading the department. → Read More

Richfield High School changes attendance policy for athletic events

The policy changes follow a shooting outside the school's homecoming football game last week. → Read More

Gummies available Aug. 1 for Minnesota's medical cannabis patients

Gummies and chews will be available under the state's medical cannabis program beginning August 1. → Read More

Edina Schools 'saddened and deeply disappointed' as hateful messages are left on tennis courts

"We are saddened and deeply disappointed to learn that this has taken place within our community and on our property," the district said in a statement. → Read More

Medical examiner: Marion Barber III death 'accidental' due to heat stroke

The former Wayzata and Gopher football star was found dead in Frisco, Texas in June. → Read More

Search expands to Stearns County for missing Northfield 6-year-old Elle Ragin

Northfield Police Chief Mark Elliott now says Ragin was last seen Sunday, June 19. → Read More

Twins turn first-ever 8-5 triple play in July 4 win over White Sox

Byron Buxton and Gio Urshela completed the unusual feat after a spectacular catch by Buxton in the outfield, and miscues by Chicago runners around the diamond. → Read More

Warning about flushing flammable materials follows Thursday explosion

The caution comes as authorities investigate an explosion and evacuation on the U of M campus. → Read More

Hennepin, 3 other metro counties now at medium COVID community level

Hennepin, Carver, Scott and Washington counties are now listed as medium level counties in the CDC's weekly update. → Read More

Teenage girl killed in Columbia Heights shooting

The Anoka Co. Sheriff described the death of Derryanna Deashia Davis as a "horrific loss of life." → Read More

COVID-19 levels rising again in Twin Cities wastewater

The Met Council said COVID-19 levels flowing into the St. Paul Metro Plant were up 15% compared to the previous week, including increases in the BA.2 variant. → Read More

'We must work together': Minneapolis city council votes to approve MPD contract

In an 8-5 vote, the council approved a collective bargaining agreement with the Minneapolis Police Officers Federation for 2020-22. → Read More