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Minneapolis, MN, United States

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Past articles by Dylan:

Backpage.com CEO pleads guilty, will testify against others

CEO Carl Ferrer also agreed Thursday to testify in ongoing prosecutions against others at the site that authorities have dubbed a lucrative nationwide "online brothel." → Read More

ACLU critical of new MPD body camera policy

The ACLU of Minnesota said there are "a number of encouraging changes," but is also "disappointed" by some changes. → Read More

Grandfather: Vadnais Heights threat 'blown out of proportion'

"This whole thing has been blown out of proportion," says the grandfather of a student accused of making a shooting threat at a Vadnais Heights school. → Read More

Flipgrid is the 'Snapchat' for education

Commonly described as the Snapchat for education, Flipgrid has grown into an education social platform for students around the world. → Read More

Northfield police issue warning after drug overdoses

The three people survived the overdose after receiving the life saving drug Naloxone. → Read More

Red Lake school shooting survivors reflect on Fla. tragedy

March 21 will mark the 13-year anniversary of the worst school shooting in Minnesota history. Two survivors of that horrific day share their experience. → Read More

Community mourns teen fatally struck in traffic

"He was a kid that never had any troubles, any arguments or anything of that nature," said Daunte Jamal Moore's coach. "Just a kid that truly had a heart of gold." → Read More

Hundreds gather to remember boy, 8, killed by snowmobiler

Joshua and Lauren Swindle were so moved by the tragedy that they wanted to help - even though they had never met the family. → Read More

Vigil held for iconic Arby's sign in Uptown

Fans of the fast food restaurant decided a memorial was the best way to say goodbye, and the movement picked up steam on social media. → Read More

Curling is a rising sport in Minnesota

Clasen is the General Manager of the club and he says just six years ago it was the only such club in the metro. Now he says there are at least five. → Read More

Running Tap: From refugee to brewing entrepreneur

Running Tap takes craft beer from typically small local breweries and delivers them right to your home. → Read More

Cold temps and snow take a toll on area roads

A busy day for law enforcement as the cold temperatures and dusting of snow cause accidents around the metro. → Read More

Cold temps and snow take a toll on area roads

A busy day for law enforcement as the cold temperatures and dusting of snow cause accidents around the metro. → Read More

Bright side: Bitter cold kills invasive species

Look on the bright side. The bitter cold can be good at killing tree bugs. → Read More

Sisters of Rise Bagel are anything but bland

It was a struggle for us to find a bagel we admired in the Twin Cities," Jen Lloyd said. That kind of led us on the journey to source local ingredients, make them organic and fresh. → Read More

Car slams into Excelsior business, 2 injured

Two people working at Provisions inside The Mill building were injured. → Read More

Activist helps MN woman robbed in Chicago

Donna Hart says she was robbed at gunpoint on Tuesday outside of her family's home in a Chicago suburb. → Read More

What's that smell in the metro?

Why does the metro smell like manure? There's a simple answer: Manure. → Read More

Entrepreneur stitching a superior hammock

A Twin Cities man's invention of a down-filled hammock was born out of a need to get a little warm sleep -- while carrying less. → Read More

Toy drive dispute in Shakopee

For roughly 15 years Bob Weikle has collected toys for a donation drive. Something he took over in 2003 from another Shakopee resident. → Read More