St. Paul Pioneer Press
ST. PAUL — In a stunning decision that shook police and protesters alike, the officer who fatally shot Philando Castile was charged with manslaughter in his death — the first Minnesota officer in recent memory charged in such an incident.
MINNEAPOLIS—Hundreds of marchers protesting the election of Donald Trump shut down Interstate 94 for more than an hour Thursday night in Minneapolis. An estimated 1,000 people gathered at about 6:30 p.m. outside the Humphrey School of Public Affairs on the University of Minnesota campus. Shortly before 8 p.m., marchers made their way onto I-94 at Riverside Avenue. Police blocked freeway traffic in both directions between Hennepin Avenue and Huron Boulevard.
RICHFIELD, Minn.—Hours before Donald Trump arrived in Minnesota for a hastily arranged rally, his fans were waiting to greet him. About 9,000 people made it inside the Richfield airport hangar to see Trump's plane pull up and hear Trump speak to the crowd for about 40 minutes. At least twice that number did not make it inside. Greeting those who made it to the hangar's entrance was Kevin Kintz, 64 of New Brighton. He handed out stickers that read: "Share a message with Hillary on her chances this Nov! Get a prison pants suit NOW!"
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson told ESPN on Wednesday that he will have surgery Thursday to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee and he could be out the rest of the season. Peterson was injured late in the third quarter of the Vikings' 17-14 victory over Green Bay on Sunday night in the first regular-season game at U.S. Bank Stadium. He has what he said is a "bucket handle tear." "I'm told that it's a minimum of three, four months out and up to six months usually," Peterson told ESPN.
RANDOLPH, Minn. — A Cannon Falls man and his infant daughter were killed and his wife and son were seriously injured after a sport-utility vehicle they were in collided with...
FALCON HEIGHTS, Minn. — The Minnesota State Fair and several of its vendors are holding a State Fair Job Fair for the first time Wednesday. The job fair will run from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Progress Center, at Randall Avenue and Cosgrove Street. The line to apply will begin at 3 p.m., and everyone in line by 7:45 p.m. will be able to participate, the Fair said in a news release Monday.