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Police Chase Robbery Suspects across Twin Cities

One person is in custody after an armed robbery and chase with police across the the Twin Cities on Wednesday night, according to St. Paul police.

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Minneapolis South HS Remembers Teen During Football Game

There was a mix of adrenaline, grief and understanding at the Minneapolis South High School football game Wednesday night.

Minneapolis Considering Accessory Dwelling Units, Holds Public Meeting

The city of Minneapolis held a second community meeting to answer questions about a proposal that would allow accessory dwelling units in qualifying homes, or on properties that meet new requirements.

DQ Customer Data Could be at Risk

Another Minnesota company is dealing with a possible data breach. Dairy Queen says customer information could be at risk.

According to Krebs on Security.com, a credit union in the Midwest discovered more than 50 customers were victims of credit and debit card fraud in the past few days at Dairy Queen stores.

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Federal Gov. Suing St. Anthony over Rejection of Islamic Center

The federal government is suing the city of St. Anthony for rejecting a proposed Islamic center a couple of years ago.

The U.S. Attorney Andrew Luger announced a civil rights lawsuit at a news conference Wednesday afternoon. The announcement follows a recent notice of intent to sue sent by the U.S. Department of Justice alleging religious discrimination.

Minnetonka Police Issue Crime Alert after Several Home Burglaries

Minnetonka police have issued a crime alert after several home burglaries have been reported in the city and surrounding areas.

Since Aug. 7, there have been 10 burglaries reported; three have occurred in Minnetonka, police said.

Mpls. Strives to Protect Public Land Along Proposed Southwest Light Rail Route

The Minneapolis City Council is preparing to vote on whether to move forward with the proposed $1.6 billion Southwest Light Rail line. Since the vote on Friday cannot come with any conditions, the city voted on a few conditions ahead of Friday's official vote, like protecting public land ownership.