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Visitation Friday Night for Woman Killed at Minneapolis Bus Shelter

A woman who was killed after an SUV crashed into a Minneapolis bus shelter will be remembered Friday.

A public visitation has been scheduled for Billee Weaver from 6-11 p.m. Friday at Gichitwaa Kateri Catholic Church in Minneapolis. A funeral will be held on the White Earth Reservation at a later date.

Mpls. Firefighter Honored for Response to Valentine's Day Duplex Fire

More than 100 heroes in Minneapolis were honored for saving lives as part of the annual Minneapolis Fire Department Awards on Friday.

Funeral Held for SuperValu Employee Killed in Industrial Accident

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Friends and family members are mourning a 51-year-old man who was killed in an industrial accident last Sunday.

The funeral for Perry Goffard will be held at 11:30 a.m. Friday at Kozlak-Radulovich Chapel in Northeast Minneapolis.

Embattled Maple Grove Council Member Won't Resign

Embattled Maple Grove City Council Member LeAnn Sargent returned to her seat for the first time since leaving the Hennepin County workhouse. Sargent served time for financial exploitation of a vulnerable adult. She was found guilty of taking more than $100,000 from her father while she cared for him before his death.

Bicycle Enthusiasts Get Married at Start Line of 'Tour de Tonka'

Forget the Tour de France – how about the Tour de Tonka?

The ninth annual Tour de Tonka Bike Ride took place Saturday. There were six different routes around the lake for the 3,000 cyclists, including one route that was 100 miles.

But while many people were focused on the ride, one couple was more focused on the romance.

Brooklyn Center Teen Killed in Crash Described as 'Kind' and 'Talented'

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A Brooklyn Center teen who was killed in a rear-end crash last week was a “wonderful, kind, loving, talented, giving and very lovely boy,” loved ones wrote on his CaringBridge site.

HIV Diagnoses Drop in MN, but New Infections Rise in Immigrant Groups

HIV Diagnoses Drop in MN, but New Infections Rise in Immigrant Groups

About 301 people were newly infected with HIV in Minnesota in 2013, a 4 percent drop compared to 314 a year earlier, but a worrying trend persists among racial minority groups, according to data released by the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH).