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Coyote Rescued from Trap in St. Anthony is Recovering

A coyote found in a Twin Cities neighborhood has had a rough week.

"Catching an injured coyote can be really difficult," Wildlife Rehabilitation Center Executive Director Phil Jennie said.

Luckily for him, DNR Conservation Officer Brad Johnson was able to catch the coyote and bring him to the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.

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St. Paul Police Arrest Skyway Assault Suspect, Say Downtown is Safe

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St. Paul police are reassuring community members that downtown St. Paul is safe. The pronouncement came from Sgt. Paul Paulos at an afternoon news conference Friday after a group assault in a skyway.

Jury Deliberations Break for Weekend in Toyota Camry Case

A jury of six men and six women has gone home for the weekend in a case alleging a 1996 Toyota Camry had a design defect that caused a fatal crash.

Woman Wanted for Involvement with Mille Lacs County Home Invasion Leads Police on Chase

A woman wanted for her involvement in a home invasion in Mille Lacs County led police on a high-speed chase in the metro Thursday afternoon.

According to Deputy Thomas Volk of the U.S. Marshal Service, Kaley Wethern also had a warrant out for her arrest in Ramsey and Hennepin counties.

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Judge Cuts Sentence in St. Paul Firebombing that Killed 5 Children

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A federal judge has cut the sentence of a man sent to prison for life for the 1994 firebombing of a St. Paul home that killed five children.
Judge Michael Davis reduced the term for Robert James "Duddy" Jefferson to 50 years in response to a 2012 U.S. Supreme Court ruling barring mandatory life sentences for juveniles.

String of Group Attacks has St. Paul Police on High Alert, Businesses on Edge

A string of group attacks has taken place in downtown St. Paul in recent weeks.

Last Monday, a 23-year-old man and his 56-year-old friend were brutally assaulted by six people in a skyway downtown near Cedar Street.

MDH Seeks More Survey Participants to Help Understand Medical Pot Demand

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State health officials want to know how many Minnesotans want medical marijuana and where they live.
The state has struggled to answer those questions ahead of the new program's launch in July. The Minnesota Department of Health thinks they'll have about 5,000 patients but other estimates put it at 15,000 or more.