By Sarah Horner, St. Paul Pioneer Press on Sep 11, 2014 at 11:47 p.m. SHAKOPEE, Minn.
LAKEVILLE, Minn. – A Lakeville woman flipped on the bathroom fan after her shower but it didn’t work. She checked the vent, prosecutors say – and her roommate’s boyfriend’s cellphone, which was recording video, fell out.
By Emily Gurnpon / St. Paul Pioneer Press A Blaine man was charged Thursday with criminal sexual conduct after he was caught ejaculating into a co-worker’s coffee, according to a criminal complaint. John Robert Lind, 34, told police he was attracted to the woman and “thought it was a way to get (her) to notice him,” the complaint said.
By Chris Tomasson / St. Paul Pioneer Press NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Preseason might not mean a lot, but an undefeated record often has been a springboard for the Vikings. The Vikings finished 4-0 with a 19-3 win over Tennessee on Thursday night at LP Field. It marked the seventh undefeated preseason in Minnesota’s 54-year history. Five of the first six times, the Vikings went on to have a regular-season record of .500 or better.
Minnesota home care workers unionize By Christopher Snowbeck, St. Paul Pioneer Press Today at 8:16 a.m. ST.
By Chris Tomasson/St. Paul Pioneer Press In an expected move, FOX Sports reported Monday morning that Vikings players have been informed Matt Cassel will start at quarterback to open the regular season. Cassel has been battling rookie Teddy Bridgewater for the starting job.
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By Bob Shaw / St. Paul Pioneer Press FALCON HEIGHTS, Minn. – The Minnesota State Fair has a new main entrance. The new transit hub, unveiled Thursday by fair officials, will handle about one-third of the annual 1.8 million visitors – more than any other single entrance.