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  • George Richey Jr.

    Mar 26, 2024

    George Richey Jr. July 10, 1940 ~ March 22, 2024 (age 83) George M Richey Jr, Wejaani' wewidam "Powerful voice", age 83, passed away on Friday, March 22, 2024, in Red Lake, MN. George M Richey Jr was born on July 10, 1940 to George Marion Richey Sr and Anna Beaulieu Richey. He spent the entirety of his life on the Red Lake reservation, except for the time he spent in the United States Marine Corps. George was a gifted musician and singer who grew up in an era where many families sang, danced...

  • Biden-Netanyahu rift grows, as Israel cancels delegation visit

    Mar 26, 2024

    Senior Biden administration officials believed they made clear to their Israeli counterparts in nonstop talks over the weekend the possibility that the United States would abstain from - rather than veto - a U.N. Security Council resolution Monday calling for an immediate cease-fire in Gaza. But the White House was taken aback by what happened after the abstention vote was cast: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu abruptly canceled a high-level delegation's trip to Washington, specifically...

  • Trump reels from competing court decisions as trials disrupt campaign

    Mar 26, 2024

    NEW YORK - Within the span of an hour, one court rescued Donald Trump from potential financial ruin, while another set a trial to start in the height of the campaign season. The presumptive Republican presidential nominee rolled with the rapid twists Monday with his usual defiance and bluster - in split seconds attacking one set of judges and praising another, ignoring reporters then suddenly pivoting to address them, brushing off heckles and welcoming cheers from onlookers along the streets. Th...

  • Moscow rampage reveals ambition, deadly reach of ISIS successor groups

    Mar 26, 2024

    A few months before being killed in a U.S. Special Forces raid, Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi released a final video message that symbolically passed the torch to far-flung followers in distant lands. His self-declared caliphate had been defeated, he acknowledged, and it was now up to the terrorist group's regional chapters to carry out "revenge operations" around the world. "Our battle today is one of attrition and stretching the enemy," Baghdadi said in the April 2019 video, releas...

  • Sean Combs's homes raided by Homeland Security

    Mar 26, 2024

    The Department of Homeland Security raided multiple homes belonging to Sean "Diddy" Combs on Monday as the hip-hop mogul faces several lawsuits over accusations including physical abuse, sexual assault and sex trafficking. "Earlier today, Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) New York executed law enforcement actions as part of an ongoing investigation, with assistance from HSI Los Angeles, HSI Miami, and our local law enforcement partners. We will provide further information as it becomes...

  • U.S., Britain sanction China for broad 14-year hacking campaign

    Mar 26, 2024

    The Justice Department on Monday unsealed an indictment charging seven Chinese state-sponsored hackers with a broad 14-year campaign to target U.S. and foreign critics, businesses and political officials to advance Beijing's economic espionage and political spying goals. In tandem, the Treasury Department announced sanctions on two of the hackers and a front company for their roles in breaching U.S. critical infrastructure, including in the defense and energy sectors. The British government...

  • U.S. Supreme Court ruling leads to $109 million state payout for property seizures

    Mar 26, 2024

    Property owners harmed by a loss of equity after tax forfeitures are set to share in a proposed $109 million settlement that Gov. Tim Walz and DFL leaders agreed to after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling. The settlement came out of negotiations over two lawsuits and will affect some 6,000 Minnesotans. Walz and DFL leaders agreed on Friday to include the payment in the supplemental budget this year, making it the largest line-item unrelated to the bonding bill. "In our budget, we're going to make...

  • The IRS has 940,000 unclaimed tax refunds from 2020 that are about to expire. Is one of them yours?

    Mar 26, 2024

    WASHINGTON - The IRS is warning taxpayers that they may be leaving more than $1 billion on the table. The federal tax collector said Monday that roughly 940,000 people in the U.S. have until May 17 to submit tax returns for unclaimed refunds for tax year 2020, which total more than $1 billion nationwide. The average median refund is $932 for 2020. Texas (93,400), California (88,200), Florida (53,200) and New York (51,400) have the largest amount of people potentially eligible for these refunds....

  • 29 years in federal prison for Pine City man who used Snapchat to victimize hundreds of young girls

    Mar 26, 2024

    A federal judge on Monday sentenced a 26-year-old Pine City man to decades in prison for using Snapchat to groom and abuse more than 200 young girls - more than a dozen of whom he lured to be raped. Chief U.S. District Judge Patrick Schiltz sentenced Caleb Vincent McLaughlin to more than 29 years in federal prison in what prosecutors called "by far, one of the worst online and hands-on child exploitation cases [Minnesota] has seen in recent history." Schiltz said Monday that the sentence was...

  • Attempted murder charge: Man stabbed 17 times during bar fight in Crystal

    Mar 26, 2024

    A man was stabbed 17 times during a fight inside a bar in Crystal, according to a criminal complaint. Kendrick L. Dotstry, 51, of Brooklyn Park was charged in Hennepin County District Court last week with attempted second-degree intentional murder in connection with the stabbing on March 16 at SteveO's in the 4900 block of W. Broadway. Officials have yet to release the victim's identity. Dotstry remains jailed in lieu of $150,000 bail ahead of an April 18 court appearance. A message was left with his attorney seeking a response to the...

  • Police ID man found dead on St. Paul sidewalk from an assault

    Mar 26, 2024

    Police officers on patrol over the weekend came upon a man down on a St. Paul sidewalk following a deadly assault, officials said Monday. The discovery of 30-year-old Peter Nguyen, of Coon Rapids, was made about 1 a.m. Saturday near Case Avenue and Arcade Street, said Sgt. Mike Ernster. "Officers quickly realized that the person was unconscious and not breathing," Ernster said. https://www.startribune.com/man-is-found-dead-on-st-paul-sidewalk-after-apparent-assault/600353865/...

  • Officials ID man found stabbed to death in vehicle parked in Crystal with engine running

    Mar 26, 2024

    Officials have identified the man who was found stabbed to death in a parked vehicle in Crystal last week. Eddie D. Winters, 40, of Minneapolis suffered multiple stab wounds on Thursday, the Hennepin County Medical Examiner's Office said. No arrests have been announced. Officers were dispatched about 7:25 a.m. to the 3200 block of N. Hampshire Avenue on a report of a suspicious vehicle that had been parked there since 4 a.m. with the engine running and possibly unoccupied, police said in a court filing. https://www.startribu...

  • Kyiv endures a third bombardment in 5 days as Russia steps up targeting of Ukrainian cities

    Mar 26, 2024

    KYIV, Ukraine - Russia launched missiles against Kyiv for the third time in five days and also targeted other regions Monday as Moscow escalated its aerial bombardment of Ukrainian cities while the front line in the war remains largely stationary. Nine people were injured in the morning strike on the Ukrainian capital, the Ukraine Rescue Service said. The Pecherskyi district was the hardest hit. Missile debris damaged homes in two districts and a local college gym in another district, Ukraine's...

  • Maple syrup season pours on after record early starts

    Mar 26, 2024

    SEBEKA, Minn. - Maple sap has been dripping, and in some cases gushing, weeks earlier than normal for Minnesota's maple syrup producers. The maple woods are normally just waking up and beginning to get the juices flowing in mid-March, but for producers like Les Schwartz, who taps maple and birch trees near Sebeka, Minnesota, the season has been going strong since mid-February. "This year we started a lot earlier than most years. We collected our first sap on the 22nd (of February). That's about...

  • Trump's first criminal trial is now set for April 15

    Mar 26, 2024

    NEW YORK - Donald Trump will face his first criminal trial on April 15, the judge overseeing the former president's hush money case ruled Monday after having allowed a several-week delay so Trump's lawyers could review last-minute documents relevant to the case. The Manhattan trial, over a payment Trump authorized in the final weeks of the 2016 election to silence porn star Stormy Daniels' claims of a sexual encounter with him, had been set to start March 25. But after federal prosecutors...

  • Three out of four Minnesotans with prediabetes unaware they have it

    Mar 26, 2024

    Diabetes Alert Day, March 26, is a one-day “wake-up call” that focuses on the seriousness of diabetes and the importance of understanding your risk. The Minnesota Department of Health is encouraging Minnesotans to take a minute to answer seven questions to find their risk of having prediabetes. It’s easy to know where you stand by visiting DoIHavePrediabetes.org (PodriaTenerPrediabetes.org in Spanish). “Taking a minute to answer these questions could be the best thing you do for your health all year,” said Teresa Ambroz, manager, and researche...

  • Attorney General Ellison wins protections for dairy-farm workers while wage theft lawsuit continues

    Mar 26, 2024

    March 25, 2024 (SAINT PAUL) – Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison announced today that he has obtained protections for dairy-farm workers for the duration of his lawsuit against Evergreen Acres Dairy, Evergreen Estates, Morgan Feedlots, and the dairy operations’ owners Keith Schaefer and Megan Hill (collectively “Evergreen”). In a stipulated temporary injunction, Evergreen has agreed to take specific steps to ensure it pays workers correctly and improves housing conditions while the lawsuit continues. The agreement is the latest develop...

  • Pine City Man Sentenced to 29 Years in Prison for Multi-Victim Child Exploitation and Child Pornography Scheme

    Mar 26, 2024

    MINNEAPOLIS – A Pine City man has been sentenced to 350 months in prison followed by 12 years of supervised release for producing, receiving, and distributing images of child pornography, and coercing and enticing minors to engage in illegal sexual activity, announced U.S. Attorney Andrew M. Luger. "For years, Caleb McLaughlin used social media to groom, sexually exploit, and abuse hundreds of minor victims. He preyed upon the most vulnerable, with some victims as young as 11 or 12 years o...

  • 2024 GigaZone Gaming Championship Announces More Gaming Tournaments

    Mar 26, 2024

    (Bemidji, MN) (March 25, 2024) – The 2024 GigaZone Gaming Championship and TechXpo is Saturday, April 20 at the Sanford Center in Bemidji with special guest Danielle Feinberg from Pixar Animation Studios. The event features free admission and free gaming on various console and arcade games, numerous tournaments, door prizes, and more. This year's GigaZone Gaming Championship is bigger than ever before with over a dozen tournaments including: Rocket League- Main Stage The main stage tournament o...

  • Red Lake Nation to host Community Meeting Regarding Restoration of Upper Red Lake

    Red Lake Nation to host Community Meeting Regarding Restoration of Upper Red Lake Wednesday, March 27, 2024 - Oshkiimaajitahdah Event Center - 5 PM - 7 PM . . ....

  • Tribally owned internet gets funding boost

    Mar 26, 2024

    HOOPA VALLEY RESERVATION, Calif. - The Hoopa Fire Department is a fortress of pinewood and eggshell-colored sheet metal against a backdrop of evergreen-blanketed hills. As the nerve center of the Hoopa Valley Tribe's emergency response services, it has taken on a new, existential importance in recent years, as climate change brings more frequent and intense wildfires to the reservation and surrounding area here in Northern California. Greg Moon, the tribe's former fire chief and director of...

  • Red Lake Police Department and Corrections Sponsor Easter Egg Hunt on March 23, 2024 - P2

    Red Lake Police Department|Mar 26, 2024

    The Red Lake Police Department and Corrections Sponsored an Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 23, 2024 starting at 12 noon, along with Easter baskets and pictures with the Easter Bunny. Red Lake Police Department: RLPD and Corrections would like to thank all of the community members for coming out to our event today! Our staff had so much fun and we hope you all did as well! Have a safe and Happy Easter. Here are the winners of our bike drawing! The following people still need to come pick up...

  • "Walk of Remembrance" Walk held on Thursday, March 21, 2024 in Red Lake - P3

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Mar 26, 2024

    A "Walk of Remembrance" Walk was held on Thursday, March 21, 2024 in Red Lake at 3:30 PM. Sponsored by 3.21.05 Memorial Fund Project...

  • Fertile-Beltrami shuts down Red Lake in Section 8A Championship game 92-67 at the REA in Thief River Falls - P13

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Mar 26, 2024

    Fertile-Beltrami shuts down Red Lake in Section 8A Championship game 92-67 at the REA in Thief River Falls Fertile-Beltrami advances to represent Section 8A in the State Tournament this week FERTILE-BELTRAMI IMPRESSIVE AS THEY BEAT RED LAKE IN SECTION CHAMPIONSHIP By KROX Radio The Fertile-Beltrami Falcons played an outstanding all-around game to build a big lead to defeat the Red Lake Warriors in the Section 8A Boys Basketball Championship game, 92-67, on Friday at the Ralph Englestad Arena in...

  • Fertile-Beltrami shuts down Red Lake in Section 8A Championship game 92-67 at the REA in Thief River Falls - P14

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Mar 26, 2024

    Fertile-Beltrami shuts down Red Lake in Section 8A Championship game 92-67 at the REA in Thief River Falls Fertile-Beltrami advances to represent Section 8A in the State Tournament this week FERTILE-BELTRAMI IMPRESSIVE AS THEY BEAT RED LAKE IN SECTION CHAMPIONSHIP By KROX Radio The Fertile-Beltrami Falcons played an outstanding all-around game to build a big lead to defeat the Red Lake Warriors in the Section 8A Boys Basketball Championship game, 92-67, on Friday at the Ralph Englestad Arena in...

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