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'Operation Exile' Results in At Least 65 Arrests of Heroin Distributors

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At least 65 heroin distributors were arrested or charged in Minnesota following a drug trafficking investigation dubbed “Operation Exile”, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.

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ALDI Holds Hiring Events to Fill Positions in 8 Minn. Cities

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Looking for a new job? Low-price grocery store ALDI is hosting hiring events Thursday for more than two dozen positions.

City of Anoka Turns to 'Shell Game' to Repair Roads

Roads all across the metro took a beating this winter and now cities are paying the price to fix them.

Anoka approved an additional $1.2 million to repair and resurface streets in the northeast corner of the city.

It's using funds already set aside for other projects, including more then $600,000 to improve Green Haven Golf Course.

Complaint: 6 Baggies of Meth Found in Coon Rapids Home

Thirty-one-year-old Cody James Delpeches Graves - Photo: Anoka County Sheriff's Office

A Coon Rapids man could face 40 years in prison after admitting to selling meth.

Members of the Anoka Hennepin Drug Task Force executed a search warrant around 5:50 a.m. Wednesday, March 5, at a home on 105th Avenue Northwest in Coon Rapids. Police knew the home to be that of 31-year-old Cody James Delpeches Graves, according to the criminal complaint.

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Complaint: Coon Rapids Woman Caught Stealing from Fridley Wal-Mart

A Coon Rapids woman was arrested after allegedly shoplifting from a Fridley Wal-Mart.

Fridley officers were called to the store on the 8400 block of University Avenue Northeast around 5:30 p.m. Thursday, March 20, on a shoplifting report.

Burning Restrictions Begin Monday Across the State

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As all of the snow and ice begins to melt, the fire danger is expected to increase. Because of this, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is putting burning restrictions in place beginning Monday.

Lino Lakes Business Owner Arrested for Fraud while Trying to Flee Country

The owner of a massage parlor in Lino Lakes was arrested and accused of posting fraudulent charges on customer accounts while attempting to flee the country Thursday, according to authorities.

Stephanie Rae Lasch was intercepted at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport while boarding a flight to Beijing with her husband, authorities said.