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Headed By The Next Generation, Family-Run Lotus Returns To UptownThe Lotus in Downtown Minneapolis is expanding, opening up a second location on Hennepin Avenue in Uptown.
Community Mourns Coach Who Died During Morning RunThe Watertown-Mayer school district is mourning the loss of a longtime wrestling coach and gym teacher.
Former H.S. Principal Facing More Child Porn ChargesTim Dorway had been the principal of Chanhassen High School since 2010.
After 10 Months In The Hospital, Baby Henry Heads HomeThere's no place like home. It's a simple phrase, but sometimes getting there can be anything but simple, especially for little Henry Dolan.
Minneapolis Unveils Plan To Make Hennepin Ave. SaferThe area has been plagued with so-called "nuisance" crimes for years, but things have turned violent in the past.
Former Cult Leader Severely Beaten In Minnesota Prison, Suffered Brain DamageThe former leader of a Minnesota cult was severely beaten in a Rush City prison earlier this year, and suffered a traumatic brain injury.

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With Another Postseason Out Of Reach, Timberwolves Ponder The FutureWhile the Wild are concerned about playoff positioning, the Timberwolves would be happy just to make the playoffs.
30 Players: Alex Bregman Can Do It All For AstrosThe Astros took a step back last season after a playoffs run in 2015, they hope to get back with some help from their young third baseman.
Budgetary Concerns Lead UND To Cut Women's Hockey, Men & Women's SwimmingUniversity of North Dakota athletic department officials said Wednesday that budget cuts ordered by the school president have forced them to eliminate three sports, including a women's hockey program loaded with Olympians.
MSU-Mankato Pitcher Tosses Shutout Day After Mom's Death From CancerThe starting pitcher for the MSU-Mankato dedicated his game last Friday to his No. 1 fan. His mother, who died from cancer the night before.
Twins Finalize Pitching Staff Ahead Of Home OpenerThe Minnesota Twins have reassigned right-handers Nick Tepesch and Alex Wimmers to minor league camp, finalizing their bullpen for the start of the regular season.
Does Home Ice Really Matter For Wild In Playoffs?There is the question of playing for seeding. It seems to consume conversations between Wild fans these days.

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6 P.M. Weather ReportWith the coldest weather behind us, we're in for a bright, sunny weekend, reports Chris Shaffer (2:53). WCCO 4 News At 6 – March 30, 2017
With Another Postseason Out Of Reach, Timberwolves Ponder The FutureThe Timberwolves will almost certainly miss the postseason for the 13th year in a row, Mike Max reports (1:29). WCCO 4 News At 6 – March 30, 2017
Headed By The Next Generation, Family-Run Lotus Returns To UptownThe new restaurant is a return to the familiar for the Nguyen family, Reg Chapman reports (2:13). WCCO 4 News At 6 – March 30, 2017
Community Mourns Wrestling Coach Who Died During RunThe Watertown-Mayer school district is mourning the loss of a longtime wrestling coach and gym teacher, Angela Davis reports (2:02). WCCO 4 News At 6 – March 30, 2017

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Local Music Tap: 4 Shows To See This WeekendThis week's list has a great spectrum of shows that include an album release from an up-and-coming Maple Grove artist, an anniversary show for the iconic 331 Club and much more. Check them out below.
Target Field Introduces New Foods For 2017 - 2018 SeasonThe Minnesota Twins' home opener may not be until Monday, but there are already some home runs happening at Target Field.
Tommies Blog: MIAC Teams Finish Seasons With NCAA Tournament RunsIt's been quite the winter season in the MIAC, with several teams making NCAA Tournament runs after either winning the league playoff title or receiving an at-large bid.
MNfusion: Realish Housewives Of Edina Season 2 Still Packs A PunchUnlike Washington D.C., the ladies of the Realish Housewives of Edina are back for a second season.
More Than 300 Films, Virtual Reality: What’s In Store For MSPIFF 2017A harbinger of springtime in the Twin Cities is the annual Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival, a massive Midwest cinematic event that spans nearly all of April and brings hundreds of new films and some their acclimated creators to Minnesota.
Wander Minnesota: Spring Festivals In AprilThis is one of the quieter months for festivals in Minnesota. But, while there may not be several festivals each weekend, there are still ways to celebrate springs arrival in Minnesota.

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Target Field Introduces New Foods For 2017 - 2018 SeasonThe Minnesota Twins' home opener may not be until Monday, but there are already some home runs happening at Target Field.
MNfusion: Realish Housewives Of Edina Season 2 Still Packs A PunchUnlike Washington D.C., the ladies of the Realish Housewives of Edina are back for a second season.
Wander Minnesota: Spring Festivals In AprilThis is one of the quieter months for festivals in Minnesota. But, while there may not be several festivals each weekend, there are still ways to celebrate springs arrival in Minnesota.
MNfusion: 'Chef's Choice' Is Focus Of New Downtown Minneapolis Restaurant MercyFollowing the closure of yet another Nicollet Mall restaurant – Ling & Louie's, a Hennepin Avenue spot is shuttering its doors. But, this time, hopes are it will reemerge as something familiar.

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