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Police: Man In Traffic Vest Robs Maplewood BankMaplewood police are asking for the public's help after a man wearing a highly-visible traffic vest robbed a bank last week.
2 Juveniles Suspected Of Stealing Vehicles In Meeker Co., 1 ArrestedThe Meeker County Sheriff's Office says two juveniles are suspected of stealing vehicles within the county – and that one of them was arrested after a pursuit Wednesday.
Vikings: All U.S. Bank Stadium Games Sold OutAll Vikings home games for U.S. Bank Stadium’s inaugural season have sold out.
Visitation Today For Murdered 5-Year-Old GirlThe community of Watkins will gather Thursday to remember the life of 5-year-old Alayna Ertl.
Minn. Supreme Court To Hear $15 Minimum Wage AppealThe decision on whether to put the minimum wage of the city of Minneapolis on the ballot will be heard by the Minnesota Supreme Court.
Survey Finds The Average Cost Of Wedding GiftsHow much do you spend wedding gifts? A new survey shows it depends on your relationship to the bride and groom.

Latest Sports Headlines

Lynx Re-Sign G Anna CruzThe Minnesota Lynx announced Thursday they have re-signed guard Anna Cruz.
Vikings: All U.S. Bank Stadium Games Sold OutAll Vikings home games for U.S. Bank Stadium’s inaugural season have sold out.
Tommies Blog: St. Thomas Football Hungry After 2015 Title RunThe St. Thomas football team reported for its fall camp on Aug. 13, and there's already a sense of urgency for the Tommies.
Twins Fall To Tigers 9-4 For 6th Straight LossBrian Dozier hit his career-high 30th homer for Minnesota, as the Detroit Tigers beat the Twins 9-4 on Wednesday night.
Bridgewater Says He'll Play In 1st U.S. Bank Stadium GameMinnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater says he will play this weekend in the first game at the team's new stadium.
9 Minnesota Connections To The Rio OlympicsHere are nine Minnesota connections to the Olympics.

Best Of Minnesota

WCCO Viewers' Choice For Best Ice Cream In MinnesotaSure, there are Dairy Queens all over the world, but none like this in Starbuck. It's been owned and operated by the same family - the Andersons - for 60 years.
WCCO Viewers' Choice For Best 19th Hole In MinnesotaAfter a day on the golf course, there's nothing better than a fantastic "19th hole" waiting at the end of your game, a place to unwind after your round.
Surly Celebrates 10th Anniversary With New BeerAll month long, Surly Brewing has been celebrating a milestone 10th anniversary with parties around the Midwest.
WCCO Viewers' Choice For Best Gyro In MinnesotaIf you're hankering for a little Greek food, the quintessential meal on the go is the gyro. But only one spot is making the Best of Minnesota. You voted and sent Natalie Nyhus to Gyropolis in Bloomington.
Surly Brewer's Table Named Among 10 Best 2016 RestaurantsSurly Brewer's Table, one of the hottest new foodie temples in the Twin Cities, has earned national plaudits.
WCCO Viewers' Choice For Best Sports Bar In MinnesotaBunny's Bar & Grill has been a staple in St. Louis Park for the better part of a century. You voted it the best sports bar in Minnesota.

WCCO Features

Tommies Blog: St. Thomas Football Hungry After 2015 Title RunThe St. Thomas football team reported for its fall camp on Aug. 13, and there's already a sense of urgency for the Tommies.
Tap Talk: Corn, Cookies Among Inspiration For State Fair BeerFor the 2016 Great Minnesota Get Together, corn, cookies and even funnel cake served as inspiration for brewers. So, wash down your favorite fair food on a stick with some these new craft beers!
Tap Talk: LTD Brewing Co. Hosts Release Party For Triple IPAIPA lovers, head to Hopkins this weekend! For the third year in a row, Hopkins' LTD Brewing Company is releasing their popular beer Sleepwalker.
Mike's Mix: Smack Shack's HurricaneEach week, Mike Augustyniak finds a new cocktail from a local mixologist. This week, he tries a twist on the "quintessential drink of New Orleans."
'Lo And Behold': Werner Herzog Vs. The InternetThe legendary Bavarian filmmaker Werner Herzog grew up without electricity, running water or a telephone in the aftermath of WWII. He made his first movies with a camera he stole from a school. Now 73, the director of dozens of features and documentaries, such as "Grizzly Man" and "Aguirre, the Wrath of God", has focused his lens on the most important development in recent human history: the internet.
Tap Talk: Lakes & Legends Turns State Fair Corn Into BeerLakes and Legends Brewing Company is creating a Sweet Corn Summer Ale special for the Great Minnesota Get Together.

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