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Good Question: How Do Drug Companies Set Their Prices?The cost of EpiPens, a shot to treat life-threatening allergies, has jumped from about $100 to $600 in the past six years.
Fans Say Acoustics At U.S. Bank Stadium Uncomfortably LoudHearing experts are asking fans to take precautions to protect their ears when they go to major events at U.S. Bank Stadium.
Timeline Of Events In Lead Up To Alayna Ertl's MurderWCCO has learned new details about the hours leading up to the kidnapping of Alayna Ertl.
Northwoods Community Reeling Over Alayna Ertl's Death"I couldn't sleep Saturday night, just thought about it," said Craig Speldrick, who lives inside the Wilderness Park Private Estates, where 5-year-old Alayna Ertl’s body was found on Saturday.
MOA's Bomb-Sniffing Dogs Work Hard To Keep Shoppers SafeSecurity at the nation's largest mall is a huge job, and Mall of America works around the clock to make sure shoppers stay safe.
GOP: Mayor Hodges Is Blaming Trump Supporter Assault VictimsMinnesota's Republican Party accused Minneapolis' mayor Wednesday of blaming the victims of a protest that turned ugly.

Latest Sports Headlines

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.
Nick Faldo On The Barclays: Bethpage Black 'A Beautiful Golf Course'Nick Faldo, CBS Sports analyst and six-time major winner, previews The Barclays, as the FedExCup playoffs tee off at Bethpage Black.
Lawmaker Wants Taxes Axed For Minnesota Olympic Medal WinnersRepublican Rep. Pat Garofalo said Wednesday he'd introduce a bill next year to exempt Rio's medal winners from state taxes.
Timberwolves' Towns To Be Face Of NBA 2K17 Mobile AppMinnesota Timberwolves center Karl-Anthony Towns has been tabbed to be the face of 2K's mobile companion application to NBA 2K17 video game.

Best Of Minnesota

Best Spicy Food Restaurants In MinnesotaFive Minnesota establishments offer fare spicy enough for the most seasoned palate.
Ask A Minnesota Expert: Preparing For Fall FashionFall fashion this year is fluid and multifaceted, according to Amy Rosenthal, CEO and co-founder of the boutique Amalli Talli. Layered flowing contours, whimsical prints, and vintage jewelry show a mid-60s/early 70s flair. The dot-com 90s make a 50s-style statement in leather biker and jean jackets and pearl chokers. Platform shoes, velvet, and suede and flannel are in. And so are skinny jeans. Career gals still pocket a smart phone in a pant suit, but more are converting to the skirt suit. Bold and bright accessories warm the cool look of a fall wardrobe.
Best Fall Festivals Coming To MinnesotaSay goodbye to summer and celebrate the autumn season at these local festivals.
Best Minnesota Mountain Biking SpotsLocal adventurers who like the feel of their wheels spinning over rugged terrain are in luck. We’ve scoped out some of the top spots for mountain biking statewide so you don’t have to.
Best Places To Buy An Aquarium In MinnesotaYour fishy friends deserve the very best home. Find the finest aquariums at these local stores.
Best Folk Music Venues In MinnesotaCoffee houses and outdoor concerts were once staple folk music venues. Now you can listen to folk music anywhere, even in a pub.

WCCO Features

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.
Ellison To Discuss Policing Doc With Filmmaker, BLM ActivistMinnesota Rep. Keith Ellison will be part of a discussion Thursday on policing in America following the screening of a documentary focusing on the Ferguson shooting and police militarization.
Wander Minnesota: I Scream, You Scream, We All ScreamSummer's actually been pretty pleasant this year, with limited numbers of scary heat waves and a goodly amount of beautiful weekends. Regardless of whether it's hot, hotter, or hottest, ice cream is always welcome. Luckily, the Twin Cities have tons of options for that sweet treat. Here are a few to get you started.

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