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Republicans Making Late Push To Repeal ObamacareLawmakers are scheduled to vote on the GOP replacement for Obamacare, but Republican leadership is having a hard time getting the votes needed to pass it.
Suspect In US Jewish Center Bomb Threats Arrested In IsraelIsraeli police on Thursday arrested a 19-year-old Israeli Jewish man as the primary suspect in a string of bomb threats targeting Jewish community centers and other institutions in the U.S., marking a potential breakthrough in the case
'White-Nose Syndrome' Bat Disease Confirmed In 6 MN CountiesThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says a disease that has killed millions of bats has been confirmed in six Minnesota counties.
Man Gets 20 Years For Hermantown Drive-By ShootingOfficials in northern Minnesota say a Duluth man was sentenced to 20 years in prison Thursday after being convicted in a September drive-by shooting in Hermantown.
Health Department Investigating Neglect, Death At Waite Park FacilityThe Minnesota Department of Health is investigating after a patient at a facility in Waite Park died a day after suffering seizures and not receiving proper pain medication.
Minnesota Gained 3,800 Jobs Last Month, Didn't Lose 8,000 In Jan.State employment officials say Minnesota gained nearly 4,000 jobs last month.

Latest Sports Headlines

Frank & Amelia: The Basketball ParentsCameras caught up with our favorite basketball parents, Frank and Amelia, as they watched their son play for St. Thomas Academy in the State Basketball Tournament.
LaVine Expects To Return From ACL Tear 'Better Than Ever'After crashing to the court in a collision with Andre Drummond, Zach LaVine clutched his left knee and felt some discomfort.
Vikings RB Latavius Murray Has Ankle SurgeryThe Minnesota Vikings announced Wednesday that newly-signed running back Latavius Murray had surgery on his ankle.
Future Is Now For Twins Outfield With Buxton, Kepler & RosarioWhen Byron Buxton, Max Kepler and Eddie Rosario started in the Minnesota Twins organization, they were spindly teenagers with plenty of potential.
Rising Star: Oregon Guard Tyler DorseyTyler Dorsey, Oregon's sophomore guard, has been on a scoring tear. Can he keep his Ducks flying against the Wolverines from Michigan?
Twins Pitcher Trevor May Has Tommy John SurgeryMinnesota Twins right-hander Trevor May has undergone Tommy John elbow surgery that will keep him off the mound this season.

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WCCO A.M. On At Noon: WCCO Radio Hates PuppiesAdam Carter confirms this unfortunate stance to Jason DeRusha (1:50). WCCO 4 News At Noon – March 23, 2017
Noon Weather ReportA hard rain is gonna fall overnight and into Friday, Matt Brickman reports (). WCCO 4 News At Noon – March 23, 2017
When Weather Affects Culture: Artists Talk Exhibit On Nordic FashionSarah Cooper and Nina Gorfer, photographers whose work is being displayed at the American Swedish Institute, joined Ali Lucia and Jason DeRusha to talk about their “Weather Diaries” exhibit (3:07). WCCO 4 News At Noon – March 23, 2017
Utah Man Among Victims Killed In London AttackTeri Okita reports on the attack, which the Islamic State has claimed credit for (1:36) .WCCO 4 News At Noon – March 23, 2017

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MNfusion: Lakewinds, Good Acre Launch Maker-To-Market For 4 Local Food ProducersFaced with the problem of connecting food makers to retailers, and each other, Lakewinds Food Co-op stepped in. Together with The Good Acre, Lakewinds Food Co-op launched the Maker-to-Market incubator program in 2017.
Local Music Tap: 4 Shows To See This WeekendFrom hip hop to heavy thrash metal, this week’s 4-show lineup includes a healthy amount of new music release parties as well as a nice early show Sunday afternoon. Check them out below.
Prep Blog: State Basketball Tournament Features Several Division I RecruitsThis week's Boys State Basketball Tournament features several future Division I players.
MNfusion: St. Paul Artist Launches Sensory Exhibit 'I Am' In LowertownThe newest series to open at The Show Gallery in St. Paul's Lowertown neighborhood is a showcase featuring works of art that will stimulate all five senses. Kristi Abbott's "I Am" series opens on March 31.
Wander Minnesota: The Minnesota State Capitol BuildingThe Minnesota State Capitol, designed by Cass Gilbert, first opened in 1905. Since that time, millions of people – lawmakers and visitors – have poured through its doors. Over a hundred years after its opening, it was (not surprisingly) badly in need of restoration.
MNfusion: Mexican-Asian Fusion Restaurant Avenida Introduces New Menu ItemsFirst it was bacon. Next, cupcakes. Then, ramen. Now, could it be Peruvian? Avenida is hoping so.

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MNfusion: Lakewinds, Good Acre Launch Maker-To-Market For 4 Local Food ProducersFaced with the problem of connecting food makers to retailers, and each other, Lakewinds Food Co-op stepped in. Together with The Good Acre, Lakewinds Food Co-op launched the Maker-to-Market incubator program in 2017.
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MNfusion: St. Paul Artist Launches Sensory Exhibit 'I Am' In LowertownThe newest series to open at The Show Gallery in St. Paul's Lowertown neighborhood is a showcase featuring works of art that will stimulate all five senses. Kristi Abbott's "I Am" series opens on March 31.
Cantina Laredo Hosts 4-Course Tequila DinnerOn March 23, Cantina Laredo in the Mall of America restaurant will host another Tequila Dinner. The evening will consist of a four-course dinner featuring Casamigos Tequila.

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