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DNR: Mille Lacs Walleye Season To End On Sept. 6Walleye season is ending early on Lake Mille Lacs. The DNR announced tonight the season will end after Labor Day weekend, on Sept. 6.
Minneapolis City Attorney Plans To Appeal $15 Min. Wage DecisionMinneapolis city officials are appealing a judge's decision to put a minimum wage vote on November's ballot.
Washington County Residents Get Bottled Water After Well ConcernsDozens of homeowners in Washington County are being told not to drink their well water.
Watkins Community In Shock Over Girl's MurderResidents of a central Minnesota community are remembering a young girl after an unimaginable past few days.
Reality Check: Attack Ads In The Nolan-Mills RaceCongressman Rick Nolan, the Democrat representing Minnesota’s 8th District, is running a television ad responding to what he calls a "smear" campaign by his opponent, Republican challenger Stewart Mills.
13 Sets Of Twins Born In July At Twin Cities HospitalIt was a record-breaking -- and adorable -- milestone Tuesday at Methodist Hospital's Birth Center in St. Louis Park.

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Zimmer Mum On Bridgewater, Peterson Playing SundayThe intrigue at practice Tuesday was quarterback Teddy Bridgewater's ability to throw and Mike Zimmer's ability to talk about it.
Fmr. Gopher Star Jacobson Charged With Felonies For Home SaleWCCO Radio has learned that Sam Jacobson, the former Gopher basketball star who went on to a brief NBA career, is charged with two felony counts of theft in Dakota County for a home sale in 2011.
Wild Changing Goal Song To Prince's 'Let's Go Crazy'The Minnesota Wild announced Tuesday that after surveying its season ticket-holders, they are changing their goal song.
Leaderboard: Career Workshop On The PGA TourSi Woo Kim's Wyndham win was a step up for the young South Korean, but the PGA Tour's last regular event offered golfers many opportunities.
Kidnapping Trial Delayed For Man Charged With Death Of Peterson's SonA kidnapping trial has been delayed for the man serving life in prison without parole for killing the 2-year-old son of Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson in South Dakota.
Lynx Return Home After Winning Gold In RioThe Minnesota Lynx have won three WNBA titles and now some of their players can add a gold medal to their resume.

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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