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Prosecutor: Jamar Clark Case Will Go To Grand JuryA county prosecutor in Minneapolis says it will be up to a grand jury whether to bring criminal charges against police officers in the fatal shooting of a black man.
BLM Protesters March From 4th Precinct To City HallAfter a night of violence that left five people shot near the 4th Precinct occupation, protesters are marching to Minneapolis City Hall in a show of solidarity.
MPD: Man Arrested On Probable Cause Murder In Case Of Missing WomanPolice have arrested a Minneapolis man on probable cause murder as part of an ongoing missing person investigation. Joshua Dow was arrested Monday after investigators uncovered information that led them to believe that the missing woman, 25-year-old Adelle Jensen, was dead.
BCA Investigating Fatal Columbia Heights Police ShootingThe Minnesota Department of Public Safety says the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is investigating after police officers shot and killed an armed suspect early Tuesday morning in Columbia Heights.
Man Accused Of Tricking Teen Boys Online Into Sending Him Nude PhotosAn Eagan man faces several child pornography charges after being accused of using social media to obtain nude photos of teenage boys. U.S. Attorney Andy Lugar says 32-year-old Anton Martynenko posed as women on social media and encouraged teenage boys to send him explicit photos as early as 2011.
DNR: No Shortage Of Pheasants In MinnesotaWildlife managers say Minnesota pheasant hunters should keep their gear handy.

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Timberwolves Invite 100 Military Members To Practice The Minnesota Timberwolves are hosting 100 members of the military as a way of saying thank you for their service.
Ejected Wis. Fan Sends Police 20 Dozen Coconut DoughnutsUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison Police say a California man sent them 20 dozen coconut doughnuts as payback after officers threw him out of a Badger football game Saturday.
FanDuel Weekly Roundup: Who To Play, Who To Pass For NFL Week 12It's crunch time in the NFL as the contenders are starting to separate themselves from the pretenders. Bye weeks are a thing of the past, so you'll have endless options on who to play and who to pass on in your upcoming FanDuel matchups.
Cowboys Try To Stay In Playoff Race Against Undefeated Panthers On ThanksgivingThe Dallas Cowboys only have three wins this season, but are only two games out of first place in the NFC East. However, they have to win on Thanksgiving Day when they welcome the undefeated Carolina Panthers for the biggest game of the day.
Struggling Eagles And Lions Try To Turn Things Around On ThanksgivingJust as the Houston Texans might have turned around their season in last week's game, the Philadelphia Eagles hope to do the same against the Detroit Lions.
Packers Try To Extend NFC North Lead With Thanksgiving Game Against BearsThe Green Bay Packers beat NFC North leader Minnesota Vikings this week and now want to sweep their division rival Chicago Bears on Thursday night.

Best Of Minnesota

WATCH: Wining And Tailgating With The Saturday SommelierWine and cheese tailgate pairings from Laura Maniec, master sommelier at Corkbuzz in NYC.
Cooking With WCCO: Creamed Spinach SouffléThis Thanksgiving, Open Arms of Minnesota will deliver hundreds of meals to people with terminal illnesses. Not only do they deliver turkey, they also do creative side dishes prepared in their Minneapolis kitchens. Executive Chef Steven Howard demonstrates his spinach soufflé in the Cambria Kitchen, Cooking with WCCO.
Minnesotan To Meet: Kathy Kuhl's Candles To Remember Your Beloved PetsFor pet owners, pets really are a part of the family. That’s why after losing her dog Maggie, Kathy Kuhl wanted to do something to memorialize her pet that had been a part of her family for more than a decade.
Best Places In Minnesota To Get Your Holiday Shopping Done EarlyYou don't have to wait until Black Friday and Cyber Monday to get holiday specials. Here's where to do some early shopping. You might also save plenty on purchases before the crowds madly rush in.
Good Question: What's The Markup At Retailers?With Black Friday coming up, potential customers already starting to see some really good deals -- 30, 40, and even 50 percent off. So, do stores make money on these sales? What are the markups? Good Question.
Best 2015 Holiday Restaurant Gift Card Deals In MinnesotaIt’s the best time of the year if you’re looking for a great deal on restaurant gift cards. Spend $100, get $20. Spend $100, get $25. Spend $25, get $5. It’s the perfect way to say “thank you” to coworkers, or your babysitter, or a great gift for family and friends.

WCCO Blogs

Movie Blog: Top 10 MST3K Episodes EverIn the increasingly distant future — more than a quarter-century ago this Thanksgiving, A.D. — the greatest Thanksgiving gift of all time was unleashed on the world. On Thanksgiving Day 1988, Twin Cities station KTMA aired the first episodes of what would eventually turn into arguably the biggest, most culturally significant cult TV show of all time.
'Art Addict' & The Passions Of Peggy GuggenheimDespite the monetary connotations of her name, Peggy Guggenheim amassed one of the greatest collections of modern art in the world, and she did so without throwing tons of money around.
Tap Talk: Brewery Trying To Win Over Macro-Brew Drinkers With '2-Pint Conversion'Are you a craft beer drinker who is annoyed with your friends who refuse to drink local craft beer? Or are you a big brand beer drinker, but want to branch out?
Tap Talk: Tin Whiskers Releases Wheatstone, Flip Switch IPA In CansOut with the bottles and in the cans. Out with the bottles and in the cans. After two years of brewing in St. Paul, Tin Whiskers Brewing Co. is introducing their beer in cans.
Mike's Mix: Make-Ahead Homemade Egg NogEvery Saturday, Mike Augustyniak helps kick off the weekend by checking out some of the best cocktail recipes from bars in the Twin Cities. This week, he gets us in the holiday spirit with a Make-Ahead homemade egg nog with former La Belle Vie bartender Adam Gorski who has an upcoming event at Hola Arepa.
Style Is Substance In 'The Assassin'“The Assassin” is not a typical period piece kung fu movie. While on the surface it might look like Zhang Yimou’s “Hero” or “House of Flying Daggers,” the tone and substance of director Hou Hsiao-Hsien’s work is far different. Instead of fantastical wire-fu fight scenes and kaleidoscopic melodrama, the focus here is highly tuned to visual composition, landscape and lyrical story-telling.
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