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Working For The Weekend: Entertainment Best BetsThere is so much happening in the Twin Cities to celebrate the warmer season, including one event your dog can enjoy.
MSU-Mankato Pitcher Tosses Shutout Day After Mom's Death From CancerThe starting pitcher for the MSU-Mankato dedicated his game last Friday to his No. 1 fan. His mother, who died from cancer the night before.
Good Question: What Makes A Beautiful Sunrise Or Sunset?If you were up early Wednesday morning, you may have noticed the sky filled with beautiful oranges, purples and reds.
Wetterling Friend Recounts Eerie Incident Weeks Before Jacob's AbductionA boyhood friend of Jacob Wetterling is sharing what he told investigators: That a man in a blue car had chased him just a month before the abduction.
State Patrol: 2 Dead In Separate Afternoon CrashesTwo people were killed in separate accidents on Minnesota roads Wednesday afternoon, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
Life Story: Nancy GaleWhen she wasn't teaching math, she was teaching aerobics at her local YMCA or dancing with the Timberwolves senior dance team.

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MSU-Mankato Pitcher Tosses Shutout Day After Mom's Death From CancerThe starting pitcher for the MSU-Mankato dedicated his game last Friday to his No. 1 fan. His mother, who died from cancer the night before.
Twins Finalize Pitching Staff Ahead Of Home OpenerThe Minnesota Twins have reassigned right-handers Nick Tepesch and Alex Wimmers to minor league camp, finalizing their bullpen for the start of the regular season.
Does Home Ice Really Matter For Wild In Playoffs?There is the question of playing for seeding. It seems to consume conversations between Wild fans these days.
Target Field Among Leaders In Composting And Recycling; Asking Fans To Pitch InWith the Twins' eco-friendly, food-serving products, they turned tons of trash into fertile soil last year.
USA Women's Hockey Ends Boycott, Will Compete In World ChampionshipsUSA Hockey announced Tuesday night an agreement has been reached with the U.S. Women's National Team, and they'll play in the upcoming IIHF World Championships.
Wild's Parise To Likely Miss 3 Games After CollisionMinnesota Wild forward Zach Parise will likely miss the next three games, with bruising and swelling around his eye from a high stick to the face that led to blows to the head as he fell.

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4:30 A.M. Weather ReportLight showers are moving through southern Minnesota, hitting the south metro. Rain should move through by mid-morning, but clouds will stay for most of the day. Expect temperatures in the mid-40s and moderately high winds, Matt Brickman reports (3:29). WCCO This Morning – March 30, 2017
Morning Headlines From March 30, 3017Thursday's morning headlines include: Thousands honored a Wisconsin police officer who was killed in a mass shooting, St. Paul has agreed to pay a man $2 million after he was attacked by a police dog, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has been named the second richest person on the planet by Bloomberg and more, Ali Lucia reports (2:20). WCCO 4 News – March 30, 2017
10 P.M. Weather ReportA spring-like weekend is in the forecast, but some parts of Minnesota could still see rain soon, reports Chris Shaffer (2:56). WCCO 4 News At 10 – March 29, 2017
Good Question: What Makes A Beautiful Sunrise Or Sunset?Lots of Minnesotans post their dusk and dawn photos to social media. Heather Brown talks to one of WCCO's meteorologists to find out just what makes these times of day so magical (2:10). WCCO 4 News At 10 – March 29, 2017

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Tommies Blog: MIAC Teams Finish Seasons With NCAA Tournament RunsIt's been quite the winter season in the MIAC, with several teams making NCAA Tournament runs after either winning the league playoff title or receiving an at-large bid.
MNfusion: Realish Housewives Of Edina Season 2 Still Packs A PunchUnlike Washington D.C., the ladies of the Realish Housewives of Edina are back for a second season.
More Than 300 Films, Virtual Reality: What’s In Store For MSPIFF 2017A harbinger of springtime in the Twin Cities is the annual Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival, a massive Midwest cinematic event that spans nearly all of April and brings hundreds of new films and some their acclimated creators to Minnesota.
Wander Minnesota: Spring Festivals In AprilThis is one of the quieter months for festivals in Minnesota. But, while there may not be several festivals each weekend, there are still ways to celebrate springs arrival in Minnesota.
MNfusion: 'Chef's Choice' Is Focus Of New Downtown Minneapolis Restaurant MercyFollowing the closure of yet another Nicollet Mall restaurant – Ling & Louie's, a Hennepin Avenue spot is shuttering its doors. But, this time, hopes are it will reemerge as something familiar.
Mike's Mix: Dill Caipirinha At MercyEach week, Mike Augustyniak finds a new cocktail from a local mixologist. This week, he takes a trip to downtown Minneapolis to sample a drink at the brand-new Mercy.

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MNfusion: Realish Housewives Of Edina Season 2 Still Packs A PunchUnlike Washington D.C., the ladies of the Realish Housewives of Edina are back for a second season.
Wander Minnesota: Spring Festivals In AprilThis is one of the quieter months for festivals in Minnesota. But, while there may not be several festivals each weekend, there are still ways to celebrate springs arrival in Minnesota.
MNfusion: 'Chef's Choice' Is Focus Of New Downtown Minneapolis Restaurant MercyFollowing the closure of yet another Nicollet Mall restaurant – Ling & Louie's, a Hennepin Avenue spot is shuttering its doors. But, this time, hopes are it will reemerge as something familiar.
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