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After Storm Clean-Up, Twin Cities Residents Try To Beat The HeatPeople across the Twin Cities weathered Thursday night's storm. Now, they'll try and beat the 90-degree heat that's coming our way.
His Name Is Luka, He Could Live Upstairs From YouThis week's guest comes from the Northwoods Humane Society. Luka is a 3-year-old Dachshund mix.
Boaters Urged To Beware Of Cold Water Ahead Of Memorial Day WeekendEven with the upcoming weekend heat wave, Minnesotans still need to take caution of cold water conditions while boating for the first time this season.
Storms Hit Twin Cities, Knock Down Trees & Power LinesSevere storms raced across the Twin Cities Thursday night, causing downed trees and power lines both in the metro and west of the metro.
Local Environmental Achievements HonoredThe organization recognizes the individuals, organizations, businesses, and communities who've joined forces to create a better environment for all Minnesotans.
MnDOT Warns Memorial Day Drivers To Be Cautious In Work ZonesMemorial Day weekend is not only the first unofficial weekend of summer, but also among the deadliest times of the year for road accidents.
What's The Reason For Rising Gas Prices?Gas prices are rising, and on Wednesday Democrats said it's all President Donald Trump's fault.
U Of M Study: 75 Percent Of Homes Have 1 Broken SprinklerA University of Minnesota Extension study of homes with irrigation systems found 75 percent of them had at least one broken sprinkler.
What To Do If You Find An Orphaned AnimalMay and June are the most active months for finding orphaned and injured baby animals.

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