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Why Did Minneapolis Red-Bag My Parking Meter?On an average day the City of Minneapolis will bag anywhere from 50 to 200 meters. During the Super Bowl, they'll bag hundreds more.
'Pink Girl' Fights City Over Business' Vibrant Paint JobA colorful house in Hudson, Wisconsin is creating controversy.
Why Is This St. Paul Teacher Being Denied A Teaching License? A Twin Cities man says his plight to get a teaching license -- after being a teacher for three years already -- only underscores the need for a change.
Twin Cities Join Forces To Get New Amazon HQ In Minn.Minneapolis and St. Paul are pooling their resources to get Amazon to put its new headquarters and 50,000 jobs in Minnesota.
'We Need Help & We Need It Fast': Minn. Woman Organizes Donation Drive For Island Hit By IrmaA retail shop in Tonka Bay, Minnesota, isn't typically a first stop in hurricane recovery but Chrissy Farley is looking to change that.
1st Day Of Fall Feels A Whole Lot Like SummerWho knew summer would take a bite out of fall on its first day.
Dayton Says Reinsurance Program Has Federal ApprovalGov. Mark Dayton says the nation's top federal health care official has signed off on Minnesota's new program to help lower insurance rates.
Minn. Secretary Of State Says Russian Hackers Targeted His Site Before 2016 ElectionFederal officials say hackers working for the Russian government targeted the Minnesota secretary of state's website leading up to the 2016 election but did not break in.
Admitted Gang Member Found Guilty Of Fatal Mpls. CrashAn Apple Valley man was found guilty Friday of driving drunk and killing another motorist in downtown Minneapolis in June.
Minnesotans Worry About Family Members In Puerto RicoThe Puerto Ricans in Minnesota Committee, the St. Paul Foundation and elected officials are calling on businesses and residents to send support to the U.S. territory.
Gov. Dayton-GOP At An ‘Impasse’ On Budget Dispute, Mediator SaysGov. Mark Dayton and the Minnesota Legislature are at an impasse over a bitter budget battle that’s threatening hundreds of House and Senate jobs, according to the court-appointed mediator.
DNR Optimistic About Duck Hunting OpenerOfficials with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and Ducks Unlimited are optimistic about the waterfowl season in Minnesota, which starts a half-hour before sunrise Saturday.

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