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Stores Making Shift To Accommodate Chip CardsStores are making the shift to take debit and credit cards equipped with EMV chips. Target, along with several major banks, have already starting issue customers the chip cards to try to help cut down on data fraud.
Good Question: When Do We Have To Shovel Sidewalks?For some Minnesotans, Monday night's snowfall was significant. For others, it was just a nuisance - two to three inches, including some that had already melted.
MOCA Helps Make Ovarian Cancer Patients' Dreams Come TrueAround 400 Minnesota women get the same scary diagnosis each year -- ovarian cancer. The average age to get the news is 63, but younger Minnesotans are also affected. Twenty-six-year-old new mom Wendy Thurston and her husband have had an exhausting five months.
Police Renewing Plea For Information In Woman's Beating DeathThe Minneapolis Police Department is asking for the public's help to find a suspect after a woman assaulted back in September died last week from her injuries.
Protesters Call For Harsher Charges Against 4th Precinct ShootersAttorneys for three men accused in a shooting that wounded five black men demonstrating outside a Minneapolis police precinct are denying their clients are racist and downplaying evidence. A fourth man accused of firing the shots Nov. 23, Allen Scarsella, didn't speak at Tuesday's court appearance.
'I Saw Grandma Kissing Santa Claus': Christmas Card Takes On A ClassicA favorite holiday tune is "I Saw Mama Kissing Santa Claus." But what happens when you see great-grandma with her lips planted on Santa?
Lawsuits Accuse Former Children's Theatre Actor, Teacher Of Sexual AssaultTwo former student actors at the Children's Theatre Company have filed suit against the theatre, co-founder John Clark Donahue and Minneapolis businessman Jason McLean. The lawsuit alleges McLean sexually assaulted a female student in 1983, when she was 15 years old.
Dayton, Hodges At Groundbreaking Of North Mpls. Workforce CenterNorth Minneapolis is on its way to providing more resources to people who need jobs. Gov. Mark Dayton joined officials to celebrate the groundbreaking of the new, $8 million Workforce Center at 800 West Broadway
The High Difficulty Of Diagnosing Ovarian CancerIt is a type of cancer known for being one of the "bad ones." Fifty percent of women diagnosed with ovarian cancer do not make it past five years. It is not necessarily because it is so hard to treat -- it is because ovarian cancer is so hard to find.
Gov. Dayton Calls For 4th Precinct Protesters To 'Move On'At a groundbreaking event for a new work center in north Minneapolis, Gov. Mark Dayton announced Tuesday that he is proposing $15 million in a one-day special session to address racial disparities on the city’s north side.
MDH Retesting Hundreds Of Nursing Assistants Over Cheating ConcernsThe tests were given through Inver Hills Community College Center and a satellite location at Blue Sky Online in West St. Paul. The Department of Health, Inver Hills Community College and MnSCU stopped the tests after finding suspicious patterns in test results.
Police: Man Shot In Red Wing, Suspect In CustodyAuthorities say a suspect is being questioned after a man was shot in Red Wing early Tuesday afternoon. The Red Wing Police Department responded at about 12:18 p.m. to a report of a shooting at 408 West Avenue.
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