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Empty Nesters, Retirees Ditching The Suburbs For Downtown MinneapolisNo more shoveling, no yardwork and happy hour seven nights a week. Sound appealing? Well, it sure is to a growing amount of Minnesotans choosing to live in downtown Minneapolis.
Good Question: Where Has Our Severe Weather Gone?Parts of Minnesota saw the first tornado warnings of the season on Wednesday, but they're happening less often than in years past.
BCA Working To ID Suspects In Credit Card, Rental Car TheftRogers police and the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension are asking for the public's help to identify two men suspected of credit card fraud and rental car theft. Authorities say two men used a woman's credit card to buy about $3,000 worth of electronics from the Cabela's in Rogers.
Sheriff: 2 Hurt In Crash Caused By Inattentive DrivingInattentive driving is likely the cause of a head-on crash in Benton County Wednesday, says the sheriff's office. The crash happened at about 1:10 p.m. on the 800 block of Little Rock Road Northeast in Watab Township.
Wolf Pups Under the Microscope In Bottle-Feeding StudyThe sound of wolves howling is a common one at the Wildlife Science Center in Columbus. But that haunting sound has been eclipsed lately by the sounds of whimpering puppies.
HCMC Doctor Returns From Trip To Space StationAn HCMC doctor says his training not only prepared him for a career in ER medicine, it also prepared him for space.
Ed Graff Named Superintendent For Minneapolis Public SchoolsEd Graff is a native of Bemidji, Minn., but has spent the last 25 years working in Anchorage public schools.
Good Samaritans Pull Man From Burning CarOfficials in central Minnesota say several good Samaritans responded to a car crash Tuesday morning and pulled a man from a burning car.
State Sues Telemarketer For Veterans CharityThe telemarketing company the charity used to solicit donations is being sued for its unlawful tactics.
Minneapolis Marathon Cancelled Just Days Before RaceThe 2016 Minneapolis Marathon has been cancelled less than two weeks before the race. Team Ortho made the announcement Wednesday afternoon.
Klobuchar: Lifting Cuba Embargo Would Help Minnesota BusinessesMinnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar is leading the effort in the Senate to lift the Cuban trade embargo.
Republicans Press Dayton For Special SessionPolice and people who've lost loved ones on Highway 12 gathered at the Capitol Wednesday to continue their push for safety upgrades on one of Minnesota's most dangerous roads.

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