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Good Question: How Is Consumer Confidence Measured?This week, new numbers will be released that measure how Americans feel about the economy. They'll also look at how we feel about our own financial situation.
Tuesday's #Top10WxDay Could Keep Streak Of Above Average Temperatures AliveTuesday has been declared a WCCO #Top10WxDay, and that could help keep a unique streak going.
High School Play Featuring KKK Costumes CancelledThe play in question, Larry Shue's 1984 comedy "The Foreigner," is about a man who pretends he can't speak English in rural Georgia.
No Rest For Paynesville's 92-Year-Old King Of Ping PongAs we age, we're all trying to find the Fountain of Youth. In some ways, a Minnesota man has already found it.
Developer: Oil Has Been Placed In DAPLThe Dakota Access pipeline developer said Monday that it has placed oil in the pipeline under a Missouri River reservoir in North Dakota and that it's preparing to put the pipeline into service.
Cottage Grove Man Hopes To Repay Fellow Umpire's Life-Saving SacrificeFor months a Cottage Grove man's health was declining and when he made a plea for help, it came faster than expected.
U Of M Police Seek Suspects In 2 Weekend RobberiesUniversity of Minnesota police are seeking multiple suspects after two robberies occurred on campus over the weekend.
Former Deputy Commerce Commissioner Charged In St. Paul Prostitution StingFormer Deputy Commerce Commissioner Michael Deal has been charged for allegedly hiring an undercover police officer for sex during a prostitution sting.
Sheriff Declares 'Ice-Out' On Lake MinnetonkaThe Hennepin County Sheriff's Office and the Fresh Water Society declared an "ice-out" on Lake Minnetonka on Monday.
U Of M Study On Strip Clubs Finds VIP Rooms Most Unsafe For EntertainersA recent study by the University of Minnesota focused on adult entertainment venues in Minneapolis found VIP areas to be the most dangerous for entertainers.
United Stands By Employee Pass Dress Code In Wake Of Leggings ControversyIt's the story that's surrounding water coolers all over the country. Two teens were told they couldn't board their flight to Minneapolis Sunday because they were wearing leggings.
Congressman Tim Walz Announces He Is Running For GovernorDemocratic U.S. Rep. Tim Walz is running for governor of Minnesota.

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