Metro Transit Workers Vote On Tentative ContractAs Minnesota Vikings fans were flooding into U.S. Bank Stadium -- feeling a hint of Super Bowl fever -- Metro Transit union workers were cuing up for a crucial vote.
Veterans Reassemble 'Huey' Helicopter For 1968 ExhibitTelling the story of the Vietnam experience isn’t complete without sharing the story of the Huey and those who flew them.
Sun Country To Be Sold To NY-Based Investment GroupSun Country is the largest privately-held independent airline in the country. The airlines services about 2.5 million passengers a year.
Ex-Mpls. Officer Sentenced To 180 Days In Workhouse, Loses Peace Officer LicenseFormer Minneapolis Police Officer Christopher Reiter has been sentenced to the workhouse for kicking a suspect last year.
Family Credits Day Care Provider With Saving Infant DaughterIt all began after a simple afternoon nap at their daughter’s day care on Friday turned into a moment of sheer terror.
Accusers Say Franken Not Owning Up To Alleged BehaviorSeveral among the group of eight women who have accused Senator Al Franken of past sexual misconduct are now speaking publicly.
U.S. Bank Stadium 'Connects' With Super Bowl FansWhen fans flood into U.S. Bank stadium on Feb. 4, the Super Bowl excitement is guaranteed to be shared.
Fmr. WCCO Sportscaster RJ Fritz Dies After Long Cancer FightRalph Jon Fritz, 78, died in his adopted state of Florida after battling stomach cancer for more than two-and-a-half years.
Record High Temp For Twin Cities, But Winter Is Coming ....With temperatures already in the mid-50s Monday morning, it might be the warmest day until spring. However, rain, snow and strong winds will be moving into the state later in the afternoon.
Minn. Chamber Of Commerce Sues Mpls. Over Minimum Wage HikeThe Chamber of Commerce is saying that the city's minimum wage hike conflicts with state laws.
Garrison Keillor Says MPR Fired Him Over 'Improper Behavior'In a follow-up statement, he says he was fired over "a story that I think is more interesting and more complicated than the version MPR heard."
Upper Red Lake Claims First Ice Fatalities Of The SeasonIt is a widely-held belief that the earliest ice produces the best fishing action -- but they also know that it is also the most dangerous to venture onto.

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