Salvation Army Holiday Red Kettles Begin Ringing Bells In Twin CitiesThe Salvation Army is kicking off its 2018 Red Kettle campaign outside of Cub Foods and the Mall of America.
Charges: Man Rubbed Himself On Woman In Cub FoodsA 23-year-old St. Paul man faces charges after he allegedly rubbed his exposed genitals earlier this week on a woman shopping for groceries.
Teens Caught Stealing Cardboard Cake At Edina Cub FoodsEdina police sergeant Aaron White says officers tracked down three teenage suspects, who thought they had stolen some pretty sweet dough.
Cub Foods Gives Away Thanksgiving Meals To Families In NeedLocal groups did something Tuesday to make sure hundreds of families in the community have a Thanksgiving meal.
FBI: Man Robs TCF Bank Inside St. Paul Cub FoodsThe Federal Bureau of Investigation is asking for the public's help after a man robbed a bank in St. Paul over the weekend.
Cub Foods In North Minneapolis Closes After Jamar Clark RulingOfficials say at least one north Minneapolis business closed Wednesday after the ruling came down that two Minneapolis police officers won't face charges in the shooting death of Jamar Clark.
Target To Start Offering 'Caroline’s Cart' NationwideTarget is rolling out a cart designed for children with special needs at its stores nationwide. A majority of Target stores will have what is called "Caroline's Cart" starting March 19.
Cash-For-Gold Kiosks Popping Up At Twin Cities Grocery StoresSelf-service kiosks are popping up to sell all sorts of things these days, from DVDs and video games at Redbox to even beer at Target Field. Now, there's a new game in town.
$500K Check Donated To Salvation Army KettleThis is one check the Salvation Army is counting on to clear. Salvation Army officials in Minnesota and North Dakota say a couple dropped a $500,000 check into a red kettle outside a Cub Foods in suburban Minneapolis on Saturday.
Hundreds Of Mpls. Families Receive Free Thanksgiving TurkeysHundreds of families in Minneapolis will be able to celebrate Thanksgiving with a hot, free meal. The feast is free thanks to members of the Minneapolis police and fire departments.
Police: 2 Men Rob 3 Mpls. Pharmacies In 35 MinutesMinneapolis police are looking for two men who robbed three pharmacies in about 35 minutes Wednesday evening. Police say the first robbery was at 5:44 p.m. at the Walgreens on the 2400 block of Hennepin Avenue South.
4 Things To Know: Grocery Alert, Kermit's New Squeeze & MoreThese are the four stories you need to know about for Wednesday, September 2. They include a warning for grocery shoppers about one major Twin Cities retailer, and the rebound relationship of one of the most beloved talking frogs.

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