'Share In Our Pain': Mosque Releases Video Of Moment Bomb Went OffWCCO-TV has obtained surveillance video showing the inside of a Twin Cities mosque during a firebomb attack.
Talking Points: Rebecca Otto Going After Sanders SupportersThe election may be 13 months away, but candidates in the race for governor are staking out their positions in an attempt to stand out in a crowded field.
Lindsay Guentzel's Crock-Pot RecipesLindsay Guentzel, the producer for The Chad Hartman Show, joined Esme Murphy on WCCO Radio to talk crockpot weather.
Parents Push For Medical Marijuana Program To Include AutismMedical pot has been legal in Minnesota for more than two years, treating thousands of people and the panel in charge of overseeing the program will consider adding new conditions and diseases to the list.
'I Seen Him Spray Something': Charges Expected In Deadly Minneapolis FireWe could soon learn what motivated a Twin Cities man to set a deadly apartment fire.
Prepping Gubernatorial Run, Walz Touts Changed Views On Gun ControlThe election for Minnesota governor may be 13 months away but the tragic events in Las Vegas are already affecting the debate among some candidates.
Harteau Joins 'Vitals' App, Helping Officers Deal With Those In Emotional DistressA St. Paul Company whose app helps police interact with those with emotional and intellectual disorders is experiencing rapid growth.
U.S. Supreme Court Declines To Hear Minnesota Sex Offender Program CaseThe U.S. Supreme Court has denied to hear the Minnesota Sex Offender Program case, effectively supporting a federal appeals court ruling that overturned a decision that the program was unconstitutional.
Talking Points: Minnesota’s Response To Puerto RicoThe state of Minnesota estimates there are 13,000 people of Puerto Rican heritage living here, and for each of them, the catastrophe of Hurricane Maria is personal.
'My Heart Is Broken': Clients Mourn Death Of Beloved Nail Salon OwnerFriends and clients of a beloved Richfield Nail Salon owner are expressing anguish over her death.
Closures & Detours: Construction Nightmare Begins On I-35WMotorists are expected to encounter even more construction pain in the Twin Cities as work is now underway on a massive four-year, five-stage construction project on Interstate 35W.
Talking Points: Erik Paulsen & The 2018 ElectionThese should be easy times for Republicans in Washington. They control the House, Senate and the White House. But under President Donald Trump, Republicans have been unable to pass key parts of their agenda, most notably a repeal and replacement of Obamacare.

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