Woman With Quadriplegia Urges Hollywood To Be More HopefulA Wisconsin woman is getting a lot of attention for a blog post she wrote criticizing Hollywood's portrayal of people who are paralyzed.
Uniformed Presence To Significantly Increase At Pride EventsIf you take a walk or dive down Hennepin Avenue this week, it's hard to miss the colors of the rainbow. "It's to signify Pride, and the gay community we support," Marin Restaurant and Bar marketing director Jay Pierce said.
Special Session Talks Hit StalemateGov. Mark Dayton and legislative leaders say special session negotiations have taken a step backward.
Edina Police Officer Assaulted After Traffic StopAn Edina police officer is recovering after being assaulted by a man she arrested during a traffic stop.
Update In St. Paul Superintendent's Employment ExpectedFriday could determine the outcome of talks between the St. Paul School Board and Superintendent Valeria Silva.
Police: Teen Shocked By Wire After Climbing Sartell Bridge, Falls 30 FeetA 16-year-old boy is in the hospital after he was shocked from an electrical wire while climbing a bridge in Sartell Wednesday evening, according to police.
Historic Church, Damaged By Arson, Opens Doors To PublicAs the rain poured down on The Church of St. Mary in Melrose, the scorched walls and broken lights inside remain where a golden altar once stood. Parishioners and even non-members came to Melrose from out of town to see the damage to the 118-year-old structure.
World War II Veteran Celebrates 100th BirthdayA World War II veteran in Minneapolis celebrated a very special birthday Friday.
Duluth Couple Loses Thousands In Adoption FraudPolice say a Minnesota couple hoping to adopt their first child, instead ended up scammed out of thousands of dollars.
Allina Braces For Nurse StrikeThousands of Twin Cities nurses are preparing to go on strike. Nurses for five Allina Health hospitals rejected a contract offer from the company Monday, and authorized to strike.
Hundreds March Against Violence In North MinneapolisHundreds of people took to the streets of north Minneapolis Saturday in a march to end violence. The annual event gathers community members to march and have a meal together to work towards peace.
3 Firefighters Injured, 12 People Displaced After Robbinsdale FireThree firefighters were injured while working to put out a five-alarm fire at a Robbinsdale apartment complex early Friday morning.

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