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MnDOT Preparing For First Big Snow In Twin CitiesThe first big snow of the season is coming to the Twin Cities metro area on Monday. The Minnesota Department of Transportation is urging drivers to be prepared.
Minn. Planned Parenthood Centers Undeterred By Colo. ShootingsBusiness went on as usual at Planned Parenthood centers across Minnesota Saturday following the deadly shooting in Colorado on Friday. Planned Parenthood President and CEO Sarah Stoesz oversees Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.
Mpls. Police: 1 Dead, 1 In Custody After ShootingMinneapolis police responded to a deadly shooting Saturday night. Police say it happened at about 8 p.m. on the 3300 block of Logan Avenue North.
State Parks Give Free Admission On Black FridayWhile many Minnesotans spent Black Friday shopping for bargains, state parks were also packed. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources waived fees to enter all 75 state parks.
Man Meets With Family Of Woman He Killed In Drunk Driving CrashThe Department of Public Safety says the night before Thanksgiving is one of the most dangerous for drunk-driver related deaths in Minnesota. That is why they hosted an unusual reunion Tuesday afternoon.
Black Lives Matter Assessing Protests As Clark Shooting Investigation ContinuesPeople who've been protesting outside the Minneapolis Police 4th Precinct for the past week say it's time to re-evaluate their strategy. This comes after a meeting with Governor Mark Dayton on Saturday.
Tickets Getting Pricey For Huge Vikings/Packers Rivalry GameFor the first time years, the Vikings are at the top of the standings, looking down on the Green Bay Packers. Sunday's game at TCF Bank Stadium is sold out, which isn't uncommon for this huge rivalry.
ACLU's 'Mobile Justice App' Launches In Minn.; Aims To Hold Police AccountableThe American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Minnesota released the "Mobile Justice App" on Friday, which officials said will empower individuals to hold Minnesota's law enforcement agencies accountable for their actions.
Repeat 'Peeping Tom' Facing Stalking Charges In St. PaulA convicted "Peeping Tom" who has been in and out of jail for 25 years is now awaiting trial again. This time, some young women near a college campus hope his stay behind bars will be longer. John Searle, 44, is now accused of peeping in windows near the University of St. Thomas and recording video of young women.
US Marshals Service: Escaped Murderer From Ohio Caught In St. PaulNearly 40 years after escaping prison, an Ohio man convicted of murder has been caught in St. Paul, according to the U.S. Marshal's Service.
Unseasonably Warm #Top10WxDay Draws Droves Of Minnesotans OutdoorsPlenty of sunshine and near record warmth can only mean one thing in November: WCCO's first Top 10 Weather Day of the fall and winter season.
Hutchinson Police Officers Shoot & Kill Suspect; Officer InjuredAuthorities say a suspect is dead after an officer-involved shooting west of the Twin Cities Sunday night. The Hutchinson Police Department responded to the 500 block of Harmony Lane in Hutchinson at about 4:13 p.m. Sunday on a report of a verbal disturbance.
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