Reality Check: Syrian Refugees And MinnesotaMinnesota lawmakers are increasingly divided on how many -- if any -- Syrian refugees to accept in the state. That is after two terrorists in Paris reportedly had fake Syrian passports, and Minnesota Democrats broke with President Obama to support a bill ramping up security checks.
4 Things To Know: 4th Precinct Unrest, Hazardous Toys, & MoreThese are the four stories you need to know about for Thursday, Nov. 19. They include the latest on tensions and protest in North Minneapolis, and a list claiming to reveal the most hazardous toys of the holiday shopping season.
Minnesotan Delegation To Travel To Paris For Conference On Climate ChangeIn a couple weeks, a large group of Minnesotans will travel to Paris for a UN conference on climate change. Wednesday morning at the Science Museum of Minnesota, St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman held a moment of silence for the people who died in Paris Friday.
Walker To Obama: Please Don't Relocate Syrians To Wis. Gov. Scott Walker is asking President Barack Obama's administration to "please respect our desire" not to relocate Syrian refugees in the state.
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Gov. Walker Says Wisconsin Won't Accept Syrian RefugeesGov. Scott Walker says Wisconsin will not accept any new Syrian refugees in the wake of the terrorist attacks in Paris because they pose a threat.
4 Things To Know For Nov. 16, 2015Here’s a look at what you need to know for Monday, Nov. 16, 2015. Items include the latest on the weekend police shooting in north Minneapolis and a website that'll help you break up with your significant other.
Minnesota Natives Who Witnessed Terror Attacks Share Their StoriesA Minneapolis woman was in Paris working as a tour guide during the recent deadly attacks. Emily Bisbach is leading a group of 25 Americans and 2 Canadians with Collette Tours. Everyone in Bisbach's tour group is safe.
Minneapolis' Alliance Française Plans March For ParisA Twin Cities group is planning a memorial march and service for Paris. Alliance Française promotes French language and culture around the world.
Minn. Muslim Group Calls Paris Attacks 'Unacceptable & Inexcusable'A Minnesota civil rights and advocacy group for Muslims has denounced the deadly terrorist attacks in Paris. The Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations issued a statement Saturday condemning the attacks that killed at least 127 people in Paris.
Bloomington Police: No Extra MOA Security After Paris AttacksA Bloomington police official says there are no plans to increase security at the Mall of America following the Paris terrorist attacks. Deputy Bloomington Police Chief Mike Hartley tells The Associated Press that police already had an increased presence at the nation's busiest shopping center.
4 Things To Know: Possible Church Attacks In Paris, Earth Day & MoreHere is a look at the four stories you need to know for Wednesday, April 22.