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Minnesota Weather: Temps Take Another Tumble ThursdayIt's very chilly out there Wednesday morning, but temperatures will climb throughout the day.
Judge Hears Arguments In COVID Mandate Lawsuit By Minneapolis Restaurants Against CityLawyers representing several Minneapolis establishments, including Smack Shack and the Gay 90s, asked a judge Wednesday to issue a restraining order preventing the city from enforcing the proof of vaccination requirement.
Cue The Potholes! Winter Nuisances Popping Up Right On ScheduleTemperature swings are taking a toll on our roads and cars, and it's helping unearth an annual problem for drivers.
State Trooper Hurt In Crash On I-35 Near FaribaultA Minnesota State Patrol trooper was taken to the hospital after their squad car was struck by a vehicle on Interstate 35 near Faribault.
Minnetrista Man Preserves His Family's 97-Year History Of Milk DeliveriesIn this week’s Finding Minnesota, John Lauritsen shows us how a Minnetrista man single-handedly preserved his family’s 97-year history of milk deliveries.
2 Hurt In Separate St. Paul Shootings Wednesday NightPolice are investigating two separate shootings Wednesday night in St. Paul.
Robbinsdale City Council Member Tyler Kline Charged With DWI, Fleeing PoliceA city council member of a northern Twin Cities suburb is facing charges for allegedly driving under the influence early Monday morning and fleeing from police officers who were only able to stop him by crashing into his minivan.
Twin Cities Man Facing Federal Charges For Straw Purchasing Guns, Including One Used In St. Paul Mass Shooting A Twin Cities man is facing federal charges for straw purchasing guns, including one firearm that was used in the October mass shooting at a St. Paul bar.
Cottage Grove Man Charged In String Of Bank Robberies A Cottage Grove man has been charged following a string of bank robberies across the Twin Cities.
Experts Say Minnesotans Must 'Take Boosting Seriously' To End PandemicMayo Clinic's COVID modeling team predicts Minnesota is reaching the peak of Omicron cases.
Public Safety Emerges As Key Issue Ahead Of Minnesota's Legislative SessionPublic safety will be a key debate Monday when the legislative session begins, but even as Republicans and Democrats’ proposals vary in scope and approach, there is at least one area where there might be agreement: Incentives to get more law enforcement officers into the profession and keep them on the job.
Off-Duty Firefighter, Paramedic Testify In Day 3 Of Federal Trial In George Floyd’s DeathWitnesses to George Floyd's murder testified in the federal civil rights case Wednesday against three former Minneapolis police officers.
Biden Administration Cancels Lease Agreements For Proposed Mine Near Boundary WatersThe Biden administration on Wednesday canceled a move by former President Donald Trump to renew mineral rights leases for a proposed Twin Metals copper-nickel mine in northeastern Minnesota.
More Wastewater Data Shows The Twin Cities Is Past Peak Omicron More data suggests that the Twin Cities has already hit its peak for COVID-19 infections linked to the Omicron variant.
Judge's Decision To Allow Inmate Out For Funeral Sparks CriticismA Hennepin County judge signed off on a 3-hour furlough for Shevirio Childs-Young to attend a funeral. He never returned, and was captured more than 3 weeks later.

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Vikings Hire Kwesi Adofo-Mensah As GMThe Minnesota Vikings officially have their next general manager.
Vikings RT Brian O'Neill Replaces Bucs' Tristan Wirfs In Pro BowlThis is the first time O'Neill has earned the honor.
Edwards Sparks Wolves' Rally In 109-107 Win Over Trail BlazersAnthony Edwards had 40 points, including 14 points in the fourth quarter, and the Minnesota Timberwolves rallied to beat the Portland Trail Blazers 109-107 on Tuesday night.
Jesse Diggins Going For Gold...AgainA recent World Cup win all but solidified Jesse Diggins' spot on the U.S. Olympic cross country ski team. Now it's official: the Minnesota native be an Olympian for the third time.
David Ortiz Elected To Baseball Hall Of Fame; Bonds, Clemens, Schilling DeniedDavid Ortiz was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in his first turn on the ballot, while steroid-tainted stars Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens were denied entry to Cooperstown in their final year under consideration by the Baseball Writers' Association of America.
Vikings Will Reportedly 'Work To Hire' Browns' Kwesi Adofo-Mensah As GMThe Minnesota Vikings have reportedly zeroed in on a hire for their next general manager.
Wild Match Franchise Goals Record In 8-2 Win Vs CanadiensConnor Dewar got his first career goal and added an assist when Nico Sturm scored 22 seconds later, helping the Minnesota Wild match their franchise record for goals in an 8-2 victory over the Montreal Canadiens on Monday night.
Fans Send Off Olympics-Bound US Women's Hockey Team From National Sports CenterNearly four years ago, the United States Women's Hockey Team won gold in South Korea. Monday, they're ready to head back to the Olympics to defend that title, this time in China.
Edwards, Russell Team Up To Lead Wolves Past Nets, 136-125Anthony Edwards scored 25 points, D'Angelo Russell had 23 points and 10 assists, and the Minnesota Timberwolves defeated the Brooklyn Nets 136-125 on Sunday night.