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CDC Releases Thanksgiving Guidelines, Recommends People To Stay Home This HolidayThanksgiving is typically one of the busiest travel holidays, but it may look a little different this year due to the coronavirus.
Civil Rights Lawsuit Alleges Roseville Elementary School Teacher Assaulted, Segregated Black StudentsA federal civil rights lawsuit alleges that a Twin Cities elementary school teacher segregated Black children in class and assaulted at least three of them, with one 7-year-old boy being choked in front of his classmates.
MN Court Of Appeals: Separate Locker Room Violated Transgender Boy's RightThe Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled Monday that a suburban school district violated the rights of a transgender student who identified as male when it kept him from using the boys' locker room.
‘Very Difficult Time’: Minn. Orchestra Ratifies Musicians’ Contract Extension, Includes COVID-19 Compensation ReductionThe Minnesota Orchestra and its musicians have agreed to a two-year contract extension. It comes with a COVID-19 amendment that includes compensation reduction and expanded sick leave.
Trump To Make Campaign Stops In La Crosse, Green Bay SaturdayPresident Donald Trump is planning a pair of campaign rallies on Saturday in La Crosse and Green Bay, less than five weeks before the Nov. 3 election.
Tuesday Is National Coffee Day, And Companies Are Offering Discounts, Deals And Free DrinksHeads up, coffee-drinkers. Tuesday is National Coffee Day, and several companies are offering discounted brews.
Wisconsin Man Accused Of Attempted Homicide Of 77-Year-Old ManThe suspect, a man from Glenwood City, is believed to have been under the influence at the time of the attack. He fled the scene but has since been taken into custody.
Joe Biden Endorses Sen. Tina Smith For Re-ElectionDemocratic presidential nominee and former Vice President Joe Biden has endorsed Sen. Tina Smith for reelection to the U.S. Senate.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Another 900+ New COVID-19 Cases, 7 More DeathsOver the weekend, Minnesota's COVID-19 death toll breached 2,000. On Monday, another seven deaths were added to the total, as 936 more cases of the novel coronavirus were confirmed.
'Very Rare' Deadly Shooting On St. Paul's Grand Avenue Shocks NeighborhoodOne man is dead and another is in serious condition after a shooting early Sunday morning in St. Paul's popular Grand Avenue business district.
'Red Sunday': Marchers Take To Minneapolis Streets to Demand Justice For Breonna TaylorDemands for racial justice and equality echoed through downtown Minneapolis Sunday, as hundreds turned out in support of Breonna Taylor.
Crash Closes Southbound Highway 252 Just North Of I-694 Interchange Drivers in the north metro should expect delays Monday morning as a crash is under investigation at the intersection of Highway 252 and 66th Avenue.