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Gas Prices Expected To Climb Nationwide After East Coast Pipeline Cyber AttackFears of a gas shortage are fueling rising prices at the pump. How a pipeline out east is affecting what you're paying.
'They’re Really Kind Of Nasty Little Bugs': Biting Gnats Out In Full Force In South MetroThe Metropolitan Mosquito Control District says gnats are really bad in some parts of the south metro.
Finding Minnesota: Bassett Creek Kayaker Shares Hidden GemIn this week’s Finding Minnesota, John Lauritsen shows us why the creek has become an urban adventure for kayakers.
Stillwater DOC Employee 'No Longer Employed' Following On-Camera Clash With ActivistsA Stillwater corrections sergeant is "no longer employed" at the prison following an on-camera confrontation with protesters last month.
Finishing On Time Becoming More Out Of Reach As End Of Session Nears, Legislative Leaders SayThe legislative session is slated to end on Monday, but top Democrats and Republicans at the state capitol said it’s becoming increasingly unlikely that lawmakers will wrap everything up before then and avert a special session.
'We Put The Love And You Feel The Soul': New Barbecue Spot Helps Bring Lake Street Back To LifeLake Street outside the Midtown Global Market is quiet, but on the inside, soulful sounds fill the air as a new business is bringing people out for a taste of down-home comfort food.
As Ramadan Comes To An End, Minnesota Muslims Share What Eid Means To ThemThe Muslim holiday of Ramadan, and the month of fasting that goes with it, comes to an end Wednesday night.
Minneapolis Makes Juneteenth An Official City HolidayJuneteenth, observed on June 19, commemorates the day in 1865 when enslaved Black Americans in Galveston, Texas finally learned they had been freed two-and-a-half years earlier, when President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation.
'A Champion Of Those On The Outside': Jim Klobuchar, Who Spent Decades As Star Tribune Columnist, Has Died At 93Jim Klobuchar, a Minnesota journalist who spent over three decades as a columnist with the Star Tribune, died Wednesday. He was 93 years old.
Clarifying COVID: Is Herd Immunity Even Possible At This Point?In this week's Clarifying COVID, Dr. George Morris of CentraCare returns to answer questions about COVID-19 pandemic developments. These include questions about herd immunity, reaching 70% vaccination rate before July 1 and more.
Sources: Minnesota Trial For 3 Other Officers In George Floyd Case Postponed Until 2022Sources tell WCCO that the Minnesota trial of the three other officers accused in the George Floyd case will be postponed from this August until 2022.
Tax Refund Delays Likely To Grow As Filing Deadline NearsCOVID and the policies to help fight its economic implications have put the IRS far behind in its processing of tax returns.

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