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Allianz Field's Neighboring Businesses Give It Mixed ReviewsNow that things are up and running at Allianz Field in St. Paul, nearby businesses are giving the stadium mixed reviews.
Reality Check: Does Wind Energy Kill Birds & Cause Cancer?The state's largest power company is switching to renewable energy at a time when President Donald Trump bashes energy sources like wind.
Blackface Photo In Chaska HS Yearbook Adds To Racial Tension In School DistrictA picture of fans at a football game prevented seniors at a Twin Cities high school from getting their yearbook on time.
Minnesota Heroes: A Family Separated By ServiceMeet a Twin Cities family that is doing double duty for our country.
Most Diverse Graduating Class In West Point History Speaks OutWest Point will make history this weekend, graduating the largest number of African American women in the prestigious military academy's 217-year history.
Texas Facility Resumes Intake Of Migrants After Flu OutbreakA facility for migrants in McAllen, Texas, has resumed normal operations Wednesday, less than 24 hours after the facility suspended intake operations after 32 people testified positive for the flu.
St. Paul Felon Charged With Heroin Distribution, Illegal Firearms PossessionPhelixus Fitzgerald Mar Robinson, or "Storm," was charged with possessing and distributing heroin, as well as owning illegal firearms Wednesday, the U.S. Attorney Office said. The 44-year-old allegedly possessed and distributed more than one kilogram of heroin and owned six illegal firearms.
A 10-Year-Old Migrant Girl Died Last Year In Government Care, Officials AcknowledgeThe federal agency that oversees the care of unaccompanied migrant children acknowledged to CBS News on Wednesday that a 10-year-old girl from El Salvador died in its custody on Sept. 29, 2018. The child's death had not been previously reported.
Judge: Most Exhibits From Mohamed Noor Trial Can Be CopiedA judge is granting access to most of the exhibits from the trial of a former Minneapolis police officer who shot an unarmed woman in 2017.
Police Identify People Of Interest In Bde Maka Ska Pavilion FirePolice say investigators have identified both parties connected to the fire that burned Lola on the Lake on Bde Maka Ska. The woman voluntarily came in to speak with investigators, police say.
What's In And What's Out Of Minnesota State Capitol Budget DealA budget deal is very slowly coming together at the Minnesota State Capitol Wednesday night.
18-Year-Old Shooting Suspect Arrested In Red WingRed Wing police say an 18-year-old man was booked into the Goodhue County Jail Tuesday for first-degree assault after a shooting that left a victim injured early Tuesday morning. According to police, officers responded at 2:30 a.m. to a call involving a shooting near Hallstrom Drive and Twin Bluff Road.