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Man Walking Along I-94 In Monticello Struck And KilledAccording to the State Patrol, the incident happened Wednesday just before midnight east of Highway 25.
Murder Charge Filed In Shooting Outside Elks ClubDeandre D. Turner was charged Thursday in Hennepin County District Court with one count of second-degree murder with intent in the June 30 killing of Andrew T. McGinley.
COVID In Minnesota: ICU Hospitalizations Now At 64; Positivity Rate Up To 3.1%On Saturday, Minnesota's health department released its latest virus figures showing 702 more cases and five new deaths confirmed in the last 24 hours.
Burnsville Police Report Missing Man Has Been Found, Reunited With FamilyPolice say that Awed Ismail was last seen early Saturday morning near McAndrews Road and County Road 5.
Man Taken Into Custody After Shooting, Standoff With Duluth PolicePolice in Duluth have taken a 46-year-old man into custody following a shooting and standoff early Saturday morning.
Wisconsin's New COVID Cases Top 1,000 For 1st Time In MonthsThe seven-day average of daily cases in Wisconsin has increased for the 24th straight day.
Minnesota Weather: Air Quality Alert Extended Due To ‘Unprecedented’ ConditionsThe Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has extended and upgraded the air quality alert in much of the state due to "unprecedented" conditions caused by wildfire smoke.
Group Files Lawsuit Over Potential Ballot Question On Replacing Minneapolis Police Dept.Yes 4 Minneapolis says the city clerk's office is exceeding its power by adding an explanation before the ballot question. The group say the city is attempting to influence voters with "subjective" and "selective" language.
The Do's And Don'ts As Air Quality Alert Casts Pall Over MinnesotaWe've already seen the air quality index at the second-most dangerous level. We will see it on and off that level through Tuesday, so there are some activities you may want to avoid.
'Bud's Jacket': Woman From White Bear Lake Unveils Her Uncle's WWII Story With New BookIn 1943, American bombardier Bud Wilschke’s plane was shot down in France. For months, he moved across the countryside trying to escape enemy soldiers. It was an untold story until his niece in White Bear Lake found a box that documented his ordeal.
Awwal Adebayo Ladipo, 25, Dies After Assault Leaves Him With Brain InjuryAn attack outside a night spot has left a young man dead and his family pleading for answers. Twenty-five-year-old Awwal Ladipo died two days after a fight in north Minneapolis.
How Feds Are Working To Crack Down On Crimes Committed With Illegal FirearmsAs the metro has seen an uptick in violent crime this summer, recently released Bureau of Criminal Apprehension statistics point to staggering numbers in 2020.
House Ethics Complaint Against Rep. John Thompson Dismissed After He Agrees To ApologizeThe House GOP says it has other ethics complaints against Thompson drafted, though not yet submitted.
Eviction Moratorium Update: Without An Extension, What Happens To Renters After July 31?The CDC's eviction moratorium ends on July 31, which leaves renters uncertain about their future in an economy still recovering from COVID.
Starbuck Man Arrested On 5 Felony Charges For Child Pornography DistributionThe Pope County Sheriff’s Office arrested a 47-year-old man for five felony charges of distribution of child pornography.

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Tommy Edman Drives In 3 Runs, Wade LeBlanc Sharp As Cards Beat TwinsBefore the game, the Twins and Cardinals completed a trade as Minnesota sent LHP J.A. Happ and cash considerations to St. Louis in exchange for RHP John Gant and minor league LHP Evan Sisk.
Brian O'Neill, Now Leader Of Vikings Line, On Track For Big New DealEntering the final year of his rookie contract, O'Neill is likely the next player on the roster in line for an extension so the Vikings can keep him from reaching free agency.
Minnesota Twins Trade 2-Time All-Star Pitcher José Berríos To Toronto Blue JaysThe playoff-chasing Toronto Blue Jays won the pursuit for All-Star pitcher José Berríos, acquiring the Minnesota right-hander for two minor leaguers on Friday.
'I'm Super Proud Of Where Our Sport Has Grown Over The Years': Marie McCool On Athletes Unlimited LacrosseThe women's lacrosse star talks with us about the new professional league and the most exciting thing about playing on national TV.
'I Told Her That She Was My Hero': Suni Lee's 1st Coach Reflects On Watching Her Win Olympic GoldFriday is Suni Lee Day in Minnesota, and the state is celebrating its Olympic gold medalist.
After Winning Gold, Suni Lee Still Focused On College, Not FameSunisa Lee's life changed the second she placed a gold medal around her neck. The newly minted Olympic gymnastic champion's plans, however, have not.
Twin Cities Native Jalen Suggs Goes 5th In NBA Draft To Orlando MagicThe former Minnehaha Academy star spent a year at Gonzaga before entering the draft. He hit an all-timer of a buzzer beater that sent the Bulldogs to the national championship.
With Training Camp Underway, Mike Zimmer Says 2021 Vikings Have 'A Different Vibe'Mike Zimmer's description of the first full-team practice for the Minnesota Vikings was so positive his own daughter sounded skeptical, when the head coach was asked for a review.
Gov. Walz Announces Sunisa Lee Day After Gold Medal WinGov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan announced July 30, 2020 as Sunisa Lee Day in the State of Minnesota to celebrate Team USA's Sunisa Lee winning Olympic gold on July 29 in the 2021 Tokyo Olympics gymnastics individual all-around competition.

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Turkey evacuates panicked tourists by boat from wildfiresThe death toll from wildfires raging in Turkey's Mediterranean towns has risen to six after two forest workers were killed, according to the country's health minister.
U.S. sends aid to Ethiopia in hopes of easing hunger crisis in TigrayThe United Nations is warning of a worsening humanitarian catastrophe in Ethiopia. UNICEF has said more than 100,000 children could face extreme starvation in the next year as a result of major fighting in the country's northern Tigray region. USAID Administrator Samantha Power hopes to ease what is now the world's worst hunger crisis in a decade.
Amanda Knox speaks out against new film based on 2007 murder caseThe new film "Stillwater" recalls a real-life murder case. Starring Matt Damon, it's loosely based on the story of Amanda Knox, the American college student who was wrongfully convicted of killing her roommate while studying in Italy in 2007. Now, after she's been exonerated of all charges, she says others are trying to capitalize on her story – but not without a fight.
CIA taps lead officer from Osama bin Laden hunt to find cause of Havana SyndromeThe CIA is tapping the lead officer involved in the hunt for Osama bin Laden to find the cause of "Havana Syndrome." The mysterious illness has impacted diplomats and spies in Cuba, China, Austria, Russia, and even Washington. Byron Tau, a national security and law enforcement reporter for the Wall Street Journal, shares the latest in the investigation.
Novak Djokovic will leave the Tokyo Olympics without any medalsDjokovic on Saturday withdrew from his scheduled doubles match following consecutive losses.

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Minnesota Weather: Air Quality Alert Extended Due To ‘Unprecedented’ ConditionsThe Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has extended and upgraded the air quality alert in much of the state due to "unprecedented" conditions caused by wildfire smoke.
The Do's And Don'ts As Air Quality Alert Casts Pall Over MinnesotaWe've already seen the air quality index at the second-most dangerous level. We will see it on and off that level through Tuesday, so there are some activities you may want to avoid.
'Bud's Jacket': Woman From White Bear Lake Unveils Her Uncle's WWII Story With New BookIn 1943, American bombardier Bud Wilschke’s plane was shot down in France. For months, he moved across the countryside trying to escape enemy soldiers. It was an untold story until his niece in White Bear Lake found a box that documented his ordeal.
Awwal Adebayo Ladipo, 25, Dies After Assault Leaves Him With Brain InjuryAn attack outside a night spot has left a young man dead and his family pleading for answers. Twenty-five-year-old Awwal Ladipo died two days after a fight in north Minneapolis.
How Feds Are Working To Crack Down On Crimes Committed With Illegal FirearmsAs the metro has seen an uptick in violent crime this summer, recently released Bureau of Criminal Apprehension statistics point to staggering numbers in 2020.
House Ethics Complaint Against Rep. John Thompson Dismissed After He Agrees To ApologizeThe House GOP says it has other ethics complaints against Thompson drafted, though not yet submitted.