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Minnesota Weather: Accumulating Snow To Fall On Most Of Minn., Western Wis. TuesdayConsider Monday’s trace amounts of snow as an appetizer for what's to come.
Hardware Stores Delighted As Minnesotans Prep For October SnowfallThe early snow forecast has a lot of folks thinking of the infamous Halloween blizzard of 1991.
Boys Devastated By The Theft Of Their ATV And Dirt Bike Near Monticello“Once I noticed everything was missing, I don’t know, I just got scared. Kind of freaked me out,” Zeke Mohrman said.
Mayo Clinic's Sprint To Develop A COVID VaccineIt’s a sprint to the finish line for Mayo Clinic researchers developing a COVID-19 vaccine.
Does October Snow Tell Us Anything About The Upcoming Winter? Good QuestionOn Tuesday, the Twin Cities is expecting its first measurable snowfall for the season -- that’s early. So, can the October snow tell us anything about the upcoming winter?
US DOJ, Minneapolis Police To Make 'National Policing Initiative' AnnouncementChanges are coming to law enforcement in Minneapolis.
State Patrol: At Least 1 Dead In Crash Near St. PeterAt least one person is dead after a crash late Monday afternoon northwest of St. Peter.
Man Survives 16 Hours Lost In Northwestern Minn. Wilderness Thanks To His DogThe man told his rescuers that he fell into the Mississippi River at one point, and had to cuddle up with his dog overnight to keep warm. He suffered some minor frostbite in the ordeal.
Sheriff: Mort Siwe, Found Dead Inside Carlos Avery WMA, Was Likely MurderedDeputies at the scene said Siwe had suffered “visible external injuries,” and the Midwest Medical Examiner’s office later said those injuries appeared to be the result of an assault.
A Closer Look At Minnesota's Atypical ElectionAfter enduring months of bitter and polarizing political campaigning, Minnesotans eager for the finish line with next month's election may have to wait just a few days more.
Sen. Tina Smith Tests Negative For COVID After Skipping Rep. Elizabeth Warren's Minn. EventJason Lewis, Sen. Tina Smith's challenger, said there's a double-standard for Republicans and Democrats over COVID-19 rules.
Minnesota Republicans Say Now's The Time To Open Up State, Despite Rising COVID CasesMinnesota Republicans say now is the time to open up Minnesota, despite rising numbers of COVID-19 cases.