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1 Dead In Officer-Involved Shooting In St. Louis ParkThe shooting occurred around 6:30 p.m. at the Louisiana Court Apartments.
'There's Still Work To Be Done': St. Paul Holds 3rd Women's MarchSingle-digit temperatures didn't deter the thousands of people who marched on the streets of Minnesota's capital city in the third year of the Women's March.
Former Minn. Rep. Tom Rukavina Laid To RestTom Rukavina, the longtime Minnesota lawmaker and Iron Ranger, was laid to rest Saturday in Virginia.
Trump Proposes Deal On Immigration, Pelosi Calls Shutdown Offer A 'Non-Starter'The deal President Trump laid out included $800 million in immediate humanitarian aid, $805 million for improved drug detection technology at legal ports of entry, hiring 2,750 new border agents and 75 new immigration judge teams to reduce court backlogs -- all of which Democrats support. The deal also includes a new system to allow Central American minors to apply for asylum in their home countries.
TSA Hiring Event For MSP Airport, Seeking 40 Workers, Draws HundredsThe turnout was more than the TSA expected. By noon, 320 people had come to the hiring event to apply for a job with the agency. And because of that, the wait times were long.
Jayme Closs’ Church To Hold Celebration
Gillibrand Defends Role In Al Franken's Senate OusterNew York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand is meeting Iowa Democrats on her first foray into the early presidential testing ground, and defending her role in bringing down former Sen. Al Franken.
As Snow Exits Minnesota, Arctic Blast ArrivesWinter has officially made its presence in Minnesota after a snowstorm followed by bitter cold temperatures.
Facebook May Face Record FTC Fine Over Privacy LapsesFacebook may be handed the biggest fine ever imposed by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission for privacy violations involving the personal information of its 2.2 billion users.
Food Concerns Mount As Government Shutdown ContinuesAs day 28 of the federal shutdown comes to a close, fears of the continued strain on food shelves and federal food assistance programs grows.
Despite Friday's Storm, Minnesota Snow Drought RemainsThe Minnesota Department of Transportation is asking drivers to be on the lookout after at least three snowplows were hit in the southern part of the state Friday.
Firefighters Develop Workout Plan In Wake Of Coworker's Heart AttackThe workouts run the firefighters between stations to get their hearts pumping – pushing and pulling tires and throwing sledgehammers.