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Gov. Walz Combats False Reports That He Spent Thanksgiving Weekend In Florida, Has $400M Net WorthSocial media has been filled with news that Gov. Tim Walz spent the weekend in Florida, and that his net worth is $400 million -- claims that are both phony.
Twin Cities Personal Trainer Spreading Holiday Cheer With Help Of Generous ClientsPersonal trainer Molly Doyle is on a mission to spread cheer during the Christmas season, and she’s able to help others because of the generosity from her clients who want to give back while getting fit.
COVID In Minnesota: Mayo Clinic's ICU Recovery Program Tracking Survivors' RecoveryWCCO shares one man's fight with COVID-19 that lasted months, and how Mayo's ICU Recovery Program is helping in the process.
COVID In Minnesota: MDH Says Thanksgiving-Related Deaths To Appear Within WeeksMDH Commissioner Jan Malcolm believes it will likely be only another couple of weeks before we reach 400,000 cases.
Duluth Officer Tyler Leibfried Charged In Non-Fatal ShootingA Duluth police officer was charged Monday with two felonies in connection with a September shooting that left a man with a bullet lodged in his shoulder.
Man, 46, Remains Hospitalized After Being Struck By Vehicle In RosevilleA 46-year-old man remains in the hospital after he was struck by a vehicle in Roseville in mid-November.
Sheriff: Bemidji Hunter, 28, Shot And Killed By Another Hunter; Wasn’t Wearing Blaze OrangeThe Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office says a hunting death of a Bemidji man is being investigated.
Sheriff: Couple Found Dead Inside Their St. Louis Co. HomeTheir bodies were discovered in their Grand Lake Township residence by relatives and co-workers who were worried after neither of them showed up to work.
St. Paul’s Handsome Hog Restaurant To Close Doors 'Until The World Makes Sense', Cites Gov't InactionSt. Paul’s Handsome Hog restaurant will halt its services this Saturday, with the head chef and owner citing government inaction at the state and federal level.
COVID-19 In Minnesota: State Approaching ICU Capacity; MDH Reports 5,801 New CasesThe Minnesota Department of Health on Monday is reporting 5,801 new COVID-19 cases and 15 more deaths. Meanwhile, metro ICU capacity is nearing capacity.
Enbridge Line 3 Replacement Project Gets Final Approval From Minnesota RegulatorsMinnesota regulators approved the final permit Monday for Enbridge Energy’s Line 3 crude oil pipeline replacement across northern Minnesota, giving the company the green light to begin construction on the $2.6 billion project.
2 Hurt In Bloomington Shooting; Investigators Find Body Inside ApartmentAuthorities in the Twin Cities are investigating Monday after an early morning shooting in the south metro left two people injured and a body was found in a nearby apartment complex.