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Family Remember Deona Knajdek, Protester Hit And Killed In Uptown, As 'Wonderful Person'Family members identified the victim struck by a car during a protest in Uptown Minneapolis Sunday as Deona Knajdek, remembering her as “a wonderful person” who was committed to helping others.
Some Minnesota School Districts Struggling To Find Teachers For Summer ClassesThousands of students will be taking part in summer school to get caught up after a challenging year. But some districts are struggling to find enough teachers to teach them.
Motorcyclists Airlifted After Colliding With Deer In Hubbard CountyA motorcycle collided with a deer on June 4 in Hubbard County resulting in the passengers being airlifted to a local hospital. 
Driver Plows Into Protesters In Uptown; Woman Killed Identified As Deona KnajdekA woman was killed and three others hurt after an SUV plowed into a group of protesters Sunday night in Uptown.
Child Tax Credit: How Much Will Your Monthly Check Be?The updated Child Tax Credit, as part of the most recent stimulus package, is scheduled to start in July, will millions of parents eligible for monthly payments.
Minn. Court Affirms Approvals Of Line 3 Pipeline Replacement Project; Opponents Vow To Stand Their GroundThe Minnesota Court of Appeals on Monday affirmed state regulators' key approvals of Enbridge Energy’s Line 3 oil pipeline replacement project, in a dispute that drew over 1,000 protesters to northern Minnesota last week.
University Of Minnesota Will Not Require Vaccinations For Upcoming School YearThe University of Minnesota announced its decision to not require COVID-19 vaccinations for students in the 2021-2022 school year.
Special Session Starts; Extension Of Emergency Powers Renewed Another 30 DaysThe Minnesota House and Senate are starting to meet in Special Session. Lawmakers need to pass a budget before July 1 or the government shuts down.
Police: Armed Suspect Arrested After Barricading Himself Inside Cannon Falls BuildingAuthorities in southern Minnesota say a standoff situation has concluded in Cannon Falls after an armed suspect barricaded himself in the apartment complex where he lives.
Fourth Stimulus Check: Is Another Relief Payment Possible?With an uneven recovery continuing, many Americans are wondering if the Biden administration will be handing out a fourth stimulus check.
Bryce Jermain Salon Announces Closure Amid Challenges Presented By PandemicBryce Jermain Salon announced its closure after just under six years on Hennepin Avenue on Facebook Friday, stating challenges presented during the pandemic as its reason.
Minneapolis 311 To Take Theft, Property Damage Reports Starting MondayStarting Monday, Minneapolis residents can report theft or property damage not in progress by calling the city's 311 phone number.

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Report: Vikings, Danielle Hunter Agree To Terms On 'Reworked Deal'The NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported Hunter will get "significant money moved up his contract" as part of the new deal.
Astros Notch 20 Hits In 14-3 Rout Of TwinsMichael Brantley had his second four-hit game of the series and drove in four runs, part of a 20-hit attack that helped the Houston Astros rout Minnesota 14-3 Sunday to take two of three from the Twins.
Lynx Beat Sparks 80-64, Spoil Return Of Seimone AugustusCrystal Dangerfield was 4 of 5 from 3-point range and finished with 16 points and Minnesota beat the Los Angeles Sparks 80-64 on Saturday night, spoiling the return of Lynx great — and current Sparks assistant coach — Seimone Augustus.
Berríos Pitching, Polanco Power Carry Twins Past Astros 5-2Jose Berríos threw seven commanding innings against the highest-scoring team in the majors, Jorge Polanco had three RBIs and the Twins beat the Houston Astros 5-2 on Saturday night.
Former Twins Pitcher Jim 'Mudcat' Grant Dies At 85He became the first Black pitcher in major league history to win 20 games in a single season.
Astros Booed At Target Field, But Overcome 4 Twins Homers For WinThis was Houston's first trip to Target Field with fans in the stands since 2019, and the Astros heard a chorus of boos and chants of “You're a cheater."
Wayzata High School Fishing Team Gets Ready To Cast Lines This WeekendThere is a huge high school tournament set to commence this weekend, involving about 450 participants.
Former Pitcher's Prosthetic Arm, Stolen From Car, Replaced Thanks To Community's GenerosityBorn with only a partial left arm, Parker Hanson never let it slow him down. He pitched for the Augustana University baseball team in Sioux Falls.
Donaldson, Cruz Homers Off Chapman Lift Twins Over Yanks 7-5Josh Donaldson and Nelson Cruz hit two-run homers off Aroldis Chapman in the ninth inning, and the Minnesota Twins beat the New York Yankees 7-5 Thursday night to avoid a three-game sweep.

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Family Remember Deona Knajdek, Protester Hit And Killed In Uptown, As 'Wonderful Person'Family members identified the victim struck by a car during a protest in Uptown Minneapolis Sunday as Deona Knajdek, remembering her as “a wonderful person” who was committed to helping others.
Some Minnesota School Districts Struggling To Find Teachers For Summer ClassesThousands of students will be taking part in summer school to get caught up after a challenging year. But some districts are struggling to find enough teachers to teach them.
Motorcyclists Airlifted After Colliding With Deer In Hubbard CountyA motorcycle collided with a deer on June 4 in Hubbard County resulting in the passengers being airlifted to a local hospital. 
University Of Minnesota Will Not Require Vaccinations For Upcoming School YearThe University of Minnesota announced its decision to not require COVID-19 vaccinations for students in the 2021-2022 school year.
Bryce Jermain Salon Announces Closure Amid Challenges Presented By PandemicBryce Jermain Salon announced its closure after just under six years on Hennepin Avenue on Facebook Friday, stating challenges presented during the pandemic as its reason.
COVID-19 In MN: 90% Of Those Ages 65 And Up Have Received At Least 1 Vaccine DoseAs the governor extends his peacetime emergency powers for another month, Minnesota health officials on Monday reported 118 new COVID-19 cases and five additional deaths. Meanwhile, about 90% of seniors have received at least one vaccine dose.