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MNsure Deadline Comes Amid New Health Care Coverage FearsSaturday is the last day to sign up for MNsure coverage that will begin Jan. 1. 
Sensory-Friendly Event Helps Children With Autism Meet SantaFor many kids, going to see Santa is one of the most exciting parts of the holidays, but the experience can be scary for children with autism or sensory issues.
Public Gathers To Address Gun Violence In CommunityPeople in Minneapolis met Saturday at Merwin Liquors for a rally addressing gun violence and division within the community.
Pedestrian Hit By Car In Columbia HeightsAuthorities say a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle just before 7 p.m. on Saturday at 40th and University avenues in Columbia Heights.
State Patrol Seeks To Add More Female Troopers To ForceRight now, there are 535 road troopers in the State Patrol, but only 54 -- or 10 percent -- of those troopers are women.
'We Will Never Give Up': Friends, Family Release Balloons For Jayme ClossBarron community members gathered Saturday afternoon to release balloons for Jayme Closs as authorities continue searching for the Wisconsin teenager who has been missing for two months.
Police: Blue Line Train Delayed Due To Car On TracksAccording to authorities, the driver of the vehicle was arrested for fleeing the scene and two passengers were arrested for outstanding warrants.
Man, 19, Killed In Rollover Accident In GullyA 19-year-old man was killed after he was ejected from his vehicle Friday in Gully.
Interior Sec. Ryan Zinke To Leave Trump Administration At End Of YearPresident Trump said on Twitter Saturday that Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke will be leaving the Trump administration at the end of the year.
Archbishop Prohibits Predecessor From Celebrating MassThe head of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis says he's troubled by the Vatican's failure to conclude an investigation into allegations that his predecessor behaved inappropriately with young men.
New Herd Of Elk Could Be Reintroduced To NE MinnesotaThere's an effort gaining steam to potentially reintroduce elk to northeastern Minnesota.
Metro Transit Planning To Power Buses By ElectricityThe Twin Cities' Metro Transit is advancing efforts to one day have all of its buses powered by electricity.