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'Running Of The Bulldogs' Returns To Canterbury ParkThere were several heats to try and earn a spot at Canterbury's Bark in the Park on Labor Day.
Finding Minnesota: Taylors Falls Scenic Boat ToursAs the weather warms up there are a million things you can do in Minnesota. And one of those activities involves scenery, history and a riverboat.
Minnesota Weather: Rainy Memorial Day Followed By Rounds Of ShowersHave outdoor plans for Memorial Day? You might need a backup. Rain is expected to start falling Monday morning and continue through the afternoon and evening hours.
2 Killed By Tornado In Oklahoma, Mayor SaysA tornado killed at least two people as it destroyed a motel, roared through a nearby mobile home park and caused other significant damage in the Oklahoma City area, officials said Sunday.
Woman, 39, Arrested In Fatal Minneapolis StabbingPolice arrested a 39-year-old woman Sunday in connection with a fatal stabbing Saturday night in Minneapolis.
St. Thomas Students Reflect On School Year, Look To FutureIt's a bittersweet time for high school and college seniors as they each get ready to jump into a new chapter of their lives. WCCO's Christiane Cordero got some sound advice from University of St Thomas students about making the transition.
Girl, 14, Dies When Canoe Capsizes In Wisconsin RiverAuthorities say the girl was among eight people canoeing on the Yahara River Saturday when several of the canoes capsized at about 2:50 p.m.
Found Safe: Missing 83-Year-Old Man In Coon Rapids83-year-old George Allen Bell of Coon Rapids has been found safe, police say.
Man Shot In Shoulder After Physical Fight In Pine CountyA man was shot in his shoulder Saturday afternoon on Little Sand Creek Road while driving toward Hinckley, the Pine County Sheriff's Office reports. The victim was air-lifted to a Duluth hospital with a gunshot wound that is not life-threatening, police say.
Magnitude 8 Earthquake Rattles Peru, Killing At Least 1A powerful magnitude 8.0 earthquake struck a remote part of the Amazon jungle in Peru early Sunday, collapsing buildings and knocking out power to some areas but causing only one reported death. The quake struck at 2:41 a.m. and was centered in a vast nature preserve 57 miles east of the small town of Yurimaguas.
Fargo's 400-Mile Walk For Veteran PTSD And Suicide AwarenessA group raising awareness about post-traumatic stress disorder and suicide among combat veterans has finished a 400-mile walk in Fargo, North Dakota. Brady's Border2Border Ruck March began on the western border of North Dakota Tuesday and concluded Saturday.
Monumental Women: Breaking The Bronze CeilingNationwide, there are more than 5,000 outdoor statues of people of all sorts. But estimates show fewer than 400 of them (or 8%) are of women.