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St. Paul Winter Carnival Unveils 2021 Button DesignsMembers of the St. Paul Winter Carnival Royal Family, Vulcans, and Klondike Kates took turns unveiling each of the four designs on Facebook on Saturday morning.
Biden Officially Secures Electoral College Majority After California Certifies Votes (CBS News)California certified its presidential election Friday and appointed 55 electors pledged to vote for President-elect Biden, officially handing him the Electoral College majority needed to win the White House.
Chisago County Squad Scar Struck By Pick-Up TruckA Chisago County sergeant was finishing a traffic stop on Friday night when his squad car was hit by a pick-up truck.
COVID In MN: 6,337 Cases, 75 Deaths Reported SaturdayAs health officials say the state may be seeing the impact of COVID exposure at Thanksgiving gatherings, another 6,337 cases and 75 deaths were reported Saturday.
Giant Bull Elk Harvested In Northern MinnesotaIt was the second day of the hunting season when Lacey Lupien, a nurse from northwestern Minnesota, harvested a giant bull elk. 
Protesters March Over St. Paul Officer-Involved ShootingA source tells WCCO St. Paul Chief Todd Axtell fired the officer who shot Washington, but that didn't satisfy many of the protesters.
Faribault Inmate Is Sixth Incarcerated Person To Die Of COVIDA 64-year-old man who had been incarcerated at the Minnesota Correctional Facility in Faribault has died of COVID.
Dozens Of Minnesotans Travel To Kansas City To Watch MNUFC Make Historic Conference WinMNUFC Loons have given us a reason to cheer again. The Minnesota United secured their spot in the MLS Western Conference finals Thursday night with a huge defeat over #1 ranked Kansas City.
U Of M Building Evacuated After Chemical ExplosionThe incident happened at the building on the 200 block of Pleasant Street Southeast.
Where Community Spread Of COVID Is Having A Profound Effect: Long-Term Care FacilitiesState leaders warn the community spread is impacting our long-term care facilities, and the ability to care for the people who live there.
BCA Identifies State Trooper Who Fired Weapon In Albert LeaThe officer who was injured was identified Friday as Albert Lea Officer Kody Needham, who has been in law enforcement for four years.
Addiction During COVID: First-Of-Its-Kind Program Offers Line Of SupportThe Mobile SUDS program is a first-of-its kind program comprised of peer recovery specialists and counselors who meet with someone seeking help to offer proactive support.

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