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Wabasso School District Cancels Classes Due To Flu OutbreakSuperintendent of Wabasso Public Schools Wade McKittrick released a statement Wednesday evening announcing all classes will be canceled Thursday and Friday due to a flu outbreak.
Trump Recognizes Venezuela's Opposition Leader As Its Legitimate PresidentIn his announcement, President Trump urged the international community to follow his lead and recognize Juan Guaidó as Venezuela's legitimate leader.
Man Arrested In Minneapolis Could Be Connected To St. Paul Crime SpreeTwin Cities officials are looking into an arrest in Minneapolis that could be connected to a crime spree in St. Paul.
'This Could Bring Joy To Someone Else': Minnesotans Going All In On Kondo ApproachIt's one of the hottest shows on Netflix, and it's causing many people to take inventory of their lives and their closets.
Tariff War Puts More Government Commodities In Food ShelvesThe Hallie Q. Brown food shelf is among 300 in the statewide Hunger Solutions network, and like all of them, it's seeing a huge jump in demand.
Blizzard Warning: Strong Winds, Whiteout Conditions Expected In Western MinnesotaA blast of winter weather is expected to rush into western Minnesota Wednesday night, with strong winds whipping up snow, creating extremely hazardous driving conditions.
Subway Responds After Restaurant Manager's 'Profanity-Laced Tirade'A Subway spokesperson has responded after a Muslim advocacy group demanded answers stemming from a confrontation last week between a manager and a Muslim woman at a south metro location.
Repairs Begin On Flood-Ravaged Minnehaha Creek BanksThe damage occurred in 2014, when historic rainfall washed out the stream channel in ten spots.
Jennie-O To Donate $25,000 In Reward Money To Jayme ClossHormel Foods and Jennie-O say they’ll donate the $25,000 it had offered in reward money for information leading to Jayme Closs directly to the 13-year-old girl.
How To Keep Your Furnace, Pipes Ready For The Bitter BlastTechnicians are making the rounds in the Twin Cities as homeowners get their furnaces tuned up ahead of the cold front.
Study: 11 Pedestrians In Mpls. Are Killed Per Year By VehiclesEvery two hours, someone in the U.S. is struck and killed while walking, according to a study released Wednesday.
Minneapolis Police Help Out Homeless Ahead Of Arctic BlastMembers of the community response team are out and about with blankets, hats and gloves in an effort to protect people from the bitter blast.