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State Capitol Prepares For Political Violence This WeekendLocal law enforcement leaders say they're in regular communication with county, state and federal officials to coordinate and prepare for what's ahead.
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell Visits President Trump Friday, Note Caught On CameraCaptured by a Washington Post photographer, the images sparked immediate questions about Trump's final moves as President.
Arrest Made In Stolen Car Crash That Killed St. Paul GrandmotherSt. Paul police say the driver of a stolen car ran through a stop sign on Atlantic Street Jan. 7 and crashed into the victim's vehicle that was headed east on Minnehaha Avenue.
Man Found Dead In Vehicle In RobbinsdaleRobbinsdale Police say it does not appear to have been a random incident.
Travel Company To Refund $655K To Minnesota Music StudentsA Colorado-based travel company has agreed to refund more than $650,000 to several hundred Minnesota music students after COVID-19 scuttled their trip to Europe last spring.
7-Year-Old Boy Held Hostage In Brooklyn Park Home Invasion Reunited With FamilyA 7-year-old boy was held hostage for an hour after a home invasion in Brooklyn Park.
Anoka-Hennepin Installs 'Game Changer' Filtration Systems In Schools Before Students' ReturnNext week, the largest school district in the state will return to in-person learning for some students.
Carjacking Victim Marquis Moy Recovering After Being Shot In The HeadLast weekend, 31-year-old Marquis Moy was sitting in his car outside his home along 46th Avenue South when five young men attempted to take it from him.
U of M Study Finds Less-Lethal Weapons Used During George Floyd Protests Inappropriate For Crowd Control, Violated UN GuidelinesLess-lethal weapons like rubber bullets are not appropriate for crowd control. That's the finding of a new study looking at the unrest in the Twin Cities following the death of George Floyd.
Stimulus Check Update: 'I Believe We Have A Moral Obligation,' Says President-Elect Joe BidenPresident-elect Joe Biden disclosed plans for a $1.9 trillion stimulus package designed to counter the worsening COVID-19 pandemic and support the sinking economy.
Amid Pandemic, Many Minnesotans Say They'd Donate Lottery Winnings To Those In NeedYour odds of winning the Minnesota Mega Millions Jackpot are roughly one in 302 million. Still, WCCO wondered what some of you would do with the money.
Faces of COVID: Retired Teacher Bob Emary Believed In Passing On KnowledgeAn educator for nearly sixty years, Bob Emary was known in southwest Minnesota for being able to teach anything. He died in December at the age of 85 after a nearly month-long battle with COVID-19.

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