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DOJ: 23 Charged In Riots After George Floyd's DeathWCCO reached out to the Department of Justice for information on those arrested and federally charged in the wake of the destruction.
Plow Bunyan: MnDOT Announces 'Name A Snowplow' Contest WinnersEight Minnesota Department of Transportation snowplows bear new monikers thanks to the inaugural Name a Snowplow contest.
MDH Investigating ‘Vaccine Breakthrough Cases’ Where Vaccinated Person Gets COVIDThe Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) is asking health providers to help them in their investigation into COVID-19 “vaccine breakthrough cases” where individuals who have been vaccinated later get COVID-19.
Stimulus Check Update: When Could Another Economic Relief Payment Arrive?A third economic relief payment should reach the bank accounts of millions of Americans, but the timeline remains somewhat uncertain.
Minnesota Supreme Court Agrees To Hear Mohamed Noor's 3rd-Degree Murder AppealThe Minnesota Supreme Court agreed Monday to hear former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor’s appeal of his third-degree murder conviction.
Officials Listening To Women About How To Help Their Businesses During The PandemicThe pandemic has disproportionately affected employment for women, particularly women of color. More than 2 million women have left the workforce since February of last year.
1 Killed, 1 Seriously Injured In Belle Plaine Township CrashOne person is dead and another hospitalized with serious injuries after a crash in Belle Plaine Township Tuesday morning.
Wisconsin Bills Seek To Ban Transgender AthletesThe Wisconsin proposal faces an almost certain veto from Democratic Gov. Tony Evers should it pass the Republican-controlled Legislature.
Menomonie Man Jailed On Suspicion Of Killing 6-Week-Old SonThe 28-year-old Menomonie man was arrested after an autopsy determined the infant was a homicide victim, according to officials.
COVID In Minnesota: More Than 50% Of Seniors Have Received At Least 1 Vaccine ShotAs Minnesota has ramped up its pace in administering COVID-19 vaccines -- with nearly 1 million receiving at least one shot -- health officials reported Tuesday 443 new cases of the virus and four more deaths.
Charges: Kathryn Joyce Threatened Eagan Neighbors With Machete, Cut Wires From Utility BoxA 32-year-old Eagan woman is accused of threatening neighbors with a machete and cutting wires inside a utility box, resulting in 50 or more people being without phone or internet service, according to charges filed in Dakota County.
Families Of George Floyd, Derek Chauvin Allowed To Have 1 Relative In Court For TrialOne relative of George Floyd and one relative of Derek Chauvin will be allowed in the courtroom for the trial of the former Minneapolis police officer, which is slated to start next week.

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MDH Investigating ‘Vaccine Breakthrough Cases’ Where Vaccinated Person Gets COVIDThe Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) is asking health providers to help them in their investigation into COVID-19 “vaccine breakthrough cases” where individuals who have been vaccinated later get COVID-19.
Minnesota Supreme Court Agrees To Hear Mohamed Noor's 3rd-Degree Murder AppealThe Minnesota Supreme Court agreed Monday to hear former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor’s appeal of his third-degree murder conviction.
Officials Listening To Women About How To Help Their Businesses During The PandemicThe pandemic has disproportionately affected employment for women, particularly women of color. More than 2 million women have left the workforce since February of last year.
COVID In Minnesota: More Than 50% Of Seniors Have Received At Least 1 Vaccine ShotAs Minnesota has ramped up its pace in administering COVID-19 vaccines -- with nearly 1 million receiving at least one shot -- health officials reported Tuesday 443 new cases of the virus and four more deaths.
Charges: Kathryn Joyce Threatened Eagan Neighbors With Machete, Cut Wires From Utility BoxA 32-year-old Eagan woman is accused of threatening neighbors with a machete and cutting wires inside a utility box, resulting in 50 or more people being without phone or internet service, according to charges filed in Dakota County.
Families Of George Floyd, Derek Chauvin Allowed To Have 1 Relative In Court For TrialOne relative of George Floyd and one relative of Derek Chauvin will be allowed in the courtroom for the trial of the former Minneapolis police officer, which is slated to start next week.