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Joe Biden Returns To Minnesota In Final Days Of Presidential CampaignFriday afternoon, held a socially distanced drive-in car rally for invited supporters. His visit was added to his schedule just yesterday as polls show a tightening race.
Anoka 100th Halloween Parade And Traditions Continue, With Safety ChangesThe Halloween parade typically draws over 60,000 people each year, packing Main Street, but this year large group gathering restrictions are preventing that from happening.
School Districts Desperate For Substitute Teachers As Staffing Levels Fluctuate Due To COVID"Substitute teachers wanted." That's the message from some districts around the state as quarantines impact staffing levels. 
How Minnesota's Historic Bonding Bill Aims To Create Affordable HousingThe passing of the largest bonding bill in Minnesota history includes money for affordable housing. 
Trump Rallies In Rochester, With Spillover From 250 Capacity Showing Support Outside"Just because he’s a goomba and a rich guy doesn’t mean that he doesn’t have the heart and soul of an American," Tom Blondelle said.
Sec. Of State Simon Won't Seek Stay Of 8th Circuit Decision On Absentee Ballots From SCOTUSFollowing a federal appeals court ruling that Minnesota cannot extend the deadline for accepting mail-in ballots, Minnesota’s secretary of state says it’s already too late for voters to mail in their ballots in time for next week’s election.
Good Question: Why Do We Practice Daylight Saving Time?This Sunday at 2 a.m., most Americans will "fall back" and gain an extra hour when we revert to standard time. The first Sunday of November is the end of almost eight months of Daylight Saving Time (DST).
Brian Williams Pleads Guilty In Magazine Sales Fraud That Bilked Elderly Victims Of $29MBrian James Williams, 51, was the first to plea guilty in what Minnesota U.S. Attorney Erica MacDonald called the largest elder fraud scheme in the country.
St. Paul Schools Says Distance Learning To Stay In Place Until At Least Mid-JanuaryThe district said that it would not be transitioning students from Pre-K through 12th grade to a hybrid model until Jan. 19, 2021 at the earliest.
COVID Community Testing Sites For Oct. 30 Through Nov. 10Free COVID-19 community testing continues throughout the state, as the number of cases climb. On Friday, Minnesota reported for the first time a positive case count of over 3,000.
Fatal Crash Closes Highway 8 In Lindstrom Friday AfternoonThe State Patrol says the crash has shut down Highway 8 at Lincoln Road, and it will remain closed "for an extended period of time.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month: 'The Standard Mammogram Is Missing 50% Of Breast Cancer Diagnoses'October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and here are a few tips from an expert for women of all ages to keep in mind.

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