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Following Parking Lot Brawl In Wisconsin, Target Pulling Trading Cards From Store ShelvesTarget will no longer sell Pokémon and sports trading cards in its physical locations.
'Absolutely Check Your Policies': Breezy Point Couple Learns COVID's Effect On Insurance The Hard WayIn January of 2020 Jim who has dementia and is disabled left a chair too close to a small heater in the garage. “It was strictly an accident but devastating,” Williams said.“The house ended up being condemned by the city.”
Former Minneapolis Police Officer Talks About His Decision To Leave: 'I Did It Out Of Principle'Only on WCCO, one former Minneapolis police officer agreed to tell Jennifer Mayerle about his decision to leave the department.
As Statewide Mask Mandate Is Set To Be Lifted, Some Cities And Stores Still Plan To Require Masks While Minnesota is set to drop its statewide mask mandate Friday, some cities, stores and shopping centers still plan to require masks for people gathering indoors.
COVID In Minnesota: Walz Signs Executive Order, Ends Statewide Mask MandateGov. Tim Walz signed an executive order Friday afternoon to lift the mask mandate following updated guidance from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, which said fully vaccinated people can forgo their masks in most indoor and outdoor settings.
Minnesota House Approves Recreational Marijuana Bill, The First-Ever Vote Of Its Kind In The StateThe Minnesota House on Thursday night approved a bill that would legalize recreational marijuana in the state, a historic vote for an effort some have been pushing for decades.
1 Killed, 2 Seriously Injured In Head-On Collision Near HinckleyThe Minnesota State Patrol says one person is dead and two others are fighting for their lives after a crash north of the Twin Cities.
Osakis Turns Out For Beloved Coach & Widower Who Leaves Behind 3 BoysAlmost five years ago, Kyle Imdieke's wife Dainy was diagnosed and succumbed to pancreatic cancer, leaving a legacy behind. Last week at his home, he also died, leaving three boys without parents and a community in shock.
New Car Market Delays Drive Used Car Prices To Spike By ThousandsThe pandemic caused a shortage of computer chips and other components needed to build new cars and trucks, which pushed used car sales up 10%.
Brooklyn Center, Where Daunte Wright Shot, To Vote On Policing ChangesThe resolution would create new divisions of unarmed civilian employees to handle non-moving traffic violations and respond to mental health crises.
Arraignment Set In July For 3 Ex-MPD Officers In Floyd's Death
Target Pulls Trading Cards From Shelves Following Violent Attack In WisconsinCollecting baseball cards seems like a calm hobby, but it's apparently bringing out the worst in some people -- leading to a big change at a major retailer.

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'Absolutely Check Your Policies': Breezy Point Couple Learns COVID's Effect On Insurance The Hard WayIn January of 2020 Jim who has dementia and is disabled left a chair too close to a small heater in the garage. “It was strictly an accident but devastating,” Williams said.“The house ended up being condemned by the city.”
Former Minneapolis Police Officer Talks About His Decision To Leave: 'I Did It Out Of Principle'Only on WCCO, one former Minneapolis police officer agreed to tell Jennifer Mayerle about his decision to leave the department.
As Statewide Mask Mandate Is Set To Be Lifted, Some Cities And Stores Still Plan To Require Masks While Minnesota is set to drop its statewide mask mandate Friday, some cities, stores and shopping centers still plan to require masks for people gathering indoors.
Minnesota House Approves Recreational Marijuana Bill, The First-Ever Vote Of Its Kind In The StateThe Minnesota House on Thursday night approved a bill that would legalize recreational marijuana in the state, a historic vote for an effort some have been pushing for decades.
Osakis Turns Out For Beloved Coach & Widower Who Leaves Behind 3 BoysAlmost five years ago, Kyle Imdieke's wife Dainy was diagnosed and succumbed to pancreatic cancer, leaving a legacy behind. Last week at his home, he also died, leaving three boys without parents and a community in shock.
New Car Market Delays Drive Used Car Prices To Spike By ThousandsThe pandemic caused a shortage of computer chips and other components needed to build new cars and trucks, which pushed used car sales up 10%.