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Sheriff: Motorcyclist Dies In Early Morning Crash In Western WisconsinOfficials in western Wisconsin say a motorcyclist died early Friday morning after losing control, going off-road and being thrown from the bike.
Trump Says 'No Money Was Paid' To North Korea For Otto Warmbier
State Patrol: Fatal Crash Involving Pedestrian In PlymouthThe Minnesota State Patrol is investigating after a fatal crash involving a pedestrian in Plymouth Friday morning.
Minnesota Weather: April Storm Could Dump Up To 9 Inches Of Sloppy Snow On SE MinnesotaA late April storm is threatening to bring significant snow to southern Minnesota on Saturday, and weather officials say some communities along the Interstate 90 corridor could see up to 9 inches of sloppy, wet snow stack up.
Mohamed Noor To Resume Testimony In Justine Ruszczyk Damond's DeathA former Minneapolis police officer on trial in the fatal shooting of an unarmed woman will be back on the stand Friday.
Trump Calls Mueller Probe A 'Coup'The report, released last week, identified 10 occasions when President Donald Trump may have obstructed justice, although special counsel Robert Mueller did not reach a conclusion on the question.
Vikings Fans Celebrate NFL Draft At US Bank StadiumAnd just like that, the Minnesota Vikings 2019 season is upon us.
WCCO Viewers' Choice For Best Pizza In MinnesotaA stroll around this place – this time capsule – gives one the sense of how much it has impacted this neighborhood. It was Dave's recipe of embracing tradition mixed with a touch of innovation that made Cossetta a huge player in the Twin Cities pizza game.
What's The Difference Between Winter, Summer Gas Blends?Over past weeks, we've seen gas prices jump about 15 cents. In Minnesota, prices went from $2.62 to $2.79 since April 7, which is normal this time of year. Part of that jump comes from the annual switch to a different kind of gas.
Philando Castile's Mom Presents $8,000 Donation To Help Clear Student Lunch DebtsIt has been nearly three years since Philando Castile was shot and killed by a St. Anthony police officer. Long before that, Philando was known as a beloved cafeteria supervisor at a St. Paul school.
Burgum Signs Bill For Minot, Fargo Flood Project FundingThe bill contains $82.5 million for the ongoing Mouse River flood control project in Minot and a long-term commitment of $750 million for a project to divert the Red River to protect flood-prone Fargo and nearby Moorhead, Minnesota.
Bicyclist Critically Injured After Crash With Commercial Vehicle In MinneapolisOfficers responded to the call around 4:45 p.m. at the intersection of 3rd Avenue South and South 2nd Street. The adult bicyclist was transported to the hospital with "extremely critical injuries," police say.