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3 Minneapolis City Council Members Now Aim To Cut $8M From Police BudgetA failed attempt to dismantle the Minneapolis Police Department now has a lighter follow-up from city council members behind the original proposal.
St. Paul Police Officer Shoots Man In North End NeighborhoodSt. Paul police say one of their officers shot a man Saturday night in the North End neighborhood.
Belle Plaine Men Rescued After Boat Capsizes During Duck HuntTwo Belle Plaine men were rescued from Clear Lake in Le Sueur County Saturday morning after their boat capsized while they were duck hunting.
Minneapolis Police: Shayne Munich, 26, Found 'Safe And Sound'Minneapolis Police announced Saturday evening that a missing 26-year-old man was located, and is "safe and sound."
Minnesota Entrepreneurs Lean On Each Other For Small Business SaturdayWith so many businesses struggling to stay afloat, it may be more important than ever to take part this year in buying local.
COVID In Minnesota: 40 In Gopher Football Program Have Tested PositiveThe number of University of Minnesota's Gopher football program members that have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 10 days has now reached 40.
COVID In Minnesota: MDH Reports 9,040 Cases And 45 Deaths For Thursday And FridayMinnesota health officials reported two days worth of COVID data on Saturday, adding 9,040 cases and 45 deaths to the state's tally.
Biden Picks Up Votes In Milwaukee County After RecountMilwaukee County completed its recount of presidential ballots Friday, finding only small changes in vote totals for one of the two Wisconsin counties recounting ballots, but President Donald Trump's attorneys appear ready for a legal challenge seeking to toss tens of thousands of ballots.
After 'Staggering' 101 COVID Deaths Reported Friday, Doctors Warn Of More High Fatalities On The WayMinnesota health officials reported 101 more COVID deaths Friday, the most in a day since the pandemic began.
Three Mpls. City Council Members Look To Cut $8 Million From Mayor Frey's 2021 Police BudgetSix months after the death of George Floyd, city officials remain divided on their approach to police funding in Minneapolis.
Police: Man In His 20s Shot In Minneapolis ApartmentPolice believe a woman shot and killed a young man in Minneapolis on Friday afternoon.
Pandemic Changes MACV's Outreach As Number Of Homeless Veterans IncreasesA year ago, the number of unsheltered veterans reached a low of 230 state-wide. Then COVID-19 hit, causing that number to increase as veterans who once had homes needed MACV's help to find shelter.

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