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Housing Secretary Ben Carson To Tour Hawthorne EcoVillage In North MinneapolisBen Carson, the head of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, is coming to the Twin Cities this week.
20-Year Sentence In Fatal Robbery In DuluthA defendant accused of killing a man during a robbery in St. Louis County has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.
The Twin Cities Metro Area Saw A 'Serious' Boost In Visitors In 2018Travel officials say the Twin Cities metro area welcomed 34.5 million visitors in 2018, an increase of nearly 4% over 2017.
Woman, 27, Suffers Life Threatening Injuries In Hopkins CrashA 27-year-old Excelsior woman is in the hospital with life threatening injuries after a crash that closed down a highway in Hopkins Sunday.
Feds Say 11 Minnesota Nursing Homes Need Greater OversightEleven Minnesota nursing homes are on a list of facilities cited by federal officials for patterns of health and safety violations.
Survey Finds This Green Plant Is America’s Favorite VegetableIt’s National Eat Your Veggies Day Monday and Green Giant has released its survey of America’s favorite vegetable.
Trump Campaign Fires Pollsters After Leaked Numbers Show Him Trailing Biden
Finding Minnesota: Behind The Scenes Of BrickmaniaWhen he was 4 years old, Dan Siskind never imagined that a bunch of Lego parts and Lego men would ever become more than just a childhood pastime.
Authorities Stress Water Safety After Tragic Weekend On Minnesota LakesChristopher Schultz, 31, jumped in to reportedly save his 3-year-old son who had fallen into Dead Shot Bay on Detroit Lakes. Bystanders were able to pull the child to shore, but Schultz never resurfaced.
Officials: 2 U Of M Athletes Suspended, Investigation UnderwayUniversity of Minnesota officials say two student athletes have been suspended from all team activity pending further investigation.
Medical Examiner ID's Man Killed In Minneapolis ShootingAuthorities have identified a 26-year-old man who was shot and killed early Saturday morning in Minneapolis.
Leaders From Midwest, Canada Discuss Great Lakes Action PlanNot only are there long-term threats from storms and flooding, but there are also more immediate threats like traffic jams on flooded waterways.