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'Conservative Squad': Michelle Fischbach & 3 Other Republican Women Vow To Beat 'Socialist' SquadFormer Minnesota Lt. Gov. Michelle Fischbach has announced that she’s part of the “Conservative Squad,” a group of four Republican women running for seats in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Safest Ways To Pay For Holiday Gifts, In Stores And OnlineWhen it comes to saving money this holiday season, the payment method matters as much as good deals.
District 191 Mulls Closing Metcalf Middle School, Sioux Trail And Marion W. Savage Elementary SchoolsIn the last decade, the district's number of enrolled students declined 15%, from 9,858 students in the 2009-2010 school year to 8,334 students in the 2018-2019 school year.
Funeral For Sgt. Kort Plantenberg To Be Held Thursday In CollegevilleLoved ones will gather Thursday to say goodbye to one of three Minnesota National Guard members killed in a helicopter crash.
Minnesota Weather: Clipper System To Drop Light Snow During Morning CommuteA fast-moving Alberta clipper system is expected to drop light snow on the Twin Cities during the Thursday morning commute.
Water Gremlin Efforts To Make ImprovementsCommunity members got a chance to ask questions on Wednesday about the investigation into a Twin Cities factory with a history of pollution.
St. Thomas Students Created A Scanner To Digitize Braille TextbooksSt. Thomas engineering students created a laser scanner that will digitize all of the state's braille textbook documents.
Minneapolis, St. Paul City Leaders Pass 2020 BudgetsSt. Paul and Minneapolis city council members passed multi-million and billion dollar budgets on Wednesday night.
Reality Check: How Much Do Voters Really Care About Impeachment?The U.S. House is expected to vote before the end of the year on whether to impeach President Trump.
'It's Scary Stuff': Cyber-Security Expert Says Recording-Device Investigation At Hyatt Hotel Is Not UncommonPolice are investigating a report of recording devices found in guest rooms at a Minneapolis hotel.
Crews Take Advantage Of Deep Cold To Fire Up Outdoor Ice RinksEagan Parks and Recreation employees took tankers around the rinks at Sky Hill Park Wednesday, flooding each one with 2,000 gallons of water.
Journalist Turns Into World Champion Chocolate MakerA Minnesota chocolate maker is now a world truffle making champion.