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Minnesota Weather: Record-Setting Snow Storm Drops Several Inches Across StateIt’s official: Tuesday’s storm is the largest early season storm ever recorded in Minnesota, going back about 140 years.
How Are Absentee Ballots Counted?The Minnesota Secretary of State is reporting that more than 900,000 Minnesotans have already cast their ballots.
Mixed Feelings As Tuesday Snow Kicks Off Winter Weather Season Ahead Of ScheduleJust a week and a half ago, temperatures in the Twin Cities were in the 80s. On Tuesday, a winter storm in October was bringing several inches of snow to parts of Minnesota.
Wife Of TSA Screener Who Died Of COVID Urges People To 'Take This Seriously'“We were supposed to get old together. We were supposed to have a 50th wedding anniversary, and we’re supposed to be one of those cute, little old couples that still hold hands and walk around the street,” Terra Girard said. “People have to take this seriously.”
State Patrol: 1,100 Crashes, Spinouts During October Snow StormThe Minnesota State Patrol says hundreds of crashes have happened so far during Tuesday’s snowstorm, which may be one for the record books.
Stimulus Package Update: Is A Deal Even Possible At This Point?House Democrats and the Trump administration agreeing on stimulus terms isn't even the biggest obstacle to a stimulus package.
Minnesota's 2nd District Race Heats Up After Being Briefly PostponedOne of Minnesota's most competitive congressional districts for the last few years has been the second. It stretches south from the suburbs of Eagan and Prior Lake to the farmlands of Goodhue and Wabasha counties.
Original Senser's Location In Roseville To CloseWCCO's Jason DeRusha reports that the original Senser's location in Roseville is shutting down permanently, after more than three decades in business.
DOJ Announces Initiative That Would Bring More Resources To MPDIt’s a $3 million grant to the International Association of Chiefs of Police, a nonprofit in northern Virginia that works on advancing policing.
After Lease Approval, Plan To Turn St. Paul’s Bethesda Hospital Into Emergency Shelter Moves ForwardThe Ramsey County Board of Commissioners has voted to move forward with plans that would turn St. Paul’s Bethesda Hospital into a facility with about 100 beds for those experiencing homelessness.
Lawsuit: City, County Officials Violated Rights Of HomelessA lawsuit accuses officials in Minneapolis and Hennepin County of violating the civil rights of people in homeless encampments when they conducted sweeps that displaced them and put their health at risk.
Amazon Fulfillment Center In Lakeville Approved By City CouncilAn Amazon fulfillment center has been approved for Lakeville, Minnesota.