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Officials: Motorist Crashes Into Mahtomedi Home After Short PursuitOfficials in Washington County say a motorist crashed into a house after a short pursuit overnight.
Surly Brewing Suspends 'Darkness Day' Due To Minnesota Law Banning Take-Home Beer SalesPart of craft beer culture is collecting limited-release bottles and attending beer launches. However, the biggest breweries in Minnesota are not able to be part of that culture because they're too big.
Delta Halts Some Routes To, From MSP Airport Over Coronavirus ConcernsDelta is reducing and cancelling some routes for the next few months because of the coronavirus.
Does Listening To An Audiobook Count As Reading?According to the St. Paul Library system, audio books are checked out more often than traditional books.
'Rouge At The Lounge' Nightclub To Remain Closed After Shooting Death Of Ameer Green Jr.A Minneapolis nightclub will remain closed through the weekend after a deadly shooting.
Minnesota House Passes 2 Gun Bills: Background Checks & 'Red Flag' LawTwo major gun bills passed in the Democrat-controlled Minnesota House Thursday evening.
Pat Kessler Chats With Minnesota Voters Ahead Of Super TuesdayNo matter who you're supporting in Campaign 2020, it seems Minnesotans are engaged in the process.
Minnesota's Projected Budget Surplus Just Got BiggerMinnesota budget officials say the state’s projected surplus is $1.513 billion -- $181 million larger than a November estimate.
Charges: Terrion Sherman Brutally Murdered Abigail Simpson In Front Of Toddler In St. Paul ApartmentTerrion Sherman is charged with 2nd-degree murder in connection to the brutal death of Abigail Simpson, 21, inside her St. Paul apartment.
YouTube TV Drops Fox Regional Sports After Contract Dispute With SinclairFox Sports Network shows most Twins, Wild, Wolves, Lynx, and United games.
Hospitals And Clinics Are Preparing For Coronavirus PatientsIn an afternoon teleconference update, Commissioner of Health Jan Malcolm said, “we must anticipate that one or more cases of COVID-19 will be confirmed in the weeks to come."
Human Rights Dept., West Lutheran High School Reach Settlement Over Sex Assault AllegationsThe decree does not resolve any claims that the student may have against the school.