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Investigative File, Squad Cam Footage Released In Hennepin Co. Sheriff DWI CrashPhotographs taken on the scene of Hennepin County Sheriff David Hutchinson’s DWI crash in early December were released Thursday morning.
Frozen Potatoes Close I-94 Eastbound In AlbertvilleMnDOT said a crash dumped a load of potatoes on the highway near Wright County Road 19. The potatoes were freezing to the road, so MnDOT needs to bring in equipment to clear them.
Minnesota Weather: More Dangerous Wind Chill Early Thursday, Light Snow FridayThe Twin Cities will have a high of 2 degrees Thursday, with pretty much the entire state in the same frozen boat.
Pond Hockey, Snow Sculpting Events Bringing International Attention To MN Winter FunOur local pride in bundling up to head outside in the cold is getting international attention this week.
Senate Democrats Fail To Change Rules On Filibuster To Pass Voting Rights (CBS News)Senate Republicans blocked Democrats from moving forward on voting rights legislation, and Democrats failed to get 50 votes to change the Senate rules to move forward with the legislation with a simple majority.
'This Place Is Pretty Breathtaking': Snow Activities At Whitewater State ParkAt Whitewater State Park in Winona County, it doesn’t matter if it’s above or below 30 degrees - people show up for one particular snow activity.
Dayton Family Opposes Orono Plan To Develop ParkIn an open letter to the city, the Dayton siblings said their dad "would have objected strongly to any structure on this land, given that his whole vision was to remove and prevent all buildings of any kind along that end of the lake."
'We Had No Idea': Why Most St. Paul Diners Won’t Need To Prove COVID Vaccination StatusChange is on the menu for many Twin Cities restaurants, with requirements starting Wednesday for customers to either have a vaccine or a negative COVID-19 test. However, a little-known rule is adding to confusion for spots in St. Paul.
COVID Levels Dropping In St. Paul Wastewater: 'It's Promising'The amount of virus in the wastewater has been going down since Jan. 9.
Restaurant Owners, Managers & Customers Adapt To First Day Of Vaccine MandateAfter a week’s preparation, restaurants and diners in Minneapolis and St. Paul ushered in a new era of COVID-19 protections Wednesday- mandatory COVID vaccination or negative tests for customers over the age of five.
Extra Nurses Arrive At Minnesota Hospitals For Staff ReliefNurses the state hired to assist hospitals amid a staffing shortage began arriving to Minnesota on Wednesday, a welcome boost as patient volumes overwhelm the health care system.
Federal Trial Begins Thursday For 3 Fmr. MPD Officers Charged In George Floyd's DeathThe federal civil rights trial of three former Minneapolis police officers in the death of George Floyd begins Thursday in St. Paul.
Vaccine Or Testing Mandate At Twin Cities Bars, Restaurants Takes Effect WednesdayStarting Wednesday, you'll need to show a proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test to get into a restaurant or bar in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Canadian Man Pleads Guilty To Sexually Abusing Children At Minnesota CasinoA Canadian man pleaded guilty Tuesday to sexually abusing two children at a northern Minnesota casino more than three years ago.
Why Is 5G A Concern Around Airplanes? And What Solutions Are In The Works?Warnings of a "catastrophic disruption" to the air travel industry have subsided, for now.

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'I'm Back': Sylvia Fowles Announces Return To Lynx On InstagramIt appears the reigning WNBA Defensive Player of the Year will be back in Minnesota next season.
Cowboys' OC Kellen Moore Interviews For Vikings' Head Coaching JobThis year, the 32-year-old coordinated an offense that ranked No. 1 in both points and yards.
Pond Hockey, Snow Sculpting Events Bringing International Attention To MN Winter FunOur local pride in bundling up to head outside in the cold is getting international attention this week.
Young's Scoring Surge Sends Hawks Past Timberwolves, 134-122Trae Young scored 23 of his 37 points in the third quarter, sparking Atlanta's comeback, and the Hawks beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 134-122 on Wednesday night.
Twin Cities Gets Trampoline Zone To Help Action Sports Athletes Hone Their SkillsHelp Boardshop in Edina has an indoor indoor skatepark for skateboarders to ride year-round. Now, the shop also features a trampoline training area.
7 Wild Games Postponed Due To COVID-19 Rescheduled For FebruaryThe NHL announced Wednesday the rescheduled dates for Minnesota Wild games postponed due to COVID-19. All of the rescheduled games will be played next month.
Vikings Interview Cowboys DC Dan Quinn For Head Coaching JobThe Vikings are one of several teams that have interviewed or requested an interview with Quinn.
Wild Activate Joel Eriksson Ek From COVID ProtocolThe Wild announced Wednesday that forward Joel Eriksson Ek has been activated from the NHL's COVID-19 protocol, clearing the way for his return to the ice for the first time in a month.
Towns' 3-Point Play Helps Wolves Edge Knicks 112-110"I told my dad everyone's going to get a chance to have their Madison Square Garden moment and I felt that was for me tonight. That was the biggest moment that I've had in MSG," Karl-Anthony Towns said.

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