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Residents Able To Return Home After Voluntary Evacuations In JordanAmy Vaughan's long weekend ended Tuesday with a sigh of relief. As flood waters rose on Thursday, she had to evacuate out her back window with the help of a neighbor at Valley Green mobile home park.
How Do Cities Decide Where To Fix Potholes First?Two weeks ago, street crews were plowing snow. On Tuesday, those same workers spent their entire day filling potholes.
Swift Action Taken In Henderson To Combat FloodwatersThe rising Minnesota River forced the town to adjust its timeline. Floodgates went in 24 hours before city officials thought they'd need it.
Minneapolis Man, 19, Pleads Guilty To Fatal ShootingA 19-year-old man charged in a 2018 shooting that left one dead has pleaded guilty, according to the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office.
Sheriff: Body Found In Mississippi RiverWisconsin authorities are investigating after a woman's body was found floating in the Mississippi River.
Sheriff: Woman Accused Of Running Over Son With SUVA 58-year-old woman was arrested Monday evening after she allegedly ran over her adult son, causing significant pelvic injuries.
Young Mother Killed By Hit-And-Run Driver, Police Seek Public's HelpTaressa Wilson-Snyder was just 22 years old. She was also the mother of a little girl. Early Saturday morning around 2:30 a.m., Taressa was found severely injured in the eastbound lanes of Maryland Avenue at Desoto, hit by a driver who left her dying in the street.
Local Businesses Expecting Boost From Final FourCollege basketball fans will soon pour into Minneapolis for the Final Four. Local businesses are expecting to see an increase in customers, which will create opportunities for jobs.
Most New HIV Cases Are Transmitted By People Who Are Undiagnosed Or Untreated, CDC SaysThe majority of new HIV infections in the United States -- 80 percent -- are transmitted by people who don't know they have the virus or by people who are diagnosed and not receiving care, according to new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Auditor: BCA Should Investigate Fraud In Troubled ProgramMinnesota's legislative auditor recommends that responsibility for investigating fraud in the state's troubled Child Care Assistance Program should be transferred from the agency that runs it to the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.
Minnetonka's Andy Steinfeldt, 71, Breaks World Planking RecordSteinfeldt broke the Guinness World Record for his age holding an abdominal plank position. He held the plank for 38 minutes, breaking the previous record of 36 minutes, 58 seconds.
Parkland School Shooting Survivor David Hogg Speaks In MinneapolisA Florida school shooting survivor was in Minnesota Tuesday, using his story to try and compel change in our state's gun laws.