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Xcel Energy Working To Restore Power To Over 24,000 Minnesotans Affected By Severe StormsXcel Energy crews are working to restore power to thousands of customers in Minnesota affected by the severe storms that rolled through the state Friday evening. 
Minnesota Urges College Students To Stay Home, Avoid BarsAs students prepare to return to Minnesota's colleges and universities, health officials made a plea Friday for them to stay home and avoid crowded bars, house parties and road trips during what's left of their summer vacation so that they don't bring the coronavirus to campus.
Good Question: Why Are Hailstones Different Sizes? Many of you ended up with dents in your cars and roofs. Reports on hail range from hail the size of a pea to the size of a tennis ball, or even bigger.
Mayor Frey Says Proposed Budget Could Mean 100 Less Cops In MinneapolisA scaled down version of the budget for the city of Minneapolis includes a hiring freeze that could impact public safety.
2 Arrested In Connection To Death Of 8-Year-Old Elk River GirlAuthorities in Elk River arrested two people Friday evening in connection to the death of an 8-year-old girl. 
Man Found Shot In Downtown Minneapolis Parking Ramp DiesOfficers responded to the parking ramp at 425 7th Street South around 6 p.m. Friday. There they found the man, non-responsive.
Twins, Royals Game Postponed By Rain; Doubleheader Expected SaturdayThe Minnesota Twins postponed their game against the Kansas City Royals on Friday night because of stormy weather, scheduling a straight doubleheader on Saturday instead to start the series.
Minnesota Weather: Severe Storms Roll Across State With Damaging Winds, Isolated TornadoesA line of severe storms washed over the state Friday afternoon to evening bringing threats of damaging winds and isolated tornadoes.
New U Of M Study Looks Into Breastfeeding And COVID-19A new study at the University of Minnesota Medical School is looking at COVID-19 and breastfeeding.
Minnesota Postal Workers Say New Changes Are Slowing Mail, Threatening Upcoming ElectionPostal workers and letter carriers say they're being squeezed for political reasons.
Mom, Grandmother Arrested In Brooklyn Park Shooting That Left 2-Year-Old Injured; Another Suspect Still At LargeAuthorities arrested two family members in connection to a Brooklyn Park apartment shooting that left a 2-year-old in critical condition; another suspect is at large.
Thao, In BCA Interview, Says Dispatch Cancelled Call To Him And Chauvin Before They Arrived At Cup FoodsOn Friday, the courts released the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension's interview with Tou Thao, who is one of four former Minneapolis police officers charged in George Floyd's death.

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Twins, Royals Game Postponed By Rain; Doubleheader Expected SaturdayThe Minnesota Twins postponed their game against the Kansas City Royals on Friday night because of stormy weather, scheduling a straight doubleheader on Saturday instead to start the series.
Aces Top Lynx 87-77 For Sole Possession Of 2nd PlaceA'ja Wilson had 23 points and eight rebounds, Angel McCoughtry scored 21 points and the Las Vegas Aces topped the Minnesota Lynx 87-77 on Thursday night for sole possession of second place.
Virus-Proofing NFL Facilities Is A Tall, Masked TaskLike a defense stiffening at the goal line late in the game, the NFL has implemented a wide array of health protocols designed to keep the coronavirus from wrecking the 2020 season scheduled to begin four weeks from now.
Harrison Smith, Anthony Harris Are Secondary Luxury For VikingsNo team in the NFC has allocated more salary cap space to the safety position than the Minnesota Vikings, who will rely even more heavily this season on their excellent yet expensive tandem of stalwart Harrison Smith and upstart Anthony Harris.
'Sincerely Heartbreaking': Mankato Marathon To Go Virtual Due To Pandemic Like the Twin Cities Marathon and Grandma’s Marathon, the Mankato Marathon is going virtual this year.
Kenta Maeda Retires First 11 Batters As Twins Dominate Brewers 12-2Byron Buxton hit two solo home runs and Miguel Sanó added another as the Minnesota Twins jumped to an early lead and routed the Milwaukee Brewers 12-2 on Wednesday night.