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Source: Online Shopping, Labor Shortage Prompts Delivery DelaysThe holiday shopping season is in full swing, with many turning to a screen to buy presents.
Police Investigating Report Of Recording Devices Found In Hyatt Hotel Guest RoomsMinneapolis police are investigating a report of recording devices found in guest rooms at the Hyatt Hotel.
What Is Holiday Heart Syndrome? Good QuestionWith cookies, parties, heavy foods and alcohol, this time of year can have a big impact on our bodies. Throw in stress and little sleep and it can become more than some hearts can handle. So, what is Holiday Heart? And, what signs should we watch out for during the holiday season? Good Question.
New YMCA Program Grants Christmas Wishes For Minneapolis MotherA new program gave a special holiday surprise to a Twin Cities family on Tuesday.
Minor Injuries After School Bus Goes Into DitchAuthorities in Polk County say three students sustained minor injuries Tuesday after their school bus went into the ditch.
St. Cloud State To Drop Football, Golf Programs, And Add Men's SoccerSt. Cloud State University will soon be announcing that it will be dropping its football program.
Woman Files Lawsuit After Pharmacist Refuses To Fill Morning-After Pill PrescriptionA rural Minnesota woman says a pharmacist refused to fill her prescription for the morning-after pill.
'It Goes A Long Way': Elk River Program Helps Vets Shovel Snow"Beyond the Yellow Ribbon" program will match needy and deployed veterans with willing volunteers.
3 Teenagers Face Charges In Violent Attacks On A Twin Cities Light Rail TrainAltogether Metro Transit Police have identified six teens involved in the attacks.
U Of M Crookston To Discontinue Football ProgramThe University of Minnesota Crookston will discontinue its football program, the school announced Tuesday. 
Baby Jesus Missing From St. Cloud Nativity Scene For A YearA baby Jesus statue has been missing from a nativity scene in downtown St. Cloud for a year.
Salad Kit Linked To 5 Minnesota E. Coli InfectionsFour people in Minnesota have recently suffered an E. coli infection, which officials believe could be caused by a chopped salad kit.