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Where Do Our Halloween Traditions Come From? Good QuestionWhile we may celebrate Halloween differently this year, many traditions remain. Like scary pumpkins, and snacking on candy. So how did those traditions start? Good Question.
As COVID Cases Rise, St. Olaf College Campus Holds Steady By Limiting Spread From Asymptomatic StudentsState health leaders warn our COVID outbreak is like a strengthening winter storm.
4 Minnesota Governors Collaborate To Urge Minnesotans To Vote"The four of us don't agree on everything. But we do agree on this: The 2020 election is too important to sit out."
City Pages Shutting Down, Effectively Ending Era Of Alternative WeekliesThe paper began under the moniker Sweet Potato in 1979 before rechristening as City Pages two years later.
Xcel Energy: Power Restored After Thousands Affected Near U of M CampusPower has been restored to thousands of customers Wednesday night after an outage near the University of Minnesota campus.
FBI Says Extremist Threatened Trump, Obama, Clinton In Online PostsA man charged in an alleged conspiracy to kidnap Michigan's governor also made threatening online comments about President Donald Trump, former presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton and other prominent political figures, an FBI agent said in a federal court filing.
Sheriff: Woman In Custody After Stabbing 2 In Beltrami Co.Authorities in Beltrami County say a woman is in custody after stabbing two people Tuesday afternoon.
Why Some COVID Test Results Take Longer To Return Than Others Some people are reporting a long wait for their COVID-19 test results.
What's At Stake In Minnesota's Legislator Races: Balance Of PowerState legislators determine laws on issues like gun control, legalizing marijuana, COVID-19 response, how much you pay for taxes, and more. This year, all 201 members of the legislature are on the ballot.
Community Organizations Ask City Leaders To Be Included In Plan To Stop Violence In North MinneapolisThere's a stalemate between community organizations and the Minneapolis City Council about how to combat violence in north Minneapolis.
Republican U.S. Senate Candidate Jason Lewis Discharged And 'Feeling Well' After Emergency SurgeryJason Lewis, Minnesota's Republican U.S. Senate candidate, has been discharged from the hospital and is reportedly doing well after having emergency surgery Monday.
Minnesota United Player Tests Positive For COVID, But Wednesday's Game To Go OnA Minnesota United player has tested positive for COVID-19, the club announced on Wednesday.

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Where Do Our Halloween Traditions Come From? Good QuestionWhile we may celebrate Halloween differently this year, many traditions remain (2:21). WCCO 4 News at 10 – Oct. 28, 2020
City Pages Shutting Down, Effectively Ending Era Of Alternative WeekliesThe paper that gave people the pulse of the local arts and music scene is no more, Jeff Wagner reports (1:43). WCCO 4 News at 10 – Oct. 28, 2020
As COVID Cases Rise, St. Olaf College Campus Holds Steady By Limiting Spread From Asymptomatic StudentsState health leaders say our COVID outbreak is like a strengthening winter storm, Jennifer Mayerle reports (). WCCO 4 News at 10 – Oct. 28, 2020
How Local Races Could Impact The Balance Of Power In MinnesotaWhile all eyes are on the presidential election, some of the most important issues will be determined by state lawmakers, Esme Murphy reports. (2:04) WCCO 4 News At 6 - Oct. 28, 2020
Community Organizations Ask City Leaders For Plan To Stop Violence In North MinneapolisCommunity groups say they were never invited to be part of the conversation with the Minneapolis City Council about about how to combat violence in North Minneapolis, Reg Chapman reports (2:08) WCCO 4 News At 6 - Oct. 28, 2020
Some COVID Tests Delivering Faster Results Than OthersNew facilities across Minnesota say they’re supposed to provide COVID-19 results in less than 48 hours. However, some people report their results took up to a week to come in. Kate Raddatz reports (2:02) WCCO 4 News At 6 - Oct. 28, 2020