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Minnesota State Fair Holds 1-Day Admission Ticket Flash Sale For 2021 FairThe COVID-19 pandemic prompted the cancellation of the 2020 Minnesota State Fair, but there are still hopes that the Great Minnesota Get-Together will return next year.
Reality Check: How Well Do You Know Pat Kessler?Pat Kessler is known for his tough questions. He's covered Minnesota politics for decades, but now he's retiring. So, we wanted to do a Reality Check on his career with WCCO.
No More 'Minnesota Nice': New COVID Ad Campaign Aims To Get In Your FaceMinnesota's major hospitals and healthcare systems are stepping up their urgency ahead of Thanksgiving this week with a messaging campaign that declares "There's no more time to be 'Minnesota Nice.'"
North Dakota Starts Free Rapid COVID Testing For TeachersNorth Dakota health officials are rolling out free rapid COVID-19 testing for teachers, staff and school administrators this week as part of a pilot project designed to slow the virus' spread by identifying and quickly isolating people who may be asymptomatic.
Minnesota Weather: Wintry Mix Threats To Glaze Northern, Central Minnesota Roads With IceA wintry mix of snow, rain and freezing rain is falling Tuesday morning on central and northern Minnesota.
Northern Minnesota Man Killed After Truck Collides With Semi Near Lake ParkA 75-year-old northern Minnesota man died Monday afternoon after his truck collided with a semi.
Man Dies After Being Found With Gunshot Wound In North MinneapolisA man is dead following a shooting early Tuesday morning in north Minneapolis.
Immunization Expert Patsy Stinchfield Answers All Your Good Questions On COVID VaccinesImmunization expert Patsy Stinchfield answers all your Good Questions about COVID-19 vaccines.
Northfield Artist Paints Fire-Ravaged Archer House River Inn To Benefit Damaged BusinessesPeople are coming together after a devastating fire damaged a southern Minnesota landmark
COVID Dial Back Has Minnesotans Flocking To Wisconsin Bars And RestaurantsStaff at several Hudosn-area restaurants said the rush of visitors who live west of the St. Croix River was immediate after the new restrictions started over the weekend in Minnesota. Bars and restaurants are closed to dine-in service until Dec. 18.
Costly Controversy Ignites Over Sprinklers In Minnesota Wedding BarnsOnce used by Minnesota dairy farmers, barns are now big business in the wedding world. But WCCO found hundreds of the old buildings are at the center of a costly controversy.
Minnesota Weather: Winter Weather Advisory Issued For SE Minn., Western Wis.A storm system is heading into Minnesota late Monday and early Tuesday, bringing with it rain, freezing rain, and a potential for shovelable snow.

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