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5 Injured In Dinkytown ShootingPolice are investigating a Friday night shooting in Dinkytown which left five people injured.
List Of Juneteenth Events In The Twin CitiesCommunities around the Twin Cities are hosting a variety of events on Saturday to celebrate Juneteenth.
Nostalgia And Flavor: Saturday Dumpling Club Takes Off In MinneapolisUntil last month, Bian was making dumplings at his condo, selling out every week in less than an hour.
Investigators ID Person Whose Body Parts Were Found In NE Mpls. As Adam Richard JohnsonPolice say they have determined the identity of the person whose body parts were found in northeast Minneapolis Thursday morning, and additional parts were found once police began searching.
Charges To Be Dismissed Against Truck Driver Who Drove Into George Floyd ProtestThe tanker truck driver who rolled into the middle of a George Floyd protest on the Interstate 35W Bridge in Minneapolis will have his charges dropped if he meets the conditions of a restorative justice program.
Twins' Triple, 2 Bases-Loaded Walks In 10th Beat TexasMinnesota, at the bottom of the AL Central standings, has won consecutive games for only the second time this month.
Severe Blood Shortage Nationwide Impacting Minnesota HospitalsAt one of the Red Cross donation sites in Bloomington, they say some of their most common donors are frontline healthcare workers, who are seeing this shortage firsthand.
Metro Transit Hiring Drivers For Expected Rush Of Returning PassengersMetro Transit says it needs 70 operators, so it's holding two hiring events next week.
Heat-Related Illnesses Rise Due To Extreme TemperaturesAs a Registered Nurse and Death Investigator for the Midwest Medical Examiner’s Office, Paula Johns is troubled after responding to five deaths in the north metro this week, where the heat was likely a factor.
New Financial Literacy App Aims To Close Racial Wealth GapA new program launching on Juneteenth is taking a different approach to help one of Minnesota's biggest problems -- the disparity gap between races.
Man Suspected Of Stealing At Least 63 Golf Carts In 7 StatesAn FBI affidavit filed in North Dakota this week says the man is suspected of stealing at least 63 carts in at least seven states, including Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin in recent years.
Consortium, Loan Announced For $2.75B Fargo Flood ProjectRepublican Gov. Doug Burgum said the project, when completed in 2027, would protect some $20 billion in property.
Back Together: Buffalo Bonds In Aftermath Of Mass Shooting, COVID PandemicBuffalo Days is going strong at Sturges Park along Lake Buffalo, featuring rides, games and food. It's especially exciting given the recent past residents have had to live through.
Bobby Brookins Charged, Accused Of Driving Drunk When He Struck, Killed 16-Year-Old In North Mpls.A 34-year-old Minneapolis man has been charged with killing a teenager in a hit-and-run in north Minneapolis on Tuesday evening.
Man Dies While Working Inside Water Tower In MinnetonkaA man died on Friday afternoon while conducting routine service on the Woodland Water Tower, the Minnetonka Fire Department said.

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Fowles' 170th Career Double-Double Leads Lynx Past WingsKayla McBride scored a season-high 22 points, Sylvia Fowles had 14 points and 12 rebounds for her 170th career double-double, and the Minnesota Lynx beat the Dallas Wings 85-73 on Thursday night.
Timberwolves' Anthony Edwards Makes NBA All-Rookie First TeamA day after falling short in Rookie of the Year voting, Minnesota Timberwolves guard Anthony Edwards was named to the 2021 NBA All-Rookie First Team.
Vikings Will Bring Back Fans For 2021 Training Camp; Some Practices Will Cost To AttendStarting July 28, the Vikings will hold 14 practices that fans can attend.
Nelson Cruz, Bailey Ober Lift Twins Over Mariners, 7-2Cruz’s second-deck shot to left field in the fifth inning made it 6-0 and helped snap the Twins’ three-game losing streak.
Despite Stellar Season, Anthony Edwards Finishes 2nd In Rookie Of The Year VotingDespite three straight Rookie of the Month awards to close out the season, Minnesota Timberwolves guard Anthony Edwards fell short in Rookie of the Year voting.
Danielle Hunter Says He's 100% Recovered From Neck InjuryNeck injuries are no joke for an NFL player, and Danielle Hunter's was serious enough to sideline him for the entire 2020 season.
Kevin Williams, Co-Member Of The 'Williams Wall', To Be Inducted Into Vikings' Ring Of HonorFormer defensive tackle Kevin Williams will be joining other Vikings greats in the Ring of Honor.
Vikings Coach Mike Zimmer Says Unvaccinated Players Will Have 'A Hard Time'A day after three Minnesota Vikings players said they are not vaccinated against COVID-19, head coach Mike Zimmer said the team had a meeting with the NFL's chief medical officer to discuss the shot.
Mariners Pounce On Twins Early, Cruise To 10-0 VictorySeattle starter Chris Flexen tossed eight sharp innings while striking out a career-high eight, and was backed by an early offensive outburst that plated five runs in the first two innings.

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Vacation destinations help travelers unplug, literallyMiraval Berkshires is an all-inclusive resort that promises to awaken your senses if you can put your phone ​to sleep.
Pilot program tests new fee to replace gas taxTaxes on gasoline have long helped pay for our roadways. As millions of Americans pile into their cars this summer, they'll be riding on roads largely funded by the gasoline tax. But what happens when more vehicles go electric and drive right by the pump? Brook Silva-Braga looks at the solutions now being taken for a test drive.
HBO Max subscribers respond to intern's mistake with funny storiesEven Monica Lewinsky, who had an affair with former President Bill Clinton when she was a White House intern, offered words of encouragement.
From 2002: Fashion designer Ralph RucciIn July 2002 designer Ralph Rucci was the first American in over 60 years to be invited to show his own couture collection in Paris. In a report that aired on "Sunday Morning" October 27, 2002, Rucci talked with correspondent Martha Teichner about his inspirations, from Cristóbal Balenciaga to Asian spiritualism, and the obsessive perfectionism that runs through his workroom. Teichner also talked with New York Times fashion critic Cathy Horyn, and with Joan Kaner, fashion director of Neiman Marcus, about Rucci's impact.
Hardliner Raisi set to become Iran’s new presidentCBS News Senior Foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports in Tehran as Iranians selected the country’s next president amid tensions with the West.

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