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Frosty Concerts, Boot Soccer Tourney At 2019's 'Great Northern'The 10-day festival includes established programs like the St. Paul Winter Carnival, City of Lakes Loppet and U.S. Pond Hockey Championships.
Woman Sentenced For Killing Man On Thanksgiving After Argument Over Crack PipeA 49-year-old Minneapolis woman has been sentenced to over 6 years in prison for murdering a man on Thanksgiving Day after an argument over a crack pipe, according to the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office.
Community Steps Up To Help Woman Whose Dog Was Beaten To DeathA small town northeast of St. Paul is rallying around a woman whose small dog was beaten to death earlier this month.
Higher Speed Limits Coming To 5,000 Miles Of Minnesota HighwayThe Minnesota Department of Transportation is increasing the speed limit on many areas of state highways following the recommendations of a five-year study.
Muslim Group Demands Response After Subway Manager's 'Profanity-Laced Tirade'A Muslim advocacy group is calling for Subway to do more to prevent bias incidents following a confrontation last week between a manager and a Muslim woman at a south metro location.
CBS News Poll: Pelosi Has Edge Over Trump On Budget NegotiationsSeven in 10 Americans don't think the issue of a border wall is worth a government shutdown, which they say is now having a negative impact on the country. But partisans don't want their own side to budge: 65 percent of Republicans say President Trump should refuse a budget unless it includes wall funding, and 69 percent of Democrats think congressional Democrats should keep refusing to fund it.
Blizzard Warning: Strong Winds, Whiteout Conditions Expected In Western MinnesotaA blast of winter weather is expected to rush into western Minnesota Wednesday night, with strong winds whipping up snow, creating extremely hazardous driving conditions.
Twitter Takes Down Account That Helped Spread Lincoln Memorial Confrontation VideoCovington Catholic High School in Kentucky is reopened Wednesday morning after safety concerns shuttered it Tuesday in the wake of a videotaped encounter involving its students, Native American marchers, and black activists in Washington.
'New Expectations': Orono Teacher Helps Third-Graders Transition To New School WCCO This Morning heads to Orono to meet a teacher helping her students transition to a new building.
Blizzard Conditions In Store For Parts Of MinnesotaA Winter Storm Watch originally put into effect for northwest Minnesota has been extended.
Why Do Our Noses Run When It's Cold?Later this week, the temperatures are once again expected to dip below zero. That means there’s a good chance your nose will start dripping when you step outside.
Lourey Wins Democratic Primary For Senate SeatStu Lourey has won a Democratic primary for an open state Senate seat. Lourey eased past Michelle Lee Tuesday evening in unofficial returns for a special election in northern Minnesota.