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State Patrol Investigating Fatal Hit-And-Run Crash In St. CloudThe State Patrol is investigating a fatal hit-and-run crash Wednesday morning involving a cyclist.
Night Of Violence In Minneapolis Leaves 1 Stabbed, 8 ShotThree shootings in north Minneapolis overnight left eight people with gunshot wounds. Meanwhile, a man was also stabbed on the city’s south side.
CDC Releases COVID Halloween GuidelinesAs COVID-19 cases spike in states surrounding Minnesota, the CDC has released new guideline on how people should celebrate Halloween.
Everything You Need To Know About Early Voting In MinnesotaEarly voting in Minnesota started on September 18 and that’s brought in many Good Questions.
'Violence Interrupters' Hit Minneapolis Streets To Keep The PeaceThe city of Minneapolis is sending members of the community into the streets to prevent violence that is plaguing the city.
Dudley Riggs, Improv Comedy Pioneer And Brave New Workshop Founder, Dies At 88The Twin Cities theater community is remembering a founding father of improvisational comedy.
Chicago Places Wisconsin Residents On Quarantine List AgainChicago officials Tuesday told visitors from Wisconsin for the second time that they must remain in quarantine for two weeks if they visit the city.
Fmr. St. Thomas Student Pleads Guilty To Fake Bomb Threat Against University, Admits He Failed To Complete HomeworkA former University of St. Thomas student has pleaded guilty to calling in a bomb threat last year to get out of class. 
2 In Critical Condition After Motorcycle Loses Control, Strikes Vehicle In Lino LakesTwo people are in critical condition after a motorcycle collided with a vehicle in Lino Lakes Tuesday evening. 
Teen Suffers Gunshot Wound To The Face In St. PaulSt. Paul police say a teenage boy was shot in the face Tuesday night in the North of Maryland neighborhood.
Kevin Jackson Pleads Guilty To Murdering Boy, 4, In Itasca County HomeKevin Jackson, 29, pleaded guilty last week in an Itasca County court to the murder of a 4-year-old boy in 2019.
Minnesota Corporations Help Bridge Digital Divide, Create 'Technology Pods' Across Twin CitiesThe YMCA is receiving support from businesses like Xcel, Securion and US Bank, which are all helping to fund technology pods at 19 Twin Cities locations.

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