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FBI Issues First-Of-Its-Kind Domestic Terror Alert; Focus On 'Lone Wolf' OffendersThe U.S. Department of Homeland Security sent out a bulletin Wednesday, warning that domestic violent extremists may be "emboldened by the breach of the U.S. Capitol Building to target elected officials and government facilities.”
SPAM Museum In Austin Draws Visitors From All Over The WorldA couple hours south of the Twin Cities you’ll come across the city of Austin, which some also refer to as “The City of Spam.”
GameStop And The Stock Market: What's Going On?A mass of amateur internet investors is buying GameStop stock, causing its stock price to soar. It’s led to big gains for them -- and bigger losses for the hedge funds.
Amid Pandemic, House DFL And Unions Announce Meatpacking Safety BillMinnesota House Democrats teamed up with meatpacking workers on Wednesday to announce legislation that would protect individuals who work at statewide meatpacking and food processing plants amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Missing 89-Year-Old Man Who Suffers From Alzheimer's Found SafeThe Inver Grove Heights Police Department says an 89-year-old man suffering from Alzheimer’s disease was found safe Wednesday evening after going missing for several hours.
Everything You Need To Know Before Filing Your Income Taxes This YearThis year the IRS will start accepting tax returns in mid-February. But there are a few changes this year that you should know about.
Wisconsin To Join Minority Of States With No Mask Mandate Despite Warnings From Health OfficialsWisconsin will become one of only 10 states without statewide mask mandates when the Assembly votes Thursday to overturn Gov. Tony Evers' order, but masks will still be required in some of its largest cities thanks to local ordinances.
Hennepin County's Outsized Prosecution Of Juveniles Of Color Spurs New Youth CouncilThere's a new effort to keep teens out of jail in Hennepin County.
Some Question Whether Hike On Cigarette, Vape Taxes Would Be Reliable Revenue SourceThe governor's office estimates adding a tax on vaping devices in addition to the vapor and nicotine solutions will generate $12 million over the two-year budget.
Roy Wilkins Auditorium Prepped To Provide COVID VaccinationsIn the coming days, 15,000 Minnesota educators and childcare workers are expected to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in St. Paul.  
St. Paul Police: Three Teens Shot On City's East SideThree teenagers are hospitalized after a shooting Wednesday on St. Paul’s east side.
More Than 226,000 Seniors Were In This Week's COVID Vaccine LotteryThousands of seniors in Minnesota will find out Wednesday if they've been selected in this week's COVID-19 vaccine lottery.

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Source: Kayla McBride Is Coming To The Minnesota Lynx"After talking to coach Reeve and the Minnesota staff, I know this is where I'm going to take my game to the next level," Kayla McBride said.
Torrey Pines Profile: Municipal Beauty Is Home For Farmers Insurance OpenPerched along the magnificent Pacific coast, Torrey Pines' North and South Courses challenge the PGA Tour's best in a serene setting.
Peterson Makes 32 Saves, Kings Hold On To Beat Wild 2-1Carl Grundstrom and Kurtis MacDermid scored, and Calvin Peterson made 32 saves as the Los Angeles Kings held on to beat the Minnesota Wild 2-1 on Tuesday night.
Source: Twins, Andrelton Simmons Agree To $10.5M DealThe Minnesota Twins and slick-fielding shortstop Andrelton Simmons agreed Tuesday night to a $10.5 million, one-year contract, according to a person familiar with the negotiations.The Minnesota Twins and slick-fielding shortstop Andrelton Simmons agreed Tuesday night to a $10.5 million, one-year contract, according to a person familiar with the negotiations.
Minnesota Lawmakers To Reintroduce Sports Betting BillTwo lawmakers announced plans Tuesday to introduce legislation that would put Minnesota among 25 other states and Washington, D.C., in legalizing sports betting, hoping to change their luck after attempts in past years failed to gain support.
Packers' Rodgers Clarifies Remarks About Future: ‘I Don’t Think There’s Any Reason Why I Wouldn’t Be Back’All-Pro quarterback Aaron Rodgers says “I don’t think there’s any reason why I wouldn’t be back” with the Green Bay Packers next season.

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