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North Dakota And Minnesota Red River Diversion Opponents Agree To Settle ComplaintsNorth Dakota and Minnesota residents who have been fighting plans for a Red River diversion channel around the Fargo-Moorhead area have agreed to a settlement with the public group managing the project.
Week Before Election, Minneapolis Opens Two More Early Voting SitesMinneapolis opened two additional early voting sites Tuesday, a week ahead of the Nov. 3 election.
Important Minnesota High Court Race Sits On Back Of BallotMinnesota voters may be fixated on the presidential race or other high-profile races, but there's an important race on the back of the ballot.
'The Fair On 4,' MOA's New Restaurant & Entertainment Concept, To Open In Early DecemberA new restaurant and entertainment concept is opening on level four of the Mall of America this December.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: 6th Free Saliva Testing Site Coming To St. CloudThe next free COVID-19 saliva testing site in Minnesota is opening Wednesday in St.Cloud.
WCCO's 1-On-1 With Democratic VP Candidate Kamala Harris: 'Minnesota Has So Much At Stake'WCCO's Christiane Cordero on Monday had a chance to talk with Democratic Vice President candidate Senator Kamala Harris, who says Minnesota has "much at stake in the outcome of this election."
Stimulus Package Update: Why Testing Language Is Holding Up ChecksNegotiations on a second stimulus package are stalled, and language on testing and tracing is at least partly to blame.
Amazon Seeking To Hire 1,000 Seasonal Workers In MinnesotaAmazon is hiring seasonal workers for the holidays, including 1,000 positions in Minnesota.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: COVID-19 Cases Rise By 2,178; 15 Additional Deaths ReportedMinnesota health officials on Tuesday reported 2,178 new COVID-19 cases and 15 more deaths.
Pete Buttigieg Warns U.S. Facing 'Crisis' In New Book, 'Trust': Confidence In Country At 'Emergency Levels'"The former presidential candidate discusses the 2020 Presidential Election, what a Joe Biden administration would look like and his new Simon & Schuster audiobook "Trust."
State Fire Marshal: Fire Sprinklers Could Have Saved Lives Of 5 Who Died In Mpls. High-Rise FireA report from the state fire marshal says fire sprinklers could have saved the lives of five people who died in a Minneapolis high-rise fire last year.
Blowin' In The Wind: Lost Interviews Hold Insights Into Bob Dylan's WorkFor nearly half a century, they were blowin' in the wind: lost interviews that contained surprising new insights about celebrated singer-songwriter Bob Dylan.