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Labor Shortage Prompts Allina Health To Launch EMT Training ProgramAt an Allina Health ambulance base in the north metro, EMT and paramedic teams await their next call for help.
Hundreds Of Veterans Rally In Solidarity At CapitolMore than 500 Veterans from Albert Lea to Duluth packed the St. Paul Armory for a pre-rally lunch.
Kale Added To Annual List Of Fruits And Veggies With Most PesticidesDespite its healthy reputation, Kale joins spinach and strawberries as the top three offenders in an annual list of vegetables and fruits with the most pesticide residue.
Sandbagging & Road Closures As Henderson Battles Spring FloodingThe town of Henderson in southern Minnesota town has around 914 people. Some things never seem to change, like the seasonal flooding.
Police Find Believed 17-Year-Old Driver In Fatal St. Paul Hit & RunThe victim was Taressa Wilson-Snyder, 22. Early Saturday morning around 2:30 a.m., she was found severely injured in the eastbound lanes of Maryland Avenue at Desoto.
Metro Transit Announces Increased Cleaning On LRT, Extra PatrollingMetro Transit is planning to add staff, according to general manager Wes Kooistra. During weekday commutes, four workers will be cleaning light rail cars while they're in service.
St. Paul To End One-Sided Parking Ban Several Days EarlyThe big snow melt-off that the Twin Cities is experiencing has led St. Paul to lift their one-sided parking ban almost two weeks earlier than expected.
Bitter Health Insurance Debate Erupts In Minnesota HouseA bitter, partisan debate erupted on the Minnesota House floor when Republicans tried to bring up a health care reinsurance bill that House Democrats oppose as a giveaway to the insurance industry.
Retiring K9 Officer's 'Last Assignment' Is To Host Dog Adoption EventThe Hennepin County Sheriff's Office says retiring canine officer Jake is hosting a dog adoption event as his "last assignment."
Brit's Pub Remembers 'Friend To Thousands' Freddie MantonMinneapolis' Brit's Pub is paying tribute to its "ambassador" Freddie Manton, who died Tuesday at the age of 90.
What To Know About The Spring EquinoxMarch 20, 2019 marks the spring equinox — the first official day of spring in the Northern Hemisphere.
Trump Declares ISIS Nearly Defeated In Syria Ahead Of Ohio VisitPresident Trump declared that ISIS will be "gone by tonight," an announcement he made on the White House South Lawn ahead of a visit to Ohio.