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Rep.-Elect Omar Appears At Amazon Warehouse Worker RallyAmazon's fulfillment center in Shakopee employs more than 1,500 workers. The online retail giant estimates that about 30 percent of the workers there are East African.
Gov. Walker Signs 3 Bills Into Law Weakening Incoming Governor's PowersSince his loss to Tony Evers in November, Scott Walker has not said what he plans to do. His term ends on Jan. 7.
Finalist For U President Meets With Board Of Regents For Final InterviewThe board also passed a 10 percent tuition hike for incoming, out-of-state students, and voted in favor of a one-year contract extension for coach P.J. Fleck.
Como Park Conservatory Opens For BreakfastWhile the weather outside can be frightful, the air inside the Como Park Conservatory is warm and filled with the smell of flowers.
Facebook Bug Exposed 6.8 Million Users' Private PicsPhotos that users started to upload to Facebook but did not post could have been accessed, along with images posted to Facebook Stories.
Indoor Skydiving Center To Open At Ridgedale This MonthSkydiving is coming to Ridgedale, but there won’t be planes or parachutes.
'Wealth Well Done': Man Earns $250K Net Worth In 6 YearsA Shoreview man who spent a decade in jail has spent the past six years since working towards financial freedom.
Minnesota Researchers Record 'First Ever' Video Footage Of Wolves Hunting Freshwater FishResearchers in northern Minnesota say they’ve recorded the “first ever” video footage of wolves eating freshwater fish.
Rolling Stone Calls First Avenue, Electric Fetus Among America's Best Music VenuesThe Minneapolis club became a national attraction with the advent of Prince and the Revolution, and after being prominently featured in the 1984 film "Purple Rain."
Dutch Suspect In Sarah Papenheim's Murder To Be Detained For 2 WeeksA suspect in the slaying of a 21-year-old American psychology student and musician living in this Dutch port city appeared before a judge Friday and was ordered detained for a further two weeks while investigations continue.
New Report Finds Serious Health Violations In Minnesota's Professional Sports VenuesA review of Food Safety and Inspection reports found significant health violations at each of Minnesota's professional sports venues for football, basketball, hockey and baseball.
Gov.-Elect Walz Skips Meeting With Trump, Draws Criticism From RepublicansMinnesota Gov.-elect Tim Walz declined an invitation to join a bipartisan group of new governors in a meeting with President Donald Trump, drawing some criticism from Republicans.