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'This Is A Test For Minnesota': Protesters Outside Governor's Mansion Call For Justice In Derek Chauvin Trial
Families who have experienced police violence helped lead a protest Saturday outside Gov. Tim Walz’s residence in St. Paul.
Police Seek Suspect In Fatal Shooting Near George Floyd Memorial
One person is dead after a shooting near the George Floyd memorial in south Minneapolis.
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With Warmer Temperatures And Hope For Spring, Minnesotans Flock To Parks, Trails
Warmer temperatures mean outside fun for many this weekend. People are flocking to parks, trails, and garden shops, hoping to get a jump start on spring.
DNR: Early 'Fish Kill' On Minnesota Lakes Isn't Cause For Alarm
Warmer temperatures this week will be accompanied with ice melt, which can bring an unsightly and smelly situation to some Minnesota lakes.
Minnesota Weather: Perfect Snow Melt Will Minimize Flooding
As high temperatures are above freezing and the lows are below freezing, it's a perfect slow snow melt scenario, and one of the few reasons flooding this spring won't be as bad as the last.
Plow Bunyan: MnDOT Announces 'Name A Snowplow' Contest Winners
Eight Minnesota Department of Transportation snowplows bear new monikers thanks to the inaugural Name a Snowplow contest.
Minnesotans Enjoy First Day Of Meteorological Spring
Monday is the first day of meteorological spring and it doesn't feel like it, but the rest of this week will be a different story.
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Coyotes Rally For 5-2 Win Over Wild
Tyler Pitlick scored twice, Conor Garland had a goal and an assist, and the Arizona Coyotes rallied to beat the Minnesota Wild 5-2 Saturday night.
Gopher Basketball Falls Against Rutgers, 77-70 In OT
Jacob Young had 23 points, seven assists and five rebounds to help Rutgers hold off Minnesota for a 77-70 victory Saturday in overtime to finish the regular season.
Wild Defeat Coyotes 5-1, Kahkonen Stops 24 Shots
Mats Zuccarello had a goal and an assist, Kaapo Kahkonen stopped 24 shots and the Minnesota Wild jumped on the Arizona Coyotes early in a 5-1 victory Friday night.
Prentiss Perkins, Former All-State Basketball Player, Reflects On Life That Could Have Been
At Minneapolis Patrick Henry, Prentiss Perkins put up numbers in the 1980s, and gang members watching would offer him money to do it.
Top 7 Minnesota Baking And Recipe Influencers
Along with the help of Maggie LaMaack, group director for influencer and brand partnerships at Fast Horse, WCCO's Jason DeRusha has compiled a list of the top seven baking and recipe influencers based in Minnesota.
America's Least Favorite Pizza Topping Is ... Not Pineapple
A new survey finds, not terribly surprisingly, that America's #1 favorite pizza topping is pepperoni, followed closely behind by sausage.
Mike's Mix: Sooki & Mimi's 'Condessa'
Mike Augustyniak recently went to Sooki & Mimi, a new restaurant opened by James Beard Award-winner Ann Kim, to learn their "Condessa" Recipe.
For National Bagel Day, Jason DeRusha Lists His Top Bagel Spots In Minnesota
Craving a bagel on National Bagel Day?
Esquire Magazine Names The 1 Minnesota Restaurant That America ‘Can’t Afford To Lose’ Amid COVID
On Wednesday, Gov. Tim Walz is expected to announce a set of relaxed regulations for indoor dining in Minnesota. That being said, the restaurant industry has been devastated by the coronavirus pandemic.
List Of Restaurants Ready To Step In To Cook Your Thanksgiving Meal This Year
Thanksgiving is a few weeks away, and with COVID-19 cases still on the rise, it's likely most are going to opt for a smaller-scale Thanksgiving dinner in a much smaller gathering.
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Why Are We So Fascinated With The Royal Family?
This Sunday, we'll hear from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as they open up to Oprah about why they left royal life.
What's The Risk Of Getting COVID On A Plane?
MSP airport expects more traffic this month for spring break than it's seen since the pandemic started.
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