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Charges: Self-Described ‘Boogaloo Bois’ Member Fired AK-47-Style Weapon Into MPD’s 3rd Precinct During May 28 Unrest
A 26-year-old Texas man and self-described “Boogaloo Bois” member is accused of traveling to Minneapolis and firing an AK-47-style weapon into Minneapolis Police Department’s 3rd Precinct during the May 28 unrest.
1 In 3 Inmates At Stillwater Prison Currently Have COVID, Figures Show
Additionally, 55 staffers at Stillwater have tested positive. Of those, 12 are back at work, and another two were hospitalized.
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Minnesota Weather: Heavy Snow, 'Thunder-Sleet,' Rain All Fall On Minnesota
Minnesota is experiencing a smorgasbord of weather Thursday: from heavy snow in north-central Minnesota to thunder-sleet in the Twin Cities.
October Snowstorm Catches Homeowners, Plow Drivers Off Guard
A winter storm left many scrambling to find their winter clean-up gear. Even those who specialize in snow removal were caught off guard.
Minnesota Weather: Another Half Foot Of Snow Possible For Northern, Central Minnesota
Another dollop of snow is headed for central and northern Minnesota.
Minnesota Weather: Record-Setting Snow Storm Drops Several Inches Across State
It’s official: Tuesday’s storm is the largest early season storm ever recorded in Minnesota, going back about 140 years.
Mixed Feelings As Tuesday Snow Kicks Off Winter Weather Season Ahead Of Schedule
Just a week and a half ago, temperatures in the Twin Cities were in the 80s. On Tuesday, a winter storm in October was bringing several inches of snow to parts of Minnesota.
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Fantasy Football Start Or Sit Week 7: Chargers QB Justin Herbert 'Going To Light Up' Jaguars Defense Says CBS Sports' Jamey Eisenberg
Chargers rookie Justin Herbert has had 23 or more fantasy points in three of his four starts thus far. Jamey Eisenberg expects that to continue this weekend.
49ers-Patriots Preview: Can San Francisco Continue Momentum Against New England Team Looking To Rebound?
The 49ers are coming off a solid win, while the Patriots are coming off an ugly loss. Both teams need a win to keep pace in tough divisions.
#2 Alabama Has Won 13 Straight Against Tennessee, CBS' Brian Jones Doesn't See That Streak Breaking Saturday
The Tide head to Knoxville to play the Volunteers this weekend, riding a long winning streak in the rivalry, one that Jones believes will continue.
Legendary Vikings Linebacker Matt Blair Dies At 70
The Vikings drafted him out of Iowa State in 1974 and he played all 12 of his NFL seasons in Minnesota.
List Of Restaurants, Brewpubs With Heated Patios
As fall creeps into winter and the COVID-19 pandemic continues to hold steady in Minnesota, many restaurants are retrofitting their offerings to make sure they can still serve you your favorite meals over the cold months.
Minneapolis Ranks 11th In Nation For Coffee; St. Paul Is 41st
The survey looked at everything from the number of coffee shops in the city to the average price for a pack of coffee. Seattle came out on top.
Mike's Mix: 5 Adult Ice Cream Drinks
This week in Mike's Mix, Mike Augustyniak is sharing a batch of adult ice cream shakes that Burger Dive has available this weekend.
Bellecour, 508 Bar Announce Permanent Closures
There have been a string of restaurant closures that have been announced in the past few months, some among the most acclaimed restaurants in the metro area.
Quarantine Cooking: Your Essential Nonstick Cookware Guide
Step up your quarantine cooking with this guide to nonstick cookware.
How To: 6 Easy Steps To Make Homemade Soft Pretzels
Learn how to make your own homemade soft pretzels with these six easy steps!
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What Is 'COVID Fatigue' And How Do We Overcome It? Good Question
It's been more than 200 days since Minnesota schools first closed due to COVID. As winter approaches and cases rise, health officials warn the effects of the pandemic are wearing on us.
How Are Absentee Ballots Counted?
The Minnesota Secretary of State is reporting that more than 900,000 Minnesotans have already cast their ballots.
DEA Officials Report A Surge Of Counterfeit Pills In Minnesota
Federal officials say counterfeit pills are flooding the illegal drug market in Minnesota.
Sheriff: 3 Men Overdose On Counterfeit Opioid Pills In Mankato Apt., 1 Dies
Officials in Blue Earth County say three men overdosed on counterfeit opioid pills in a Mankato apartment. One of those men did not survive.