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Air Search Launched In Scandia For Missing 12-Year-Old
Crews are searching for a missing 12-year-old child in Scandia Tuesday night.
Soon After Minneapolis Police Reopen Uptown Intersection, Protesters Return Barricades
Minneapolis is struggling to deal with an intersection that threatens to become the next 38th and Chicago.
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Minnesota Farmers Worry As Drought Continues To Dry Out Crops
The lack of a good rain-soaking for more than two weeks is making Minnesota farmers worried. It’s a problem that farmer Dave Marquardt is starting to see happen in certain parts of his own cornfields.
How Is Drought Measured?
You don't have to look far to see or even feel that much of Minnesota is in a drought. Some areas of the state are struggling more than others.
Minnesota Weather: Back To The 90s In Twin Cities Sunday
A high of 93 is expected in the metro, with plenty of sunshine.
Minnesota Weather: Saturday To Hit 87 Degrees In Metro, Temperatures Back Up To 90+ On Sunday
Overnight, temperatures will drop into the 50s and 60s and there will be a light breeze.
Minnesota Weather: This Is The Hottest Start To June On Record In Twin Cities
It's official: This is the hottest start of any June on record in the Twin Cities.
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Vikings Sign 3rd-Round Pick QB Kellen Mond
The Minnesota Vikings announced Tuesday that its first third-round pick, quarterback Kellen Mond, has been officially signed to the squad.
Vikings’ Harrison Smith, Adam Thielen Say They Aren’t Vaccinated For COVID-19
Two of the Minnesota Vikings' star players said Tuesday they haven't received the COVID-19 vaccine, despite team efforts to educate players on the shot and its widespread availability in the state.
Fmr. NFL Player Thomas Burke Of Wisconsin Charged With Sexually Assaulting 7-Year-Old
A former NFL player and University of Wisconsin football star is accused of repeatedly sexually assaulting a young child.
Baseball Report: Phillies' Walk-Off Wins
This week's Baseball Report looks at the Phillies' walk-off streak, the Blue Jays' power surge and some of the specifics surrounding MLB's crackdown on pitchers for substance use.
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'I Look To Trevor Noah Like A Mentor': Josh Johnson On First Comedy Special 'Hashtag'
The stand-up comedian and writer for The Daily Show with Trevor Noah previews his first comedy special on Comedy Central.
Keto-Friendly Cereal Recipe To Start Your Day From 'Dirty, Lazy Keto'
If you’re on a keto diet, chances are one of the things you miss most is a simple bowl of cereal. Yes, cereal!
'Secret Celebrity Renovation' And 'The Greatest #AtHome Videos' Come To CBS This Summer
The summer premiere dates for two CBS reality series were announced earlier today.
'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert' Returns To Ed Sullivan Theater With Fully Vaccinated Audience June 14
Stephen Colbert is returning to the iconic Ed Sullivan Theater with a full audience on June 14. 🎉🎉🎉
Jon Stewart To Appear On 'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert' As First In-Studio Guest Of 2021
'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert' has announced that Jon Stewart will be Stephen Colbert’s first in-studio guest on Monday, June 14th when the show returns to the Ed Sullivan Theater.
'It Is Exploring What It Means To Be Beautiful': Eileen Galindo On Paramount+'s 'Why Women Kill'
Season two of "Why Women Kill" is streaming now on Paramount+ and actor Eileen Galindo shares why this series will remind people of "Desperate Housewives."
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When Will The Pandemic End?
With vaccination rates ticking up, and COVID-19 cases down, people are starting to ask: When will the pandemic end?
Is Air Conditioning Activating Our Allergies?
Our air conditioning units are working overtime this week as we try to stay cool amid a heat wave. For some, it's led to sneezing fits and stuffy noses while inside.
Why Does The Heat Make Us Feel Crummy?
It has been a toasty start to summer. We've broken five temperature records so far this June.
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'Treat Everybody The Way You Want To Be Treated': 6th Graders Look Back On Viral Video
Some northern Minnesota students are looking back on the week they became internet sensations.
‘I Was The One Running’: 6th Grader With Cerebral Palsy Makes A Football Play In Detroit Lakes, Video Goes Viral
This story will make you smile: What started as a middle school recess football game is now a viral video on social media.