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Minnesota Weather: Air Quality Alert Set To Expire Tuesday Afternoon
While smoke and haze from Canadian wildfires will still linger over Minnesota on Tuesday, the air quality alert is slated to expire in the afternoon.
None Hurt After Minneapolis Crews Battle 5 Fires Over 8-Hour Period
Minneapolis firefighters battled five fires in the city between Monday evening and early Tuesday morning.
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Why Are Weeds Growing So Well In The Drought?
As our lawns continue to turn a deeper tan color, some green is sprouting up in our yards and gardens. Weeds seem to have no problem powering through this dry hot summer.
Minnesota Weather: 'Unprecedented' Statewide Air Quality Alert Continues
Minnesota will stay under an alert for “unprecedented” poor air quality for at least another day, as Canadian wildfire smoke continues to pour into the state.
Minnesota Weather: Dangerous, Smoky Air Could Linger Longer Than Our Current Alert
Three fires have the potential to spread into Minnesota, especially with the wind blowing from the north.
Minnesota Weather: Air Quality Alert Extended Due To ‘Unprecedented’ Conditions
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has extended and upgraded the air quality alert in much of the state due to "unprecedented" conditions caused by wildfire smoke.
The Do's And Don'ts As Air Quality Alert Casts Pall Over Minnesota
We've already seen the air quality index at the second-most dangerous level. We will see it on and off that level through Tuesday, so there are some activities you may want to avoid.
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Mack Motzko Honored At Celebration Of Life In St. Cloud: 'The World Did Not Wait To Love You'
A celebration of life is planned Monday for Mack Motzko, the 20-year-old son of Gophers men’s hockey coach Bob Motzko.
Vikings Place 4 Players, Including Kirk Cousins, On Reserve/COVID-19 List
Along with Cousins, passers Kellen Mond and Nate Stanley and wide receiver Myron Mitchell were put on the list Monday.
Baseball Report: Three Recently Traded Cubs Homer In Debut
This week's Baseball Report looks at the three former Cubs who each hit a home run in their respective debuts and the Mets' failure to sign their 2021 first-round pick.
Minnesota Olympians Help Boost Interest In Their Sports At Home
“It’s been amazing. It’s been very stressful to be perfectly honest, not being able to be there was frustrating,” said Paul Smith, Regan Smith's dad.
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Jason Weaver Previews The Season Four Finale Of Showtime's 'The Chi'
The actor previews the season four finale of "The Chi" on Showtime and the power that this series has on audiences around the country.
'I'm Super Proud Of Where Our Sport Has Grown Over The Years': Marie McCool On Athletes Unlimited Lacrosse
The women's lacrosse star talks with us about the new professional league and the most exciting thing about playing on national TV.
'It Explores Things We Don't Talk About Often': Zakiya Dalila Harris On Novel 'The Other Black Girl'
The first time author discusses her New York Times bestseller about two Black women who meet against the white backdrop of New York City book publishing.
'It Is About Family & Finding The Fun In Aging': Writer & Producer Sam Strauss On Showtime's 'The End'
A new series from Showtime explores the end of a life, starting again in your 80's and finding the beauty in life.
WATCH: Stephen King Reads From His New Book ‘Billy Summers’
Watch King narrate a special selection from the book in the video above and don’t miss 'Billy Summers,' out on August 3 wherever books are sold.
'I Got Chills': Curtiss Cook On Season 4 Of Showtime's 'The Chi'
The actor talks with us about playing Douda on "The Chi" and the impact of a show that tackles important issues like police brutality, community relationships and love.
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Why Are Federal Tax Refunds Delayed? And What Can You Do About It?
We're two months since the deadline for filing taxes and still millions of Americans are waiting on their money. Even people who filed six months ago.
How Can People Limit Water Use At Home? Do Small Changes Make A Difference?
Many Minnesotans have been asked to limit or stop watering lawns amidst our intense drought. But that's not the only place where conservation can happen.
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As cities ask homeowners to conserve water, it's bringing up questions about how we get our water in the first place.
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Minnesota Human Rights Dept. Settles With Businesses In Sexual Harassment Cases
The Minnesota Department of Human Rights announced settlements Tuesday in sexual harassment cases with three businesses, including the group that runs the state's Renaissance Fair.