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Famous Dave's family brings new BBQ biz to the south metro
The newest Twin Cities location is the first to offer wine slushies on the menu.
Large hail possible with strong storms in eastern MN, WI
Watch the forecast update with meteorologist Sven Sundgaard.
WI governor vows to protect anyone charged with abortion crimes
“You think it’s bad now? The four Republicans that are going after me, one of them we’re going to beat, they are going to make it worse," Evers said.
Sports anchor Hobie Artigue announces FOX9 departure
Artigue has spent the past seven years covering Minnesota sports.
Boy, 7, dies after being pulled from pool in south Minneapolis
The boy was pulled from a pool at a home in south Minneapolis.
Nashville man leaving wedding shot in the face in Minneapolis
He was leaving a wedding when gunfire erupted near the Stone Arch Bridge Saturday night.
Abogados Café in St. Paul is the first law-themed coffee shop in America
The new business is Minnesota's first Latina-owned coffee shop.
Man dies after being run over by his Clydesdale in St. Cloud
The accident happened Sunday afternoon at the St. Cloud MAC.
Whittier neighborhood shooting marks 44th homicide in Minneapolis
The shooting happened around 1:05 p.m. Monday.
Minneapolis Public Schools providing free summer meals, snacks
The summer meal program began Monday.
St. Michael standoff suspect charged, bail set at $10 million
A judge on Monday set the high bail due to "very significant concerns of public safety" regarding Brandon Gardas.
Cost of insuring a home in Minnesota has doubled in a decade
Wind and hail storms have shaken and pelted many a Minnesota home in the last ten years. But they've also contributed to a doubling of the average annual insurance premium paid by homeowners. One agent says modern building materials have not helped because they're actually more vulnerable to hail damage.
Showdown looming over Minnesota health insurance exchange
Gov. Dayton may not be able to create an exchange without legislators on board, and Republicans aren't likely to support a state-run insurance marketplace. The problem is the federal health care overall requires that states show they can run their own exchanges, and if they can't, the federal government will step in to do it for them.
Minnesota gets $4M to review health insurance rates
Minnesota was one of 29 states to receive the funding which will be used to study rates and expenses -- as well as help residents better understand their policies. The study will also create three new jobs.
Dayton starts two health care task forces for insurance exchange, cost cutting
One task force will design Minnesota's version of a health insurance exchange, which is required under the new federal health care law. The other will look more broadly at ways to cut costs and improve quality in the state's health care system.
Mortgage closing costs down 15% in Minnesota
On average it costs $3,559 to close a loan in Minnesota -- down 15 percent from last year, according to the Star Tribune. A new survey by Bankrate.com shows closing costs in Minnesota are the 15th cheapest in the nation, compared to the 17th highest last year.
Global disasters may drive up Minnesota insurance rates
A historic string of natural disasters, such as the tsunami in Japan, has insurers looking carefully at rates to bolster their bottom lines, and ABC 6 News reports that could mean significant increases for homeowners here in Minnesota.
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