Caleb Larson of Fairmont is among the one-tenth of one percent of students who earn perfect scores on their ACT exam. He's got a year of high school left but most of his classes are already college level. The two computers he built? He'll get around to mastering programming on them, but right now they're for playing games.
Abortion-rights protestors clash with driver in downtown Duluth
Police say they've cleared the driver of any wrong-doing.
Report: Hundreds of Delta flights for holiday weekend don't have pilots
It could be a brutal travel weekend due to major staffing issues at Delta.
Animal Humane Society plans trailblazing new campus
Take a look inside the plans for a first-of-its-kind adoption center and animal care campus.
Minnesota reports 'concerning level' of syphilis cases
The Minnesota Department of Health says most of the cases are being discovered in the northern part of the state.
Airport police intercept 5,600 fentanyl pills headed to St. Cloud
Three were arrested following a police raid in St. Cloud.
Kris Lindahl files trademark for 'iconic' arms out pose
"The pose has become iconic," Lindahl said.
Man shot inside Oakdale movie theater expected to survive
The 23-year-old victim underwent surgery and is recovering at the hospital.
Driver falls asleep, crashes through restaurant wall near Duluth
Alcohol was not a factor in the crash.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Wednesday, June 29
One of the newly reported deaths was a person aged 15-19 from Yellow Medicine County.
Congratulations! Cretin-Derham Hall student earns perfect ACT score
High school junior Joseph Vanderwall is among just 700 students nation-wide to score a 36 on the college entrance exam last year. WCCO reports less than one-tenth of a percent of students ace the placement test. The average score in Minnesota was 22.9.
Surgery goes 'very well' for injured high school hockey player
Surgeons worked to fuse fractured vertebrae in Jack Jablonski's neck Wednesday. It remains unclear whether the Benilde-St. Margaret sophomore will regain motor control lost after he suffered the injury during a high school hockey game.
Prior Lake motorcyclist to tackle 49 states in 10 days
For a week-and-a-half Dan Larson's leaving his troubles behind him. Or perhaps beneath him. Larson will save the receipts he collects on his 8,800 mile journey through every state but Hawaii. He plans to be one of the select few to complete the ride and have it authenticated by the motorcycle group known as the Iron Butt Association.
Immigrants protest Wells Fargo investments in for-profit detention
Somalis and Latinos rallied in Minneapolis to protest the bank's donations to anti-immigrant lawmakers and investments in for-profit prisons that detain immigrants.
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