Wisconsin Public Service says snow on power lines and trees caused branches and wires to touch power lines, tripping the outages.
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.
Crisp & Green opening 13th store in Twin Cities in July
The fast-casual salad and grains restaurant has exploded onto the food scene.
Twins to host post-game concert with country star at Target Field
Country singer Cole Swindell is expected to perform for up to 75 minutes after the conclusion of the Blue Jays-Twins contest.
Canton Restaurant closes after nearly 40 years in Burnsville
It's the end of an era in the Twin Cities restaurant world.
Luck strikes in Minnesota: lottery winners in Duluth, Grand Marais
The North Shore just so happened to be a lucky place to be this past weekend.
60-year-old woman arrested after firing shots inside Spicer home
SWAT evacuated nearby residents during the incident.
Florida Georgia Line booked to play at the Minnesota State Fair
The band is the second country music act to be booked this year.
Power outage leaves riders stranded at Valleyfair
A loss of power at the Valleyfair amusement park in Shakopee left some visitors stuck in the middle of their rides. An equipment failure caused the outage, which lasted about an hour-and-a-half. Park personnel escorted riders off the Wild Thing. No one was injured.
Storm knocks out power to thousands, downs trees in Twin Cities metro
A day of record-breaking temperatures on Saturday was followed by a late season thunderstorm and damaging high winds overnight. The National Weather Service is still working to confirm whether it was straight-line winds or a rare late-season tornado that knocked out power to about 12,000 customers, the Star Tribune reports.
Storm leaves car accidents and power outages across Minnesota
A winter storm that brought snow, rain and slop tangled up the morning commute and knocked out power to many Minnesotans. The State Patrol is busy responding to accidents, metro buses are running behind schedule and many schools are closed.
Last night's storms cause damage, leave thousands more without power
Just as Xcel was getting on top of Sunday night's outages, more happen.
Storm knocks out power, phone service to Bemidji, Grand Rapids
A line of severe thunderstorms brought winds of more than 70 mph through northern Minnesota Monday night. The storms downed trees and power lines in areas including Bemidji and Grand Rapids, knocking out phone and electrical service and stranding campers at Itasca State Park.
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