St. Joseph, Minnesota, resident Bobby Vee has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease and is retiring from performing. The Fargo-born Vee got his start in rock-n-roll in 1959, filling in for Buddy Holly at a Moorhead gig after Holly was killed in a plane crash.
Target unveils deals for 2-day 'Cyber Monday' event
The promotion kicks off Sunday, November 28.
Edina police warn of recent burglary trend targeting garages and vehicles
The Edina Police Department is increasing patrols in affected neighborhoods in response to the trend.
Paynesville man dies 6 months after being electrocuted in tree-cutting accident
Brad Kneisl was 31 years old.
Charges: Man shot Uber Eats driver making a delivery in Cottage Grove
Otis Donnell Shipp was charged with second-degree attempted murder after turning himself in on Wednesday.
Waterfront hotel in Duluth sustains damage in kitchen fire
Authorities estimate the damage at around $75,000.
Large groups of thieves target 2 Twin Cities Best Buys on Black Friday
It bears similarities to the flash-mob style thefts seen recently in California.
Timberwolves' winning streak snapped at five games
The Wolves' bid for their longest winning streak since 2014 came up short.
Teen arrested over fatal shooting of 5-year-old boy in Brooklyn Park
Police say the teen was filming a social media video while handling a gun.
President Biden coming to Minnesota to promote Bipartisan Infrastructure Law
Tuesday's trip follows passage of the $1.2 trillion Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal.
Kaprizov gets into the holiday spirit to rout Jets
Kirill Kaprizov's four points led the Wild to a 7-1 victory.
Coller: Cure to Vikings' disrupted season lies in an explosive passing game
The Vikings go to San Francisco knowing that a win would be a huge boost to their playoff hopes.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Friday, November 26
The latest from MDH.
Norwegian royalty draw gawkers during Mayo Clinic tour
King Harald and Queen Sonja were treated ... well, like royalty during their Rochester visit. Other stops on their tour include Duluth and the Twin Cities before they depart Minnesota on Tuesday.
Mayo Clinic researchers getting closer to predicting Alzheimer's
Researchers working with mice have identified biological red flags that show who's more prone to developing the brain disease. The Minnesota Alzheimer's Association is hopeful but cautions "People aren't mice."
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