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The Pioneer Press says a second-floor resident was cooking fries when the oil caught fire. The city's fire marshal says cooking accidents are the number one cause of residential fires.
Teams will still be allowed to practice and train, but no games.
Halloween is looking rather nice.
The 80-year-old woman had been reported missing Friday.
Democrat Tawnja Zahradka challenges three-term Rep. Tom Emmer in the heavily Republican district.
The governor is urging Minnesotans to follow the current safety protocols.
Gov. Walz is imploring people to go and get tested for the virus.
The airline says they've been added to its no-fly list.
The demand came from China's foreign ministry on Monday.
The Walker Art Center won't be holding the popular event in person due to COVID-19.
Northern Fires Pizza shared the news on Facebook.
Seventeen residents, including three children, have been displaced.
The St. Paul Fire Department's Rescue Squad 2 is back on the chopping block, after disagreement between the firefighters union, and the fire chief and Mayor Chris Coleman, the Pioneer Press reports. The mayor sent a letter to the firefighters union on Tuesday saying the specialty rescue squad would be decommissioned for budget reasons. No firefighters will lose their jobs as a result of cutting Rescue Squad 2, the city said.
All 32 residents at the Saint George apartment building made it out safely, but it took more than 40 firefighters to battle the early Friday morning blaze. The cause of the fire is still under investigation. WCCO reports investigators are looking into the 93-year-old building's electrical wiring.
Authorities are now investigating the cause of the fire.
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