Emaciated Great Danes rescued after being found living in minivan
2 years since George Floyd's killing, Biden signs exec order on policing
The signing comes on the second anniversary of Floyd's murder by police in south Minneapolis.
Mayo Clinic, CDC address concerns over monkeypox in the US
The CDC does not currently think there is a significant threat to the general public.
Charges: Man killed brother, left body in homemade camper for 7 months
Minnesota forecast: Hot, humid and severe storm chances
Minnesota's biggest Thai festival to be hosted in front of State Capitol
The Thai New Year, or Songkran, is one of the most celebrated holidays in Thailand.
Reservation holders at Gavin Kaysen's new restaurant asked to rebook after mishap
Mara opens next month in the Four Seasons Hotel Minneapolis.
Man dies after being shot in the head in St. Cloud
Investigators believe the suspects fled the scene in a vehicle.
Uvalde school massacre: MN Democrats call for action, Republicans prayers
The tragedy in Texas has sparked different reactions from Minnesota's congressional delegation.
St. Cloud man fires shot at police in hours-long standoff, surrenders
Shawn Lawrence Jacobs, 37, was arrested just before 4 p.m. Tuesday after he surrendered.
Mystery donor is stuffing red kettles with stacks of big bills
The Salvation Army says someone is going around stuffing neatly folded stacks of crisp $100 bills in kettles all over the east metro.
34-year Kmart shopper protests store closing
Marge Hames, 74, says she's been coming back to the same local Kmart for 34 years and says the employees there are like family. That store is one of 15 that Sears Holding plans to close in February. "So I'm here. I'll be here tomorrow, and the day after, until it closes."
Artisan coffee takes off in Twin Cities
The latest trend in coffee is on the opposite end of the spectrum from the grab-and-go cup of joe. The Line takes a look at the new breed of coffeeshops and roasters serving customers who are looking for top quality, careful craftsmanship and sustainable ingredients.
Saint Grand strikes again, donates $10K in one day
The Salvation Army suspects in all that 18 donations made since December - each totaling $1,000, most offered with thinly wrapped bills- are connected. The charity group calls the anonymous giver Saint Grand, and he outdid even himself Wednesday, making ten stops throughout the metro, placing his donations into red kettles.
Feds say bike infrastructure investment pays off
After a four-year, $100 million pilot project in four communities, including the Twin Cities, the U.S. Department of Transportation said in a report that not only did biking increase by nearly 50 percent over the three-year life of the four projects, but there were 7,700 fewer tons of carbon dioxide emitted.
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