Workers in St. Paul are nearly finished removing loose marble fragments from the Capitol Building. West Central Tribune says the protective scaffolding used to shield visitors from exterior debris will soon be removed. Capitol officials say visitors are at no safety risk.
KAT sets a franchise record, leaves early in loss to Wizards
Towns fell on his back in the final minutes of a loss in Washington.
Man shot by police in Forest Lake dies from injuries
It was one of two police shootings in the Twin Cities on the same day, both of which proved fatal.
'Everyone should really be masking up' in public, Malcolm says
The health commissioner said residents have gotten "a little bit lax" with some protective measures.
Byron Buxton believes he's the best player in baseball
"Nobody [does] the things that I do. I know that."
Edibles coming to Minnesota's medical marijuana program
MDH also announced it will not add anxiety as qualifying condition.
Police reveal new details about 'coordinated' Best Buy thefts
A large group stole thousands of dollars in merchandise from three Twin Cities Best Buy stores.
New tenant revealed for former Libertine spot in Uptown
The space will combine playful art offerings with a restaurant.
What are Minnesota's chances of a white Christmas this year?
The Twin Cities averages a white Christmas about 3 out of every 4 years.
'You will not live much longer b***': Rep. Omar shares threatening voicemail
Omar's office received the call hours after Rep. Boebert posted her video about the MN congresswoman.
ESPN's 'Booger' makes fun of Wild fans' record cup snake
He's the same guy who thought the "Minneapolis Miracle" was bad for the Vikings.
Authorities remove another round of items from OccupyMN protesters
Hennepin County officials say they discovered the items when crews tried to clear snow from the area. Despite having their tents confiscated last week and now this latest seizure -- Occupy Minnesota protesters say they won’t be going anywhere.
Occupy Duluth protesters must remove tents by Sunday
The camp set up by activists at the Civic Center near city hall for more than a month must be removed by the end of the weekend. Police wouldn't say what action would be taken if the tents aren't removed by the deadline.
Loose moose turns heads in southern Minnesota
A moose, far astray from its north woods Minnesota habitat, has been plodding around the southern part of the state. It was recently spotted near Winthrop, roughly 80 miles southwest of the Twin Cities, the Mankato Free Press reports. “Generally, it’s young bulls who do this," a DNR biologist said. "They just have a lot of wander in them.”
Study finds chemicals from household soaps in Minnesota waters
A case study of Minnesota waters finds wastewater treatment plants are failing to remove chemicals from soaps and other household products. The chemicals are being released into the state's rivers and lakes. Scientists say at least one of them - triclosan - can be harmful to humans if it gets into drinking water.
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