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Family IDs man killed at gas station; authorities search for suspect

The man who was shot and killed at an Arden Hills gas station Monday has been identified as a longtime executive at Boston Scientific and the co-founder of a Minneapolis bar, reports say. Authorities have also identified a suspect in connection with the shooting and are looking for the public's help to find him.

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7 Minnesota counties cleared for emergency haying, grazing

Farmers in seven Minnesota counties are experiencing a severe shortage in hay for their livestock. That follows excessive rain earlier this summer, which led to a 40-percent drop in their available feed. The federal Farm Service Agency is allowing those farmers to use set-aside acreage for haying and grazing. The counties where farms have been approved for emergency haying and grazing include Carver, Kittson, Le Sueur, McLeod, Rock, Roseau and Sibley.

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Twins minor league affiliate completes ridiculous no-hitter

The Rochester Red Wings, the Triple-A affiliate of the Minnesota Twins, completed a wild no-hitter last night. According to Yahoo Sports, the no-hitter started July 24th in Durham, North Carolina. Bad weather suspended the game until last night, where they picked up action in the fourth inning – 634 miles away in Rochester, New York. Trevor May started the no-hitter 18 days ago, and Logan Darnell finished the final six innings of it last night.

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Hawks bury Timberwolves in 3-point barrage

Without D'Angelo Russell, the Wolves couldn't keep up with the Hawks.

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Kirk Ciarocca returning to Gophers as offensive coordinator

The architect of the 2019 offense will look to revive the Gophers.

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Klobuchar says Congress should pass law to protect abortion rights

Her comments came as the Supreme Court appears poised to weaken — or gut — Roe v. Wade

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Police ask for public's help finding Mpls. woman missing a week

The 36-year-old hasn't been seen or heard from recently.

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Hello, winter: List of the coldest wind chills in MN Monday morning

The state went from a relatively mild start of the season, to downright frigid wind chills.


1 CWD-positive deer in Brainerd Lakes area, so surveillance will continue

The CWD monitoring measures were supposed to end after this year.

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MN program will train, hire 1,000 nursing assistants for long-term care

The facilities are facing a severe staffing shortage.

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Minnesota State Fair reestablishes a police department

The fair had been contracting with the Ramsey County Sheriff's Office.

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Minnetonka to consider removing middle school mask requirement

The school board has been impressed by vaccination rates among middle school students.

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Friday winter storm could hit Twin Cities, southern Minnesota

Meteorologist Sven Sundgaard is already monitoring the forecast.

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Teen student arrested for threats toward MN middle school

The Sauk Rapids middle school and high school were closed Monday.


Rally for trans child outed during Hastings school board race draws big crowd

Hastings has been in the spotlight since the child's family was featured in a CNN story.