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Target: Data breach affected 70 million; emails, phone numbers compromised

Target Corp. announced Friday that a recent data breach affected far more holiday-season shoppers than the 40 million who had been previously disclosed. The Minnesota-based retailer also said more personal information may have been compromised than previously believed, including emails and home addresses.

State Rep. Daudt briefly detained in Montana gun incident

Minnesota House Minority Leader Kurt Daudt, R-Crown, was involved in a gun incident in Montana last fall when he went with a friend to buy an antique vehicle. Daudt said he was caught in the middle of an "unfortunate situation" and did nothing wrong. He was not charged, but was handcuffed and briefly detained.

Dunkin' Donuts planning to move into Twin Cities, Duluth markets

One of the biggest players in the coffee-and-donut world is making a play for Minnesota. Dunkin' Donuts is working to line up investors for 10 franchises in the Twin Cities and as many as five in Duluth.

Metro food news: Just opened and coming soon

2014 is already shaping into a year that will offer some interesting new options for dining out. Some of the top names on the Twin Cities food scene will branch out with new restaurants in the new year.

WCCO meteorologist helps man propose to girlfriend

After a week of forecasts about extreme weather conditions, WCCO meteorologist Chris Schaffer got a chance Thursday to deliver a bit of sunshine to a couple of viewers. During a segment on the newscast Thursday night Schaffer helped a Monticello man named Luke propose to his girlfriend, Ally.

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Wild open road trip with win over Canucks

At 5-1, only the St. Louis Blues (5-0) are off to a better start in the Western Conference than the Wild.

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MN homeowner mistakes large tent for dead moose

They spotted two people on a security camera dragging the "moose" across a driveway.

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What happens if Mpls. public safety question passes? City memo provides answers

The memo was sent to the mayor and council members Tuesday morning.

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COVID-19 hits Minnesota Wild coaching staff

The Wild will be shorthanded for Tuesday night's game in Vancouver.

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Ant takes alpha role after bad loss: 'We need to lock the f*** in'

The Timberwolves' rising star was not happy after Monday's loss to the Pelicans.

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Lakeville football player diagnosed with cancer week before playoffs

The tenth-grader was diagnosed with a form of cancer most commonly found in people aged 65 and older.

University of Minnesota peeping tom suspect

Someone keeps trying to film showering women at U of M

The university has received three reports in the past two weeks.

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John Fluevog Shoes closes its Uptown Minneapolis store

The brand could return to the Twin Cities one day.

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Sidecar — Town Hall's new cocktail lounge — is officially open in Minneapolis

It's the fifth Town Hall location, but the first to focus on cocktails.

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Here's where DFLers stand on Minneapolis' public safety ballot question

The question would create a Department of Public Safety and remove some requirements.

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