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Judge orders halt to Minnesota's online voter registration

A Ramsey County judge has ordered an online voter registration system shut down immediately, ruling that Secretary of State Mark Ritchie did not have the authority to set it up without legislative approval.

Rain and wind causing headaches for Minnesota homeowners

The sump pumps are roaring throughout the state as Minnesotans try to prevent all the rainwater from flowing into their basements. Some areas of the state have already seen a month’s worth of rain in the last few days.

Chase a tornado with BringMeTheNews' Joe Nelson

Joe is a weather geek, and he chased some storms in Kansas over the weekend. Check out the amazing footage he shot along the way.

Little Falls homeowner does not take stand in his murder trial

Byron Smith, the man on trial for shooting and killing two teenagers that broke into his Little Falls home on Thanksgiving Day in 2012, has waived his right to testify and the defense rested its case Monday. Attorneys will present their closing arguments Tuesday.

Want to see Paul McCartney at Target Field? Tickets sold out in 20 minutes

Tickets to Paul McCartney’s Minneapolis stop on his “Out There” tour Aug. 2 sold out within 20 minutes of going on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. Monday.

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Ant's rally not enough to save Timberwolves

Edwards' third-quarter explosion came too late in a loss to the Pelicans.

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Victims of property manager's sexual harassment to get $736,000

It's part of a consent decree announced by the Department of Justice Monday.

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St. Paul's Irish pub The Liffey reveals it won't reopen

The beloved pub has been closed since the start of the pandemic.

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Proctor football investigation: Case goes to county attorney

The office will review the evidence and consider possible criminal charges.

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'I’m heading home!': CA reporter announces return to WCCO

Kirsten Mitchell interned at WCCO years ago. Now, she's coming back as a reporter.

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As part of price gouging settlement, farm to donate 1M eggs to food nonprofits

The egg producer will donate more than 1 million eggs to nonprofits fighting hunger.

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Sheriff: Witnesses saw plane 'performing aerial maneuvers' before fatal crash

The single-engine aircraft went down in northern Wisconsin, killing a brother and sister.

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Community rallies around Minnetonka HS dancer battling brain tumor

A fundraiser raised more than $44,000 of its $60,000 goal in the first two days.

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In rare move, MDH takes control of Minneapolis nursing home

The temporary receivership is to ensure resident safety.

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Lawmaker deletes post encouraging donations to family charged in Capitol riot

Sen. Mark Koran, in his Facebook post, described them as "a good family!"

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