Freezing drizzle will change to snow overnight across most of Minnesota. The Twin Cities will likely see an inch or two of accumulation overnight, with another inch or two possible on Monday.
Walz's $2.7B infrastructure plan includes $940M for climate projects
Projects will help Minnesota prevent or adapt to climate change and mitigate its impacts, the governor says.
'Just took this': MN mayor tweeting others' pics says it's for 'entertainment'
The mayor told Bring Me The News his goal on Twitter is to spread joy.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Wednesday, January 19
More than 44,000 new cases reported from the holiday weekend.
Bagel shop closes amid vax-or-test mandate, posts: 'All are welcome here'
Other Twin Cities restaurants have also temporarily closed this week.
Spielman: 'It was constantly like a moving target all the time'
Spielman said drafting and rostering players who fit the scheme was difficult with all of the offensive coordinators Mike Zimmer had.
Suspect fled police, found hiding in old camper in scrap yard
Police say they were trying to pull him over for driving without any lights.
Part Wolf in Minneapolis to close at the end of January
The Nomad World Pub became Part Wolf in 2019.
Omicron fading in Minnesota? Wastewater detection provides hope
Wastewater samples can help predict a rise or fall in COVID-19 cases.
COVID: Minneapolis, St. Paul vaccine-or-test rule for dining now in effect
Proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test are required.
Man crawls to safety before train hits his stuck wheelchair
The incident happened Tuesday on Highway 169.
Sizing up Vikings coaching candidates we know about so far
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St. Paul: Man called police to report he killed his wife
Police are also investigating a separate fatal shooting in the Frogtown neighborhood.
More than six inches of snow possible across northern Minnesota Saturday night through Sunday
According to the National Weather Service in the Twin Cities, the storm system will bring heavy snow to parts of Minnesota this weekend. Light snow is possible over parts of southern Minnesota. Another round of accumulating snowfall is possible Tuesday and Wednesday.
Frost possible Tuesday night through Friday morning
KARE 11 reports parts of central and northern Minnesota will see low temperatures close to the freezing mark.
Back-to-back snow storms on track to move through Minnesota this week
According to the National Weather Service in the Twin Cities, parts of northern and central Minnesota will see light to moderate snow Sunday. A much stronger storm is expected to move through the Midwest Tuesday and Wednesday, with significant snowfall possible.
Heavy snow in the Northland through Monday morning
Once again, no snow for the metro area.
Winter storm watch issued for southeastern Minnesota
Forecasters are predicting snowfall accumulations of 2 to 4 inches for parts of southeastern Minnesota by Wednesday. There is a chance of snow showers in the Twin Cities.
History is not boring ... just mix in alcohol
The Minnesota Historical Society is using booze to lure visitors to historical sites. Welcome to History Happy Hour — a new fundraising event that the society will host each month this summer to benefit preservation efforts. Tickets are $20 and come with two drinks.
Winter is coming: Temps drop, rain turns to snow
The Twin Cities could get nearly an inch of rain Thursday as temperatures drop during the day, leaving the possibility for a little slush and snow, but no accumulation. It was already snowing early Thursday in western parts of the state as the cold front moves in. Areas in the northern part of the state could get 2-3 inches of snow on the grass, forecasters say.
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