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8 Hurt, Some Critically, in July 4 Minneapolis Park Shooting
Eight people were wounded, some critically, in a shooting in a Minneapolis park during unofficial Fourth of July celebrations.
Minnesota Mom Charged With Killing Son; Body Found in Trunk
A mother was charged Monday in the death of her 6-year-old son whose body was found in the trunk of her bloodied car in a Minneapolis suburb last week.
Activists Seek Change After 4 Kids Handcuffed in Maplewood
Activists in Minnesota are calling for changes in the way officers deal with children after police in the St. Paul suburb of Maplewood handcuffed four juveniles as they investigated an incident for which the kids were later cleared.
COVID Survey: Hospitality Industry Loses 249 Revenue Days
A new survey of hospitality businesses in Minnesota shows just how hard the industry was hit by the coronavirus pandemic and the difficult journey toward economic recovery.
Shooting Death Marks First Homicide of Year in Minneapolis
Minneapolis police say a man was shot and killed in the city’s first homicide of the year.
St. Paul Teachers, Schools Enter Talks For New Contact
The St. Paul school district and its teacher's union are discussing a new contract for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic cut short a three-day teacher strike in March 2020.
Squirrels Force St. Paul Park to Scale Back Holiday Lights
Hungry squirrels are forcing a downtown St. Paul park to scale back its Christmas lights display.
Surgery Delays Grow at Hospitals Dealing With COVID-19
Minnesota health care systems say surgery delays are growing as coronavirus patients crowd hospitals.
Cousins Throws 2 TDs, Vikings Bounce Back to Beat Chargers
The Minnesota Vikings bounced back after a trying couple of weeks to defeat the Los Angeles Chargers 27-20 Sunday.
Frustrated Vikings Lament Inability to Win the Close Ones
The Minnesota Vikings keep losing close games.