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2 Killed, 2 Wounded in Separate Homicides in Minneapolis
Two people have died and two others have been wounded in two separate homicides in south Minneapolis.
Minnesota Budget Swings from $1.3B Deficit to $1.6B Surplus
State economists say Minnesota's budget outlook has swung from a $1.3 billion deficit to a $1.6 billion surplus.
Costco to Raise Starting Hourly Wage to $16; End Hazard Pay
Costco will increase its starting wage to $16 an hour, surpassing most of its main competitors at a time when efforts to raise the minimum wage are gaining traction in the U.S.
70% of Older Minnesotans to be Vaccinated Before Next Phase
Gov. Tim Walz says at least 70% of Minnesotans age 65 and older will get at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine before the state moves on to the next phase of vaccinations.
Twins SS Prospect Royce Lewis Out for Season with Torn ACL
Minnesota Twins shortstop Royce Lewis has a torn ACL in his right knee that will sideline him for the 2021 season.
Minnesota Supreme Court Hands Victory to PolyMet Copper Mine
The Minnesota Supreme Court has reversed an appeals court's rejection of a critical air emissions permit for the planned PolyMet copper-nickel mine and sent the case back for further proceedings.
Appeals Court to Weigh 3rd-Degree Murder Charge for Chauvin
The Minnesota Court of Appeals has scheduled oral arguments for March 1 on prosecutors' request to reinstate a third-degree murder charge against the fired Minneapolis police officer charged in George Floyd's death.
Twins Lay Plans to Host Fans at Target Field Despite Virus
While the Minnesota Twins are working out in Florida, the club back in Minneapolis is laying plans to bring twins back to Target Field this season.
Dominion Voting Systems Sues ‘MyPillow Guy’ for $1.3 Billion
Dominion Voting Systems has filed a $1.3 billion defamation lawsuit against the founder of Minnesota-based MyPillow.
Blaine Police Shoot, Kill Man After Chase
Police in a Minneapolis suburb shot and killed a man following what they said was a theft and carjacking chase.
New Legislation Would Protect Drivers Who Hit Protestors
When massive demonstrations against racial injustice erupted across the nation last summer, protesters often swarmed onto roads or highways to draw attention to their cause.
Sheriff: Device Thrown at Line 3 Protest Was Not Explosive
Nearby residents who had been evacuated were allowed to return to their homes by Friday evening.
Minnesota Passes Milestone of 1M Coronavirus Vaccine Doses
Minnesotans have now received more than 1 million doses of coronavirus vaccine.
Senate Vote to Reopen Schools Lays Out Partisan Divide
The Minnesota Senate has approved a renewed Republican attempt to rescind Democratic Gov. Tim Walz's emergency authority to close schools amid the coronavirus pandemic.