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Dodgers, Twins Agree on Maeda, Graterol Deal
The Minnesota Twins have agreed to send bullpen prospect Brusdar Graterol to the Los Angeles Dodgers for starting pitcher Kenta Maeda.
Snowmobile Driver Rescued from Lake in Northern Minnesota
A man has been rescued after his snowmobile broke through thin ice on a lake in northern Minnesota.
HealthPartners Union Votes in Favor of Strike
Nurses, physician assistants and other caregivers in the union representing 1,800 HealthPartners workers have voted overwhelmingly to strike if a contract agreement cannot be reached before Feb. 19.
Court: Posting Patient’s Photo on Social Media Not Illegal
The Minnesota Court of Appeals says a nurse's aide at senior care facility didn't violate the law when she posted a photo of a patient with Alzheimer's disease on social media.
Minnesota Democratic Lawmakers To Push for Legal Marijuana
Some top Minnesota Democratic lawmakers plan to make a major push in the 2020 legislative session to legalize recreational marijuana.
Minnesota Officer Charged With Sexually Touching Students
Prosecutors have charged a Minnesota police officer with sexually touching female students while hugging them at a suburban high school where he was a school resource officer.
Regulators Approve Environmental Review for Line 3 Pipeline
Minnesota utility regulators have approved a revised environmental review for a proposed $2.6 billion pipeline.
Chiefs Rally to Beat 49ers 31-20 in Super Bowl LIV
Kansas City Chiefs rally to beat San Francisco 49ers 31-20 in Super Bowl, franchise's first championship in 50 years.
Groundhog Punxsutawney Phil Declares Early Spring a ‘Certainty’
Pennsylvania's most famous groundhog has revealed an early spring is on the way.
Susan Kent Defeats Tom Bakk as Senate DFL Leader
Minnesota state Sen. Susan Kent defeated longtime Sen. Tom Bakk in an election for the leadership of the DFL Senate caucus.