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Ratings Decline: Nielson Says 103.4 Million Watch Super Bowl
An estimated 103.4 million people watched the Philadelphia Eagles beat the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl, the smallest audience for television's biggest yearly event since 2009.
5-Foot-Long Boa Constrictor on the Loose in Princeton
Keep an eye out for a 5-foot-long boa constrictor on the loose in the east-central Minnesota town of Princeton.
The Latest: Hunt For Armed Man Continues; Police ID Woman
The Latest on the search for a man who is suspected in an armed robbery and homicide in Mendota Heights (all times local):
Minnesota Bridge Collapse Still Reverberates Ten Years Later
Ten years ago Tuesday, a bridge on a busy freeway collapsed without warning into the Mississippi River in downtown Minneapolis during the evening rush hour.
Electric Car Owners in Minnesota to Face $75 Annual Fee
Minnesota owners of vehicles powered exclusively by electricity will face a new fee next year. The annual $75 surcharge approved by state lawmakers takes effect in January.
Update: 14-Year-Old Princeton Boy Shot, Killed Identified
Authorities have identified a 14-year-old boy who was shot and killed at his Princeton home. Police say they were called to the home on Monday afternoon.
Minnesota Legislature Votes to Nix Sunday Liquor Sales Ban
The Minnesota Legislature has voted to repeal the state's long-standing ban on Sunday liquor sales.
MSP To Get Automated Security Lanes
Automated security lanes are expected to make it easier for air travelers at the Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport.
Demolisher Of Home Of Wetterling Killer Gives Lot To City
A real estate developer who demolished the Minnesota home of the man who killed Jacob Wettlerling in 1989 says he is giving the vacant lot to the city of Annandale.
GOP’s Rise Powers Move To Block Local Sick Leave, Wage Hikes
Minnesota Republicans are moving to block cities from implementing their own sick leave policies or minimum wage hikes.
Thousands Protest Immigration Restrictions In Minneapolis
Thousands gathered in downtown Minneapolis to protest President Donald Trump's immigration restrictions.
Prosecutors: Case Of Officer Who Shot Castile Should Proceed
Prosecutors argue the case against a Minnesota police officer who shot and killed Philando Castile during a July traffic stop should proceed, saying several facts must be resolved by a jury at trial.