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Walz to Sign Police Accountability Bill
Governor Tim Walz is expected to sign a police accountability bill into law Thursday.
DNR Cancels 2020 Fish Egg-Taking Over Virus Fear
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has canceled this year's egg-taking for walleye, northern pike, muskies and steelhead because of concerns over spreading the coronavirus.
Trump Orders 3M to Meet FEMA’s Mask Needs
President Donald Trump has ordered Minnesota-based 3M to produce and sell as many medical-grade masks as the Federal Emergency Management Agency says it needs.
Minnesota Parents Charged In Drowning Death of Young Son
Federal prosecutors say a Minnesota couple accused in the drowning death of their 21-month-old son left their two children unsupervised for nearly two hours.
Son of Ex-NFL Player Accused of Murdering Parents Extradited
The son of a former NFL lineman accused of killing his parents in Minnesota has been extradited from Mexico.
Kwik Trip Recalls Parfaits With Trace Tree Nuts
Wisconsin-based Kwik Trip Inc. is recalling some parfaits because they may contain undeclared traces of cashews or almonds.
FDA Issues Blanket Warning About Romaine Lettuce [VIDEO]
Health officials in the U.S. and Canada told people on Tuesday to stop eating romaine lettuce because of a new E. coli outbreak.
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.