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Is the MN Measles Outbreak Over?

MINNEAPOLIS- The Minnesota Department of Health announced the measles outbreak that affected Minnesota has finally ended. Starting in March, the outbreak had around 79 confirmed...
Kaine, Woody

AntiFa Terror Petition Nearly Triples Threshold for White House Consideration

WASHINGTON D.C. -- A petition to designate the group AntiFa as a domestic terrorist group has circled the country and has significant support. The petition,...

Despite Major Highway Projects, MNDOT Says Parking is Bigger Issue for Fairgoers

ST. PAUL, Minn. - With the State Fair underway on Thursday, fair goers will have their struggles making their way to and from St....
Minneapolis, Police, Department

Idea of Community Policing Will be Tough to Achieve in Minneapolis

MINNEAPOLIS -- Many social justice advocates subscribe to the popular belief that police officers should live in the communities they serve. Last night, Minneapolis...

Protesters Shut Down Pipeline Construction in Wisconsin

SUPERIOR, Wis. - Construction on a section of the Enbridge Line 3 pipeline was shut down for about two hours outside of Superior by...

Emmer Wants You To Be Able To Fill Out Your Taxes On a Post...

RAMSEY, Minn. - Rep. Tom Emmer is ready for tax reform, saying the tax code is “too complicated” and needs to be simplified. On...
Hodges, Betsy, Crime, United Cities,

Hodges says Calling for Crackdown on Crime is Fear Driven

MINNEAPOLIS -- In a ballroom Wednesday night, more than 100 community leaders and mayors around the country gathered in Minneapolis to kick-off the Cities...

Minneapolis Approves Millions More for Nicollet Mall Project

MINNEAPOLIS - Yet another change in the project to redevelop the Nicollet Mall has resulted in an additional $2.1 million being approved by a...

Minneapolis Mayor Ordered by Judge to Release Overdue Budget

MINNEAPOLIS- Betsy Hodges has been ordered by Judge Mary Vasaly to produce a budget by Friday or show why she needs more time. The court...

City Council Candidate Gets 2nd DWI of Summer

MOUNDS VIEW, Minn. - A woman who self-declared as a candidate for the Minneapolis City Council earlier this year has been charged with her...