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1-Year-Old Girl Injured in St. Paul Shooting
St. Paul police say a 1-year-old girl was injured when someone fired gunshots at a vehicle in which she was riding.
Minnesota Hospitalizations Climb as Virus Cases Trend Upward
Minnesota health officials say nearly 500 Minnesotans are currently hospitalized due to the coronavirus as case numbers continue to rise despite the state’s vaccination campaign.
10-Year-Old Drives Family Minivan to Get Cheerios
A 10-year-old Stillwater boy who led police on a chase in his parents' minivan says he was headed to the store to buy Cheerios.
Minnesota Debuts Vaccine Outreach Campaign Aimed at Workers
Gov. Tim Walz on Tuesday launched an outreach campaign aimed at vaccinating Minnesota workers in frontline industries in the coming weeks.
3M Will Pay Bemidji $12.5 Million to Help Treat Water
The city of Bemidji has reached a settlement with 3M to help pay for treating contamination in its water supply.
Minnesota Man Sentenced to 2 Years for Role in Fargo Protest
A Moorhead, Minnesota man has been sentenced to two years in federal prison for participating in violent protests in downtown Fargo after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Death of ‘Miracle on Ice’ Standout Pavelich Ruled Suicide
A Minnesota medical examiner says last month's death of "Miracle on Ice" Olympic hockey player Mark Pavelich was ruled a suicide.
Minnesota to Host FEMA Vaccination Site at State Fairgrounds
Gov. Tim Walz and the Federal Emergency Management Agency announced plans for a mass vaccination site at the state fairgrounds in St. Paul next week that will have the capacity to vaccinate 100,000 Minnesotans over eight weeks.
One Person Dies in Fire at Duluth Apartment Building
Authorities say one person has died in an apartment fire in Duluth, the same building where another individual died in a fire last year.
2 Men Hurt in St. Paul Scrap Yard Explosion
Two men were hurt when a gas tank in a St. Paul scrap yard exploded.