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UPDATE: All-Clear After University of St. Thomas Evacuates Building
The University of St. Thomas has issued an all-clear after receiving a bomb threat that forced the evacuation of a building on its St. Paul, Minnesota, campus.
Police Say Two People Were Seriously Hurt When An SUV Crashes
Police say two people were seriously injured when a sport utility vehicle crashed into an Eagan Starbucks.
Elizabeth Warren Campaigns for a 2nd Day in Minnesota
Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren is campaigning for a second day in Minnesota, the home turf of fellow candidate Amy Klobuchar and a state that President Donald Trump hopes to flip into the GOP column next year.
Loss in Trust Account Tax Case Could Cost Minnesota Millions
A court defeat in a case over the way Minnesota taxed trust accounts in other states could end up costing about $130 million this budget cycle.
Omar Calls on Colleagues to Visit Israel
Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota is calling on other members of Congress to visit Israel while she and Rep. Rashida Tlaib cannot.
New Guidelines for Rebates Follow Scrutiny of Fallon Award
Minnesota's film and TV production incentive program is changing after questions were raised about past awards, including $267,000 for Jimmy Fallon's "Tonight Show."
Target Launching Private Label in Fight for Grocery Share
Target is launching a private food label next month as it attempts to energize grocery sales.
Long Lines At Minneapolis Airport Due to Security Changes
Changes in the configuration of security checkpoint lanes at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport led to long wait times for some travelers.
Child Dies After Gun Discharged Inside Minnesota Home
Authorities in southern Minnesota say a child died after being shot inside a home.
Strong Winds Overturn Sailboat in Minnesota; Two Men Safe
Two men are safe after strong winds overturned their sailboat on a lake in west-central Minnesota.