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Twin Cities Transit Workers Authorize Super Bowl Strike
Unionized transit workers in the Twin Cities metro have rejected a final contract offer and authorized a strike during Super Bowl festivities in February.
Suspect Arrested After Stabbing At Mall of America [VIDEO]
A 20-year-old suspect is in custody after two men were stabbed at the Mall of America in Minnesota during what police called an ``interrupted theft.''
Minnesota, Poland and Argentina Compete to Host World’s Fair
Minnesota is hoping to host the first World's Fair on U.S. soil in nearly 40 years, but it will have to overcome bids by Poland's third-largest city, Lodz, and the Argentine capital of Buenos Aires when a winner is selected in the coming days.
Bill Would Lower Drinking Age in Wisconsin to 19
The legal drinking age would be only 19 in Wisconsin under a bill circulated by the former president of the Tavern League and two other Republican lawmakers.
Target to Offer Shoppers a Breather After Thanksgiving
Target is offering shoppers a breather after holiday shopping on Thanksgiving. The Minneapolis-based discounter says it will open at 5 p.m. on the day of the turkey feast and then close at midnight local time.
Twins Sano to Undergo Surgery For Leg Injury
Minnesota Twins slugger Miguel Sano will undergo surgery for a persistent leg injury that knocked him out for six weeks during the season.
Mall of America, Others Plan to Close on Thanksgiving
The Mall of America will again push back on early Black Friday sales and close on Thanksgiving.The Bloomington megamall is taking it a step further this year and offering holiday pay on Black Friday for the 1,200 people it directly employs.
Vikings GM: Bridgewater’s Status Still Being Determined
Minnesota Vikings general manager Rick Spielman says the organization has not yet determined whether to activate quarterback Teddy Bridgewater from the physically unable to perform list next week.
Animal Rights Groups Sue Minnesota Fur Farm Over Gray Wolves
Two animal rights groups have filed a lawsuit to stop a fur farm and petting zoo south of Minneapolis from neglecting and killing gray wolves.
Wisconsin Man Locked in Beer Cooler Cited for Drinking
Police have cited a Wisconsin man who decided to start drinking after he got locked inside a convenience store's beer cooler. A Marshfield Kwik Trip manager called police Wednesday morning to report a man had spent the night in the cooler and had drank beer while inside.
Minnesota Deer Opener: More Deer But Mandatory CWD Testing
Minnesota has more deer on the landscape this fall, and that's expected to mean more success for hunters when the state's firearms deer season opens Saturday, Nov. 4.
Dozier Repeats as Twins MVP, Leadership Award Winner
Brian Dozier has been named MVP of the Minnesota Twins for the second straight season.