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Tim Walz Takes Oath as Minnesota’s 41st Governor
Tim Walz, a former Mankato West High School teacher and football coach, was sworn in today as Minnesota's 41st governor.
State Says 380 People Died in Traffic Crashes in 2018
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety says more people lost their lives on state roadways in 2018 compared to the year before.
Santa Tracker Will Still Run Despite Government Shutdown
Hundreds of volunteers are ready to answer the phones when children from around the world call to ask when Santa will bring presents to their house — despite the federal government shutdown.
Government Shutdown Likely to Extend Past Christmas
The federal government was expected to remain partially shut down past Christmas
Ford Recalls 847,000 F-Series Trucks Over Fire Risk
Ford is recalling more than 874,000 F-Series pickup trucks with engine block heaters in the U.S. and Canada because they can catch fire.
Caribou Coffee Reports Customer Data Breach at 265 Stores
The parent company of Caribou Coffee and Bruegger's Bagels says hackers gained access to customer information at 265 of its stores, mostly in Minnesota.
Golden Ball Swiped from Como Park Conservatory Is Returned
A golden ball swiped from the top of the conservatory at St. Paul's Como Park has been returned -- gift wrapped in giant Christmas stocking.
Brooks, Dayton Making Concert Announcement in Twin Cities
Garth Brooks and Gov. Mark Dayton are making a concert announcement after the governor asked the country superstar to schedule another performance when tickets for his May 4th concert in Minneapolis sold out in less than an hour.
CBS News Show to Feature Disappearance of Central Minnesota Native
The 1995 disappearance of Iowa news anchor Jodi Huisentruit will be featured on an episode of CBS' ``48 Hours'' airing this weekend.
Vikings Fire OC DeFilippo After Another Flat Performance
The Minnesota Vikings have fired offensive coordinator John DeFilippo
Minnesota Mom Works to Find Help for Son’s Rare Illness
A Minneapolis mother says finding help for her 4-year-old son whose left arm was paralyzed by a rare illness is a full-time job.
Nation Bids Goodbye to Bush with High Praise, Cannons, Humor
The nation bid goodbye to George H.W. Bush with high praise, cannon salutes and gentle humor Wednesday, celebrating the life of the Texan who embraced a lifetime of service.