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Minnesota Hands-Free Phone Bill Takes Giant Leap Forward
The Minnesota Senate has passed a bill to require drivers to use hands-free devices when they want to use their cellphones on the road.
Muller Report: Trump Did Not Collude with Russia
The Justice Department says that Robert Mueller's long investigation did not find evidence that President Donald Trump's campaign "conspired or coordinated" with Russia.
Study: Minnesota Sees Jump in Homelessness Since 2015
A study says Minnesota's homelessness increased by 10 percent between 2015 and 2018, despite employment growing during the same period.
Gophers Knock Off Louisville 86-76 for NCAA Win
The 10th-seeded Gophers won their first NCAA Tournament game in six seasons, rolling past Louisville 86-76 in the opening round of the East Region on Thursday.
Minnesota House Backs Hands-Free Cellphone Rule for Driving
The Minnesota House has approved a bill that would require motorists to use hands-free devices when talking on the phone. Sponsors say the measure will cut down on the rising level of distracted driving and save lives.
Gophers Dancing in Des Moines for NCAA Tournament
The Minnesota Gophers have earned an at-large bid to the 2019 NCAA Men's Basketball tournament with a #10 seed, and will face #7 seed Louisville on Thursday in Des Moines.
Body Found in Minnesota Matches Missing 2-Year-Old Girl
Authorities say a body found in Minnesota matches the description of a 2-year-old girl whose mother was killed in Milwaukee this past week.
Missing Wisconsin Girl May Be in St. Cloud
Milwaukee PD has arrested a man wanted for killing the mother of his child, wounding a 2nd woman and for abducting the toddler -- but there is no sign of the 2-year-old girl.
Recreational Marijuana Killed for this Year in Minnesota
A Minnesota Senate committee voted Monday to kill a bill to legalize recreational marijuana in Minnesota.
Snow Causes Moorhead Church Roof Collapse; No One Hurt
Snow buildup has caused a section of the roof to collapse at a Moorhead church, but no one was hurt.
Multiple Agencies Rush to Analyze Minnesota Flood Risk
Federal and state agencies are using snow tubes, stream gauges and satellites to measure Minnesota's risk of flooding this spring.
Suspect in Closs Abduction Says He’ll Plead Guilty
A Minnesota television station is reporting that the Wisconsin man charged in the kidnapping of 13-year-old Jayme Closs says in a letter from jail that he plans to plead guilty.