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Teen at Bus Stop Nearly Hit by Truck that Seriously Injured Rogers Classmates

5 EYEWITNESS NEWS caught up with Jonathan Perego, one of seven teenagers at that bus stop, who says he was a step or two from also being in the hospital...


Watershed District Flood Plan Aims to Protect Prior Lake Community from Future Floods

Rogers Students React to News of Three Classmates Hit by Pickup

5 Things You Might Have Missed Thursday

Coon Rapids Man Charged with 3rd Degree Murder in Heroin Overdose

Wetterling Room Busy Place for Investigators


Investigators: Man Arrested in Crash That Critically Injured 3 Students at Otsego Bus Stop


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Blue Line LRT Extension Receives Federal Permission for Engineering Phase

Driving Range Opens at Bunker Hills in Coon Rapids

Dakota County Sheriff's Office to Resume DNA Collection for Serious Crimes

Minneapolis Ice Rinks Closed Amid Warm Temperatures

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Target Partnering with Minnesota United

Minnesota Wild's Eric Staal, left, and Nino Niederreiter of Switzerland celebrate Staal's goal off Arizona Coyotes goalie Louis Domingue during the first period.

Niederreiter Leads Wild to 4-3 Win Over Arizona


Cretin-Derham Hall's Oturu Announces He Will Play for Minnesota

Wild Have Advantageous Matchup w/ Coyotes Thursday Night

EP's Mittelstadt, Lakeville's Oettinger Make Top-5 in NHL Draft Midseason Rankings

Target Becomes Official Minnesota United Sponsor

New Herb Brooks Statue Unveiled in St. Paul

Wagner & Bell Lead Gophers Past Illini

Local Gophers Football Recruits React After Meeting With Fleck Tuesday

Wild's Brodin Out At Least Four Weeks

Minnesota House Committee Considers Slashing Tax on Premium Cigars

Rep. Jim Newberger's bill would let candidates hold raffles of up to $3,000 to raise funds for their individual campaigns.

Minnesota Lawmakers Consider Campaign Fundraising Raffles

Trump Arrives in Washington With a Wave And a Salute

An FBI statement says it and the Justice Department's civil-rights division are investigating

FBI Investigating Threats to Jewish Centers


Former President George H.W. Bush, Wife Barbara Remain Hospitalized

30 Missing in Central Italy Avalanche that Buries Hotel

Army Plans Dakota Access Oil Pipeline Environmental Study

Widow of Orlando Club Gunman Pleads Not Guilty

Judge Cites KSTP Stories, Orders Stop to GPS Tracking Devices Approved by State Agency
Minnesota Adds 11,900 Jobs in December, Unemployment Rates Inches Up to 3.9 Percent
Minnesota House Committee Considers Slashing Tax on Premium Cigars

NASA Study in Hawaii Paving Way for Human Travel to Mars


New U of M Search Tool Makes Black History More Accessible


Spacewalking Astronauts Upgrade Orbiting Lab's Power Grid


Sauk Rapids Teen to Show Off Tap Dancing Skills at Inauguration


Patchett, Chabon Among Nominees for Book Critics Prizes
Tax Deadline Looms for Prince Estate; Government to Get Half
John Lewis Books Sell Out on Amazon Day after Trump's Tweets
Interview with John Hauer, Head of Content Marketing for Athos

Blue Line LRT Extension Receives Federal Permission for Engineering Phase


1 Seriously Hurt in Ramsey County I-35E Crash
1 Dead in Plymouth 2-Vehicle Crash
Pedestrian Struck, Killed by Vehicle in Fridley
MnDOT Unveils 20-Year Highway Plan
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Minneapolis Boat Show Opens at Convention Center

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WATCH: Wild Defenseman Jared Spurgeon Scores Amazing Goal

WATCH: Obama Gives Final Press Briefing
President Obama Addressed Questions About Chelsea Manning, WikiLeaks and Julian Assange at the President's Final Press Conference.

PHOTOS: President Obama's Final Press Briefing

White House press secretary Josh Earnest listens as President Barack Obama speaks at his final daily press briefing, Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017, in the briefing room of the White House in Washington.

Top News Photos: January 17

President Barack Obama gestures as he leaves the final press briefing with White House press secretary Josh Earnest, Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017, in the briefing room of the White House in Washington.

Top News Photos: January 13

Pastor Raphael Gamaliel Warnock, of Ebenezer Baptist Church, speaks during a Martin Luther King Celebration at the Tate Student Center at the University of Georgia in Athens, Ga., Friday, Jan. 13.

At Issue: January 15 - Clash Over Health Insurance Relief, One on One with U of M President Eric Kaler


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