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Softball's Schmoll and Smith Attain Honors
Senate Passes Bill Toughening Release of Sex Offenders
Duchess of Cambridge Gives Birth to Boy
Minn. House Looks to Revamp Sexual Harassment, Workplace Rules
Unique Dinner Aiming to Bring Awareness to Vision Loss
Minn. Senate Passes Bill Penalizing Fake Service Animals
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Athletes to Take Over Dancing With The Stars
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04/18/2018 11:50 AM
The hit ABC series "Scandal" wraps up its final season on Thursday. The political drama has played a big role in pop culture over the last seven years.
According to ABC, the 10 athletes will be paired up with a pro dancer for a four-week event starting with the season premiere on Monday, April 30 at 7:00 p.m. on ABC.
The winner of last month's $533 million Mega Millions jackpot is a New Jersey resident who moved to the state last summer.
John Krasinksi's "A Quiet Place" has opened with a thunderous $50 million in ticket sales for the year's second-best debut after "Black Panther."
"Cold November," a film shot near Hibbing by an almost entirely Minnesotan cast and crew is doing well in theaters and at film festivals.
The Denfeld High School Choir took to the stage on Wednesday to sing with Foreigner and the Dave Eggar Orchestra. The choir sang back up on the hit "I Want to Know What Love Is.” Foreigner is donating $500 to the choir.
The Beatles' animated "Yellow Submarine" is returning to theaters this summer.
Prince's heirs are suing Walgreens and the Illinois hospital that treated him after he suffered a drug overdose just a week before he died.
A North St. Paul father dropped his infant daughter from a second-story balcony to a firefighter below as a fire burned in his apartment building.
A Minnesota judge has ordered the release of state files on the 27-year investigation into the kidnapping and murder of Jacob Wetterling.
A Wisconsin jury has convicted a Minneapolis man of battery in the death of a student from Saudi Arabia but acquitted him on a more serious murder charge.
Authorities say a 1-year-old boy has died after he was run over by a vehicle in a private driveway near Osceola, Wisconsin.
A residential street in Superior's East End might not be used for a truck detour after all.
Amid a legal battle over access to records in the Jacob Wetterling investigation, a judge has ordered that some documents be returned to the FBI.
The Minnesota Legislature owes about $400,000 in legal fees for its court battle with Gov. Mark Dayton.
Minnesota farmers are joining with other farmers across the country in planting more soybeans than corn this spring.
A former FBI agent in Minnesota is charged with leaking secret documents to a national media organization.
The legislation sponsored by Sen. Warren
Limmer, a Republican from Maple Grove, easily cleared the Senate Monday.
The palace says the child was born at 11:01 a.m. (1001 GMT), a few hours after Kate was admitted to London's St. Mary's Hospital in labor.
The Minnesota House of Representatives is considering sweeping changes to their decades-old discrimination and sexual harassment policies.
A new event entitled 'Dining in the Dark' will give people a small taste of what it's like to live with vision loss. Proceeds will benefit the Lighthouse Center for Vision Loss.