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Animal Allies: Thackery Binx
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10/17/2018 06:12 PM
Grammy-winning singer Michael Buble is shutting down rumors that he's going to retire, saying he was misquoted in a recent interview.
Harvey Weinstein is due in court as a New York judge weighs his bid to have some or all of his sexual assault case thrown out.
Social media continues to captivate users, and a new Facebook hoax has millions wondering if their accounts have been hacked.
The Minnesota Historical Society has obtained more items that illustrate Prince's religious beliefs and image.
The Bluebird Foundation announced a New Year's event taking place in Duluth called New Year’s by the Lake. The event will be held at the Greysolon Ballroom, the Moorish Room, the Black Water Lounge, and the Norshor Theatre.
The University of Minnesota has awarded the late rock star Prince an honorary degree to recognize his influence on music and his role in shaping his hometown of Minneapolis.
Lutsen Mountains has a new camera that will allow fall color enthusiast to see all the beautiful changes happening along the North Shore.
The Crow Wing County Sheriff's Office says 52-year-old Lisa Finnerty of Crosby has been located and is safe. She went missing on October 14.
Authorities say an Eden Prairie police detective falsified a search warrant in a drug case, a revelation that could lead to the dismissal of dozens of cases he was involved in.
The American Society of Civil Engineers analyzed the state's roads, public transit, airports, wastewater systems, and drinking water.
The event is a celebration of all thing autumn in Bayfield, Wisconsin. There are a number of activities planned this weekend, ending with the Grand Parade on Sunday.
A woman who was found unconscious in her tent at Minneapolis' sprawling homeless encampment has died of an apparent drug overdose, marking the third death linked to the site in less than a month.
A man charged with killing a western Wisconsin sheriff's deputy in 2016 has been convicted by a jury.
According to the Shakopee Police Department, multiple fights broke out at Valleyfair on Saturday night causing the popular park to close early.
Prosecutors have charged a 12-year-old boy in juvenile court in the stabbing death of his 16-year-old brother in Minnetonka.
A special gift unveiled in west Duluth to honor a northland veterans advocate
A 17-year-old male was arrested Thursday on pending charges of second degree arson after multiple fires at the recycling center in Gilbert.
Halloween is coming up, so there might not be a better time to introduce you to Thackery Binx; a 4-year-old black cat looking for his new home.
U.S. safety regulators are trying to figure out why the power tailgates on some Ford F-Series pickup trucks can open unexpectedly while the trucks are moving.
Minnesota students scored above the national average on the ACT college entrance exam and best among 19 states where at least 90 percent of teens took the test.