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Thursday, February 1, 2018

A minivan plowed into pedestrians on a sidewalk in downtown Shanghai on Friday, sending 18 people to hospitals. (02/01/2018)
Airlines are clarifying their policies on emotional support animals, requiring more documentation about the need for the animal. Recently, a woman tried to board a flight with a peacock. (02/01/2018)
A 12-year-old girl is in custody. Police say both wounded victims are 15 years old, and one is in critical condition. Three more people have minor injuries. (02/01/2018)
Warnings that Muslim caucus-goers may try to take over seem to have inspired more of them to take part.
Mall-goers can stand and gawk as sports talk radio hosts spend their days talking to current NFL players.
Welcome to your Super Bowl edition of Climate Cast. We talk to a legend of frigid football, Bud Grant, and discuss what the Trump administration's solar tariffs mean for the industry.
President Trump could formally tell Congress on Friday he endorses releasing the controversial document over the objections of Democrats and the FBI.
Nearly four decades after his wife drowned, investigators are now calling 87-year-old actor Robert Wagner a "person of interest" in the death of Natalie Wood.
Prosecutors say Lincoln Bowman refused to let officers in the room at the Graduate Hotel and told them he was armed and would set the hotel on fire.
President Donald Trump makes an appearance at the National Snow Sculpting Championship in Wisconsin as a subject of a snow sculpture by a Minnesota team.
Timberlake ruled out any chance his former boy band 'N Sync would join him Sunday or other potential special guests would show up.
Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty is actively considering a campaign for his old job. He emailed Republican donors Wednesday inviting them to a Feb. 12 meeting as he considers entering a governor's race without a clear favorite.
The bad boy fans of football started arriving in Minneapolis and yes, the city is still standing. So far.
What's the secret to a successful relationship? Two marriage and family experts say it all comes down to how you fight. They shared 12 tips for perfecting the art of constructive conflict.
The City of Lakes Loppet brought sprint races to downtown Minneapolis Wednesday night as part of the Super Bowl festivities. Fresh snow falling and the city lights made it feel like a super celebration.
Late night host Jimmy Fallon is in the mood for a Minnesota home-cooked meal. Please do not offer him grape salad.
The child was struck Friday during an ice fishing outing with his family on Chisago Lake. His family posted Wednesday on that the boy died from head injuries that were worse than initially thought.
State officials say a man who fled from authorities in a stolen vehicle has been fatally shot by an officer in a southern Minnesota community.
Nielsen reports that about 45.6 million tuned in Tuesday night. That's below viewership for President Barack Obama's first State of the Union, which was about 48 million, and Trump's own joint address to Congress last year.
The action sets off a 10-day cooling off period. A mediation session is scheduled for Friday.
An analysis of insurance claims in Washington state found that in a single year more than 600,000 patients underwent testing and treatment they didn't need, at an estimated cost of $282 million.
10 questions and answers about the latest -- and perhaps most complicated -- subplot to spin out of Washington's ongoing Russia imbroglio.
After nearly eight years of planning and more than a year and a half of construction, the $30.5 million restoration of Duluth's last remaining historic playhouse culminates tonight with a grand opening performance of the musical "Mamma Mia."
The Take a Knee Conference aims to raise awareness of racism and other issues.
Children, no matter the age, need the support of their parents to be successful students. Two guests answered caller questions about how a parent can help their students be successful, happy and self-sufficient.
A look at why protest is so controversial in the world of sports.

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