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Target to close City Center operation, moving 3,500 employees

Target to close City Center operation, moving 3,500 employees

Breaking NewsThe Minnesota-based company cites its "Flex for Your Day" work model as the reason its City Center operations are no longer needed.Credit: APFILE - In this April 6, 2020 file photo, a customer wearing a mask carries his purchases as he leaves a Target store during the coronavirus pandemic, in the Brooklyn borough of New York. Target extended its strong sales streak through the holiday quarter and grabbed business from rivals. The Minneapolis-based discounter reported Tuesday, March 2, 2021, that it profit soared 66%, while sales jumped 21% for its fiscal fourth quarter. (AP...

Mar 11
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Minnesota is the 6th safest state during COVID-19, study says

Minnesota is the 6th safest state during COVID-19, study says

Breaking NewsData gathered by WalletHub says the Gopher state is the sixth safest in America during the pandemic, based on the comparison of five key metricsCredit: KARE8:29 AM CST March 4, 2021MINNESOTA, USA — COVID-19 has elbowed its way into nearly every part of our lives, forcing changes in the way we work, live and think.  But some places have done a better job reacting and adapting to the presence of the virus, and a new study by personal finance website WalletHub says Minnesota is one of them. Data gathered by WalletHub says the Gopher state is the sixth safest in America during the...

Mar 4
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Search warrant details opioid use by alleged Buffalo clinic shooter

Search warrant details opioid use by alleged Buffalo clinic shooter

Breaking NewsIn a request to obtain Gregory Ulrich's medical records, a veteran investigator says he believes dependence on pain medication played a role in the shooting.1:37 PM CST February 19, 2021BUFFALO, Minnesota — In an application for a search warrant to obtain Gregory Ulrich's medical records, a veteran investigator says evidence suggests dependence on pain medication played a role in the mass shooting at a clinic in Buffalo. Wright County Deputy Patrick Bailey says in the application that a plastic bag containing six oxycodone pills was recovered during a search of Ulrich's room at...

Feb 19
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One dead following Buffalo Allina Clinic shooting

One dead following Buffalo Allina Clinic shooting

Breaking NewsNorth Memorial Health says one victim was discharged Tuesday afternoon, while three others are in critical, but stable, condition.11:59 AM CST February 9, 2021BUFFALO, Minn. — A spokesperson with Hennepin Healthcare confirmed that one of the people injured in Tuesday's shooting at a health clinic in Buffalo has died. The victim, who has not yet been identified, was transported to HCMC where they later died.North Memorial Health said four of the Buffalo shooting victims were taken to North Memorial Hospital. A hospital spokesperson said one of the victims had been discharged by...

Feb 9
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Minnesota tiger tests positive for COVID-19

Minnesota tiger tests positive for COVID-19

Breaking NewsThe big cat who contracted the virus that causes COVID-19 is Sabrina, a 21-year-old female Sumatran/Bengal Tiger that lives at the Wildcat Sanctuary.Credit: The Wildcat SanctuarySabrina, a 21-year-old Sumatran/Bengal tiger tested positive for the virus that causes COVID-19.1:15 PM CST January 26, 2021PINE COUNTY, Minn. — Minnesota animal health officials have confirmed that a tiger living at an animal sanctuary in central Minnesota has tested positive for COVID-19. The Minnesota Board of Animal Health says the Pine County big cat who contracted SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes...

Jan 26
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Robbinsdale police say officers shot and killed man who charged them with a knife

Robbinsdale police say officers shot and killed man who charged them with a knife

Local NewsA news release from Chief Patrick Foley says the man refused several commands to drop his knife, and charged at officers before he was shot.ROBBINSDALE, Minn. — The Robbinsdale police chief says his officers shot and killed a man who was charging at them with a knife on Friday morning.In a news release sent out Friday afternoon, Chief Patrick Foley said officers were attempting to stop a vehicle at about 11 a.m. Friday. He said the registered owner had an active felony warrant out for their arrest.Loading ...Police say there was a short vehicle pursuit, the person's vehicle was...

Jan 8
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Alibi Drinkery found in contempt for defying Walz executive order

Alibi Drinkery found in contempt for defying Walz executive order

Breaking NewsThe Dakota County District Court imposed a fine of $3,000 for every day the bar-restaurant was open in violation of the executive order to close indoor service.8:17 AM CST January 8, 2021LAKEVILLE, Minn. — A Lakeville bar-restaurant that opened for indoor drinking and dining despite an executive order from the governor prohibiting the practice is facing serious repercussions after being found guilty of contempt.The ruling against Alibi Drinkery by the Dakota County District Court found that the bar "willfully disobeyed" a temporary injunction by the court on December 31 to stay...

Jan 8
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Motion filed to delay trial in George Floyd's death

Motion filed to delay trial in George Floyd's death

Breaking NewsRobert Paule, attorney for Tou Thao, accuses the state of dragging its feet on sharing discovery material with the defense.Credit: Hennepin Co. JailFormer Minneapolis police officer Tou Thao1:49 PM CST December 11, 2020MINNEAPOLIS — The attorney for one of the former Minneapolis police officers charged in the death of George Floyd is asking for the trial to be delayed until July, after accusing state prosecutors of violating a court order to share discovery material with the defense.Robert Paule, defense attorney for former officer Tou Thao, filed a motion with the court Friday...

Dec 11
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Wild signs D Jonas Brodin to 7-year, $42M extension

Wild signs D Jonas Brodin to 7-year, $42M extension

Breaking NewsBrodin, who plays on the second pair with close friend Matt Dumba, will receive an average of $6 million a year, beginning with the 2021-22 hockey season.1:39 PM CDT September 15, 2020ST PAUL, Minn. — The Minnesota Wild has locked up the team's steadiest stay-at-home defenseman, signing Jonas Brodin to a 7-year contract extension worth $42 million.Brodin, who plays on the second pair with close friend Matt Dumba, will receive an average of $6 million a year, beginning with the 2021-22 hockey season, and running through 2027-28. The 27-year-old native of Sweden notched 28...

September 15, 2020
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Teen angler hauls in giant pike at Lake Harriet

Teen angler hauls in giant pike at Lake Harriet

Breaking NewsBenilde St. Margaret's senior Charles Hansen caught the 41-inch northern pike7:41 AM CDT September 2, 2020MINNEAPOLIS — Some swimmers will be thinking twice before dipping a toe in Lake Harriet, after seeing pictures of a huge, toothy fish reeled in recently by a teen angler.Charles Hansen, a neighbor of KARE 11 meteorologist Belinda Jensen, shared pics of this gargantuan northern pike, which he measured at 41 inches long with a 18-inch girth.  In a text message Charles said he was on the water with his friend Parker Brown Tuesday night when the fish hit just before 5:30 p.m....

September 2, 2020
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