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Trial Starts For Cook Co. Att'y Charged With Kissing Teen Girl

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A Minnesota county attorney sat on the other side of the courtroom Tuesday as his trial for allegedly getting too close to a teenage girl got underway. 373 more words

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Park Rapids Family Questions Safety of Ambulance After Address Mix-Up

PARK RAPIDS, Minn. (WCCO) – After a mix-up in northern Minnesota, a family is questioning the safety of its ambulance service.

When Brenda Sordahl’s grandson needed help, the ambulance crew went to the wrong address in Park Rapids. 340 more words

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Pre-Fourth Of July Activities Total Mpls. Man’s Car

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A Minneapolis man woke up Wednesday to see his car had been set on fire and police say fireworks are to blame. 338 more words

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Lawsuit Exposes Southern Minnesota Religious Group

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A lawsuit has exposed deep-seated secrets surrounding a religious group in southern Minnesota.

For 35 years, Suzanne and Karl Solum were members of a Christian ministry called Maranatha in Spring Grove, Minn. 715 more words

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After The Mississippi Made Their Home An Island, This Couple Built A Bridge

FRONTENAC, Minn. (WCCO) – The Mississippi River has forced a lot of people out of their homes over the last two weeks.

In the small southeastern Minnesota town of Frontenac, nearly a dozen homes on Lake Street are surrounded by the Mississippi. 352 more words

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This Photographer Wants To Challenge How You See North Mpls.

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A photographer has changed her view of Minneapolis’ toughest streets after what she’s witnessed this month.

Sarah Hrudka set out to capture the real people of north Minneapolis and their reasons for calling it home. 231 more words

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Flood Water Should Be Considered Contaminated, Officials Say

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Thursday was a long day for some people living near Minnehaha Creek.

In St. Louis Park, some homes were surrounded by more than a thousand sandbags. 248 more words

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