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It’s snowing—again! The winter of 2017-’18 will forever be remembered as the winter that would not quit. But I am glad it’s snowing this 18th day of April. 708 more words

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Stone Arch Bridge To Close Thursday, Friday

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – City strollers and cyclists in downtown Minneapolis will have to stay off the Stone Arch Bridge later this week as it will be closed for maintenance of nearby power lines. 54 more words

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Windstorm Aftermath: Power Outages, Closed Schools

COMMERCE CITY, Colo. (CBS4) – The strong winds are gone, but many people across the Denver metro area will be spending Wednesday cleaning up the damage the 70 and even 80 mph gusts left behind. 325 more words

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Anticipating Weekend Snow, Xcel Energy Increases Staff & Offers Tips

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — As a major storm heads towards Minnesota with the possibility of causing power outages, Xcel Energy is increasing employees for the weekend and is offering tips to stay safe. 181 more words

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Heating Bill Heads Up: Cold Weather Rule Expires This Weekend

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Xcel Energy is reminding customers that the cold weather rule ends this weekend, meaning that households could be cut off from heating if no plans are made to pay energy bills. 134 more words

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HOURCAR Aims To Have All-Electric Fleet By 2020

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A Twin Cities carsharing service says it’s teaming up with Xcel Energy to make its fleet of vehicles all-electric by 2020.

HOURCAR announced Monday that it has partnered with the utility to reshape its transportation service, with the new electric cars rolling out as soon as next year. 85 more words

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Bill Would Help Utilities Plan For Maintenance

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Legislation that would help Xcel Energy plan for the high costs of maintaining old nuclear power plants is heading to the Minnesota Senate where it could face some tough opposition. 115 more words

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