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DOJ to Launch Pilot Program in Twin Cities to Detect Terrorist Recruits

The Department of Justice will launch a pilot program in Minneapolis and St. Paul that could help detect American extremists looking to join terror organizations.

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Police: 1 Dead, 1 Hospitalized after Shooting in North Minneapolis

One person is dead and another is hospitalized after a shooting in North Minneapolis Tuesday, according to police.

Police spokesman John Elder said the shooting happened on the 2300 block of Fremont Avenue North around 3:30 p.m.

A very large crowd of people, including family of those involved, are gathered at the scene.

Behind the Scenes: U of Minn.'s St. Anthony Falls Lab Renovation

The University of Minnesota celebrated a nearly $16 million renovation on a historic lab Tuesday.

We received a behind the scenes look at the new St. Anthony Falls Laboratory. It will allow students to study for worldwide issues like sustainable water sources and renewable energy.

It also turns water into energy.

Parklets Start Popping up on Mpls. Streets

Parklets are starting to pop up on Minneapolis streets Tuesday.

Parklets are small spaces designed for pedestrians in areas where there isn't a lot of green space. The small spaces are meant to be a nice relaxing sport.

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Local Preschool Seeing Results by Adding Art to STEM Program

A Twin Cities preschool is putting a twist on the popular STEM program. That of course stands for science, technology, engineering and math.

Kinderberry Hill Child Development Centers have found a way to make the programs, which are popular in grade school, apply in preschool.

Zombies in Downtown Minneapolis Part of Marketing Campaign

When getting off a light rail train, you typically don't expect to see zombies.

The people of downtown Minneapolis were treated to such a sight at stations on Tuesday.

The fake zombies were part of a Minnesota Lottery Campaign aimed at drawing attention to a new scratch game called "The Walking Dead."

Tipster to Receive $40K Reward for Ty Hoffman Arrest

The tipster who supplied information leading to the arrest of suspected killer Ty Hoffman will receive a $40,000 reward.

Hoffman was wanted in the Aug. 11 shooting death of his former boyfriend and business partner, Kelly Phillips.