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Warrant Sweep in Hennepin County; 2 Added to Most Wanted List

Hennepin County law enforcement agencies conducted a warrant sweep Thursday to clear active warrants and make arrests Thursday.

The sheriff's office is urging people with active warrants - regardless of the offense - to surrender before authorities show up on their doorsteps.

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Wayzata City Council Approves City's First Microbrewery, Taproom

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Wayzata has just made initial steps to approve its own brewery, taproom and distillery as the microbrew trend continues across the Twin Cities.

Flu Eases its Grip on Minnesota

The flu appears to be easing up across the state, according to the recent flu report from the Minnesota Department of Health.

During the week ending Jan. 25, the flu spread is “regional,” which is a step below “widespread.”

Expect Extra DWI Enforcement this Super Bowl Weekend

The Minnesota Department of Public Safety is reminding people to find a sober ride this Super Bowl Sunday.

Officials from DPS along with former Minnesota Viking Chuck Foreman held a news conference Thursday to warn drivers that there will be extra DWI patrols on Minnesota roads this weekend.

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University of Minnesota Student Diagnosed with Measles

A student at the University of Minnesota has been diagnosed with measles, state and county health officials confirmed Wednesday.

Outgoing MPS Superintendent Surprises Students with $50K in New Drums

Students at Nellie Stone Johnson Community School in Minneapolis got a big surprise Wednesday.

Outgoing Superintendent Bernadeia Johnson surprised students with $50,000 in new marching drums – enough drums for an entire drum line.

School officials say about 200 students play instruments at the school, and about 1/3 play the drums.

Twin Cities Nonprofit Delivers 4 Millionth Meal to Mpls. Man

For many people, cooking for someone else is a way to show that you care. One Twin Cities nonprofit has made it its mission to do just that.

On Wednesday, Open Arms delivered its 4 millionth meal to a Minneapolis man.