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Salvation Army to Distribute Donated Coats to Children in Need

The Salvation Army on Thursday will distribute more than 8,000 coats that were donated during this year's Coats for Kids drive.

From 10 a.m. until 6 p.m., volunteers will hand out coats at 11 locations on a first-come, first-serve basis until supplies run out.

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Rally Seeks to Make Changes to Mpls. Food-to-Alcohol Ratio

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A rally will be held Thursday for a ballot initiative that supporters say will help neighborhood restaurants in Minneapolis.

Mpls. Police: Suspects Threw Guns Out Car Window During Chase

One of the guns being examined at the scene - KSTP-TV/Jeff Ganahl

Two people were arrested after a car chase in North Minneapolis overnight.

Minneapolis police say they stopped a suspicious vehicle in North Minneapolis near Penn Avenue North and North 16th Avenue, but the car sped off.

Harteau, Hodges Host 3rd Community Input Meeting

Minneapolis’ mayor and police chief are meeting with the community again Thursday night in an effort to increase public trust and communication.

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Supporting the Five Pillars of Real Health
Full mechanical service cars at wholesale prices
Customized docks that are built to last!
Colonial BP Offers Auto Repair Services You Can Count On!
Affordable Commercial Cleaning Services
20 years in business!
Local & Family Vietnamese Restaurant
The Best Pizza in Town

Dayton Meets with Health Officials on Ebola Preparedness

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Gov. Mark Dayton and Minnesota’s Commissioner of Health will meet with hospital officials Thursday to discuss the state’s Ebola preparedness and prevention efforts.

Twin Cities Bus Plan Would Expand Service by 2030

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Metro Transit wants to expand Twin Cities-area bus services over the next 10 to 15 years with improvements that would cost $72.3 million a year.
    

Prisoners' Religious Rights at Center of Lawsuit, Minn. State Policy Change

Should a prisoner be allowed to grow a beard? Or wear a yarmulke? Or a Muslim headscarf?

They're questions that are currently before the U.S. Supreme Court. And now, the state of Minnesota is being sued over its policy, even after it was pressured into a key change a few weeks ago.