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Storm Snarls Travel in Parts of Minnesota, Cold on its Way for Turkey Day

The recent snow is creating some difficult driving conditions on one of the busiest travel days of the year.

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Minn. Officials Offer Warning About Home Fires During Holiday Season

Officials are warning Minnesotans as we enter a historically dangerous season.

With the temperatures dropping and the holidays coming up, people can be at greater risk for house fires. Cooking, heating and open flames were the most common causes of structure fires in 2013, according to a report recently released by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.

Dramatic Video: 1 Hurt after Car Hits Protesters at Mpls. Ferguson Rally

Dramatic video shows a vehicle hitting several protesters Tuesday afternoon in Minneapolis. The incident happened just after 4:30 p.m. at the intersection of Lake Street and Minnehaha Avenue.

Eden Prairie Shooting Victim Upgraded to Serious Condition

The victim of a shooting in the parking lot of an Eden Prairie  grocery store is improving slightly.

Hennepin County Medical Center officials say 58-year-old Daniel Johnson has been upgraded from critical to serious condition.

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Teen who Beat Politician at Mall of America won't Go to Jail

Andrew after he was severely beat at the Mall of America. - Photo courtesy of Mark Andrew

A teenager who severely beat former Hennepin County board chairman Mark Andrew at the Mall of America last year won't go to jail for her crime - and he's glad she won't.

Minn. Hunters Register 111K Deer Through 3rd Weekend

Minnesota hunters have registered 111,000 deer through the third and last weekend of the firearms deer season, a drop of 31,000 from the same period a year ago.

But the lower harvest is by design. Regulations were put in place to make more deer - especially does - off-limits to increase Minnesota's deer herd.

Charges: 2 Twin Cities Men Conspired to Aid Islamic State

Two Twin Cities men have been charged with conspiracy to provide support to Islamic State militants.