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The Mall of America is not only bracing for a rush of shoppers this weekend<span style="display: none"> </span>

The Mall of America is not only bracing for a rush of shoppers this weekend but they are preparing for a throng of protestors. 

Up to 25-hundred people are expected to take part in the "Black Lives Matter" Rally Saturday. It comes during one of the busiest shopping days of the season.

No Indictments in Hwy. 212 Officer-Involved Shooting in Eden Prairie

A grand jury did not indict three officers involved in fatally shooting two people after a chase on U.S. Highway 212 in February, Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman said Friday.

13 Cadets Join Minneapolis Fire Department

The Minneapolis Fire Department will welcome its newest members during a ceremony Friday.

Thirteen cadets graduated Friday, 12 of which are veterans. The cadets are certified as Emergency Medical Technicians and have obtained the Minnesota state firefighter license.

Officers Involved in Fatal Interstate 694 Shooting ID'd

The two officers involved in the shooting on Interstate 694 on Wednesday have been identified.

The Minnesota Department of Public Safety says Hennepin County Deputy Matthew Hagen and Brooklyn Center Officer Alan Salvosa shot and killed 18-year-old Johnathon Dean Mar of Kennewick, Washington.

Christmas Lake First in Minn. to Get Potash Injection to Fight Invasive Species

A lake in Shorewood is the first in Minnesota to be injected with potash to combat invasive species.

The Environmental Protection Agency recently approved the use of liquid potash to eradicate zebra and quagga mussels in Christmas Lake and Lake Independence. Liquid potash, or potassium chloride, has only been used in the U.S. three times.

New Hennepin Co. Dispatch Center Starts Taking 911 Calls

Inside the new Hennepin County 911 call center - KSTP File Photo

The new Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office 911 Emergency Communications Facility in Plymouth started taking 911 calls this week.

The $34 million facility has been in the works for more than a decade. The old facility in Golden Valley was built 65 years ago but was only meant to operate for 25-30 years.

DNR to Inject Potash into Christmas Lake Friday to Fight Invasive Species

A lake in Shorewood will be the first in Minnesota to be injected with potash to combat invasive species.

The Environmental Protection Agency recently approved the use of liquid potash to eradicate zebra and quagga mussels in Christmas Lake and Lake Independence. Liquid potash, or potassium chloride, has only been used in the U.S. three times.