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Two men shot during brawl early Saturday in downtown Minneapolis

Officers responded to reports of mass fighting and gunshots early Saturday morning.

Chris Thile addresses scandal around his 'Prairie Home' predecessor Garrison Keillor

Tradition fell to the wayside on the Saturday edition of what was formerly known as "A Prairie Home Companion."

Elections turned into an anti-incumbent rout in Twin Cities

Spillover from presidential election hit local ballots, leading to many going-away celebrations in December for local government officials.

Dick Voss was a cyclist, champion for AIDS, and a veteran

Voss died on Dec. 5 at age 77 after an eight-month battle with brain cancer. He'd most recently lived in Minneapolis and spent winters in Arizona. He's survived by 15 siblings.

Dakota County nonprofit adopts first "victim support dog"

Ranger previously assisted victims of the Sandy Hook massacre.

Saturday: Snow emergencies on as temps plunge

Snow emergencies have been declared in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Both cities had about 6 inches of snow by 6 a.m. And there's more: Air temperatures will drop to 20 degrees below zero Saturday night.

For Dakota County family, milk is lifeblood

The Randolph-based dairy farm was awarded "Minnesota Producer of the Year."

USC professor stabbed to death began his career in Minnesota

Bosco Tjan of the University of Southern California was fatally stabbed on Friday afternoon in the building that houses his lab.

'New day is dawning': Minn. leaders, artists reflect on Castro's death

The former Communist president died on Friday at the age of 90.

Neighbors rally after a double farm tragedy near Jordan

The week after Mark and Travis Hentges were electrocuted, a Shakopee farmer who didn't even know the family called out on Facebook for volunteers to help bring in their harvest. "Farmers always help each other out," he wrote.