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Police Called to Remove Rowdy Juveniles from Mall of America
Police in Bloomington were called to remove a group of 50 rowdy juveniles from the Mall of America.
Age limit now 21 across US for cigarettes, tobacco products
New law enacted last week by Congress also applies to electronic cigarettes and vaping devices
Petition: 455K People Want Target to Abandon Plastic Bags
A frequent Target customer is asking the Minneapolis-based retail giant to stop using plastic bags.
Poll: Most Americans Dislike Twice-A-Year Time Flops
A new poll finds that most people across the country want to stop the twice-a-year ritual of clock changes.
Postal Worker Pleads Guilty to Stealing $100K in Benefits
A U.S. Postal Service worker from western Minnesota has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $100,000 in government benefits.
Google Announcing $600M Data Center Will Go Up Near Omaha
Google is holding a groundbreaking Friday morning for a $600 million data center it plans to build in an Omaha suburb.
Where have the wild birds gone? 3 billion fewer than 1970
New study finds bird population in the United States and Canada has dropped 29%.
Walmart to Stop Selling Handgun Ammunition
Chain also requests customers refrain from openly carrying firearms in its stores.
Ten-Year-Old Minnesota Girl Sells Lemonade to Aid Police Dogs
A 10-year-old Minnesota girl is using the profits from selling lemonade to help buy protective vests for police dogs.
Airport Commission Tells Uber Driver to Drop Sign
An Uber driver is in a fight with Twin Cities airport officials over a sign on his car.