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Over-The-Counter Hearing Aids Expected This Fall in US
U.S. regulators have finalized a long-awaited rule that's expected to allow millions of Americans to buy hearing aids without a prescription.
Police: No Victim Found in Shooting at Mall of America
Police in Minnesota confirm that gunshots were fired at the Mall of America in suburban Minneapolis, but say no victim has been found.
Minnesota Moose Population at Largest Level Since 2011
Minnesota's moose population is the largest its been in more than a decade after 11 consecutive years of remaining relatively stable.
EPA Says Only Use Disinfectant on Surfaces
The Environmental Protection Agency is reminding people to only use disinfectant on surfaces.
Report: Minnesota Sees Impaired Driving Arrests Rise in 2019
A report shows the number of people in Minnesota arrested for driving while impaired is growing, partly due to people driving with cannabis, opioids and methamphetamine in their system.
St. Paul Police Report Spike in Drug Overdoses
Authorities say St. Paul police have reported 34 suspected drug overdoses in the past week alone.
UPDATE: Suspect Accused of Taking Infant Son Arrested
Authorities have arrested a Minnesota man accused of kidnapping his 6-month-old son from the boy's mother after assaulting her.
Appeals Court Strikes Down Minnesota’s Phone Stalking Law
The Minnesota Court of Appeals has ruled that a state law that makes it a crime to stalk someone by telephone is unconstitutional because it's too broad.