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St. Paul Welcomes 11 New Firefighters


The city of Saint Paul has 11 new firefighters.

The graduating class of 2014 took their oath of office and received their first badges during a ceremony Friday at Saint Paul College.

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Horses Improve From Malnourished Past, Some Up for Adoption Saturday

Some horses that were sick and starving are now getting a second chance.

Some of the 55 horses rescued from a southwest Minnesota farm in 2012, are now healthy and ready for a new life. A rescue group helped these animals, but they still need the public’s help.

For the past four months Andrea Keacher has spent every day affirming and training 4-year-old Gallant.

Snowplow Drivers Prepare for the Possible Wrath of Old Man Winter

With snow coming in the next few months, snowplow drivers across the state are getting ready.

More than 90 plow operators are participating in an intensive training program preparing them for the worst road conditions.

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Calls for More Recruitment, Hiring of Minority Police Officers in Mpls.

Renewed questions are surfacing about what Minneapolis city leaders are doing to close the diversity gap in public safety.

Right now, the Minneapolis Police Department has 807 officers. The majority of them, 79 percent, are white. Only 9 percent are black. Even fewer are Asian, Hispanic and Native American.

Vikings' Motives for Doing 'the Right Thing' Questioned

Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf, right, speaks as executive vice president & general manager Rick Spielman, left, owner/chairman Mark Wilf, second from left, and executive vice president legal affairs Kevin Warren listen during a news conference. - Photo: AP/Ann Heisenfelt

When the Minnesota Vikings announced Wednesday morning they had 'made a mistake' on Monday in bringing back Adrian Peterson following his indictment on a felony child abuse charge in Texas, did they really make the right decision?

DOJ to Launch Pilot Program in Twin Cities to Detect Terrorist Recruits

The Department of Justice will launch a pilot program in Minneapolis and St. Paul that could help detect American extremists looking to join terror organizations.