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Authorities: No Sign of Ty Hoffman at Blaine Airport

The search for a suspected killer wrapped up Tuesday at an airport in Blaine with no luck catching him.

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Calorie Crackdown: New Rules Mean Healthy Snacks in School

There are new rules your child will have to follow when buying a snack at school this year. It's part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Smart Snacks in School initiative.

Minneapolis Woman Hit, Killed by Green Line Train Identified

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Officials have identified the 42-year-old woman who was hit and killed by a Green Line light rail train Sunday morning near Westgate Station on the border of St. Paul and Minneapolis.

Minn. DNR put World-Record Antlers on Display in St. Paul

World-record deer antlers are on display at the DNR's headquarters in St. Paul. - Photo: Minnesota DNR

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources now has world-record deer antlers on display at its headquarters in St. Paul.

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Forum at Hamline University to Discuss Male Behaviors and Violence

Officials in Ramsey County are taking steps Tuesday to prevent violence against women and children.

Elected officials and the Public Health Department are holding a forum in St. Paul to start a conversation about how some learned behaviors by men and boys could encourage acts of violence and exploitation of women and children.

Public Meetings to be Held on Funding for Residents Affected by June Flooding

Flooding in Prior Lake - Photo: KSTP/File

For residents affected by flooding this June, help may be in sight.

Those who live in Carver, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott and Wright counties may be eligible for state loans up to $70,000.

St. Paul Students Head Back to School on Propane-Powered Buses

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Summer vacation ends Tuesday for most Minnesota and Wisconsin kids as hundreds of districts start school again.

Kids who don’t get a ride with their parents will likely be hopping on a school bus, and St. Paul students will be riding a new environmentally-friendly bus for the first time Tuesday.