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Expectant mother goes into labor on I-94 in St. Paul - KMSP-TV

myfoxtwincities.com — Around 4 p.m. yesterday, Sarah Halden, wife of Fox 9 anchor Tom Halden, was driving southbound on I-35W through Minneapolis when somebody standing on the 38th St. bridge dropped a rock or ball of some sort onto the windshield of her car. Around 4 p.m.
Dec 19, 2014

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2 Minnesota listeria deaths linked to caramel apples - KMSP-TV

myfoxtwincities.com — Minnesota health officials are investigating a listeria outbreak linked to eating caramel apples after four people in Minnesota were sickened and two of them died. All of the victims were adults ages 59 to 90 and became ill in late October and November. All four were hospitalized, and two died.
Dec 19, 2014

2 Minnesota listeria deaths linked to caramel apples - KMSP-TV myfoxtwincities.com/story/27669786…

St. Paul PD shares tips for avoiding a burglary at your house - KMSP-TV

myfoxtwincities.com — St. Paul resident Kate Kent feels the emotions common among burglary victims. "Angry, violated," she says. "All of our pictures were taken. Some of them were backed up but not all of them. My mom passed away in August, and we had a lot of videos...

After rough 2014, Northstar offers riders money-back guarantee - KMSP-TV

myfoxtwincities.com — In January, if a Northstar train is more than 11 minutes late, Metro Transit will pay you back. That promise comes after a dismal year for the commuter train. One rider, Mel Boser, says, "There were a few days that it was awful, getting in late and so forth, and delays."

Isaac Kolstad talks about his remarkable recovery - KMSP-TV

myfoxtwincities.com — Seven months after he suffered a major brain injury during a controversial altercation with former Gophers quarterback Philip Nelson, Isaac Kolstad's life is filled with various kinds of therapy, much of it at the Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute in Golden Valley. But Kolstad is making progress, and he's determined to keep moving forward.

Holiday gifts for under $50 - KMSP-TV

myfoxtwincities.com — Posted: Thursday, December 18, 2014 7:20 AM EST Updated: Thursday, December 18, 2014 11:32 AM EST Christmas is less than a week away, but that doesn't mean you should settle for a so-so gift or break the bank. Mpls.

Suspect drops object onto car from I-35W bridge - KMSP-TV

myfoxtwincities.com — Around 4 p.m. yesterday, Sarah Halden, wife of Fox 9 anchor Tom Halden, was driving southbound on I-35W through Minneapolis when somebody standing on the 38th St. bridge dropped a rock or ball of some sort onto the windshield of her car.

Homeless shelter forms running group 'Mile in My Shoes' - KMSP-TV

myfoxtwincities.com — Even on cold Minnesota mornings, there's a group itching to get outside and run twice a week to conquer their own separate uphill battles. "I lost my job about two years ago," Dave Baker, who runs with the Mile in My Shoes group, said.

Meet the Mensch on the Bench - KMSP-TV

myfoxtwincities.com — The Elf on the Shelf is making room for The Mensch on a Bench. The Elf has become a popular Christmas tradition and now its Jewish counterpart is becoming one, too. Parents pose the dolls around their homes. During the day, the elf keeps a watchful eye on children and then reports back to Santa at night.

Sony will not release 'The Interview' Christmas day - KMSP-TV

myfoxtwincities.com — (KMSP) - Sony Pictures announced Tuesday they will not be releasing "The Interview" in theaters on Dec. 25 after major theaters decided not to show the film amid threats from unidentified hackers that implied theatergoers were at risk. A group that calls themselves Guardians of Peace allegedly threatened theatergoers with violence similar to the Sept.

Two dead following overnight shooting, high speed chase - KMSP-TV

myfoxtwincities.com — The ads show a variety of weapons -- a machete, butcher knife, chainsaw, and sword, among others -- and asks, "Wanna cut your monthly Verizon or ATT bill in half?" The ads show a variety of weapons -- a machete, butcher knife, chainsaw, and sword, among others -- and asks, "Wanna cut your monthly Verizon or ATT bill in half?"
Dec 17, 2014

BREAKING NEWS:Two dead following overnight shooting, high speed chase through north metro myfoxtwincities.com/story/27648620…

Carmike Cinemas pulls 'The Interview' with Sony's support - KMSP-TV

myfoxtwincities.com — Carmike Cinemas pulls 'The Interview' with Sony's support By LINDSEY BAHRAP Film Writer LOS ANGELES (AP) - Carmike Cinemas has decided to cancel its planned showings of "The Interview" in the wake of threats against theatergoers by the Sony hackers.
Dec 17, 2014

RT @MyFOX9: Carmike Cinemas, w/theaters in Apple Valley, Mankato, Mounds View, New Ulm, Oakdale, & Wilmar, pulls 'The Interview' http://t.c…