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$1K Reward Offered for Info on Mendota Heights Vandalism

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Police in Mendota Heights are asking the public for information after vandals hit their city for a third time.

Police say racial comments and sexual content were spray-painted on private property, and some vehicles were keyed. 

Two incidents happened back in June, and one incident happened at the end of September; the dates were June 26, June 30 and Sept. 27.

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Caution Urged to Farmers Working on Big Corn Crop

Safety advocates are urging Minnesota farmers to be cautious around storage bins and elevators when working on this year's corn crop.
Adam Czech, spokesman with the Minnesota Corn Growers Association, tells the St. Cloud Times the state's corn harvest could reach 1.34 billion bushels this year, which would be the second largest in history.

INTERVIEW: Understanding Minnesota's Cold Weather Rule

When temperatures outside start to drop, heating your home can get expensive.

During the winter months, there is a way to make paying those costs more manageable and to ensure you don't lose your heat when you need it most.

KSTP sat down with Becca Virden from CenterPoint Energy to explain Minnesota's cold weather rule.

Mackey and Judd Debut the 2-Minute Drill: Wild Expectations, Twins Miguel Sano

Phil Mackey and Judd Zulgad of 1500 ESPN radio debut the Mackey and Judd 2-Minute Drill, discussing the biggest sports talkers of the day.

After a dominating win Thursday night against Colorado, Mackey and Judd sat down to talk about the expectations surrounding the Minnesota Wild this season.

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Weekend Box Office: 'The Judge', 'Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day'

Casey Messer, host of The Reelz Show, gives you a preview of what's hot at the box office this weekend. A son defends his dad in court, and the worst day imaginable.

Buckle Up – Extra Seat Belt Enforcement Begins

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Drivers, remember to buckle up! Extra seat belt enforcement begins this weekend as part of the Click It or Ticket campaign.

Nearly 400 law enforcement agencies around the state will be focusing on seat belt violations during the initiative, which runs from Oct. 10-26. It’s coordinated by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety’s Office of Traffic Safety.

Burnsville Boy Celebrates 10 Years of Life with Those Who Saved Him

A 10-year-old boy and the first responders who saved his life as an infant reunited Thursday. - Photo: KSTP-TV

A 10-year-old Burnsville boy celebrated more than his 10th birthday this year, he also celebrated his second chance at life.

As a two-month-old baby, Jonathan Anderson's pulse stopped for 40 minutes, but thanks to the determined response by a team of first responders he is alive today.