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Blood Moon Eclipse Visible in Twin Cities Metro

Blood moon photo taken in Champlin. - Photo: Joel Bakker

Minnesotans who woke up early Wednesday morning were treated to a rare lunar eclipse.

Starting around 5:25 a.m., the full moon was obscured by Earth's shadow. It was a total lunar eclipse – except this time, the moon had a red tint because sunrises and sunsets around the Earth reflected off its surface. This is known as a blood moon.

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6th District Candidates to Debate in St. Cloud

Two candidates for the Sixth Congressional District will square off during a debate in St. Cloud later this month.

Republican Tom Emmer and DFLer Joe Perske are the candidates facing off. Independence Party's John Denney is also running to succeed outgoing Rep. Michele Bachmann.

8 Indicted for North Mpls. Heroin Trafficking Operation

Several members of a North Minneapolis-based heroin trafficking organization called "The Crew" have been indicted after a lengthy investigation, officials announced Monday.

Eight members were charged for conspiring to distribute heroin in Minneapolis from January 2012 through this September.

Wild Release Bryzgalov from Tryout; Almond, Veilleux on Waivers

The Minnesota Wild have released goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov from a tryout and placed two defensemen on waivers, the team announced Monday.

The team has reduced its roster to 24 players ahead of Thursday's season opener against the Colorado Avalanche.

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MNsure Says 4.5 Percent Average Hike in 2015

Minnesota officials say the average rate for policies sold on the state health insurance exchange next year will go up 4.5 percent.

Minn. Hospitals Prepared to Handle Ebola Cases

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Minnesota hospitals are among those around the country making sure they are prepared to handle any potential cases of Ebola.

Trooper Glen Skalman Honored 50 Years after Killed in the Line of Duty

A fallen trooper with the Minnesota State Patrol was honored Sunday for his sacrifice.

The Minnesota Law Enforcement Memorial Association dedicated a portion of Highway 61 between Wyoming and Forest Lake to trooper Glen Skalman.

He died 50 year years ago on Sunday, Dec. 27, 1964, after being shot during a traffic stop on I-35 near Forest Lake.