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The visit came as the work stoppage against major carmakers hit day 12, in a demonstration of support for organized labor apparently unparalleled in presidential history.
The latest forecast for the Twin Cities and region.
Monday brought a record-breaking 1.9 inches of rain at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, but we're still 4½ inches below average for the year. There's a chance of showers, with a warmup on the way.
The high cost of entry for access rights and equipment and the increasing unpredictability of fish stocks due to human-caused climate change deters many people from starting a long term career in the field.
Twin Cities morning weather forecast for Tuesday, Sept. 26