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Minnesota United beats St. Louis City in first defeat, 1-0

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Minnesota United improves to 5-1-1 in its last seven matches against expansion teams since the start of 2020 and has allowed just one goal.

ST. LOUIS — Luis Amarilla scored on a second-half penalty kick and Minnesota United snapped the five-match win streak of expansion St. Louis City with a 1-0 victory on Saturday night.

Amarilla’s goal came after a tripping foul on St. Louis City’s Kyle Hiebert in the 78th minute.

St. Louis City (5-1-0) ends with the third-longest win streak to begin an expansion season. The LA Galaxy (1996) and Sporting Kansas City (2012) both won seven straight in inaugural campaigns.

Dayne St. Clair finished with three saves to earn the clean sheet for Minnesota United (3-0-2). Roman Bürki did not make a save for St. Louis City.

Minnesota United improves to 5-1-1 in its last seven matches against expansion teams since the start of 2020 and has allowed just one goal.

St. Clair held João Klauss in check. Last week Klauss became the sixth player in league history to have a hand in at least one goal in his first five career matches.

Minnesota United matched its club record with its third straight victory on the road.

St. Louis City entered play with an MLS-record 11-goal differential through five matches.

Minnesota United travels to play the Chicago Fire on Saturday. St. Louis City hits the road to play the Seattle Sounders on Saturday.

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Flooded roads slow St. Paul drivers

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A Flash Flood Watch was issued for parts of the metro through early afternoon.

MINNEAPOLIS — A cloudburst over the Twin Cities reminded drivers to slow down on Sunday morning. 

Flooding was reported on several roads in St. Paul and West St. Paul. MnDOT traffic cameras showed water over the road on I-35E near the 7th Street Exit. 

In West St. Paul, KARE 11’s cameras caught water flowing over Oakdale Avenue between Wentworth Avenue and Mendota Road. Public Works officials said construction in the area led to storm drain blockages. 

Two vehicles were towed. 


Other posters on social media shared videos of flooded roads around West St. Paul. 

Just before 11 a.m., the National Weather Service issued a Flash Flood Warning for parts of Dakota and Ramsey Counties, including St. Paul, Maplewood, Eagan and other neighboring communities until 12:45 p.m. 

The storms dumping rain on the metro are forecasted to clear out by Sunday afternoon. Wet weather will stay in the forecast through Tuesday. 

The Minnesota Department of Transportation warns drivers to “Turn Around, Don’t Drown” on flooded roads. Six inches of water will reach the undercarriage of most vehicles and can cause stalling. As little as a foot of water will float many cars and trucks. 

Driving on a closed road can cost you up to $1,000 in fines or 90 days in jail in Minnesota. 





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Local reactions to Biden dropping out of the 2024 race

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Lawmakers posted their well-wishes to the President on Sunday after he announced he would not seek reelection, endorsing VP Kamala Harris.

ST PAUL, Minn — On Sunday, President Joe Biden announced on social media that he would not seek reelection in the 2024 election. Across social media and across the state, reactions poured in. 

Minnesota’s Governor Tim Walz called President Biden a hero. 

Senator Amy Klobuchar shared a picture of herself and the president. 

In a statement shared with the press, Minnesota DFL Chair Ken Martin said in part:

“As we thank President Biden for his service and for everything he has done for our country, we must also look ahead to the existential stakes in November. Our party must now rally behind Vice-President Harris and emerge as a united front ready to defeat Donald Trump.”

RELATED: Reactions to Joe Biden dropping out of the presidential race pour in

Minnesota Attorney General Keither Ellison noted that Biden put his country over his personal ambition: 

Senate Majority Leader Erin Murphy released the following statement on Sunday: 

“Joe Biden is an extraordinary president. I’m grateful for his investments in our freedom and prosperity. America is strong for his leadership. With a full heart, thank you Mr. President.

Our future rests in our hands, the people of this country. Our fight for our families, communities, our freedom and America’s democracy are the work of this election. I have faith in what we will accomplish when we work together.”

RELATED: No, Kamala Harris will not automatically replace Biden as presidential nominee





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Crews cleaning up after train derails in Big Lake

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On Saturday, 15 cars piled up on the tracks near Big Lake, slowing drivers and canceling trains to Minneapolis.

SHERBURNE COUNTY, Minn. — After a train carrying consumer goods went off the track in Sherburne County, railroad officials said crews are getting closer to clearing away the resulting mess. 

On Sunday, officials with BNSF said Main Track 2 returned to service Sunday morning. They anticipate Main Track 1 will open later on Sunday night. 

For a second day, Metro Transit said the Northstar service to the Twins game at 12: 05 p.m. is canceled. No replacement bus service is available. 

Early on Saturday morning, the Sherburne County Sheriff’s Office said a BNSF train derailed near 197th Avenue and County Road 14 around 3:15. No injuries were reported and officials said there was no threat to the public. 

Near Big Lake, 172nd Street Northwest was blocked between 197th Avenue and County Road 14. 

RELATED: Train derails in Sherburne County





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