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ST. PAUL, MN- KARE 11, a local television station affiliated with NBC and owned by Gannett, will move its Downtown newsroom to the new Science Museum of Minnesota at 120 West Kellogg Blvd. Thursdsay. The newsroom is located adjacent to the Omni Theater on the main lobby level.

“This location puts us at ground zero to report the exciting things happening in St. Paul,” says KARE 11 President John Remes. “We also look forward to telling the great stories that are going on inside the museum.”

The newsroom had been located in the First Bank building Downtown.

Meanwhile, rival WCCO-TV, a CBS affiliate, is reportedly looking at re-establishing an office in Downtown — possibly in the new Lawson Commons complex — after it had closed its Downtown office about a decade ago.

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