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Jesse Ventura trial: 2 questions from jury, but no verdict Video included

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After 4 hours of deliberations on Tuesday, the Jesse Ventura defamation trial continued Wednesday as jurors work toward a verdict at the federal courthouse in St. Paul, Minn. More>>

3 options to restore White Bear Lake, aquifer Video included

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The Metropolitan Council released a draft report on Wednesday that details three potential ways to restore the aquifer that supplies groundwater in the northeast metro and area lakes, including White Bear Lake. More>>

Popular singer, member of Somali parliament killed in drive-by shooting

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Saddo Ali Warsame, a popular singer and member of the Somali parliament, was killed in a drive-by shooting Wednesday in Mogadishu. Warsame spent several years living in Minnesota, spending time in both Minneapolis and St. Cloud.
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MPD to increase police presence in high-crime areas Video included

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On Wednesday, Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges and Police Chief Janeé Harteau announced that the city's police department will boost resources in north Minneapolis and in hot spots for crime on the city's south side. More>>

Young musician debuts oboe in Mayo Clinic's OR

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Mara Reed is a young, Minnesota musician who had to make a tough choice -- give up her love of an instrument or try something drastic to keep playing. She chose the latter, and this is her story. More>>

12 adorable moments from Gillette Children's carnival day

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St. Paul firefighters transformed one level of the parking garage into a carnival for patients at Gillette Children’s Hospital. This is the 55th year of the carnival. More>>

Why Interstate 494 is about to get worse

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A groundbreaking ceremony was held Wednesday morning in Plymouth, Minn. on a major expansion of Interstate 494. The $86 million project will add a third lane to a 6-mile stretch of 494 between Highway 55 and the Fish Lake interchange in Maple Grove, Minn. More>>

These men robbed Pawn America, shot employee in Roseville

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Police have released surveillance video and photos from an armed robbery and shooting at Pawn America on Rice Street in Roseville, Minn. The robbery and shooting happened just before 6 p.m. Monday, July 21. More>>

Woman falls out of car onto Hwy 52, State Patrol seeks driver

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The Minnesota State Patrol is asking for the public’s help in finding the driver of a Black Hyundai Sonata traveling Highway 52 near Chatfield on Saturday when a female passenger fell out of the window and onto the road. More>>

No suit filed Tuesday, lawyer recommends Kluwe, Vikings keep talking

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The attorney for former Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe recommended the Vikings and Kluwe continue with their conversations amid an apparent pending lawsuit against the team.


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Beautiful brows by day, gun range by night Video included

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Krystal Dunn is ambitious -- she opened up Brow Bella salon at age 24. By day, she pampers guests by shaping their eyebrows amid other delightful spa services, but by night, she’s a competitive shooter. More>>

Michele Bachmann: 'No intention' to run for president again

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Michele Bachmann says her comments to RealClearPolitics regarding the 2016 presidential race were wrongly interpreted. Bachmann clarified her status in a Facebook post, saying, “At this time I have indicated no intention to once again run for the top spot in 2016.”


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Tiny Target now open in Dinkytown

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Target's tiniest offspring is now open -- you can now shop at TargetExpress, a 20,000 sq. ft. store in Dinkytown near the University of Minnesota campus. More>>

Winona State football player dies during on-campus workout Video included

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The Winona State University campus is shocked and grieving after a 22-year-old student and member of the team's football team collapsed and died on campus during a work-out with his teammates. More>>

EXCLUSIVE: Somali-American elders make citizen's arrest of suspected recruiter Video included

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The motto of the Department of Homeland Security is "see something, say something" -- and a group of Somali-Americans did just that when they thought a man was trying to recruit teens to fight in Syria. More>>

PHOTO: 'Disgraceful' sign at church in Oak Park Heights Video included

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Residents in the Stillwater area were shocked to see a sign next to a local church display the message "God bless the KKK" on Monday, and police in the small Minnesota town of Oak Park Heights are looking into it. More>>

Minnesota Zoo rescues abandoned moose calves Video included

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The moose population in Minnesota is dropping drastically, and no one seems to know why -- but while the chances of seeing a moose in the wild keep dwindling, the odds of spotting one at the zoo are a sure bet.
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FAA stops all flights to and from Israel Video included

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The Federal Aviation Administration on Tuesday ordered U.S. airlines to stop from flying to Israel after a rocket exploded just one mile from Ben Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv. Delta had already suspended its flights to and from Israel indefinitely.


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The future of the former Ford assembly plant Video included

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With demolition almost complete, the dreams of what the site of the former Ford assembly plant in St. Paul are getting bigger -- but the final fate of the 122-acre site may be decided by soil tests. More>>

'Rich door, poor door' plan sparks criticism in NYC Video included

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City leaders in the Big Apple have approved a plan for a condo tower that will allow wealthier occupants of luxury condos to enter one door while requiring lower-income residents to use another. More>>

Brynn's Smile Box helps with cleft lip, palate recovery Video included

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A Minnesota family that struggled to find a support system after their newborn was born with a cleft lip and palate is working to make connecting a bit easier so that other families can find their smiles once more. More>>

Cordarrelle Patterson makes Vikings fans do tricks for tickets Video included

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With just a few days to go before the Vikings hit the road to Mankato for training camp, single-game tickets go on sale Tuesday. More>>

Candlelight vigil honors Monticello doctor killed in crash Video included

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Over the years, he helped bring hundreds of people into the world -- but Monticello Dr. Eric Lefebvre's sudden death in an unusual weekend crash shocked those whose lives he touched. More>>

DEFENSE: Ventura 'is either deluding himself or telling you things that aren't true' Video included

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The Jesse Ventura defamation trial is now in the hands of a ten-person jury, going into deliberations at the federal courthouse in St. Paul with a lot to consider. Each side got exactly one hour to make their final statements to the jury this morning, and both attorneys delivered compelling arguments. More>>

Minnesota AG: For-profit colleges 'exploited dream' of police hopefuls

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Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson filed a lawsuit Tuesday against Minnesota School of Business and Globe University for misleading marketing and aggressive enrollment tactics that target criminal justice students, despite degree programs that don't lead to careers as police officers.
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5 things Minneapolis wants before renewing Pedal Pub's license

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From bro dates to bachelorette parties, pedal pubs have become a popular group activity in the Twin Cities, but with 38 Minneapolis citizen complaints cited against the party on wheels, the City Council will hear a list of demands regarding tighter regulations at a regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday. More>>

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  • THE REPORTERS: Glen Taylor, Archdiocese whistleblower, Jesse Ventura trial

    THE REPORTERS: Glen Taylor, Archdiocese whistleblower, Jesse Ventura trial

    Friday, July 18 2014 5:30 PM EDT2014-07-18 21:30:10 GMT
    In this edition of The Reporters with Tom Lyden: One-on-one with Glen Taylor in his first major television interview since buying the Star Tribune. Minnesota Public Radio's Madeleine Baran, whistleblower Jennifer Haselberger and the sex scandal saga at the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis. And an insider's perspective of Jesse Ventura's defamation trial against the late author and former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle.
    In this edition of The Reporters with Tom Lyden: One-on-one with Glen Taylor in his first major television interview since buying the Star Tribune. Minnesota Public Radio's Madeleine Baran, whistleblower Jennifer Haselberger and the sex scandal saga at the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis. And an insider's perspective of Jesse Ventura's defamation trial against the late author and former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle.
  • Glen Taylor one-on-one

    Glen Taylor one-on-one

    In his first major television interview since buying the Star Tribune, Glen Taylor talks about news coverage, conflict of interest, buyouts, and bias.

    In his first major television interview since buying the Star Tribune, Glen Taylor talks about news coverage, conflict of interest, buyouts, and bias.

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  • Beautiful brows by day, gun range by night

    Beautiful brows by day, gun range by night

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 12:51 PM EDT2014-07-23 16:51:05 GMT
    Krystal Dunn is ambitious -- she opened up Brow Bella salon at age 24. By day, she pampers guests by shaping their eyebrows amid other delightful spa services, but by night, she’s a competitive shooter.
    Krystal Dunn is ambitious -- she opened up Brow Bella salon at age 24. By day, she pampers guests by shaping their eyebrows amid other delightful spa services, but by night, she’s a competitive shooter.
  • EXCLUSIVE: Somali-American elders make citizen's arrest of suspected recruiter

    EXCLUSIVE: Somali-American elders make citizen's arrest of suspected recruiter

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 10:20 AM EDT2014-07-23 14:20:31 GMT
    The motto of the Department of Homeland Security is "see something, say something" -- and a group of Somali-Americans did just that when they thought a man was trying to recruit teens to fight in Syria.
    The motto of the Department of Homeland Security is "see something, say something" -- and a group of Somali-Americans did just that when they thought a man was trying to recruit teens to fight in Syria.
  • Tiny Target now open in Dinkytown

    Tiny Target now open in Dinkytown

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 9:58 AM EDT2014-07-23 13:58:36 GMT
    Target's tiniest offspring is now open -- you can now shop at TargetExpress, a 20,000 sq. ft. store in Dinkytown near the University of Minnesota campus.
    Target's tiniest offspring is now open -- you can now shop at TargetExpress, a 20,000 sq. ft. store in Dinkytown near the University of Minnesota campus.
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  • 50 photos that capture our favorite All-Star moments

    50 photos that capture our favorite All-Star moments

    Wednesday, July 16 2014 3:08 PM EDT2014-07-16 19:08:45 GMT
    Between Derek Jeter's final All-Star Game and hometown hero Glen Perkins closing it out, fans left Target Field with memories that will last a lifetime.
    Between Derek Jeter's final All-Star Game and hometown hero Glen Perkins closing it out, fans left Target Field with memories that will last a lifetime.
  • PHOTOS: Nelly, B.o.B light up All-Star Bash

    PHOTOS: Nelly, B.o.B light up All-Star Bash

    Monday, July 14 2014 9:15 AM EDT2014-07-14 13:15:04 GMT
    A few blocks from Target Field, 2014 MLB All-Star celebrations continued as MLB.com hosted the All-Star Bash at Epic nightclub Sunday night.
    A few blocks from Target Field, 2014 MLB All-Star celebrations continued as MLB.com hosted the All-Star Bash at Epic nightclub Sunday night.
  • 16 magical photos of after-the-storm rainbows

    16 magical photos of after-the-storm rainbows

    Tuesday, July 8 2014 12:01 AM EDT2014-07-08 04:01:20 GMT
    Storms hammered parts of Minnesota and western Wisconsin with hail and heavy winds Monday evening, but as the clouds washed away, they painted the sky with glorious rainbows (and double rainbows).
    Storms hammered parts of Minnesota and western Wisconsin with hail and heavy winds Monday evening, but as the clouds washed away, they painted the sky with glorious rainbows (and double rainbows).
  • Are you kidding me?More>>

  • Beautiful brows by day, gun range by night

    Beautiful brows by day, gun range by night

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 12:51 PM EDT2014-07-23 16:51:05 GMT
    Krystal Dunn is ambitious -- she opened up Brow Bella salon at age 24. By day, she pampers guests by shaping their eyebrows amid other delightful spa services, but by night, she’s a competitive shooter.
    Krystal Dunn is ambitious -- she opened up Brow Bella salon at age 24. By day, she pampers guests by shaping their eyebrows amid other delightful spa services, but by night, she’s a competitive shooter.
  • 'Rich door, poor door' plan sparks criticism in NYC

    'Rich door, poor door' plan sparks criticism in NYC

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 8:49 PM EDT2014-07-23 00:49:30 GMT
    City leaders in the Big Apple have approved a plan for a condo tower that will allow wealthier occupants of luxury condos to enter one door while requiring lower-income residents to use another.
    City leaders in the Big Apple have approved a plan for a condo tower that will allow wealthier occupants of luxury condos to enter one door while requiring lower-income residents to use another.
  • Zelich pleads not guilty to hiding corpses because bodies found

    Zelich pleads not guilty to hiding corpses because bodies found

    Thursday, July 17 2014 5:59 PM EDT2014-07-17 21:59:04 GMT
    Although former West Allis Police Officer Steven Zelich admitted to causing the deaths of two women whose bodies were found in suitcases in rural Wisconsin, he plead not guilty to two counts of hiding a corpse on Thursday.
    Although former West Allis Police Officer Steven Zelich admitted to causing the deaths of two women whose bodies were found in suitcases in rural Wisconsin, he plead not guilty to two counts of hiding a corpse on Thursday.

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