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Philadelphia pledges better response after Black man's deathPhiladelphia police pledged to release 911 tapes and police body camera footage "in the near future" in the shooting death of a Black man with a history of mental health problems, a death that prompted protests, widespread vandalism and an overnight curfew days before Election Day.

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Senate candidate Jason Lewis discharged from hospital after emergency surgeryRepublican U.S. Senate candidate Jason Lewis was released two days after undergoing emergency surgery in Hibbing.

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Sitting at top of NBA draft, Timberwolves know ‘the trade possibilities start with us'These are the times for which Sachin Gupta lives. The Minnesota Timberwolves executive vice president of basketball operations was the brains behind ESPN's Trade Machine function that NBA fans use daily to concoct potential deals.

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Hurricane Zeta hits Louisiana with flooding, power outagesHurricane Zeta slammed into storm-weary Louisiana on Wednesday with New Orleans squarely in its path, pelting homes and businesses with rain and howling winds, knocking out power to thousands and threatening to push up to 9 feet of sea water inland in a Gulf Coast region already pounded by multiple storms this year.

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Unclaimed couple buried together at Fargo National CemeteryThe couple have no known next of kin, so the fact Tuesday's ceremony garnered much attention at all was due in large part to Alison Webster and Jacques Boucher.

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Pick-prone Vikings QB Kirk Cousins needs ‘to finish the year in a much different place'Kirk Cousins is halfway to what would be an ugly milestone. Cousins has thrown 10 interceptions in six games.

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In election video, Govs. Ventura, Pawlenty, Dayton, Walz plead for patience, civilityST. PAUL — Vote. Be patient. Be civil. That's the message from Minnesota's last four governors in a multipartisan video released Wednesday, Oct.

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North Dakota, Minnesota together could slow rapid COVID-19 spread, Walz tells Moorhead groupMOORHEAD — Saying COVID-19 is now "spreading exponentially" in Minnesota, Gov. Tim Walz said there is still a "window of hope" to beat the virus back.

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Mayo: Trump rallygoers may need to get a COVID-19 testRochester mayor instructs airport official not to violate crowd limits, asks vulnerable populations to stay home.

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Former U.S. Homeland Security official says he wrote anonymous op-ed on TrumpThe op-ed and book that followed it, called "A Warning," caused brief flurries of attention, although they were overshadowed by a series of books written by well-known former Trump associates, both pro and con, who identified themselves as the authors of their work.

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Social media CEOs rebuff bias claims, vow to defend electionUnder fire from President Donald Trump and his allies, the CEOs of Twitter, Facebook and Google rebuffed accusations of anti-conservative bias at a Senate hearing Wednesday and promised to aggressively defend their platforms from being used to sow chaos in next week's election.

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The Cathedral of St. Paul to present free organ recital for All Souls DayDr. Christopher Ganza, choirmaster and organist of the Cathedral of St. Paul, will present a free organ recital for All Souls Day, at 7:30 p.m.

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Democrats raise concerns about U.S. Postal delays ahead of electionHouse Oversight and Reform Committee chairwoman Carolyn Maloney said Postal "delays are now jeopardizing the delivery of election mail, so I encourage all Americans who have not yet voted to vote in person or use designated election drop boxes."

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Letters: Rounding the curve? Look outThe president says we are rounding the curve in the battle with the coronavirus. Apparently, around the curve is a cliff that we are in danger of falling off.

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Tupperware profits soar as pandemic shut-ins store leftoversSILVER SPRING, Md.  Tupperware relied on social gatherings for explosive growth in the mid 20th century.

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T.J. Maxx to reopen in St. Paul's MidwayShuttered since being looted in late May, a T.J. Maxx department store in St. Pauls Midway neighborhood will reopen on Thursday.

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Trump returning to Wisconsin for 3rd time in a week as Marquette poll shows Biden leadingMADISON, Wis. — President Donald Trump planned to hold a rally in Green Bay on Friday, marking his third stop in a week to Wisconsin as part of a final push from both sides to capture the key swing state as coronavirus cases soared to new heights.

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As virus surges in Wisconsin, GOP leader open to more aid; UW cancels football wisgameMADISON, Wis. — Coronavirus cases that hit record highs this week in Wisconsin continued to soar on Wednesday, and a Republican legislative leader said he was open to approving more aid to combat the virus in the face of a new poll that shows sinking approval ratings for lawmakers less than a week before Election Day.

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Ag Innovation Campus breaks ground in CrookstonThe Ag Innovation Campus, which will give its customers the opportunity to add value to their oilseed commodities, has the potential to have a 10-fold economic return, which will be far reaching, according to Walz, who was on hand for the groundbreaking.

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Hoops on Hops: Beer and candy, plus a scary storyIf you have a bowl of Halloween candy at home, I have some ideas of beers that would go well with some old standards.

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St. Cloud Man Found Guilty in December 2019 StabbingThe jury's verdict, announced Wednesday, finds 29-year-old Lawrence Michael Johnson guilty of one felony count of second-degree murder with intent, without premeditation and one felony count of second-degree, unintentional murder while committing a felony.

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Pedestrian Killed by Train Near KandiyohiThe incident happened Wednesday afternoon, according to the Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office.

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The daily coronavirus update: 21st consecutive day of more than 1,000 new cases in MinnesotaMinnPost provides updates on coronavirus in Minnesota Sunday through Friday. The information is published following a press phone call with members of the Walz administration or after the release of daily COVID-19 figures by the Minnesota Department of Health.

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Hurricane Zeta crashes onshore in storm-weary LouisianaHurricane Zeta slammed into storm-weary Louisiana on Wednesday with New Orleans squarely in its path, threatening to push up to 9 feet of sea water inland and batter homes and businesses with fierce winds in a Gulf Coast region already pounded by multiple storms this year.

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Trump to return to Minnesota for Rochester rally on FridayROCHESTER, Minn. — As Election Day looms, President Donald Trump is returning to Minnesota for a rally Friday in Rochester that will mark his fourth trip to the state in recent weeks, his campaign announced Wednesday.

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Deceased 3rd-party candidate reportedly tapped by Republicans to undermine CraigAdam Weeks was never going to win Minnesota’s 2nd District seat in Congress, but the deceased Legal Marijuana Now Party candidate has had an outsize effect on the race.

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Vikings-Packers Week 8 Injury Report: Dalvin Cook Limited in ReturnEAGAN, Minn. — Vikings running back Dalvin Cook was back in action Wednesday on a "limited" basis at Twin Cities Orthopedics Performance Center.

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Body cam, 911 tapes in Walter Wallace killing to be releasedThe police commissioner in Philadelphia said Wednesday that her department will release 911 tapes and footage from police body cameras "in the near future" in the shooting death of a Black man following two nights of protests that set off clashes with police and break-ins of stores on the other side of the city.

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Europe and US facing new round of shutdowns amid virus surgeA new wave of lockdowns and business closings swept across France, Germany and other places in Europe on Wednesday as surging coronavirus infections there and in the U.S. wipe out months of progress against the scourge on two continents.

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Feds to announce wolf delisting Thursday in MinnesotaInterior Secretary David Bernhardt will make the long-awaited announcement at the Minnesota River Valley National Wildlife Refuge.

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St. Paul woman pleads guilty to nearly $100,000 in tax fraudA St. Paul woman on Tuesday admitted to defrauding the IRS while she was working as a tax preparer in Columbus, Ohio.

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Reader's View: Bergstrom echoing Trump's divisivenessI was disappointed by the Oct. 7 endorsement in the Minnesota Senate District 7 race.

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Esko man charged for drug-induced homicide in Douglas CountyCriminal complaint: The pills containing fentanyl were sold at a Superior residence.

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Vikings Ground Game Key to Grinding ClockThe running back has been working through a groin injury he suffered on the opening play of the second half at Seattle in Week 5 and said the extra week helped.

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Kaufman: Seven U.S. Senate races that could change the countryThe presidential campaign gets the lion's share of attention but in a country with three distinct branches of government, a U.S Senate majority is just as vital.

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Minnesota woman arrested, charged with setting home on fireFirefighters at the scene reported to deputies the fire appeared suspicious and was possibly arson.

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Justice Dept. charges 8 in Chinese harassment plot in USWASHINGTON  The Justice Department has charged eight people with working on behalf of the Chinese government in a pressure campaign aimed at coercing a New Jersey man who was wanted by...

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In election video, Govs. Ventura, Pawlenty, Dayton, Walz plead for patience, civilityVote. Be patient. Be civil. Thats the message from Minnesotas last four governors in a multipartisan video released Wednesday.

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MLB criticizes Turner for returning to field after COVID-19 positiveMajor League Baseball said Justin Turner placed everyone with whom he came in contact at risk for COVID-19 upon returning to the field to celebrate the Los Angeles Dodgers' World Series victory on Tuesday night, Oct.

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Regenerative farming: Why isn't it more prevalent in Minnesota?One cannot help but draw a connection between the underutilization of regenerative practices and the high number of big agricultural companies headquartered in the state.

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County Auditor's View: County ready for an accurate, safe, secure electionElections play a vital role in our democracy, and, as St. Louis County auditor, I take the responsibility of administering fair and impartial elections very seriously.

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Carlton County records 21 more COVID-19 infections — a single-day highOne more person died of the virus in St. Louis County.

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Cousins Focused on Balancing Cautious and Aggressive PlayAnd with the Vikings quarterback off to perhaps the worst start of his NFL career — at least in terms of turnovers — he likened his approach going forward to the approach of a hitter on the diamond who is looking to boost his batting average.

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Clearview Elementary to Temporarily Shift to Distance LearningSt. Cloud School District 742 announced Wednesday that Clearview Elementary School will be temporarily moving to distance learning starting Thursday, October 29th.

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Minneapolis BLM protesters chant: 'Shoot back at the police'Black Lives Matter protesters who marched through the streets of Minneapolis Tuesday night called for shooting the police.

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Rochester Man Arrested In Woman's Fentanyl Overdose DeathA 37-year-old Rochester man has been arrested in connection to a woman's overdose death in Mankato.

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COVID-19 Saliva Testing Site Opens in St. CloudSt. Cloud's semi-permanent COVID-19 saliva testing site opened Wednesday in the River's Edge Convention Center.

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Nice Ride In Minneapolis To Close Down For Winter In Early NovemberNice Ride Minnesota announced it will be shutting down for the winter in Minneapolis next month.

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Children's Minnesota health system eliminates 150 jobsPlus: Protesting outside politicians' homes; the NYT on how Minnesota generates its electricity; north Minneapolis gospel artist tops the charts again; the Twin Cities' carjacking epidemic; Trump to campaign in Rochester on Friday; and more.

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Woman Accused Of Setting House On Fire In Crow Wing CountyA 34-year-old Trommald, Minnesota woman has been arrested in connection with a house fire Tuesday evening.

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4 Minnesota Governors Collaborate To Urge Minnesotans To Vote"The four of us don't agree on everything. But we do agree on this: The 2020 election is too important to sit out."

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Judge says Texas mask mandate must extend to polling placesBut election officials Wednesday did not appear to be rushing to enforce the order. It was handed down after more than 8 million people have already cast ballots.

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Indian agency raids home of journalist, activists in KashmirSRINAGAR, India — India's premier investigating agency on Wednesday says it raided nearly a dozen locations in Indian-controlled Kashmir including the offices and residences of a journalist and two prominent activists.

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Police: Shooting wounds 1 near Indiana State UniversityTERRE HAUTE, Ind. — Police in western Indiana are searching for a suspect after a person was shot and wounded at an apartment complex near the Indiana State University campus.

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Belarus minister says police could use guns during protestsKYIV, Ukraine — The interior minister of Belarus has warned that authorities wouldn't hesitate to approve the use of live ammunition on protesters, if it's necessary to quash more than 2 1/2 months of demonstrations against the reelection of the country's authoritarian president.

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Tupperware is partying like it's 1965SILVER SPRING, Md. — Tupperware relied on social gatherings for explosive growth in the mid 20th century.

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Phoenix Indian hospital abruptly shuts down birthing centerSunshine and brisk winds today Slightly warmer air is blowing into the region today ahead of a weak storm system that is approaching the Upper&.

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Minneapolis Woman Carjacked In Broad Daylight: 'They Are Brazen, They're Not Afraid'Carjackings are now so common, Minneapolis police created a new system to track them. That system started last month.

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60 charged in magazine scam that netted $300M from elderly, vulnerable peopleIt's being called the largest elder fraud scheme in the country.

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Leaders in Wichita chastise 3 over plot to smear mayorWICHITA, Kan. — Elected officeholders in Wichita are formally chastising three GOP officials over a plot to smear the Democratic mayor of Kansas' largest city and then try to shift the blame to a local Republican Party chairman.

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Diocese of Fargo announces the death of Monsignor Jeffrey Wald from COVID 19 complicationsThe 59 year old was Pastor of St. James Basilica in Jamestown, St. Mathias Church in Windsor and St. Margaret Mary Church in Buchanan.

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Night Trains at Twin City Model Railroad Museum a€“ Saturdays through FebruaryIt's time for another favorite seasonal tradition - Night Trains! Night Trains is a special holiday tradition at the Twin City Model Railroad Museum in St. Paul.

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The state of federal environmental policy during the Trump yearsClimate change hasn't gotten much attention this election cycle. It's hard to compete with a global pandemic.

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President Trump To Hold Friday Night Rally In RochesterPresident Donald Trump will be returning to Minnesota on Friday to hold a rally as the presidential election is just days away.

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There's a lot of money being spent on Minnesota Legislative races. Here's who's spending it — and where it's goingThe most recent reports show money raised and spent between September 15 and Oct.

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New Entertainment Area to Open at Mall of AmericaCalled the Fair on 4, it will feature fair food favorites, beer, wine, cocktails, and games.

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60 Charged In Telemarketing Scam That Got $300M From 150,000 Vulnerable PeopleMinnesota U.S. Attorney Erica MacDonald announced the charges Wednesday. She called it the largest elder fraud scheme in the country.

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60 Charged in $300M Phone Scam Targeting Elderly VictimsSixty people have been charged in a widespread magazine telemarketing scam that authorities say netted $300 million from more than 150,000 elderly and vulnerable people nationwide, the U.S. attorney’s office in Minnesota announced Wednesday.

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City Pages shutting down effective immediatelyStar Tribune Media Company announced Wednesday that City Pages, its controversial alt-weekly, will "permanently cease operations effective today."

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Why a race in southern Minnesota is so key to the GOP's hopes of retaining the state SenateThe state Senate district that includes Austin and Albert Lea is one of a handful in Greater Minnesota that Republicans don’t control, and flipping the seat away from DFL Sen.

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Hunter's ex-business partner Tony Bobulinski: 'Joe Biden and the Biden family are compromised'Hunter Biden's ex-business partner Tony Bobulinski told Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Tuesday that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will be "compromised" as president because of his family's business dealings with China.

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Coronavirus In Minnesota: MDH Reports 1,900+ New COVID-19 Cases, 19 More DeathsAs the midwest faces a spike in coronavirus cases, Minnesota health officials on Wednesday reported 1,916 new COVID-19 cases and 19 more deaths.

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President Trump will speak at Rochester campaign rally FridayROCHESTER, Minn. — Days before the Nov. 3 presidential election, Donald Trump will again make his case in Minnesota with a Friday, Oct.

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Badgers Game Against Nebraska Canceled; Coach Paul Chryst Tests Positive For COVIDMADISON, Wis. — No. 9 Wisconsin has canceled its game at Nebraska on Saturday and paused all team activities for at least seven days after a dozen people within the program including coach Paul Chryst tested positive for COVID-19.

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Feds in Minnesota charge 60 in $335M magazine fraud scheme that defrauded tens of thousands of seniors nationwidePurporting to be an attorney from an international firm based in Chicago, the man on the other end of the line grew impatient and threatened legal action before the woman, identified in court documents as "Betty M.," hung up the phone.

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Billy's On Grand Closing For Winter; Owners Cite COVID-19, Late Night ViolenceAdd Billy's On Grand in St. Paul to the list of Twin Cities restaurants going into hibernation this winter.

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US charges 8 in alleged Chinese surveillance effort in USWASHINGTON — The Justice Department has charged eight people with participating in a covert effort on behalf of the Chinese government that aimed to locate Chinese dissidents and others in the U.S. who were wanted by Beijing.

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Reader's View: Voters need to expand their visionThe truth is told. I couldn't have said it better than the Oct. 17 letter, " Will we ever as a society be able to expand our vision?"

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Have you applied for Minnesota's COVID-19 Housing Assistance Program? We'd like to talk to youST. PAUL — Forum News Service seeks to speak with Minnesotans who applied for the state's COVID-19 Housing Assistance Program for a possible news article.

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North Dakota reports 781 new COVID-19 cases and 12 deaths WednesdayForty-three counties report new cases. Burleigh County reports the most new cases with 147 and Ward County the second most with 140.

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Ammunition in short supply in northern Minnesota as deer season approachesIncreased demand during the pandemic, along with supply chain issues, have hit most popular calibers.

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How to Help Someone in a Domestic Violence SituationThink of four women in your life. Chances are one of them will be affected by domestic violence at some point.

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Lake City, Minn., firefighter dies in single-vehicle crashLAKE CITY, Minn. — The Lake City Fire Department is mourning the loss of one of its own.

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Astronomy UpdateThe upcoming full moon is the second this month and showing up when it is nearly as far away from Earth as can be.

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City Pages Shutting Down, Effectively Ending Era Of Alternative WeekliesThe paper began under the moniker Sweet Potato in 1979 before rechristening as City Pages two years later.

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Social Distancing: Lefse FacemasksDid you know lefse makes a pretty good hot dog bun as well? My girlfriend ate them that way when she was a kid, and she showed me that trick a few weeks ago.

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LIVE: New Book From Moorhead Author Examines Rapture ProphecyA new book from an author right here in Moorhead imagines a media circus surrounding a small-town farmer and preacher who claims the Rapture is coming.

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Lunchbreak: Justin Jefferson Still PFF's Highest-Graded RookieAnalytics website Pro Football Focus has graded every NFL rookie so far this season, and the Vikings wide receiver ranks atop the class with an overall grade of 90.8 so far in 2020.

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How politics paralyzed Wisconsin's pandemic response — and left families to grieve their lossesCourts and the Legislature limited the powers of the Democratic governor. Partisan messaging led many residents to spurn masks and distancing.

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1 dead in early Wednesday crash on Interstate 694The 28-year-old driver was not wearing a seatbelt, the State Patrol said.

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Danielle Hunter Out For 2020 NFL SeasonEAGAN, Minn. — Danielle Hunter hasn't played a snap yet in 2020, and it's now a certainty he won't see the field for the rest of the season.

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Red River diversion opponents in Minnesota, N.D. agree to settle complaintsFARGO, N.D. — North Dakota and Minnesota residents who have been fighting plans for a Red River diversion channel around the Fargo-Moorhead area have agreed to a settlement with the public group managing the project.

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Gunfire Hits Woman On Early Morning Dog Walk In St. PaulA woman was shot early Wednesday morning while walking her dog in St. Paul.

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Twitter, Google CEOs defend key internet law before U.S. Senate panelThe hearing comes after Republican President Donald Trump has repeatedly called for tech companies to be held accountable for allegedly stifling conservative voices.

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Driver goes off the road near CasseltonIrvis posted "Falling asleep behind the wheel is dangerous. The driver state, "God saved me." I'll agree with that."

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As jails free thousands amid COVID-19, reform push takes rootBetween February and May, the number of detainees in 471 of the nation's largest jails dropped by more than 100,000, Reuters found.

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Census success! Nearly every address, housing unit accounted forMinnesota, consistently a top state in voter turnout, is equally impressive at being counted in the U.S. Census, as it turns out.

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Scientists warn Americans are expecting too much from a vaccine"We're probably not going to have the perfect vaccine," said Dr. Corey Casper, a vaccinologist with the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and chief executive officer at the Infectious Disease Research Institute in Seattle.

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Fire Crews Respond To House Fire In Golden ValleyThe Golden Valley Fire Department says its fire crews are working to put out a house fire Wednesday morning.

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Minnesota Football: RoWINg to MarylandFingers crossed a worse opponent fields better results for Minnesota.

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Recent Reads: October 2020Writers write, of course, but did you know that not all authors read? I know, right?

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5 Vikings-Packers Storylines to Watch in Week 8"I'm just trying to dig into everything," Head Coach Mike Zimmer said Monday. " 'What can we do better, how can we win a game in the fourth quarter, how can we be better at time of possession, how can we be better on defense in the passing game?"

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Environmental group argues Line 3 pipeline replacement is no longer neededHonor the Earth filed the petition with the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission Tuesday.

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Minnesota DNR report: Early ice forms on small lakes, still unsafe for travelCO John Slatinski IV reports that although the snow has slowed grouse activity, there were still plenty of hunters in the area chasing them.

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1930s Germany and 2020 USA: Should we fear the parallels?The dangers are real. Timothy Snyder spelled them out in his short book, "About Tyranny."

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Where to get help in the NorthlandThis list includes resources where people can get help during the COVID-19 pandemic. Check back for updates.

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How to help in the NorthlandThis list includes ways the public can help area organizations and causes during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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New shows open at Mia and Highpoint; Regina Marie Williams reads ‘Fannie Lou Hamer: Speak On It! 'A virtual SPCO "Postcards Across the Atlantic"; Hennepin History to Crop Art; and more.

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Minnesota man who had 28 DWIs dies weeks after leaving prisonDanny Lee Bettcher is considered the most prolific drunken driver in Minnesota history.

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Poll: Amid Pandemic, Many Feel Ready To Get Engaged To PartnersApparently the pandemic is helping women to get to know their partner better. Nearly half say one month in quarantine feels like spending a year in a relationship.

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Halloween Storybook Hike at Riverbend Nature CenterHave you ever been on a storybook hike? We've been on a few, some we knew about and made plans to attend.

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Health leader calls Wisconsin's COVID-19 situation a 'nightmare scenario'That is the reaction during a press call Tuesday from Dr. Ryan Westergaard, a medical officer with the Wisconsin Department of Health, as he discussed the state's rapidly worsening COVID-19 situation, according to the Wisconsin State Journal.

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Victim of car crash identified as Lake City firefighterLake City firefighter Clayton Brandt died after a single-vehicle crash early Tuesday.

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COVID-19: Hy-Vee starts using automated system to disinfect shopping cartsThe grocery chain says by mid-November more than 200 Hy-Vee stores in the eight states it serves will have these fully automated sanitization systems.

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South Dakota Medical Groups Promote Masks, Countering Gov. Kristi NoemSIOUX FALLS, S.D. — South Dakota's largest medical organizations on Tuesday launched a joint effort to promote mask-wearing to prevent the spread of the coronavirus as the state suffers through one of the nation's worst outbreaks, a move that countered Gov.

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Fatal Rollover Crash On I-694 Slows Traffic In Northeast MetroA rollover crash Wednesday morning has reduced traffic to one lane in both directions on Interstate 694 in the northeast metro.

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Man With 28 DWIs Dies Weeks After Leaving PrisonAn obituary says 67-year-old Danny Lee Bettcher, of New York Mills, died last week from what his family said was natural causes.

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Lake City Firefighter Dies After Being Pulled From Crash By Fellow FirefightersA firefighter from southeastern Minnesota died Tuesday after being pulled from the wreckage of a crash by his fellow firefighters.

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Minnesota Football: Building the Perfect SeasonBig Ten football is back, but we are forging ahead with our quest to build a perfect season of Minnesota Golden Gophers football over 13 weeks, inviting readers to choose from three nominees for each week of the season dating back to 2000.

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Duluth Transit Authority to again offer free rides to warming centersThe rides will begin Nov. 4 and have already begun for Superior.

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Pumpkin recipe favorites for HalloweenIn today's "Home with the Lost Italian," Sarah Nasello shares a few memorable pumpkin dishes from the past to celebrate the spookiest time of year.

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Wintry mix possible, temperatures could reach 40 WednesdaySlick spots are being reported by MnDOT from about Hwy 2 near Floodwood toward Bemidji.

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We have all been the one dude in the Minnesota Orchestra who dressed for HalloweenEarlier this week, Bergman responded to a tweet asking for the "best Halloween costume / cosplay you've ever done." Maybe this lil number was not, itself, brilliant, but man oh man did it look striking in a sea of string players in dignified concert black.

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'Stop the violence,' says father of Black man killed by Philadelphia police"I don't condone no violence, tearing up the city, looting of the stores, and all this chaos," Walter Wallace Sr.

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U.S. signs deal with Lilly for supply of potential COVID-19 antibody drugWhile vaccines are seen critical to ending the pandemic, governments are increasingly looking at effective treatment options to slow the spread of the disease and kick-start economic activity.

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Bringing a scare and providing careWhen Emily Allas received an 1800s prison cell as a gag gift from her dad on her 21st birthday this past summer, she never knew that it would actually come in handy.

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Double Dip: Sheehan is a state qualifier in two eventsAustin senior Molly Sheehan didn’t receive such treatment, but she is not complaining. Although there will be no actual state swimming meet this year, Sheehan earned the title of state qualifier when she took first in the 50-yard freestyle and second in the 100-yard breaststroke in the virtual Section 1A Meet.

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Clark: ‘Keeping the vibrancy in downtown'The continuing effort to revitalize Austin's downtown area took another step forward in late September when the Austin Port Authority, with assistance from the Housing and Redevelopment Authority of Austin , sold the buildings at 117 and 119 Second Ave.

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State seat challengers adapt to COVID-19 challengesRepublican candidates Patricia Mueller and Gene Dornink have come up with creative new ways to connect with area voters in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Bygones: Halloween prank crashes streetcar in WoodlandDuluth News Tribune your best local source for news, sports, and weather in the Duluth Area.

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Essentia Health pulls 20,000 face masks due to comfort, fit problemsThe masks weren't used when working with people with or suspected of having coronavirus.

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Quality of grocery store website product nutrition information onlineResearchers found that most retailers provide the nutrition information, but the ability to easily find or read nutritional information varied greatly.

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Snowfall temporarily stalls fall harvest in MinnesotaMINNEAPOLIS — The October snowfall has temporarily stalled Minnesota's fall harvest. Combines are quiet and corn is in limbo for now as farmers wait for dry, warmer temperatures.

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CRWD projects included in bonding billMore state funding is coming next year for the Cedar River Watershed District to continue building structures that temporarily hold stormwater in upland, rural areas of Mower County.

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HHS: ‘Follow CDC guidelines this Halloween'With Halloween around the corner, Mower County Health and Human Services is advising Mower County residents to follow CDC guidelines when it comes to celebrating during the pandemic.

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‘La vanguardia': Latinx youth lead a movement to get Minnesota Latinos voting"This big dog comes out, and then wants to bite me and stuff," Ramirez recalled as she walked up to one house.

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From COVID to QAnon, church makes disinformation training a question of faithShe works as a librarian at Concordia University in St. Paul, but on a recent Sunday afternoon, Wightman was on a Zoom video chat, teaching eight of her fellow congregants from Mill City Church in Minneapolis how the complicated algorithms that pull data from their internet searches and their clicks influence what they see online —...

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Three charged with check forgeryThree individuals arrested for alleged check forgery made their first court appearances on Friday in Mower County District Court.

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Sam Cook column: Grab the helmets, let's harvest some pearsAn October snowstorm and a hungry Lab combine to make the pear harvest a challenge.

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Pot party candidate said GOP operatives recruited him to 'pull votes away' from DFL Rep. Angie CraigPlus: U.S. Supreme Court rejects bid to delay voting in 2nd Congressional District race; Minnesota's extension for mail-in ballots goes before appellate court; Stillwater Prison on lockdown after nearly half of inmates test positive for COVID-19; and more.

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The Memo: A local sauna business adds European product, Duluth's Target lands important award and moreKelly Busche wants to hear from you! Tips? Thoughts? Story ideas? Send them her way.

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On leadership: Leaders, are you sabotaging yourselves?Develop command over your own mind to achieve professional success, improved relationships and happiness.

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The Minnesota Timberwolves could capitalize on James Wiseman buzzFor quite some time, the prevailing thought is that the Minnesota Timberwolves would pick between LaMelo Ball and Anthony Edwards with the No.

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COVID meatballs: A tasty a€” albeit dark a€” treatSome of us cope by crocheting COVID-19 plushies and sending them to our friends. Some of us cope by making COVID meatballs with ground beef and mushrooms and posting them online.

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Supreme Court Rejects Candidate Bid to Delay ElectionJustice Neil Gorsuch, who handles emergency requests from the federal appeals court that oversees Minnesota, denied the request from Tyler Kistner.

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Man Charged After Allegedly Strangling WomanHe has been charged with several counts of domestic assault and violation of a no contact order.

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Minnesota reporting record number of current COVID-19 hospitalizationsMinnesota health officials reported 1,916 new cases of COVID-19 and 19 more deaths Wednesday as cases, deaths and hospitalizations continue to stay at record high levels for the state.

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Letters: Blame Trump for Covid cases? Then blame Walz, tooIf President Trump is getting criticized for the increase of cases and deaths from Covid-19, why not criticize Minnesota Gov.

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Signs that prompt thought, discussion &, maybe, actionOne of the many inspiring signs posted in the Atwood Neighborhood of Madison, Wisconsin.

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Ski-U-Pahd 4:10: Previewing MarylandGopherguy05, IowaGopher, and UStreet recap a depressing loss to Michigan before looking ahead to a Friday Night Lights game against Maryland.

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Latest on COVID-19 in MN: Walz eyes testing for ages 18-35 as virus spreadsState public health leaders are expected to brief reporters at 2 p.m. Earlier Wednesday, Gov.

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Gophers visit Maryland on FridayOct. 30, 2020 Time: 6:30 p.m. CT Site: College Park, Md. Stadium: Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium Surface: FieldTurf Capacity: 51,802.

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Trump predicts a Minnesota win because of Rep. OmarThe president on Tuesday predicted he would win the state of Minnesota on account of Rep.

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Ex-Vikings Star Everson Griffen Set For Return to MinnesotaWhen ex-Vikings star Everson Griffen joined the Cowboys this past offseason, he was poised to make his return to Minnesota in Week 11, when the Cowboys visit the Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.

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State opens 6th saliva testing site, at St. Cloud convention centerThe state opens its sixth COVID saliva testing location today at Rivers Edge Convention Center in Saint Cloud.

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Walz says every option on table for state's worst budget deficit in decadeGov. Tim Walz said he is considering every option as he stares down Minnesota's worst budget deficit in a decade.

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Report: Tailpipe Pollution Making Virginians SickAs Virginia lawmakers consider new standards for lowering greenhouse-gas emissions, a group of doctors released a.

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Will Ongoing COVID-19 Prompt More Food Stockpiling?SANTA FE, N.M. - America had never seen the type of disruption to its food supply chain experienced by grocery stores until the onslaught of COVID-19, but experts don't expect it to happen again - even if folks stock up for winter.

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WA Union Prepares for Possible Election UncertaintyWA Union Prepares for Possible Election Uncertainty SEATTLE - A Washington state union is preparing for possible outcomes - and a lack of results - on election night.

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Your Mail-in Ballot Was Rejected? What AZ Voters Need to KnowWhat AZ Voters Need to Know PHOENIX - Arizonans are setting records for early voting, with state officials expecting an unprecedented number of mail-in ballots.

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WI Medical Professionals: Climate Change Affects Human HealthMore than 4,000 medical professionals from across the country are demanding policy action on climate change.

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WI Voters Share Wide Range of Opinions on Presidential HopefulsSome polls show Joe Biden with a widening lead in Wisconsin, but the presidential race still is expected to see a close outcome in the Badger State.

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Petition Calls to Protect Emblematic OR Species: BeaversConservation groups are urging Oregon officials to protect an iconic state animal: the have submitted a.

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NH Sues Manufacturers Over PCB PollutionNH Sues Manufacturers Over PCB Pollution CONCORD, N.H. - Conservation groups are praising a New Hampshire lawsuit filed Tuesday that goes after the manufacturers of the toxic chemicals called polychlorinated biphenyls, commonly known as PCBs.

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Sen. Tester Announces Bill to Protect Iconic MT RiversU.S. Sen....

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Michigan Doctor: Climate Change is a Human IssueDoctors and nurses take an oath to protect their patients from harm, and so thousands now are speaking out about the health threats posed by climate change.

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Chicago High Schoolers Educate Voters on Civic DutyChicago High Schoolers Educate Voters on Civic Duty CHICAGO - While they can't legally cast a ballot themselves yet, dozens of Illinois high school students are working to ensure that people of voting age understand the importance of their civic duty.

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Aneta, NDAneta, North Dakota is home to a large turkey barbecue each year the 3rd Saturday in June.

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Dear Abby: Daughter's fashion choices cause mom embarrassmentOur 19-year-old daughter is wonderful in many ways. Shes smart, attends a university on academic scholarships and earns excellent grades.

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Philadelphia victim's family sought ambulance, not policePHILADELPHIA — The lawyer for the family of a Black man killed by Philadelphia police officers in a shooting caught on video says the family had called for an ambulance to get him help with a mental health crisis, not for police intervention.

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California utility slow to pull plug before wildfire eruptedLOS ANGELES — A Southern California utility is defending its decision to avoid a widespread blackout before a fast-moving wildfire erupted in its area.

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Shanley Football Embracing Underdog Role Heading into Matchup With West's Number One Seed Bismarck CenturyThe end of the regular season did not go as planned for Shanley football. The Deacons recorded losses in their last two games, however, it still earned a chance to redeem themselves making the playoffs as the final team from the east.

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Kindred Volleyball Extends Win Streak to 11 With Win Over EnderlinKINDRED, N.D.  Kindred Volleyball is currently second in the Class B Region One volleyball standings.

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Oakes Football Season Ends Due to COVID-19OAKES, N.D.  Oakes footballs playoff run comes to an end five days before its quarterfinal round match-up with Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich due to COVID-19 on the team.

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The Latest: Dodgers' Turner tests positive for coronavirusARLINGTON, Texas  The Latest on Game 6 of the World Series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Tampa Bay Rays.

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After His First Week At Home, Wife Of Waseca Officer Arik Matson Thanks Community For SupportOfficer Arik Matson, the Waseca officer who was shot in the head in the line of duty, has been back home for one week.

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Biden faces challenges in quickly combating the pandemicWILIMINGTON, Del.  If Joe Biden wins next weeks election, he says hell immediately call Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nations top infectious-disease expert.

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North Loop the NOLO's WayIf you are looking for trendy eatery options in the North Loop, look no further than NOLOs Kitchen and Bar.

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Minnesota's most notorious drunken driver dies of natural causes at 67NEW YORK MILLS, Minn. — A northwestern Minnesota man who had at least 28 DWI arrests on his record has died.

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Will mail-in ballots received after election day get counted in Minnesota?On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court sided with Republicans to prevent Wisconsin from counting mailed ballots received after election day.

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94% of Minnesotans lost to COVID-19 had underlying health conditionsNinety-four percent of Minnesotans who have died due to complications from COVID-19 had a significant underlying health condition.

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Minnesota-based companies see more high-tech medical device use during pandemicTelehealth has taken off during the pandemic, with more patients choosing to see their physician remotely rather than visit the doctor's office.

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Bloomington couple gets probation for bathtub drowning of sonA Bloomington couple was sentenced to three years of probation Monday after pleading guilty to manslaughter in the drowning of their 21-month-old son.

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Missing persons systems in Minnesota, no Silver AlertsThe search for an 80-year-old Minnesota woman has been called off after she was found dead.

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A guide to voting early in Minnesota and WisconsinAhead of election day on Nov. 3rd, Minnesotans can either vote on that date, vote in person early, or mail their absentee ballot, where for now the deadline to accept ballots is a week after election day.

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Best Betts: Dodgers win first World Series title since 1988ARLINGTON, Texas  Los Angeles Dodgers win first World Series since 1988, beating Tampa Bay Rays in Game 6 to end pandemic-shortened season.

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Election Latest: Biden And Trump Barnstorm Across The CountryAhead of the polls, Biden campaigned in Georgia, a southern state Democrats never thought they could win.

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Rochester assisted living resident, 84, dies after being found in snowROCHESTER, Minn. — A 84-year-old woman died Monday morning after police said she left her assisted living facility in the early morning hours and was found by a southwest Rochester resident lying in the snow.

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COVID Testing Sites Hiring Workers StatewideWith many Minnesotans still out of a job during this pandemic, there's a unique opportunity now to get back to work while also helping in the fight against COVID-19.

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Biden vows to unify and save country; Trump hits MidwestWARM SPRINGS, Ga.  Joe Biden traveled Tuesday to the hot springs town where Franklin Delano Roosevelt coped with polio to declare the U.S. is not too politically diseased to overcome it...

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What Is The Timeline For Choosing A U.S. President? Good QuestionFor decades, there has been intense political debate about how Americans elect the President. It's done by the Electoral College, which was established in Article II, Section 1 of the U.S. Constitution.

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Supreme Court rejects delay of Minnesota congressional voteWASHINGTON — A Minnesota Republican candidate's bid to delay voting in his congressional race to February after the death of a third-party candidate was rejected Tuesday at the Supreme Court.

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Protests at homes of Minnesota political leaders increasing, some threateningSince May, there have been more frequent protests outside the homes of Minnesota political leaders, with the most recent occurring on Oct.

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Wildflower IDs I Need Help WithThese are the plants Ive partially identified. Any credible help is very welcome. The ID underneath each is the one I’m having trouble with.

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Experts give hospitality workers warning signs to combat human traffickingFARGO, N.D.  According to authorities, sex trafficking is the second largest crime economy in the country.

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Minnesota ballot extension deadline goes before federal appeals panelSimon has argued that blocking the extension days before the election could cause confusion. Nearly 2 million people have requested absentee ballots with the understanding that the ballots will be counted as long as they are postmarked by Tuesday.

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A€˜Let them playa€™? Anoka-Hennepin call could ripple outOn Monday the Anoka-Hennepin school board voted 5-1 to continue high school sports and extracurricular activities, while transitioning students to distance learning. Other districts are likely watching experience and could make similar decisions going forward as they try to resume the normal rhythms of the school year.

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NDSU lanches mental health app WellTrack for students, faculty and staffWellTrack allows students, faculty and staff to take an assessment regarding any of these disorders.

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Icy Minnesota North Shore Spiral Notebook for Sale by Susan Rissi TregoningThis 6" x 8" spiral notebook features the artwork "Icy Minnesota North Shore" by Susan Rissi Tregoning on the cover and includes 120 lined pages for your notes and greatest thoughts.

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Post Office says it's 'ensuring to get the ballots home on time'Cass County says it was apprehensive as to how the process would go knowing the increased volume of absentee ballots there would be.

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Red Cross is looking for volunteersFARGO, N.D. The Red Cross is looking for volunteers for both local and national efforts.

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The Latest: Trump heaping attention on 1 Nebraska districtPresident Donald Trump is heaping attention on Nebraska's 2nd Congressional District in the home stretch before Election Day.

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Unclaimed veteran gets burial service four years after his deathNEAR HARWOOD, N.D. The Hanson Runsvold funeral home provided service for an unclaimed military veteran at the Fargo National Cemetery.

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Federal panel weighing Minnesota's expanded window for absentee ballot countingA rule granting Minnesota election officials extra time to accept absentee ballots came before a federal court Tuesday.

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Teen Who Filmed George Floyd's Fatal Arrest To Receive 2020 PEN/Benenson Courage AwardPEN America, a literary and free expression organization, announced on Tuesday that Darnella Frazier will receive the 2020 PEN/Benenson Courage award.

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NDSU and YWCA speaker series features 'The Ethicist' from NY Times MagazineThe Northern Plains Ethics Institute at NDSU and the YWCA Cass Clay hosts part of its Zoom conversation series with The Ethicist columnist for New York Times Magazine.

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Essentia Health enrolling patients for clinical trialFARGO, N.D.  Enrollment of a new clinical trial is underway for a study that will determine whether a commonly used drug to lower cholesterol can help adults over the age of 75.

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Minnesota, Dakotas politicians react to Amy Coney Barrett's SCOTUS confirmationMinnesota's two Democratic U.S. senators voted against Justice Amy Coney Barrett's nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court, while all four Republican U.S. senators from the Dakotas voted in favor.

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Police looking for driver who hit Fargo business and drove offFARGO, N.D.  The owners of Midwest Appliance in Fargo were disturbed by a car slamming into their building.

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200 Minnesota faith leaders endorse BidenMore than 200 Minnesota clergy — Christian, Muslim and Jewish — have publicly endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden for president.

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Tens of millions in campaign dollars flood fight for Minnesota LegislatureCampaigns and outside groups have already poured tens of millions of dollars into this year's battle for control of the Minnesota Legislature, with DFL-aligned groups holding a significant cash advantage headed into the final push before Election Day.

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U-S Supreme Court rejects GOP candidate's request to delay U-S House election in 2nd Congressional DistrictMeanwhile the Star Tribune reports that four months before the Legal Marijuana Party's candidate died, he told a close friend that Republicans recruited him to run as a third-party candidate to pull votes away from Democratic Congresswoman Craig.

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Gorsuch rejects appeal by Minnesota Republican to delay congressional electionCNN)Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch on Tuesday rejected a bid from a Republican congressional candidate in Minnesota to delay his election until February following the death of a third-party candidate in the race.

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More Minnesota schools move to distance learning, prompting questions about sportsOn Tuesday, Gov. Tim Walz said he knows sports and other school activities are an important part of young people's lives, but he expressed concern about allowing students to participate in extracurricular programs at a time when they have to take all of their classes at home.

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Rapids' playoff push travels to Minnesota in need of positive resultAfter the team's most lopsided loss of the season, the Rapids are running out of time to turn their season around.

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North Minneapolis Gospel Artist Jovonta Patton Tops Billboard Chart AgainA Gospel artist from North Minneapolis has once again topped the Billboard Digital Sales Chart, this time for his song "Worth It"

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Colleges seeing hopeful signs after early-fall COVID spikeCOVID-19 infection numbers have declined at Minnesota's colleges and universities even as they have surged statewide.

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With Nearly Half Of Stillwater Inmates Diagnosed With COVID, Families Voice Their Frustration And ConcernThe Stillwater Prison is on medical lockdown after nearly half of the inmate population tested positive for COVID-19.

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President Trump, at western Wisconsin rally, predicts "red wave" next TuesPresident Donald Trump at a rally in the La Crosse, Wisconsin area this afternoon predicted a big win for his campaign in next weeks election.

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Walz coming to Moorhead and Crookston WednesdayMinnesota Governor Tim Walz will meet with health care workers and Minnesotans impacted by Covid-19 on Wednesday, October 28th at 10:45 AM at the Hjemkomst Center.

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New Data Suggests COVID-19 Impact In St. Paul May Not Be So SevereThe road to recovery from the pandemic has been financially devastating in most places. But downtown St. Paul may be an exception.

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With 1 Week To Election Day, Both Parties Look To Secure Women's VoteIt's just one week until election day. And polls across the country are reflecting one of the largest gender gaps heading into an election in history.

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Gophers QB Tanner Morgan knows he must ‘execute at a way higher level'Minnesota Golden Gophers quarterback Tanner Morgan's 2020 season opener started brightly but finished poorly.

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TCF's chief executive retires as bank wraps up its merger, move to DetroitCraig Dahl says integration strategy with Detroit-based Chemical Bank is in good hands.

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COVID-19 To Impact How Minnesotans Celebrate Thanksgiving This YearThanksgiving is one month away and many families are making plans for a different type of celebration this year.

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Keith Ellison lists 12 voter 'rights' amid potential harassment at the pollsWhile all the elements are grounded in state or federal law, several of those outlined by Ellison, a Democrat, directly respond to statements made by President Donald Trump, a Republican, who has sought to sow confusion over some aspects of the election process, from mail-in voting to the peaceful transition of power afterward, should Trump lose.

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Vikings release center Brett Jones, will re-sign him to practice squadThe Vikings on Tuesday released center Brett Jones, but a source said they plan to re-sign him to the practice squad.

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Supreme Court Rejects Delay Of Minnesota 2nd Congressional District VoteA Minnesota Republican candidate's bid to delay voting in his congressional race to February after the death of a third-party candidate was rejected Tuesday at the Supreme Court.

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Loons' Adrian Heath says 'gentlemen's agreement' will keep Kei Kamara out vs. ColoradoMinnesota United manager Adrian Heath said striker Kei Kamara would not be available to play against the Colorado Rapids on Wednesday due to a “gentlemen’s agreement” the clubs made in the trade for Kamara last month.

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Sioux Falls unphased by Sanford Health merger, HQ exitSanford Health's planned merger with Utah-based Intermountain Healthcare doesn't seem to be a big concern for city and business leaders in Sanford's hometown of Sioux Falls, helped largely by assurances that layoffs aren't on the way.

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Inver Grove Heights victim of fatal fire was 64-year-old manThe Inver Grove Heights townhouse where a resident was found dead after a fire Sunday night was not equipped with sprinklers, the city’s fire chief said Tuesday.

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16-year-old injured in Vermilion Lake Township crashAlcohol was involved and charges are pending, according to the St. Louis County Sheriff's Office.

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Photos: Wind-whipped wildfires clobber California againIRVINE, Calif.  Wildfires roared through hills in Southern California, pushed by the regions whipping Santa Ana winds that often fuel flames in October.

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Twin Ports Interchange traffic restrictions to shift next weekThe closures of single lanes in north and south Interstate 35 in Duluth will end as crews move on to the next round of preperations.

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Gophers QB Tanner Morgan knows he must 'execute at a way higher level'Gophers quarterback Tanner Morgan’s 2020 season opener started brightly but finished poorly. In the first half of Minnesotas 49-24 loss to Michigan last Saturday, Morgan completed 80 percent...

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15 COVID-19 deaths, mostly from outstate, recorded Tuesday in MinnesotaCases elevated in central Minnesota, counties bordering Wisconsin.

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Trump concedes no coronavirus economic relief deal before Election Day"After the election we'll get the best stimulus package you've ever seen," Trump told reporters at the White House before leaving on a campaign trip.

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Court hears Republican challenge to Minnesota mail-in ballot extensionA challenge to Minnesota’s seven-day extension for counting absentee ballots received after Election Day went before an appeals court panel Tuesday, as attorneys for the Republican plaintiffs argued that leaving the extension intact could lead to the disqualification of thousands of votes that are received after Nov.

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Crystal Police: Help Sought Locating Missing 17-Year-Old Jada SwingleAuthorities in Crystal are asking for the public's help in locating a missing endangered teen.

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She channels Trump. What happens when Sarah Cooper speaks in her own voice?Was Donald Trump good for comedy? Comic Lewis Black recently answered this persistent question with an understandable tone of exhaustion, saying the president is “good for comedy in the way a stroke is good for a nap.”.

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GOP recruited pot-party candidate to 'pull votes' from DFLer, he saidRecording left by a deceased marijuana candidate says he was recruited to be a spoiler in Second District race.

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3 weeks after leaving Minnesota prison, man who racked up 28 DWIs diesDanny Bettcher's tally is unmatched in the history of Minnesota.

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Mike Opat To Leave Hennepin County BoardLong-time Hennepin County Commissioner Mike Opat will leave his position on Nov. 7, two months before the end of his term.

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The Alliance Lately: Issue No. 15Halloween is right around the corner and that meant more horror movies to be reviewed by the MNFCA.

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Who steps up for Vikings with defensive line in shambles?All of a sudden 26-year-old Ifeadi Odenigbo is the most experienced defensive end on the roster.

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Evers urges self-imposed lockdown as cases hit new recordMADISON, Wis.  Gov. Tony Evers pleaded with Wisconsin residents Tuesday to stay home and limit their interactions to immediate family amid new statewide daily records for confirmed coro...

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A€‹Minnesota Marks Almost 15% COVID-19 Case Positivity Rate TuesdayTuesday is the 20th consecutive day Minnesota's new COVID-19 cases have extended beyond 1,000. Last Wednesday, the state recorded 35 new COVID-19 deaths, the highest death count since late May.

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Some of the players Vikings could trade might surprise youVikings general manager Rick Spielman promised recently that he has no interest in blowing up his team's current roster.

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Sheriff: Teen Hospitalized After Stealing Alcohol, Driving Drunk And Crashing Family CarAuthorities in St. Louis County say a teen is hospitalized after driving under the influence and crashing into a ditch Wednesday.

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