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Protests turn violent outside Trump rally in New Mexico

Anti-Trump protesters block the streets following a rally and speech by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at the Albuquerque Convention Center where the event was held, in Albuquerque, N.M., Tuesday, May 24, 2016.

Protests outside a Donald Trump rally in New Mexico turned violent Tuesday night as demonstrators threw burning T-shirts, plastic bottles and other items at police officers, overturned trash cans and knocked down barricades.

Allegations surface of drug abuse by U wrestlers, police probe

The actions of longtime University of Minnesota wrestling coach J Robinson are being investigated as part of the allegations, according to the Ch. 9 news report.

Four athletes are under investigation for dealing the prescription drug, Xanax, and 10 others are suspected of using the anti-anxiety medication recreationally.


Bodycam video released on Columbia Heights police killing of Michael Kirvelay

Tension high as another witness testifies in Minneapolis ISIL recruit trial
Gallery: WWII Army Pvt. John P. Sersha comes home
Highway 12 Safety Coalition renews push for funding after bonding bill fails
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Minnesota Twins manager Paul Molitor takes the ball from Twins starting pitcher Ervin Santana in the fourth inning against the Kansas City Royals during a baseball game on Tuesday, May, 24, 2016 in Minneapolis. The Royals beat the Twins 7-4 .

Twins beatings continue with another early knockout

Is St. Thomas too good for its MIAC rivals? Yes, but ...
Postgame: Slumping Sano moves into MLB lead in strikeouts
After fastball to the face, Gophers star Motl revels in first place
Scores, schedules and stats
Luke Stein applied a clear coat on lacrosse sticks at Epoch Lacrosse in Roseville.

Epoch Lacrosse expansion in Roseville paying off in new products

Goldman Sachs downgrades General Mills to "sell"
Best Buy shares tumble as CFO exits, execs warn of slow summer
Alexander: Helping an iPad find a better Internet connection


Paul Douglas on Weather
More Storms Wednesday - Heavy Rainfall and Unsettled Through The Weekend

More showers & heavy T-storms rumble into Minnesota Wednesday; the drive home another slow-motion slog. After a brief break from puddles Thursday the next stormy swirl pushes more storms into town late Friday into Saturday; another 1-2 inches of rain may trigger minor flooding. Check the blog for more details. -Todd Nelson

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Black-crowned Night-Herons

Photographed at sunset in Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge

Twins Insider
Grossman gets first-ever middle-of-the-lineup start tonight for Twins

Robbie Grossman is batting fifth for the Twins tonight against Kansas City while Byung Ho Park and Brian Dozier get a night off in an effort to break their slumps.


The Northern Warehouse Artists Cooperative in St. Paul’s Lowertown neighborhood was the first such project developed by Artspace, in 1990.

Race and housing in the Twin Cities: Don't underestimate the value of building spaces for artists

Dayton should veto flawed body-cam bill
Sack cartoon: The TSA
Readers Write (May 25): Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges, the 2016 Legislature, airport security, Trump on climate change

The TSA

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The Viking Bar reopens this week with music and food on the new menu

Revival, Ike's, Spoon and Stable will join Zimmern for food at U.S. Bank Stadium
Sorry, there's nothing magical about eating breakfast
Summer fun awaits in Minnesota
Horoscopes

Jon Tevlin
Tevlin: On Memorial Day weekend, evidence of Legislature's failure will be all around us

This weekend, tens of thousands of Minnesotans will travel to their vacations on scenic, crumbling highways to bike on stunning, pockmarked trails and fish in…

Paul Brand
Brand: Lightly driven Edge just needs some annual care

Q: In 2009, we purchased a new 2008 Ford Edge. My husband followed all required maintenance. He passed away last year and last October I…

Chip Scoggins
Scoggins: Maybe Dozier will get the hint from the bench

In a season of disappointment for almost every Twins player in uniform, Dozier looks lost — defiant is probably more accurate — at the plate as he attempts to yank every pitch down the left-field line.


Michael Jace

Prosecutor: 'Shield' actor taunted wife before killing her

Ariana Grande replaces Whitney Houston hologram on 'Voice'
Case reopened for 'Real Housewives' star Teresa Giudice
James Corden gets driven to work by Chewbacca mask lady, with special guest

Minnesota Twins' Byung Ho Park is congratulated by Oswaldo Arcia after Park hit a solo home run off Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Josh Tomlin during the second inning of a baseball game, Friday, May 13, 2016, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)

Twins notes: Adjusting at plate is new to Park

After 45 games: Measuring the 2016 Twins against baseball's worst of the worst
Reusse: Twins of 1981 were unwatchable, but better than these 2016 yahoos
Was it a double-standard to leave Miguel Sano in after taking Eddie Rosario out?

In this photo taken Oct. 6, 2015, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington. Warren has taken to Twitter again to bash Donald Trump, the latest in a series of Internet "tweetstorms" calling Trump on the carpet for his treatment of women and his insults toward her.

Sen. Warren: Trump is a 'small, insecure moneygrubber'

The Latest: Virginia governor says feds found no wrongdoing
VA restored benefits to 4,200 veterans wrongly declared dead
Anaheim police: Anti-Trump protesters will not be tolerated

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An Apple Valley man keeps stealing my identity, and nobody will stop him

Does Art-A-Whirl still matter? This Minneapolis photographer thinks so

Danielle Dowd and her son, Lucas, pause before a memorial set up for slain Auburn Police Officer Ronald Tarentino outside the police station, Monday, May 23, 2016, in Auburn, Mass. Tarentino was shot dead during a traffic stop in Auburn, authorities said. He leaves behind a wife and three children.

Chief: Slain Massachusetts officer shot in the back

US seeking death penalty in Charleston church massacre case
Bill Cosby is ordered to stand trial in sex case
Investigators seek motive in slaying of ex-coal executive

Australian Climber Robert Gropels who was rescued from Mount Everest sits in his hotel room in Kathmandu, Nepal, Tuesday, May 24, 2016. Robert's wife Maria Strydom, 34, died near the top suffering from altitude sickness. Everest climbers returning after successful ascent say mountaineers were pushing too hard and some not carrying enough oxygen that could have led to casualties and sicknesses over the weekend.

Wind, snow hamper searching, retrieval of bodies on Everest

Freed Ukrainian pilot returns home after 2 years in Russia
Forensic expert suggests explosion downed EgyptAir jet
Canada's missing women of the Highway of Tears

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