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Lake Mille Lacs catch-and-release walleye season now will end Sept. 6

A walleye is netted, caught on the Twin Pines Resort boat at sunset Wednesday, July 29, 2015, during an evening excursion on Lake Mille Lacs.

Local Ojibwe bands had expressed displeasure with Dayton's decision earlier this month to allow the season to continue even though a quota had been surpassed.

Fugitive Twin Cities restaurant owner accused of using eateries as drug fronts

An indictment unsealed Monday has 46 counts including conspiracy to distribute marijuana, cocaine and methamphetamine, conspiracy to harbor and employ illegal aliens, and money laundering.

Klobuchar, others call for FTC to investigate increases in EpiPen prices

An EpiPen in Ashburn, Va., Aug. 31, 2012. Lawmakers are demanding answers from Mylan, which produces the lifesaving allergy device, on why its cost has increased 400 percent in 2016, since the company acquired the product in 2007.

Amy Klobuchar is among several senators criticizing sharp price rise for product she calls a 'life preserver' for millions.

Three badly injured dogs possibly linked to St. Paul fighting ring, rescue group says

The unneutered male dogs were found on different days within a few miles of one another in St. Paul.

Vikings pay tribute to legendary columnist Sid Hartman at new stadium

Attendees of the Sid Hartman gate commemoration at U.S. Bank Stadium pose for a photo with the namesake.

Bud Grant and Lou Nanne were among those on hand to dedicate the Sid Hartman Media Entrance at U.S. Bank Stadium.


Supporters of the $15 minimum-wage amendment rallied Tuesday. In front are leaders Rod Adams, left, and Mike Griffin.

Mpls. $15 minimum wage supporters kick off campaign

St. Paul schools consider changes governing resource officers
Drivers express concern over lack of lane lines on I-394
Abuse victims: St. Paul Archdiocese can contribute more

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Minnesota Twins starting pitcher Kyle Gibson

Up-and-down Gibson knows Tigers well

Bud Grant: 'As one man can love another, I love you Sid Hartman'
Rhoda emerges as Gophers backup QB behind Leidner
Wild changing goal song to 'Let's Go Crazy' to honor Prince

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Target CEO Brian Cornell, shown in 2015 in Boston, has been working to make the company more efficient as well as focus it on the merchandise categories that best set Target apart from competitors.

Schafer: Two years in, Target CEO's job isn't getting easier

Best Buy shares boast biggest one-day jump in a decade
US new-home sales climb to best level since late 2007
Analyst: Texas investor might be suitor for Northern Oil and Gas

Don't let one judge distort representative government in Minneapolis

Southwest light rail: Despite House intransigence, governor must secure local funding
Sack cartoon: The Hillary Clinton stash
Readers Write (Aug. 24): Minimum-wage ruling, Minnesota Legislature, Southwest light rail, the 'underbanked,' Sid Hartman

The Hillary Clinton stash

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TV presenter Jeremy Clarkson leaves the ceremonial funeral of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in London in 2013.

Ex-BBC boss says firing Jeremy Clarkson from 'Top Gear' was a big mistake

Video game pioneer talks guns, violence and catharsis
Fancy or absurd? Twitter goes nuts over Mississippi students' lap of luxury dorm
Review: 'Rise Up, O Men' doesn't sour the Church Basement Ladies' formula


Tevlin: Jury's misunderstanding of instructions altered murder verdict
Jon Tevlin

  It was a drug deal gone bad, and when it was over, one man was dead and two were in jail facing murder charges.…

Souhan: Rio Olympics far more captivating than frightening
Jim Souhan

You've heard about all of the problems that threatened or hampered the Games. Here are the things that went right:

C.J.: FOX 9 meteorologist Ian Leonard recovering from removal of a third of his lip due to cancer

Fox 9 chief meteorologist Ian Leonard will return to work beard-free and, more importantly, cancer-free after surgery to remove squamous cell skin cancer from…

Singer Demi Lovato performs at the Los Angeles Convention Center in February.

Demi Lovato sued by indie rock band for alleged song theft

Kidnapping trial delayed for man who killed Peterson's son
Doherty settles with ex-managers she said mismanaged money
Filmmaker who made illustrations into moving images dies

A pitch clock has been in effect at Class AAA and Class AA since last year, with this one ticking on former Twins prospect Alex Meyer.

Is there a place to set the pace of a baseball game?

Ex-Twin Danny Valencia reportedly injured A's teammate in altercation
Santana's effort not enough as Royals sweep Twins
Twins-Detroit series preview

President Barack Obama talks with Jacolson Kelley, 6, as Marlette Sanders watches at left, while touring Castle Place, a flood-damaged area of Baton Rouge, La., Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2016. Obama is making his first visit to flood-ravaged southern Louisiana as he attempts to assure the many thousands who have suffered damage to their homes, schools and businesses that his administration has made their recovery a priority.

Obama vows support for Louisiana after the 'cameras leave'

In latest hedge, Trump says immigration laws can be softened
Cher insults Trump, with gusto, at Clinton fundraiser
Wisconsin AG drops early voting fight

Wanda Witter, 80, was overwhelmed by the $100,000 she received from Social Security.

Social Security pays homeless woman $100,000 it owed her

Feds want to ban swimming with Hawaii dolphins
Federal judge: Doig didn't create disputed painting
Burt Bacharach cancels 2 concerts to recover from broken arm

Displaced women and children take shelter from the rain at a camp in Maiduguri, Nigeria, June 15, 2016. Soldiers are fighting a brutal battle with the Islamist extremist group Boko Haram in northeastern Nigeria, but scores of civilians, including toddlers and infants, have also been ensnared and detained by the military and sometimes, activists say, innocent people are never heard from again. (Jane Hahn/The New York Times)

Boko Haram pillages northwestern Nigeria; nearly 50,000 children face starvation

Private lives are exposed as WikiLeaks spills its secrets
Indian surgeons 'amazed' to find 40 knives in patient's stomach
Suspected terrorist who was waterboarded 83 times makes first appearance at Gitmo

Looking for an apartment in the Twin Cities? It feels a lot like online dating

Minnesota summer camp: A love story starring my two children

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Workers replace defective siding at U.S. Bank Stadium Aug. 12.

Even open, U.S. Bank Stadium work continues; construction warranty lasts two years

Metallica turns it up to 11 in sold-out U.S. Bank Stadium show
Luke Bryan ready to shake it for first concert at U.S. Bank Stadium
Vikings setting up bar, music, kid games outside U.S. Bank Stadium