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Gunman still at large after 5 fatally shot at mall near Seattle

This video image provided by Skagit County Department of Emergency Management shows a suspect wanted by the authorities regarding a shooting at the Cascade Mall in Burlington, Wash.

As the small city of Burlington, Wash., absorbed the news, critical questions remained, including the identity of the shooter, his motive and his whereabouts. A massive manhunt continued and police broadcast a plea for tips.

Iowa State president damaged school plane on personal trip

This undated photo provided by the Bloomington Normal Airport Authority shows a damaged wing of a Cirrus SR22 single engine plane at the Central Illinois Regional Airport in Bloomington, Ill.

Iowa State University's president was returning from an 11-day personal trip to North Carolina when he damaged a small university-owned airplane in a rough landing, the school confirmed Saturday.

Flooding closes parts of Hwy. 169 near Maple Grove

The road is expected to remain closed until Sunday.

Police say body of Twin Cites woman could be in Fargo area

Authorities in the Fargo area are searching for the remains of a 45-year-old Vadnais Heights, Minnesota woman allegedly killed by a 51-year-old man.

Potent running attack propels Gophers past Colorado State

Gophers defensive lineman Tai'yon Devers sacked Colorado State quarterback Collin Hill — forcing a fumble and sending a helmet flying — in the second quarter Saturday.

With Shannon Brooks healthy, Rodney Smith continuing his roll and Mitch Leidner moving better than he has in two years, the Gophers used a potent running attack to defeat Colorado State 31-24 on Saturday at TCF Bank Stadium.


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Lisa Bieker ate dinner on her patio with her dad, Joe Bieker. She's lived in a 1962 mobile home at Lowry Grove for five years.

Manufactured home park in St. Anthony can't undo its sale, judge rules

Inver Hills college fuss began with some union pens
Soggy Minnesota to get another soaking; some parks and rivers now off-limits
As Terrace Theatre demolition begins, an order arrives to halt it

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Gophers defensive lineman Tai'yon Devers sacked Colorado State quarterback Collin Hill — forcing a fumble and sending a helmet flying — in the second quarter Saturday.

Potent running attack propels Gophers past Colorado State

Watch another huge hit by Gophers' Tai'yon Devers
Live at 1 p.m.: Watch the rivalry game between St. Thomas and St. John's
The Kid calls it a career: Garnett retires after 21 NBA seasons

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David Heim, Chief Strategy Officer, of OATI discussed the microgrid capabilities of the new building that uses solar, wind, and gas turbine to generate electricity.

Microgrids like new one at OATI a trend in electricity

As soup sales fall, General Mills updates Progresso ingredients, look
Logo dispute between HealthPartners, Wal-Mart lands in court
As Terrace Theatre demolition begins, an order arrives to halt it


Football plays a role across U.S. society, including politics as David Baker, the president of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, right, gave a tour to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in September.

'Gridiron Glory' exhibit shows NFL's hold on U.S.

Mississippi River requires agriculture's help to stay healthy
Sack cartoon: North Korea
Readers Write (Sept. 24): Police-involved shootings, CNN, President Obama, distracted driving, Friday night lights, taking a knee

Yara Shahidi, starring in ABC’s “Black-ish,” is just one of our most recent exports to Hollywood.

'They're still kids': Child actors, Minnesota roots and Hollywood pitfalls

Should Minnesota Orchestra be looking for Osmo Vanska's successor?
How a tiny Afghan restaurant became unlikely hub for Twin Cities jazz scene
Weekend in Warsaw: Finding beauty in an ugly city

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Economy ticket costing more than first class? Welcome to airline math
Christopher Elliott

An air traveler bought first-class tickets but was downgraded to economy seats. American Airlines should have refunded the difference between the two fares. But that's not how airline math works.

Souhan: A grand exit might not be in the cards for Kevin Garnett
Jim Souhan

If Kevin Garnett is not going to become a part-owner or assistant general manager or loud voice at the end of the bench, he has no role in the New Wolves Order.

Souhan: Vikings learn why Sam Bradford was a No. 1 overall pick
Jim Souhan

In the victory over the Packers, he threw with accuracy, he threw deep with velocity and he threw with touch.


Pippa Middleton, sister to the Duchess of Cambridge, formerly known as Kate Middleton, poses for the media as she arrives at a bookshop to promote her new book.

Hacker reportedly wants $65K for photos stolen from Pippa Middleton's phone

Bestselling author James Patterson cancels new book 'Murder of Stephen King'
Monty Python star and director Terry Jones diagnosed with dementia
Report: Brad Pitt was at Minnesota airport during 'out-of-control' incident before divorce filing

Stefon Diggs’ touchdown catch vs. Green Bay highlighted a 182-yard night Sunday that made him the NFL’s leading receiver.

Vikings like Diggs' passion, even when it boils over

Adrian Peterson on injured reserve, out until at least mid-November
Rhodes expected to return, bolster Vikings' secondary
Vikings: Kalil had labrum tear repaired in right hip

Voters headed from a DFL get-out-the-vote rally to an early-voting center in downtown Minneapolis on Friday, the first day of absentee voting in Minnesota.

Both parties hope to boost turnout as early voting begins in Minn.

Hillary Clinton's 'Between Two Ferns' episode viewed 30M times in 24 hours
Cruz to vote for Trump, whom he once called 'utterly amoral'
Text of Obama's remarks at museum dedication

President Barack Obama speaks during the opening ceremony of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture on the National Mall in Washington, Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016.

New Smithsonian museum chronicling black history opens

Gunman still at large after 5 fatally shot at mall near Seattle
Video demand dominates 5th day of protests in Charlotte
4 dead in shooting at mall north of Seattle

FILE - This Saturday, March 12, 2011 picture shows a dead camel in the desert outside the southeastern village of Ben Guerdane, Tunisia, close to the border with Libya. Struggling with extremism and economic woes, Tunisia now faces another menace: persistent drought across several regions that is threatening farming, a pillar of the economy, and creating new social tensions.

'We are thirsty' say Tunisians as drought creates tensions

Holocaust survivor Max Mannheimer dies in Germany at age 96
Austrian leader: EU's outer borders must be better protected
Bombing campaign in Syria kills dozens, demolishes buildings

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