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Agent: Gophers wrestling coach notified AD of drug suspicions

Gophers wrestling coach J Robinson

J Robinson's agent disputed allegations that the Gophers wrestling coach covered up a prescription drug issue within the team, saying Robinson informed interim athletic director Beth Goetz of the situation.

Hundreds of dead fish wash ashore in west metro lake

An estimated 500 to 1,000 dead crappies were reported at the boat access on Lake Independence in Maple Plain over the long weekend.

An estimated 500 to 1,000 dead crappies were reported at the boat access on Lake Independence in Maple Plain over the long Memorial Day weekend.


Record crowd on hand as St. Paul Saints play Purple Game to remember Prince

Police search Coon Rapids Dam Park for missing man
Woman struck on St. Paul street dies five days later
What is open and closed on Memorial Day
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Total system failure: How everything fell apart for the Twins

Lynx's Reeve, former boss Laimbeer mirror each other's intensity
Rand: Judging Joe Mauer's highs and lows
'I haven't been right this year.' Twins move Hughes to bullpen
Scores, schedules and stats

Striking Verizon workers to return Wednesday; deal inked

Nonprofit Senior Community Services embraces new business model
For Amazon exec Stephenie Landry, the future is Now
Medtronic beats estimates, forecasts strong 2017

The Home Inspector
Is it ethical for home inspectors to recommend other professionals?

Most of the home inspectors I know go out of their way to get acquainted with knowledgeable professionals. And we're happy to refer them.

Paul Douglas on Weather
Thundery Tuesday - Cooling Off and Less Humid Next Weekend

Well, 2 out of 3 isn't a bad batting average. I'm glad we salvaged warm sunshine Sunday and Memorial Day, after a less-than-optimal Saturday around the state. Showers and T-storms arrive today (probably not severe). We dry out by Wednesday and Thursday with cooler, more comfortable weather on tap next weekend.

Reusse: Things look different with Dundas Dukes on field and in grandstand

There was a Duke thrown out trying to go from first to third. Honest to Lew Olson, it happened.

Wes Bausmith/Los Angeles Times/TNC

Minnesota's criminal justice system: Wrongly imprisoned, but finally compensated

There are hidden costs to delaying Zika funding
Hillary Clinton's e-mail controversy: If impropriety here, anticipate it elsewhere

The 2016 Legislature

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Dr. Henry Heimlich

You can save a life: How to perform the Heimlich maneuver

Summer serial: A young Mpls. teacher is pulled to small town Minnesota
Pal's marriage in trouble? U prof knows how you can help
State Fair Midway hosts 'best Soundset yet'

James Lileks
James Lileks: Answers to some of your burning questions about grilling

No one ever gives tips to people who have no idea what they're doing. Allow us to help. Herewith some common questions and concerns.

Jim Souhan
Souhan: Stanley Cup finalist Phil Kessel's production belies perception

There is a hockey player with local ties who has proved himself during the Stanley Cup playoffs to be durable and clutch, productive and adaptable, and if it surprises you that the player's name is Phil Kessel, you probably care more about reputations and memes than goals.

Visceral 'Scapegoat' premieres in Minneapolis

Christina Ham's new play about race and violence puts pretty words to ugly truths.

Actors Amber Heard and Johnny Depp attend a gala in January in Culver City, Calif.

Loss, accusations mark a turbulent few days for Johnny Depp

Harvard grad's spoken-word speech inspires millions
C.J.: Child actor in chilling Abbey's Hope spot is an old soul
C.J.: Attorney Ron Rosenbaum, an invaluable source to media, dies

Twins infielder Eduardo Nunez

Postgame: Nunez sacrificed on his own, and it nearly paid off

Gallery: Oakland 3, Twins 2
Monday's Twins-Oakland game recap
Hughes headed to bullpen when Gibson returns

Jesse Ventura

Jesse Ventura says 'unequivocally' he will not run for president

Libertarians see opening: 'We have been given gift of Trump and Clinton'
High court rejects La. inmate's death penalty challenge
Justices reject union appeal over Trump Taj Mahal bankruptcy

An author remembers his disgraceful morning as a Star Tribune paperboy

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

FILE - In this Jan. 26, 2016 file photo, filmmaker Stephanie Soechtig, left, and journalist Katie Couric pose for a portrait to promote the film, "Under the Gun", during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

Katie Couric takes blame for 'misleading' gun documentary

Suspected shark attack halts swimming at California beach
Obama is pressed to speed effort to add migrants
1 of FBI's most-wanted fugitives caught on Mexican border

Muffs coffer gas station fuel pipes reading "Out of Service" in a closed gas station in Paris, Wednesday, May 25, 2016. France has started using its fuel reserves to deal with gasoline shortages caused by strikes and protests over a bill weakening worker protections.

France braces for more strikes, gas shortage continues

It's raining men! Sweden sees historic gender balance shift
Mediterranean shipwreck survivors haunted by cries of kids
German rhetoric on Afghan migrants doesn't match reality

What deserves the biggest blame for the poor start by the Twins?

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