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Banned Minnesota college instructor allowed back on campus

Dave Berger was put on 'investigative leave' from Inver Hills Community College in February.

Harrowing video shows Columbia Heights police killing of Kirvelay

Footage shows failed efforts to get Kirvelay to respond to commands.


Minneapolis City Hall bells will go silent for renovation

Tension high as another witness testifies in Minneapolis ISIL recruit trial
Rochester teen eliminated from finals of National Geographic Bee
Motorcyclist dies in crash, bringing Tuesday's traffic death toll to 5
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Brian Dozier

Lefty Boshers called up, Dozier back in lineup today

Did the Timberwolves give Thunder the blueprint to beat Golden State?
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
Minnesota premiums still below average


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Young Vikings fan invites Teddy Bridgewater to birthday party with rap song

Here's a cute story via Foxsports.com: Obadiah Gamble, a 6-year-old Vikings fan and huge Teddy Bridgewater fan, released via YouTube recently a rap song inviting…

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Aretha Franklin postpones Saturday concert at Treasure Island Casino

The Queen of Soul has an undisclosed illness. A rescheduled concert is expected for the fall.

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Blair Walsh: 'I thought I had one of my better years'

It’s not quite the same as a January wild-card game at TCF Bank Stadium, but, for the record, Vikings kicker Blair Walsh made all five field goal attempts at Winter Park today.


File-In this undated image released by the New York City Health Department, shows a graphic that will soon be warning NYC consumers of high salt content. New York City is opening a new era in nutritional warnings this week: Chain restaurants will have to start putting a special symbol on highly salty dishes. The first-of-its-kind rule takes effect Tuesday. It will require a salt-shaker-like emblem on some sandwiches, salads and other menu items that top the recommended daily limit of 2,300 milligrams of sodium. That�s about a teaspoon. (Antonio D'Angelo/New York City Health Department via AP)

Government must step in to help Americans eat less salt

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

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Health study is a win for the cry babies

This dog's GoPro photos from Twin Cities parks are guaranteed to delight
The Viking Bar reopens this week with music and food on the new menu
Summer fun awaits in Minnesota
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Another restaurant (Il Foro) calls it quits in Minneapolis Forum space

It has become a familiar downtown Minneapolis story: Culinary entrepreneurs bravely try to revive the glorious art deco landmark that is the Forum Cafeteria. Sadly, the effort fails.

Gail Rosenblum
Rosenblum: North High students challenge gentrification with a winning documentary

Students at Minneapolis North High School are heading into summer after a year of mind-expanding travel to the slums of Kibera outside Nairobi, Kenya. To…

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…


Beth Howland, who played the scatter-brained waitress Vera in the comedy series "Alice," is shown in 1979.

Actress Beth Howland, who played Vera on 'Alice,' dies at 74

Prosecutor: 'Shield' actor taunted wife before killing her
Ariana Grande replaces Whitney Houston hologram on 'Voice'
Case reopened for 'Real Housewives' star Teresa Giudice

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

Twins notes: Adjusting at plate is new to Park
After 45 games: Measuring the 2016 Twins against baseball's worst of all time
Reusse: Twins of 1981 were unwatchable, but better than these 2016 yahoos

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'

Without state funds, Southwest light rail line's future is in doubt
Dayton open to special session if leaders agree to terms
The Latest: 11 states sue over federal transgender directive

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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
NASA's yearlong spaceman still has sore feet, fatigue

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
FIFA President Infantino to reveal salary when he knows it

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