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Man, two teens dead after south Minneapolis domestic shooting

Police spokesperson Corey Schmidt and Commander Erick Fors in the front lobby of the apartment building that was the scene of a shooting that left three people dead and one injured on the 5400 block of 34th Ave. S.

Police say that a man and a boy and girl in their early teens were shot and killed early this morning in south Minneapolis' Wenonah neighborhood, and that an adult female was wounded.

Autopsy: Minn. sisters in Seychelles died of excess fluid in lungs

Annie and Robin Korkki on vacation on the island nation of Seychelles.

Two American sisters found dead in their tropical island villa while vacationing in Seychelles died of excess fluid in their lungs, according to police in the African archipelago nation.

Individual health plan premiums to jump at least 50 percent in Minn.

A nurse practitioner at a Target clinic in Roseville administered a flu shot to a 15-year-old boy.

The 2017 rates released Friday are for the individual market where about 5 percent of state residents buy coverage.

Robbed runners are more than fleet of foot to chase Minneapolis theft suspect

University of Arizona cross country runners were in pursuit of Darren Clinton, who is now charged.

Ryder Cup revels get started early, and the fans show off their stripes

Fans, many keeping with the Ryder Cup tradition of over-the-top dress, celebrated at the first green at Hazeltine in Chaska. Many were up long before dawn and lined up by 5 a.m. to get choice seats.

Early fog gave way to a warm and brilliant day, drawing an estimated 51,000 people to Hazeltine around noon. The Golf Channel said the crowd was the biggest in Ryder Cup history.


Home care aide Jasmine Laducer-Kitto went through physical therapy with Scott Semo on Thursday. Laducer-Kitto has cared for Semo for 11 years but said she is looking for other work because her wages ($12.65 per hour) aren’t enough to provide for her two daughters.

Minn. home care workers demand action on staff shortages, wages

Preservationists lose last-ditch effort to save Terrace Theatre; demolition to resume
Twin Cities fire departments try to clean up culture of dirty gear
Man, two teens dead after south Minneapolis domestic shooting

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Europe's Rory McIlroy celebrated Friday after sinking the match-winning eagle on the 16th hole during afternoon Ryder Cup play at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska.

Ryder Cup: After U.S. sweeps to 4-0 lead, Europe rallies to within 5-3

Firmed-up defense leads Lynx to brink of WNBA finals
Worst Twins ever: Loss No. 103 sets team record
Mitch Leidner, Gophers hungry for big game

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Developers of a 10-story office building, shown in this rendering, on Washington Avenue in the North Loop of Minneapolis changed their plan to accommodate much more parking.

Developers eye more parking for new North Loop office tower

A free MBA? In exchange for working in the Midwest for 2 years?
Individual health plan premiums to jump at least 50 percent in Minn.
Medtronic recalling heart pumps linked to patient death

A Turkish paramilitary police officer carried the lifeless body of Aylan Kurdi, 3. Members of the Chicago Fire Department worked on a gunshot victim at the scene of a double shooting in Ogden Park.

Rash Report: Unreal presidential race has little to offer a world of real trouble

Wells Fargo scandal shows the value of regulation
Sack cartoon: Syria
Readers Write (Oct. 1): Ryder Cup, Allina nurses' strike, Trump and taxes, campaign finance update, guns and terror


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Despite concerns that a rezoning plan for Prince’s property mentioned the possibility of installing a perimeter fence that could block the view of the late musician’s Chanhassen estate and studios, those converting the complex into a museum say they don’t want one.

Fear not, Prince fans: Paisley Park wall rumors put to rest

Plaques, cornerstones and friezes: Twin Cities buildings tell stories cast in concrete
Get ready for a slew of mouth-watering Twin Cities restaurant debuts
With 'Mass' concert, Minnesota Orchestra pays touching tribute to Stephen Paulus


Reusse: Sorry, Ryder Cup crowds, you just can't hate Europe
Patrick Reusse

We're not playing the Soviet Union here. We're not even playing Putin's Russia, which would be a contest worth all of the red, white and blue toggery and "USA, USA'' chants at Hazeltine National.

Cirque du Soleil's 'Toruk' fails to take flight at Target Center

REVIEW: Cirque du Soleil's retelling of "Avatar" lands like a dud at Target Center. There's a lot of eye candy, but ultimately the production fails to soar.

Reusse: U.S. Ryder Cup team 'best ever?' Yes, but ...
Patrick Reusse

The talent the United States is bringing to this 12-player, 28-match competition is astounding. There's only one way the Yanks are going to lose this time to Europe -- and that's if they choke.

Chris Hawkey struggled to come up with an answer during a game between the DJs on the radio during the early morning show at KFAN's studio in December .

KFAN host, singer Chris Hawkey among 20 who contracted Legionnaire's

Lady Gaga will perform during Super Bowl halftime show
Goldie Hawn's key to romance with Kurt Russell? No marriage
C.J.: Nekima Levy-Pounds' eye-opening take on so-called 'black-on-black crime'

Cam Newton (1) was sacked by Harrison Smith (22) in the fourth quarter.

Vikings defenders are learning from their mistakes

Jeff Locke got help in his best game
X Factor: Stefon Diggs could be the difference maker vs. Giants
First-rounder Treadwell still looking for first NFL catch

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump answers a question during the presidential debate with Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y., Monday, Sept. 26, 2016. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

Twitter, 'lies' and videotape: Trump shames beauty queen

Bernie Sanders to campaign for Hillary Clinton in Minnesota
Clinton in a landslide _ in endorsements: Do they matter?
Two Rivers native serves natural disaster victims with FEMA

Philadelphia Orchestra members walked the picket line after striking during the opening night Gala of the Philadelphia Orchestra on Friday.

Philadelphia Orchestra goes on strike, cancels opening gala

'Affluenza' teen's request to remove judge from case denied
Historic takeover of Puerto Rico's finances, agencies begins
NTSB has yet to interview injured engineer in deadly crash

Hurricane Matthew on Friday.

Mega-Hurricane Matthew threatens Jamaica, Haiti, Cuba

Europe's comet probe Rosetta ends 12-year mission with crash
Autopsy: Minn. sisters in Seychelles died of excess fluid in lungs
Colombia's rebels pave road to peace with apologies

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