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Chicago police to Trump: Tell us about your 'magic bullet' to stop crime

Donald Trump’s crime commentary has been a recurring part of his campaign. He says he would be the No. 1 fan of the police.

Trump has repeatedly invoked Chicago's bloodshed on the campaign trail to frame himself as the law-and-order candidate in his race against Hillary Clinton.

Fired Lakeville police officer sues city in federal court

The former officer is claiming a violation of First Amendment rights over police media policy.

Clinton aide Abedin dumps husband Weiner over new scandal

Huma Abedin stood by her husband Anthony Weiner during his 2013 mayoral campaign, but she is separating from him after a new sexting revelation.

Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin is done playing the good wife to Anthony Weiner, announcing Monday she is leaving the serially sexting ex-congressman after he was accused of sending raunchy photos and messages to yet another woman.

Charges: Firetruck driver in deadly I-35W crash lacked sleep, smoked pot

Crews worked at Interstate 35W and 95th Avenue in Blaine about four hours after Saturday's crash that killed two people and injured several seriously.

Two in Michigan-based crew on its way to Utah died in wreck.

With no takers, funeral home offered for free will be torn down for condo


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Craig Lee of Ten K Solar, center, explained his job to kids from a solar energy camp at Shiloh Temple in north Minneapolis.

In Minnesota churches, let there be light – solar light

Philando Castile vigil briefly halts traffic near State Fair
St. Paul police focus on crime at University and Snelling
Supreme Court showdown looms Tuesday over Minneapolis ballot questions

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Twins closer Brandon Kintzler conferred with catcher Juan Centeno after giving up a single to Cleveland's Chris Gimenez in the 10th inning. Gimenez scored the game's only run when Jason Kipnis later singled in the 10th.

Losing streak reaches 11 as Twins lose 1-0 in 10 innings

Scoggins: U assistant Sherels embodies what's great about college football
Preseason takeaway: Vikings defense is developing as desired
Filling out the U.S. Ryder Cup roster will be a lesson in teamwork

Scores, schedules and stats
The maker of EpiPen — shown here with a school nurse in Ashburn, Va. — said it would introduce a generic version of the product, which will be available in several weeks.

EpiPen maker to offer generic version at half price after outcry

Short-seller publicizes video claiming to show a hack of St. Jude pacemaker
Wheaties creates Lifetime Achievement box for Michael Phelps
Prime Therapeutics, Walgreens to form pharmacy alliance


The Mildmay center treats HIV patients near Kampala, Uganda.

Editorial counterpoint: What we lose if we lose the Clinton Foundation

Go ahead and criticize the 49ers' Kaepernick over protest, but let's be civil
The 2016 campaign: Hillary forgets the lessons of Bill's presidency
Readers Write (Aug. 30): The NFL's Colin Kaepernick and patriotism, the Clinton Foundation, Southwest light rail, the Minnesota State Fair

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Bonnie Olson participated in a yoga class for people with Parkinson’s disease at Tarana Yoga Studio. At top, Amy Samson-Burke led the class.

Om power: Minnesota study looking at yoga's ability to offset Parkinson's symptoms

Monty Lee Wilkes, sound engineer for Nirvana, First Ave., dies at 54
Questlove to spin Prince dance parties after the Revolution's concerts
Beyonce proves she's in a lane of her own at MTV VMAs

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Review: "Bars and Measures" at the Jungle Theater contemplates the uniting power of music in these divided times
Graydon Royce

Jungle Theater explores the power of music in sincere but under-investigated new play.

Scoggins: 'Let's not revisit the Teddy Twilight Zone again'
Chip Scoggins

His final three throws of the preseason put to rest the mysterious shoulder issue that snowballed into an awkward dance between coach Mike Zimmer and the media.

St. Anthony: Charting a better course for retirement
Neal St. Anthony

Planning extends beyond saving to a rethinking of the entire concept.


Movin' up: Looks like Patrick Hammer will get his promotion.

C.J.: Former metro meteorologist Patrick Hammer still scheduled to become chief at WGRZ

Anthony Weiner's Twitter account disappears after another sexting scandal
Facebook post from Michael Phelps fan with autism inspires
Robert Redford makes fundraising plea for Feingold

Logan Schafer with the Brewers in 2013.

Logan Schafer excited by Twins' call to return to big leagues

RandBall: For the Twins, it's not great when you need 48
Postgame: Molitor liked his matchup with Kintzler facing Kipnis
Santiago: No more worrying about walks

GOP poll: Paulsen ahead of Bonoff, lots of undecided voters

Wednesday speech could clarify Trump's immigration policy
FBI: Man threatened to kill President Obama, attack a mosque
After 32 years, McDonald's worker with special needs retires

Diann Aldridge and her grandchildren grieved for the children’s mother, Nykea Aldridge, at a vigil in Chicago on Sunday.

Chicago's relentless shootings make August its most violent month in 20 years

Hurricane watch issued as storm nears Hawaii's Big Island
Scientists spend year in isolation to test life on Mars
Ryan Lochte mum on returning to Brazil to face charges

FILE - In this Nov. 5, 2009, file photo, Juan Gabriel performs at the 10th Annual Latin Grammy Awards in Las Vegas. The press office for Mexican superstar Gabriel says the singer has died at age 66. The statement says he died Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016, but does not say where.

Juan Gabriel, musical superstar of Mexico, dies at 66

Latin American diplomats urge U.S. to change policy on Cuban migrants
Did fall from tree kill famous human ancestor Lucy?
Pope Francis chats in person with Facebook CEO Zuckerberg

Ranking all 47 new foods at the Minnesota State Fair (and where to find them)

What's on your State Fair soundtrack? Readers pick songs for Spotify playlist
Review: Dixie Chicks play it fair in first of two grandstand concerts
Minnesota State Fair serves up big dose of politics in key year

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The Dixie Chicks, from left, Emily Robison, Natalie Maines and Martie Maguire performed at Madison Square Garden in 2003.

How the Dixie Chicks helped me become a creative, independent woman

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

U.S. Bank Stadium sold out for Vikings 2016 season

Metro Transit's Rail Control Center leans in to stadium learning curve
Vikings setting up bar, music, kid games outside U.S. Bank Stadium
U.S. Bank Stadium doors and Vikings Voyage open