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June Foray, voice of Rocky on 'Rocky and Bullwinkle Show,' dies at 99

June Foray, the voice of Rocky the flying squirrel, shown in 2006. Foray died at age 99.

Media showman, Minnesota's rock 'n' roll 'godfather' Bill Diehl dies at 91

Bill Diehl during a live WCCO broadcast at Lindahl Olds in 1982.

He helped shape Minnesota's burgeoning rock scene in the 1960s.


Under a tentative agreement with the city, 15 trash haulers will each take a portion of St. Paul based on their market share.

St. Paul moves ahead with talks on coordinated trash hauling

New plaza in the works for Lake Calhoun/Bde Maka Ska
Columbus City Council delays vote on proposed asphalt plant
Controversial pedophilia-themed show back in Minnesota Fringe Festival

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Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater speaks at his first press conference since his knee injury last year, during NFL football training camp in Mankato, Minn., Thursday, July 27, 2017.

'In it for the long haul': Bridgewater talks about his comeback journey

Reeve unhappy Lynx forced to Williams Arena for playoffs: 'It's not OK'
Twins trade John Ryan Murphy to Arizona for minor-league closer
Alabama defensive tackle O.J. Smith transfers to Gophers

Autozone CEO Bill Rhodes, at the microphone, and Target CEO Brian Cornell, at left, and other executives visited the White House in February to raise concerns about a border adjustment tax.

Border adjustment tax dropped from GOP budget plans

Jeff Bezos becomes world's richest person, surpassing Bill Gates
Turning a page: Leadpages co-founder Collins taps his own CEO successor
US stocks dip; drops for tech stocks offset telecom gains

Attorney General Jeff Sessions gives a statement at the Department of Justice in Washington, July 20, 2017. Sessions deflected questions on Thursday about whether he can continue to serve in his post after President Donald Trump expressed a lack of confidence in Sessions for recusing himself from the Russia investigation. Sessions said he loves his job and will continue to serve “as long as that is appropriate.” (Tom Brenner/The New York Times)

Sessions' prime time humiliation is a Trump classic: 'Jeff, you're fired.'

Don't rush choice for next Minneapolis police chief
Sack cartoon: Jeff Sessions faces Trump's criticism
Readers Write: National leadership, Trump and transgender members of the military, Trump's Boy Scout speech, NFL brain injuries, baby deliveries in St. Paul, a slice of life

Jeff Sessions faces Trump's criticism

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Comedian Dave Chappelle.

Comedian Dave Chappelle dines at acclaimed Robbinsdale restaurant

How Minneapolis became a 'must-play market' for stadium rock tours
Why Sunday's Guns N' Roses stadium concert is one of the year's biggest rock shows
Well-known Mpls. restaurants add health care surcharge

Obituary: Entrepreneur Elliott Royce was a remarkable retiree

At age 96, Elliott Royce attended trampoline class three times per week. The hobby fit with his retirement routine of falling five times every morning…

Anderson: Webster is master of realistic wildlife art
Dennis Anderson

Bill Webster captured the true beauty of game birds.

Al Farmes' gone, but his legacy lives
Dennis Anderson

Al Farmes died Wednesday at 93, but the 'Save the Wetlands' program he helped create saved many prized habitats for posterity.


Hillary Clinton speaks during BookExpo 2017 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center on June 1, 2017 in New York City, N.Y. A Republican donor and operative who said he had tried to obtain Clinton's missing emails from Russian hackers has reportedly killed himself.

Hillary Clinton calling new book 'What Happened'

Legislative auditor: U should consider limiting regents' friends, family at TCF Bank Stadium suite
Trump's order: Bar all transgender troops from US military
Protection for pregnant workers bill signed in Massachusetts

Authorities stand near the Fire Ball amusement ride after the ride malfunctioned injuring several at the Ohio State Fair, Wednesday, July 26, 2017, in Columbus, Ohio. Some of the victims were thrown from the ride when it malfunctioned Wednesday night, said Columbus Battalion Chief Steve Martin.

Spinning Ohio State Fair ride breaks apart; 1 dead, 7 hurt

FBI arrests suspect in woman's death on Alaska cruise ship
New York eyes textalyzer to bust drivers using cellphones
Border adjustment tax dropped from GOP budget plans

In this Wednesday, July 26, 2017, photo, a waitress pours a new type of Taedonggang beer, the eighth in its line of specialty brews, made of wheat and hops at the Taedonggang Brewery in Pyongyang, North Korea. Taedonggang beers are generally reputed to be world-class, which is a matter of national pride among many North Koreans.

N. Korea mysteriously nixes beer fest, but unveils new brew

Britain to ban new diesel, gas cars by 2040
Colson Whitehead, Arundhati Roy among Man Booker contenders
Iran president says country will 'respond' if US missile law passes

The Los Angeles Dodgers celebrate a walk-off single by Justin Turner, center, after a baseball game against the Minnesota Twins in Los Angeles, Wednesday, July 26, 2017. (AP Photo/Kelvin Kuo)

Granite's gaffe helps take Twins from 5-0 lead to 6-5 loss to Dodgers

Buxton going to Rochester for rehab; Sano still sidelined
Twins schedule about to get easier, should keep them in playoff chase
Pearce hits 10th-inning grand slam, Jays sweep A's, win 8-4

Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater speaks at his first press conference since his knee injury last year, during NFL football training camp in Mankato, Minn., Thursday, July 27, 2017.

'In it for the long haul': Bridgewater talks about his comeback journey

Griffen's new contract puts Vikings in position for more big deals
Vikings working on contract extensions, but apparently not for Bradford
Hartman: Tim Brewster sings praises of Vikings' rookie Cook

In this combination photo, Quincy Jones appears at his home in Los Angeles, Calif., on April 9, 2004, left, and Michael Jackson arrives to court on March 2, 2005, in Santa Maria, Calif. On Wednesday, July 26, 2017, a jury found that Jackson�s estate owes Jones $9.4 million in royalties and production fees from �Billie Jean,� �Thriller� and more of the superstar�s biggest hits.

Jury: Michael Jackson estate owes Quincy Jones $9.4 million

Michael Phelps stands by Shark Week race: 'You can believe whatever you want'
Princes William, Harry remember their final call with Diana
Comedian Dave Chappelle dines at acclaimed Robbinsdale restaurant

'Bluer Than Blue' singer Michael Johnson dies at 72

The pop and country hitmaker spent much of his career in the Twin Cities.


Barbara Sinatra, Frank's 4th wife and philanthropist, dies

Barbara Sinatra, the fourth wife of legendary singer Frank Sinatra and a prominent children's advocate and philanthropist who raised millions of dollars to help abused youngsters, died Tuesday. She was 90.


Stanley Bachman grew the family's floral business

Every spring morning, Stanley Bachman got out of bed at 4 a.m. to pick carnations in the greenhouse for the family floral business."It was so…


Last orca calf born in captivity at a SeaWorld park dies

The last killer whale born in captivity under SeaWorld's former orca-breeding program died Monday at the company's San Antonio park, SeaWorld said.


Poultry mogul Bo Pilgrim dies at age 89

Lonnie "Bo" Pilgrim, who grew a one-time feed store into the world's largest poultry producer before losing the company in bankruptcy, has died at 89.