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September 25, 2017

Sen. Collins' opposition kills GOP health care drive
The last-gasp Republican drive to tear down President Barack Obama's health care law essentially died Monday as Maine Sen. Susan Collins joined a small but decisive cluster of GOP senators in opposing the push. ... Read More


New Trump travel ban fuels anxiety in Minnesota
The new order may draw legal challenges, but it’s too soon to tell what will eventually happen, said a Somali attorney in Minneapolis. ... Read More


Husband arrested after wife found dead in south Minneapolis home
A 55-year-old man was arrested Monday after his wife was found dead in their south Minneapolis home. ... Read More


Dayton disagrees with kneeling protests, but also Trump response
The DFL governor said athletes should find other ways to protest, but he defends their right to kneel during the national anthem. ... Read More


First McDonald's to open in Minnesota celebrates 60th birthday
Baker recalls 1957, when restaurant opened on Snelling Av. in Roseville. ... Read More


Vehicle hits and kills 200-pound bear in Twin Cities suburb
A 200-pound bear was run over and killed during the night in the Twin Cities suburb of Corcoran, authorities said Monday. ... Read More


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Reeve angered by Lynx's early effort vs. Sparks in Game 1
Lynx coach Cheryl Reeve says in loss to Los Angeles, her team played like it took WNBA Finals for granted. ... Read More


Fairview Wine & Liquor in Roseville, first Twin Cities liquor store to battle nearby Total Wine, to close
Steve Burwell’s store opened in 1985, and the competition moved nearby in 2014. ... Read More


New eateries approved for Terminal One at MSP Airport
More than two dozen new eateries are planned for the busiest terminal at MSP — ranging from local favorites to national chains offering sushi to steak. ... Read More


At least six White House advisers used private e-mail accounts
Steve Bannon, the former chief White House strategist, and Reince Priebus, the former chief of staff, also occasionally used private e-mail addresses. ... Read More


Fleck: Smith, Brooks appear ready for Gophers' Big Ten opener
Bye week came at the right time for hurting running back duo. ... Read More


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Antarctic glacier loses piece of ice four times the size of Manhattan
The fact that large glaciers occasionally break off pieces in calving is not news. But the glacier has lost such a large piece at once, it has scientists wondering if it's on a runaway retreat. ... Read More


Lid pops off Vikings' offense with deep balls, big catches now in play
The Vikings’ penchant for dink-and-dunk football appears right now to be a thing of the past. ... Read More


DNR estimates surge in wolf population in Minnesota
The number of wolves in northeast Minnesota jumped 25 percent in the past year, most likely because deer, their favorite prey, saw a similar increase in population. ... Read More


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Fall in Minnesota is a sad story, but it's so beautifully written
It’s the same bittersweet story every year. And we love it, even though we know the plot. ... Read More


EPA sues city of Cass Lake over clean up costs of Superfund site
If a judge signs off, the city will pay $30,000. ... Read More


Goldy Gopher runs over youth football player during Vikings mascot game
On the list of controversial topics to come out of Sunday’s slate of NFL games, this ranks pretty low. But it has come to my attention that there was a mascot vs. youth football players game at U.S. Bank Stadium as part of the Vikings vs. Buccaneers halftime festivities. Goldy Gopher — perhaps insp... Read More


St. Thomas vs. St. John's football at Target Field was a huge success. So when is the rematch?
An announced crowd of 37,355 watched St. Thomas defeat St. John’s 20-17 in a football game Saturday at Target Field that destroyed the previous Division III high-water attendance mark by almost 20,000 fans. The game came together thanks to a perfect storm, so to speak, of circumstances. When the Tw... Read More


Baby born prematurely after attack on mom has died at Mayo Clinic
Police say an infant delivered by emergency surgery following an assault on the mother has died at a Rochester hospital. ... Read More


Ed Sheeran's big-league tryout set for U.S. Bank Stadium on Oct. 20, 2018
Tickets go on sale Oct. 20 exactly one year ahead of the concert, part of the British singer/songwriter's first big U.S. stadium tour. ... Read More


'Rock bottom': Weiner gets 21 months in prison for sexting
Anthony Weiner's sexting compulsion cost him his seat in Congress, his shot at becoming New York mayor and his marriage, and may have even denied Hillary Clinton the presidency. On Monday, it cost him his freedom. ... Read More


Feds charge one alleged supplier of deadly carfentanil in Twin Cities
It was the first complaint involving sale of deadly carfentanil in Minnesota. ... Read More


Dayton says U.S. Senate health care plan is a 'sham' that will hurt Minnesotans
The governor warned Monday of significant cuts to Medicaid programs. ... Read More


NBC's Megyn Kelly says she's 'done with politics' on debut
Megyn Kelly made her debut as an NBC morning TV host on Monday with the declaration that she's "kind of done with politics for now." ... Read More



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