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  • Hundreds of Metrodome seats find new life

    WELLS, Minn. (AP) – As work begins to demolish the Metrodome in downtown Minneapolis, hundreds of its blue stadium seats will be recycled by a small school district in southern Minnesota. The United South Central …

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    21 Jan 14
  • Duluth business criticized for MLK sale

      DULUTH, Minn. (AP) – The owner of a Duluth store that sells goods from around the world is getting some heat over a Martin Luther King Day sale that offered a discount for black …

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    21 Jan 14
  • University announces plan to promote campus safety

      MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – University of Minnesota officials have announced a multi-pronged approach to promote campus safety as students return for the spring semester – after a fall in which robberies on and off campus …

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    21 Jan 14
  • Minn. dentists to offer free dental care for kids

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Appointments are now open for needy children in Minnesota to receive free dental care next month. The Minnesota Dental Association will hold its annual “Give Kids a Smile” charitable event Feb. 7th …

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    20 Jan 14
  • Activists drop suit over park near Vikings stadium

      MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Three activists have dropped a lawsuit against the city of Minneapolis over its plans for a park linked to a $400 million development project near the new Vikings stadium. Stephanie Woodruff, …

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    20 Jan 14
  • Target breach appears to be part of broader scam

    NEW YORK (AP) – The security breach that hit Target Corporation during the crucial holiday season seemed to be part of a broader scam that affected several retailers. That’s according to a report published by …

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    17 Jan 14
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    DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) – Corn is the top crop for U.S. farmers but the golden luster has faded with much lower corn prices prompting many to consider switching to more soybeans this year. A …

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    17 Jan 14
  • Phillip-Nelson-Transfer

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Minnesota quarterback Philip Nelson says he intends to transfer to another school that runs an offense “that centers more around the passing game.” The sophomore made the surprise announcement Thursday when he …

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    17 Jan 14