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City Attorney: Minneapolis Can’t Ban Redskins Name

The Minneapolis City Attorney's office says the city can't ban the Redskins name when Washington plays the Vikings at the University of Minnesota next month. The city attorney concluded Minneapolis has no jurisdiction over speech on property owned by the university because the school is a state — not a municipal — entity.

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Charges: Fairfax Plant Worker Got Immigrants Fake IDs

An employee of a Minnesota slaughterhouse is accused of arranging false identifications this year for at least a dozen people. Thirty-one-year-old Mireya Reyes of Fairfax is charged in federal court with five felony counts of aiding and abetting the misuse of Social Security numbers while employed with Triple J Family Farms near Buffalo Lake.

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Attorneys Attack Alleged Victim In Moorhead Sex Tape Case

Attorneys for two hockey players charged with making a sex video with a 15-year-old girl at a Moorhead motel last winter are calling her a "sexual predator" who was competing with another woman to have sex with as many players as possible.

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Demand For Firewood Surging in Rural Minnesota

Firewood is in high demand in rural Minnesota, where people who remember last year's long, cold winter are stocking up on anything to keep their homes warm. Dean and Duane White, loggers who work in the woods north of Akeley, are focusing on supplying individual customers with wood for their home instead of local lumber mills.

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Plea Entered In DUI Crash That Killed Boy

A man accused of driving the wrong way on a Rochester street while intoxicated and causing a fatal crash has entered a plea to vehicular homicide charges. Gerald Mohs entered a Norgaard plea of guilty Tuesday, meaning he doesn't remember the events, but acknowledges the state has sufficient evidence for a conviction.

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Law Enforcement To Show Support For Youth Programs

Statewide law enforcement groups in Minnesota say they support community-based youth programs as a way to keep young people out of trouble. A 2012 report from the Minnesota Office of Justice Programs shows that 90 percent of youth involved in intervention programs do not receive tickets, citations or new delinquency charges while receiving programming.

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