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Fishing Contest Prize Winners Cleared in Brainerd
Organizers of a Minnesota ice fishing tournament says an investigation into possible fraud has cleared three Ohio men who won prizes, including a pickup truck.
White House Wants to Change Pay for Federal Workers
he White House wants to change how more than 1.5 million federal workers are paid, emphasizing performance-based raises instead of the current system that generally increases pay based on tenure.
Charges: Principal Stalked Detective Investigating Him
A Lakeville middle school principal is accused of stalking the police detective who was investigating him for electronic crimes.
Upper Midwest Preparing for Wintry Blast, Up to Foot of Snow
A wintry blast of weather it taking aim at the Upper Midwest, with forecasters warning that the storm could bring up to a foot of snow to some states.
UW-Madison: Free Tuition for Families Making Less than $56K
New in-state University of Wisconsin-Madison students will get free tuition if they come from families making $56,000 or less.
Scottish Glassmaker says Minnesota Company Copied its Design
While some people were toasting International Scotch Day on Thursday, a Minnesota company that makes whiskey-themed products was being served with a lawsuit asking them to lower their glasses.
Minnesota District Drops 2 Novels Due to Racial Slurs
Two classic novels will no longer be required reading in eastern Minnesota schools because they contain racial slurs.
Kale To Go: Amazon to Roll Out Delivery at Whole Foods
Amazon delivery is coming to Whole Foods. The online retailing giant plans to roll out two-hour delivery at the organic grocer this year to those who pay for Amazon's $99-a-year Prime membership.
Ex-Vikings Star Ordered to Pay Balance of Bank Loan
A judge has ordered former Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson to pay about $600,000 after he defaulted on a loan from a suburban Minneapolis bank.
Knock Knock…Who’s There? Taco Bell
The owner of KFC and Taco Bell is teaming up with Grubhub to expand home delivery. Yum Brands said Thursday that Grubhub will be responsible for KFC and Taco Bell delivery and online ordering, using its delivery people and it's technology.