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Sheriff: More Than 1 Suspect Sought in Elderly Man’s Death

Authorities are looking for more than one suspect in an attack that left a 90-year-old rural Carver County man dead.

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Official: 1 Killed, 9 Others Injured in Duluth Bus Crash

Duluth police say a man was killed when two city buses crashed into each other.

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House GOP Wants Small Bumps in School Funding Formula

Minnesota would spend about $179 more on each student under an education funding plan from House Republicans.

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Soccer Franchise Leaders Approach Capitol For Stadium Help

The business group behind a new Minnesota Major League Soccer franchise is making a high-level pitch for a stadium financing package reliant on city, county and state tax breaks.

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Deadly Bird Flu Confirmed At 8 More Minnesota Turkey Farms

State and federal officials have announced the discovery of a deadly bird flu strain at eight more Minnesota turkey farms, raising the state's total to 22.

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UPDATE: Father of Crystal Boy Charged with 2nd Degree Murder

Authorities in Minneapolis have charged the father of a 10-year-old boy whose body was found in the Mississippi River with 2nd-degree murder. The criminal complaint charging Pierre Barlee Collins cites cell phone location data that police said places him near the spot in the river where Barway Collins' body was found.

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Agency Tells Firefighting Aircraft to Stay Away from Drones

A Minnesota state agency is telling pilots to disengage from fighting wildfires if they see an unmanned aircraft flying over a fire this season. The new restrictions for wildfire-fighting planes and helicopters come from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.

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Authorities ID 21-Year-Old Woman Killed in Minneapolis Shooting

Authorities have identified a 21-year-old Bloomington woman who was fatally shot in south Minneapolis over the weekend. The Hennepin County medical examiner's office announced Sunday night that Ayan Abdi Abdulahi died of a single gunshot wound to the head.

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1st ‘Saltie’ of Season Arrives in Twin Ports

The first oceangoing vessel of the 2015 shipping season has pulled into the Port of Duluth-Superior.

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Partial Minnesota Bird Flu Losses Hit $15.7 Million

The Minnesota Turkey Growers Association estimates the state's turkey producers have lost $15.7 million worth of birds to avian influenza flu outbreaks in recent weeks.

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