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Minnesota Orchestra Posts $650,000 Deficit

The Minnesota Orchestra says it has ended the 2014 budget year with a smaller-than-expected deficit of $650,000.

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St. Paul Man Seeks Compensation For Wrongful Imprisonment

A Minnesota man is seeking compensation from the state under a newly enacted wrongful imprisonment law after a judge threw out his conviction in a fatal car crash.

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Minnesota Considers Transgender Athlete Policy

The Minnesota State High School League is again considering a proposed policy on transgender student-athletes in high school sports after tabling the guidelines earlier this year.

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Teen Gets Probation in Girlfriend’s Drug Death

A Blue Earth teenager has been sentenced to probation in the suspected synthetic drug overdose death of his girlfriend.

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Hollins Leads Minnesota Past Wake, 84-69

Andre Hollins scored a season-high 27 points and Minnesota beat Wake Forest 84-69 on Tuesday night in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge.

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Suspect’s Trial in Mendota Heights Police Killing Moved To St. Cloud

A judge has moved the trial of a man accused of killing a Mendota Heights police officer last summer. Dakota County Judge Mary Theisen ruled Tuesday that the trial for Brian Fitch Sr. will be moved to St. Cloud.

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Feds: Minnesota Woman Stole Passport to Travel to Syria

A Minnesota woman is charged in federal court with stealing a passport so she could travel to Syria.

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UPDATE: Day 1 For Adrian Peterson’s Appeal Ends

The first day of Adrian Peterson's appeal hearing has ended after more than three hours. The Minnesota running back did not comment as he departed, while his attorney, Jeffrey Kessler, said only that the hearing will continue Thursday. The proceedings were held before longtime hearing officer Harold Henderson.

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Winona State Student Found Dead In Restaurant Dumbwaiter

Authorities in Wisconsin are investigating the death of a college student whose body was found in a dumbwaiter at a bar and grill. Police responded to a 911 call at WingDam Saloon and Grill in Fountain City about 8 p.m. Monday.

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Target Field Renovations Include Extra Event Space

The Minnesota Twins want to make some renovations at Target Field. The team is asking the ballpark's operators, the Minnesota Ballpark Authority, for permission to expand event space and add a rail bar before Opening Day in 2015.

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