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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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Fatal Industrial Accident Investigated In Mankato

Police in Mankato are investigating the death of a man who was struck and killed while walking in an industrial area in Mankato. Authorities say the victim died at the scene of the accident Monday afternoon.

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Minnesota Health Exchange Targeting Uninsured

The state-run health insurance exchange is aiming to sign up the last 5 percent of Minnesota residents without insurance through a multimillion dollar effort. MNsure is using market research and targeted advertisement in its second-year marketing strategy.

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Minnesota Health Exchange Targeting Uninsured

The state-run health insurance exchange is aiming to sign up the last 5 percent of Minnesota residents without insurance through a multimillion dollar effort.

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Thieves Steal Christmas Decorations From Grave

A mother whose 1-year-old daughter died earlier this year says her family has been through enough - so it's hard to comprehend why anyone would steal Christmas decorations from the girl's grave in Roseville.

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Amended Charges Expected In Anoka County Crash

Anoka County sheriff's officials say new charges are expected against a man accused of driving drunk and causing a crash that has now taken the life of a passenger. Twenty-year-old Brandyn Syverson died over the weekend from injuries suffered in the Nov. 23 crash.

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Minneapolis Man Gets Nearly 34 Years In Slaying

A Minneapolis man has been sentenced to almost 34 years in prison for killing his girlfriend and dumping her body behind a building in St. Louis Park. Walter Thompson III received the punishment Monday in the death of 46-year-old Nerissa Shaw.

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Minnesota Opens 22,000 Miles Of Snowmobile Trails

Minnesota has launched a revamped website on snow conditions to coincide with the opening of the state's 22,000 miles of snowmobile trails. The state Department of Natural Resources announced Monday the trails are officially open, although many don't have enough snow for riding.

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