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Minnesota Man Dies After Jacket Gets Tangled in Door

A 41-year-old Fosston man died after his jacket became tangled in an automatic door at a northern Minnesota hardwood company.

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Anoka-Hennepin Teachers Reach Tentative Agreement

Teachers have reached a tentative contract agreement in Minnesota's largest school district following 10 months of negotiations.

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$150,000 Study Could Help Minnesota Benefit From North Dakota Oil

Minnesota lawmakers are considering a $150,000 study of the North Dakota oil boom's effects on the state. The same study would examine ways Minnesota could take advantage of the boom and be more economically competitive.

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As Duluth Grows, Housing Market Tightens

The city of Duluth has worked hard to add jobs and make the city more attractive by nurturing its arts and outdoors scene. Its success is highlighting a new problem: not enough mid-range housing is available for all those people moving in.

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Nuclear Regulatory Commission Urges Fixes At Monticello

A top Nuclear Regulatory Commission official says Xcel Energy needs to work to improve the "degraded" performance of its Monticello nuclear power plant. Regional administrator Cynthia Pederson says Xcel needs to understand the "depth and breadth" of performance issues and correct t hem.

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18 Inches Of New Snow In Northwest Minnesota

Eighteen inches of fresh snow whipped up by winds of 50 miles per hour might seem like a cruel April Fool's joke, but for residents of northwestern Minnesota it's all too real.

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Pelicans Are On Their Way Back To Minnesota

Flocks of pelicans are on their way back to Minnesota from the Gulf Coast. American white pelicans are among the world's largest birds.

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Tornado Damages Farms In Western Minnesota

A tornado has damaged at least three farms in rural Minnesota, but no injuries are reported. Yellow Medicine County Sheriff Bill Flaten said in a statement the tornado was reported about 4 p.m. Monday southeast of St. Leo.

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Minnesota Youth Pastor Charged With Soliciting Girls

A Minnesota youth pastor has been charged with trying to solicit nude photos from adolescent girls online.

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De Aza Hits 2 Home Runs as White Sox Beat Twins 5-3

Alejandro De Aza hit two homers, and Jose Abreu had two hits in his major league debut to back Chris Sale and lead the Chicago White Sox to a 5-3 season-opening victory over the Minnesota Twins on Monday.

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