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Police Used Stun Gun On Vikings Defensive Tackle Johnson

A police report shows Minneapolis officers used a chemical spray and a stun gun on Vikings defensive tackle Tom Johnson after he refused to leave a downtown club. Johnson, who is listed at 6-foot-3 and 288 pounds, was arrested early Sunday after security officials and police repeatedly told him to leave Seven steakhouse.

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Small Fire Temporarily Displaces Travelers

A small fire at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport temporarily displaced some travelers at one concourse. It happened about 5 a.m. Monday when about 20 people were evacuated from the G Concourse when smoke detectors and sprinklers were activated.

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Minnesota Hospitals Prepared To Handle Ebola Cases

Minnesota hospitals are among those around the country making sure their prepared to handle any potential cases of Ebola. Hennepin County Medical Center already had a 4-hour Ebola preparedness drill planned before the case in Dallas surfaced last week.

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Nicholas Mullenmaster, Photo courtesy of Dakota County Jail
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Man Charged With Flushing Nails In Eagan Toilets

Authorities have charged a man with a felony who they say flushed pounds of hardware nails down toilets in Eagan. Thirty-eight-year-old Nicholas Mullenmaster of St. Paul is charged with first-degree criminal property damage.

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Here’s How The State Ranked High School Football Teams Fared Over The Weekend

Here's a look at how the state ranked high school football teams did over the weekend.

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SCSU Transcript Change Probe Finds no Violation

The U.S. Department of Education has closed an investigation into changes made to students' transcripts at St. Cloud State University.

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Programs On Stereotyping Planned For Vikings, Redskins Game

The University of Minnesota is announcing several days of programs to increase awareness of racial stereotyping ahead of next month's Vikings-Redskins football game on campus. University officials have said they're working with the Vikings to keep the Redskins' name from being used when the two teams play at TCF Bank Stadium on Nov. 2. That situation hasn't been resolved yet.

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Minnesota Cities Seek to Change State Water Rules

Three groups representing Minnesota cities have announced they will sue the state Pollution Control Agency to change new water-quality rules aiming to reduce phosphorus pollution in waterways.

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Police: Woman Arrested At Cottage Grove School

Cottage Grove police have arrested a woman who they say fought with officers and grabbed an arresting officer's handgun after being questioned about the disappearance of her 7-year-old daughter.

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Overdose Deaths Exceed Traffic Fatalities

The Minnesota Department of Health has an alarming statistic about drug overdose deaths.The number of people who have died from heroin and prescription painkiller overdoses in 2013 is greater than the number of people killed in traffic accidents in Minnesota.

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