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State High School Football Rankings For This Week

The Associated Press state high school football polls for the week of September 10, first-place votes in parentheses, record and total points as voted upon by a statewide panel of prep sports writers:

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Reward Increased to $40K in Gas Station Killing

The reward is now up to $40,000 for a Minneapolis man accused of killing his ex-boyfriend at an Arden Hills gas station a month ago.

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Mining Company Searches for Elements in Tamarack

As copper-nickel mining moves slowly forward on the Iron Range, a smaller but potentially lucrative project is also advancing west of Duluth.

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‘No More Wiggle Room’ in Vikings Stadium Schedule

A Minnesota Vikings official says there is "no more wiggle room" in the construction schedule for the team's $1 billion stadium after a completion deadline got pushed back to the end of July in 2016.

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Milaca Man Killed, 3 Hurt On Way To Nebraska Farm Show

A 74-year-old Milaca man has died and three passengers have been injured in a crash while heading to a Nebraska farm show. Warren Kamstra was killed Tuesday morning on his way to the opening of Husker Harvest Days.

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Boil Water Order Lifted in Brainerd

A boil order has been lifted in Brainerd, which has the largest unchlorinated drinking water system in Minnesota.

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Police: Minneapolis Man Molests Sleepover Guest

Hennepin County authorities have charged a Minneapolis man who they say drugged and molested a 10-year-old girl during a sleepover.

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Rochester Authorities Pull Body From River

Rochester police are investigating after a dive team pulled a body from the Zumbro River.

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Police: Facebook Feud Led to Attack in St. Paul

Ramsey County authorities say a St. Paul woman beat another woman with a baseball bat after the strangers got into an argument on Facebook. Thirty-one-year-old Bridget Olson is charged with second-degree felony assault in the Sept. 4 attack.

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St. Cloud Police Chief Plans For More Cameras

The St. Cloud police chief wants to place more cameras on public property downtown to help deter and solve crimes. Police Chief Blair Anderson says he will talk to residents to ease concerns about adding at least three cameras.

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