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St. Paul Man Sentenced To 90 Days For Moving Body

A St. Paul man has been sentenced to 90 days in the workhouse for concealing and moving the body of a friend who had died in his house. Authorities say the death of Rahel Nigusse in June was linked to poor health and a likely diabetic reaction.

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Medina Man Charged In Machete Attack On Deputy

Authorities have charged a 23-year-old Medina man after they say he attacked a sheriff's deputy with a machete. Donald Nichols was charged Tuesday with second-degree attempted murder and first-degree assault.

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DNR Closes Northwest Wolf Zone; 1 Zone Still Open

The Department of Natural Resources is closing the late wolf hunting-and-trapping season in northwestern Minnesota.

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Teen Charged in Southwest Minnesota Chase

A driver accused of trying to run down a southwestern Minnesota sheriff's deputy who shot at the suspect is facing criminal charges.

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NFL Likely Seeking Tax Breaks For 2018 Super Bowl

State lawmakers will likely be asked to extend an exemption on tickets to the 2018 Super Bowl in Minneapolis to cover tickets to related events as well. But the move would mean about $400,000 in foregone revenue for the state.

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Gophers’ Citrus Bowl Tickets Off to Fast Start

Ticket sales are off to a fast start for the Minnesota Gophers' first New Year's Day bowl game in 53 years. More than 2,500 tickets were snapped up in just one day of sales for the Citrus Bowl.

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Archdiocese Hires Criminal Defense Attorney

The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis has hired a criminal defense attorney to continue investigating whether Archbishop John Nienstedt was involved in sexual misconduct.

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Arrest In Fatal Stabbing At Light-Rail Station

Police have arrested a man in a fatal stabbing at a Minneapolis light-rail station over the weekend. Police arrested the 25-year-old Minneapolis man on Sunday night and booked him on probable cause for murder. Charges are still pending.

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Oliva, Kaat Miss Out On Hall Of Fame Again

Two former Minnesota Twins have been denied entry again to the Hall of Fame. Tony Oliva and Jim Kaat were among the 10 candidates considered by the 16-member Golden Era committee.

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Northern Pike Spearing Returns To Mille Lacs Lake

The return of northern pike spearing to Mille Lacs Lake for the first time in 32 years is generating a buzz among long-time spearers. It's also brought hope for resort owners whose fortunes have been tied to the big lake's struggling walleye population.

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