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MINNEAPOLIS, MN - JUNE 30: Joe Mauer #7 of the Minnesota Twins reacts to striking out to end the game against the Kansas City Royals on June 30, 2014 at Target Field in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Royals defeated the Twins 6-1. (Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images)
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Fill-in Swarzak Pitches Twins Past Indians 3-1

Anthony Swarzak pitched five sharp innings in a fill-in start, Oswaldo Arcia homered and the Minnesota Twins beat the Cleveland Indians 3-1 Wednesday.

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State Hires Top Medical Pot Official

A health official who managed Minnesota's efforts to reduce tobacco use and obesity will run the state's new medical marijuana program.

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Savannah River Site, Flickr
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DNR Announces Plans For ‘Conservative’ Deer Season

Minnesota wildlife managers have announced rules for a "conservative" deer season to rebuild the whitetail population across much of the state. The Department of Natural Resources says only one deer can be harvested in 95 percent of the state, and the harvest of does will be further restricted.

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Mankato Readies For Vikings Training Camp

A town in southern Minnesota is preparing for an influx of Minnesota Vikings football players and fans on the eve of the team's three-week training camp. Mankato businesses are hiring additional employees in anticipation of a potential surge in clientele.

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Man, 2 Children Asked to Deplane Over Tweet

A Minneapolis man and his two children were asked to leave a Southwest Airlines flight in Denver after he tweeted about a boarding disagreement.

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Minneapolis Man Gets 15 Years For Fatal Bar Shooting

A Minneapolis man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for fatally shooting a man in a bar last August.

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Heart Condition May Have Caused Winona State Football Player’s Death

A coach says a Winona State University football player who collapsed and died during a workout likely died of a previously undetected heart condition. Twenty-two-year-old Shawn Afryl died Monday night during a voluntary conditioning workout at the university's Maxwell Field.

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Teenage Girl Testifies In Cook County Attorney Trial

A teenage girl has testified in the trial of a northern Minnesota prosecutor accused of sexual misconduct. Witnesses took the stand Tuesday in the trial of Cook County Attorney Tim Scannell in St. Louis County Court.

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Minnesota Race Track To Refund Horse Owners

A Minnesota race track manager says the track will refund horse owners after an audit found it shorted race purses by nearly $437,000 over four years. The Running Aces Harness Track general manager spoke at a legislative hearing Tuesday.

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Jury in Ventura Trial Breaks for Day; No Verdict

The jury deliberating in former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura's defamation lawsuit against late "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle has gone home for the day without reaching a verdict.

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