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Search For Homicide Fugitive Moves to Prior Lake

The search for a homicide fugitive has shifted from the Anoka County airport in Blaine to Prior Lake following another possible sighting of the suspect. Ramsey County sheriff's officials say various law enforcement agencies have responded to an area near the Mystic Lake Casino.

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Semi Driver Seriously Burned in Explosion

A semi driver suffered significant burns in an explosion inside his rig in Duluth.

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Duluth Players Suspended In Underage Drinking Incident

The head football coach at the University of Minnesota Duluth says some players have been suspended after police cited them for underage drinking. Coach Curt Wiese says some players have also lost scholarships and two have been stripped of their roles as team captains.

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Atwater Police Chief Apologizes For Dead Chicken

A Minnesota police chief says he has apologized to a 5-year-old boy for beheading his pet chicken. Atwater Police Chief Trevor Berger told The Associated Press he didn't know the chicken was a pet when he killed it with a shovel Aug. 16.

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Northern Minnesota Resort Owner Withdraws Liquor Bid

A northern Minnesota resort owner has withdrawn his bid for a liquor license, citing pressure from a nearby American Indian reservation.

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Twin Cities Authorities Identify Struck Pedestrian

Authorities have identified the 42-year-old woman who died after being struck by a light rail train near the border of Minneapolis and St. Paul over the weekend.

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UDPATE: Minnesota State Fair Sets Attendance Record

The 2014 Minnesota State Fair has set an all-time attendance record. Fair officials announced Tuesday that the Great Minnesota Get-Together attracted 1,824,830 visitors during its 12-day run that ended Monday.

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MNsure Trying to Fix ‘Life Event’ Changes Backlog

Minnesota's new health insurance exchange is struggling with a backlog caused by changes to coverage through the online marketplace.

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Duluth Football Players Cited For Underage Drinking

About two dozen University of Minnesota Duluth football players have been cited for underage drinking at a weekend party. Bulldogs coach Curt Wiese confirmed the citations Monday and said the university is dealing with the matter internally.

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Search Resumes In Blaine For Homicide Suspect

Law enforcement officers have resumed their search in Blaine for a man accused of killing his former boyfriend. All gates to the Anoka County-Blaine Airport are closed as authorities look for Lyle "Ty" Hoffman.

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