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Clinton Plans St. Paul Stop on Book Tour

Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will make a stop in St. Paul on her tour to promote her new memoir.

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Free Hotel Rooms For Job-Hunting Veterans

Minnesota is joining a pilot program that provides free hotel stays to veterans who are searching for a job or new housing. The program lets veterans stay up to three nights free at Hilton hotels in the state.

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Minneapolis, Council in Light Rail Deal

The city of Minneapolis and the Metropolitan Council have reached an agreement that may remove a major obstacle to the third leg of the metro area's light rail system.

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Former Phone Employee From Woodbury Accused Of Sexting Customers

A former Verizon store employee in western Wisconsin is accused of sending lewd photos and messages to young female customers. Authorities say six girls or women have come forward and it's possible there could be additional complainants.

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Iron Range Superintendent Cited For DWI

An Iron Range school superintendent has been cited on suspicion of driving drunk. A police report says Mark Adams attended a Fourth of July gathering in Nashwauk and stopped at a gas station on the way home.

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Central Minnesota Berries Ripening For Peak Picking

Raspberries and blueberries are peaking in southern and central Minnesota as the strawberry season gets going in the northern region of the state.The cold, wet spring delayed the growing season, but the Minnesota Grown program says consumers can expect a variety of berries ready to be picked and enjoyed throughout the state this month.

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Girl Run Over, Killed by SUV in Brooklyn Center

Brooklyn Center police say a man backing up his sport utility vehicle accidentally ran over and killed a 14-month-old girl.

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Minnesota Farmers Get Good Week for Fieldwork

Minnesota farmers are coming off their best week for fieldwork in nearly a month.

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No One Hurt When Car Strikes Moorhead House

Moorhead police say no one was hurt when an 80-year-old man drove a car into a house. Police say the Moorhead man was backing out of a driveway late Monday morning when he says his foot got stuck on the accelerator.

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Target Field Debuts Self-Serve Beer Station

The Minnesota Twins say Target Field is the first major league ball park to serve beer from a vending machine. The self-serve beer station debuted Sunday during the game against the New York Yankees.

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