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Paralyzed Athletes Overcome Obstacles In St. Paul

Several paralyzed athletes have been given the opportunity to leave their wheelchairs behind and take to the air at Twin Cities Trapeze Center. Tresa Honaker, Dwayne Scheuneman and Angelique Lele were able to feel the sensation of fight for the first time since their spinal cord injuries.

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Mankato Student Remains In Coma After Long Fall

A Minnesota State University student remains in a coma in Milwaukee, weeks after he fell from a parking ramp after a night of drinking. Heartbroken family and friends are still trying to piece together the circumstances of that night.

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2 St. Cloud People Hurt In 2 Vehicle Crash In Crow Wing County

Two people from St. Cloud were hurt in a two-vehicle crash on Highway 169 near Garrison on Saturday. The State Patrol says the incident happened at about 12:45 p.m.

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St. Paul Police Defend Officers In Stun-Gun Video

The St. Paul police union is defending the three officers who used a stun gun on a man who was sitting in a downtown skyway.

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Woman Struck, Killed By St. Paul Light-Rail Train

St. Paul police say a woman who was struck and killed by a light-rail train may have been listening to headphones.

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Minnesota Holding Onto $606 Million In Unclaimed Assets

The state of Minnesota is making little effort to return unclaimed money to more than 50,000 residents, including a U.S. senator, rock star and state commissioner.

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Twin Cities Schools Launch ‘Minnesota Thursdays’

Students in Minneapolis and St. Paul public schools will eat lunch food that comes from Minnesota farmers on the first Thursday of every month.

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Project Tracks Minnesota’s Snake Populations

A herpetologist for the Minnesota Biological Survey is leading an effort to catalog Minnesota's snake species and figure out how different snake populations are faring.

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State Fair Visitors Eat Up Lots Of Wireless Data

On top of corn dogs and fried cheese curds, visitors to the Minnesota State Fair are also eating up a lot of wireless data.

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Woman Hit By 2 Cars, Killed In Mille Lacs County

The Minnesota State Patrol says a 57-year-old woman died after she was hit by two vehicles in Mille Lacs County.

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