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U of M Students Angered By Ticket Bundling Policy

A student leader at the University of Minnesota is trying to change a policy that forces students to buy football season passes to get tickets to other sports.

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Officers Surround Apartment in Stewartville

Law enforcement officers have surrounded an apartment building in Stewartville after they received a report of a man with a gun.

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UPDATE: Missing Hunter Turns Up Unhurt Near Lake Mille Lacs

The search for a missing hunter in Crow Wing County has ended with his safe return. Sheriff's deputies launched a search late Wednesday after 76-year-old Glen Huff failed to return from hunting southwest of Garrison.

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Dayton, Johnson Tangle Over Jobs, Rural Concerns

The strength of Minnesota's economy put Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton and Republican nominee Jeff Johnson at odds in an opening debate that also saw skirmishes over health care and transportation.

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2nd Man Charged In State Fair Beer Exhibit Robbery

Federal authorities have charged a second man in the armed robbery of a craft beer exhibit at the Minnesota State Fair. According to the criminal complaint, 23-year-old Jordan Strickland of St. Paul helped another man with a gun bind two victims at the booth with duct tape and then stole about $104,000 in cash.

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Wells Fargo to Pay $295K to Resolve EEOC Complaint

A federal agency says Wells Fargo has agreed to pay $295,000 to resolve a claim that the company unfairly fired a Hispanic employee in Minneapolis.

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Dassel Man in Critical Condition After Falling From Railroad Bridge

A Dassel man is in critical condition after he fell from a railroad bridge.

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MNsure Says 4.5 Percent Average Hike In 2015

Minnesota officials say the average rate for policies sold on the state health insurance exchange next year will go up 4.5 percent. They say that will still give Minnesota the lowest average rate in the nation.

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McFadden, Franken Clash On Mining, Health Care

Democratic Sen. Al Franken and his Republican challenger Mike McFadden spent their first debate clashing over how to address problems in President Barack Obama's health care law and mining on Minnesota's Iron Range.

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News @ Noon: Clay Target League Enjoying Huge Success In Minnesota [AUDIO]

Thousands of high school students are picking-up a gun and joining a new sport. The "Minnesota State High School Clay Target League" is exploding in popularity. Executive Director Jim Sable says their fall league has 1,770 participants from 68 high schools.

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