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Authorities: 9 Hurt in 1-Vehicle Crash in Wright County

Authorities say nine people were hurt in a single-vehicle crash in Wright County, about 50 miles west of Minneapolis.

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Hundreds Prepare to Go Bare in Minneapolis Public Protest

Hundreds of women are preparing to risk arrest and go topless as part of a public protest.

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City Denies Massage Parlor License, Fearing a Brothel

Minneapolis officials have denied a business license to a massage parlor due to fears that it's a brothel.

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Police Investigate Movie Theater Shooting; 2 Injured

Two people have been hospitalized in a shooting outside a movie theater in Maple Grove.

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Princeton Girl Hurt in Rollover Caused by Wet Roads

Wet road conditions caused a rollover that left one person hurt in Mille Lacs County on Saturday.

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Minnesota Will Soon Have a New City

Minnesota will soon have a new city.

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Three Hurt in Stabbing Outside Eagan Restaurant

Three people are hurt after a stabbing at a restaurant in Eagan. The incident happened just after 10:30 p.m. at Casper's Cherokee at 4625 Nicols Road.

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Teen Accused of Planning School Attack Certified as Adult

A judge has certified a Waseca teenager accused of planning to kill his family and attack his high school to stand trial as an adult.

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4 Hurt After Semi Clips Car on I-94

Four people were hurt when a car was sideswiped by a semi in Monticello Friday morning.

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UPDATE: Group Says It Plans to Protest, Disrupt Minnesota State Fair

A group called Black Lives Matter St. Paul says it plans to hold a rally to disrupt operations at the Minnesota State Fair. The group says it wants to protest shootings by St. Paul police as well as racial disparities at the annual event.

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