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Lake Mille Lacs Winter Kitesurfing
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Minnesotans Go Winter Kitesurfing in Negative Temperatures on Lake Mille Lacs [VIDEO]

Even with temps around 10 below zero, around a hundred people braved the cold to go kitesurfing on Lake Mille Lacs.

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Minnesota Somali Group Fights Al-Shabab Message Abroad

Five members of a Somali-American youth group say they are shocked by what they learned during a recent trip to Kenya.

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Minnesota Officials Debate When to Clear Crime Slates

Minnesota's willingness to forgive people with criminal pasts is emerging as a hot topic for state legislators, who are mulling revisions to laws designed to give low-level offenders a clean slate.

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Local Boys Hockey Section Playoff Matchups Announced

Local boys hockey teams learned their playoff fates on Wednesday afternoon.

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Deep Freeze Starts to Bite All Over Minnesota

A cold snap that that National Weather Service is calling "historic and dangerous" has arrived in Minnesota.

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Prep Hockey Scores (Saturday, January 4th)

Prep Hockey Scores (Saturday January 4th)

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Ninety Seven-Year-Old Man Survives Jump From Stolen Truck

A 97-year-old Dilworth man feels lucky to be alive after jumping from a stolen truck.

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Prosecutions End in 14-State Identity Theft Ring

Federal prosecutors in Minnesota are wrapping up cases against members of an identity theft ring that spanned 14 states.

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Drought Making Comeback in Minnesota

Drought is making a comeback in Minnesota. Thursday's update from the U.S. Drought Monitor shows a new area of moderate drought centered on Carlton and northern Pine counties in eastern Minnesota.

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Ancient Campsite Gives Glimpse Of Minnesota’s Past

State workers who were preparing a site for bridge work have uncovered an old campsite that gives a glimpse of what Minnesota might have looked like 8,000 years ago.

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