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Minneapolis Residents Staying In “Uninhabitable” Homes

Some north Minneapolis residents are tearing the red "uninhabitable" signs off their doors and remaining in their tornado-damaged homes, ignoring warnings from city inspectors.

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Creative Commons via Flickr user Tony Webster
Creative Commons via Flickr user Tony Webster
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Increased Looting In Tornado-Damaged Minneapolis

Police say there's been an increase in burglaries in north Minneapolis since Sunday's deadly tornado, with thieves kicking in doors and using trucks to load up stolen items.

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NWS Confirms Tornado Touchdown In St. Michael

The National Weather Service has confirmed the first tornado of the season in Minnesota. An EF-1 tornado with speeds of near 90 mph touched down Tuesday evening in the St. Michael area, northwest of Minneapolis.

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Cool Spring Leads To Slow Start To Tornado Season

Like last year, Minnesota is off to a slow start to the severe weather season. And, it could continue for awhile as predictions come in about cooler than normal weather into June or even July.

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Rough Weather Triggers Storm Warnings In Minnesota, Wisconsin

Rough weather moved across Minnesota and Wisconsin on Sunday afternoon and evening, damaging homes, barns, power lines and trees. Three barns were blown down and a mobile home was knocked off its foundation by high winds in Houston County of far southeastern Minnesota.

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Top 10 News Stories of 2010
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Top 10: #3 Record Breaking Tornado Season

2010 was a record-breaking year for tornadoes. And that is our #3 story in our countdown of the Top 10 local news stories of the year.

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Small Minnesota Town Continues Tornado Repairs

Residents of the small Minnesota town of Almora continue repairing homes six months after a deadly outbreak of tornadoes.

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