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FBI, police investigating bank robbery at Edina's 50th and France

An ATM technician was robbed by four men at a U.S. Bank.

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Paralyzed Bloomington football player begins rehabilitation in Colorado

Ethan Glynn is at a world-renowned rehabilitation hospital.

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Owner of St. Cloud bar gets 6 years for arson, ordered to repay $3M

A February 2020 fire at the Press Bar and Parlor was later determined to be an insurance job.

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Bloomington, Richfield districts tighten security ahead of weekend football

Enhanced safety measures will be in place this weekend.

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Walz sends MN first responders to help with hurricane recovery in Florida

Eight members of the Minnesota All Hazards Incident Management Team will travel to Florida.

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It was the driest September in Twin Cities modern history

Less than a quarter inch of rain fell in September.

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Sauk Rapids man pleads guilty to making, selling ghost guns

The 21-year-old would sell unserialized guns, silencers, auto-sears, and high-capacity magazines.

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Squirrel blamed for Friday power outage impacting over 5,000 homes

There's no telling when or where the squirrels will strike next.

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President Obama to pardon 2 turkeys from Minnesota

The two birds will receive a sendoff from Gov. Mark Dayton and Sen. Amy Klobuchar in Willmar before they depart for Washington D.C.

Pardoned turkey misses the memo

Gov. Mark Dayton was sending off Ted the turkey at the Capitol Friday when the free bird escaped from his wire cage and made a break for it. Ted was eventually apprehended and will travel to Washington D.C. next week for an official pardon from President Obama.

Turkey hunt starts out with bang

Start early, that's the motto of Minnesota Turkey hunters. The Star Tribune is reporting that hunters registered 1,249 birds after the first two days of the season, compared with 1,000 last year.

It's been a bad year for turkeys

Antibiotic-resistant germs, arsenic-laced feed, and salmonella recalls all beset the turkey-growing industry in 2011. As Americans sit down with their favorite Thanksgiving fowl, it might be worth considering what went into to getting the bird to your table.

Obama unhurt in Minnesota after debate

The president has a 10-point lead among voters in the state in a survey taken after last week's debate by Public Policy Polling.