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Primary wrap-up: Low voter turnout, possible coin flip and more

Less than 10 percent of Minnesota's eligible voters cast ballots in Tuesday's primary, which determined which candidates are moving on to the November election. In at least one race, a tie will be broken by a coin flip.

Search for Arden Hills shooting suspect continues; victim Kelly Phillips remembered

Authorities are still searching for the person responsible for killing a prominent businessman in broad daylight at an Arden Hills gas station Monday. A clearer picture of the dispute between the two men is also emerging.

Minnesota nurse going to Africa to help battle Ebola virus

A St. Paul nurse is going to Sierra Leone with a medical team to teach health care workers there how to safely treat patients with the deadly virus.

Restaurant news: Sushi, farm-to-table eatery to open in Minneapolis

Foodies rejoice! More unique restaurant plans have been announced for the Twin Cities.

Gibson solid as Twins win, take two of three from Astros

The Minnesota Twins beat the Houston Astros 3-1 on Wednesday to take two of three games in Houston.

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Low cancels Europe shows due to Mimi Parker's cancer treatment

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