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Here's a brief look at some of the top news stories around the world for March 16, 2015. 

 Millionaire Robert Durst arrested after HBO show

Durst, the subject of the HBO film "The Jinx," is linked to the murders of two people and the disappearance of a third. Audio of him saying he "killed them all" was included in Sunday's episode.

[Read more from the Los Angeles Times]

 Netanyahu faces close re-election tomorrow

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ruled out the establishment of a Palestinian state if he's re-elected tomorrow, hoping to woo hard-line supporters.

[Read more from The Associated Press]

Pete Rose asks for MLB ban to be lifted

Baseball great Pete Rose is trying again to be reinstated into Major League Baseball. He was banned for life in 1989 after accusations that he bet on the Reds while he played for and coached the team.

[Read more from ESPN]

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Ann Kim's new restaurant, Sooki & Mimi, to open in February

The James Beard Award winner is the brains behind Young Joni, Pizzeria Lola, and Hello Pizza.

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Firefighters rescue worker after trench fall in Rochester

The construction worker fell about 15 feet.

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Grand Marais mayor's dog survives attack by wolves

He heard his 65-pound dog "screaming bloody murder" and then saw the wolves chasing her.

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Minnesota's COVID vaccine appointment site goes live

Huge demand was expected when the site went live at noon.

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Duluth woman is hiking 1,000-plus miles on the Ice Age Trail this winter

She could be the second person ever to finish a winter-thru hike of the Wisconsin trail.

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Here is Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Tuesday, January 19

Two days in a row with fewer than 1,000 new cases.

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After fire destroyed their house, couple forced to euthanize beloved dog

The couple's daughter has launched a fundraiser for her parents.

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Investigation after teacher accused of lewd act during distance learning

No charges have been filed yet and the staff member has not been identified.

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Investigation after assistant principal displays "joke" Gadsden flag during announcements

"My apologies to anybody who was offended by that part of the snake that was on that comic and it's been taken down."

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Report: Forests, agricultural land could help Minnesota reduce greenhouse gas emissions

The Nature Conservancy's Minnesota chapter released a report that shows how many acres of trees would be needed to help the state reach its reduction goals.

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