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It's the city's 70th homicide this year.
The latest figures show there have been 349 road deaths in Minnesota this year.
The airline says it's a bid to "further protect airline employees across the industry."
The incident reportedly took place off campus on Sep. 18.
The Falcons snapped a 21-game non-conference winning streak in front of a homecoming crowd.
Wiggins could miss a large chunk of the season without the vaccine.
Autumn Hallow died at her home last summer.
Can the Vikings finally beat Russell Wilson?
The suspect was last seen near the intersection of Garden Brook Drive Northeast and Strawberry Court Northeast.
Can the Timberwolves still land the 76ers star?
It'll be used to power the Towerside Innovation District near the U of M.
A search of the building did not find any suspicious items.
Wind and hail storms have shaken and pelted many a Minnesota home in the last ten years. But they've also contributed to a doubling of the average annual insurance premium paid by homeowners. One agent says modern building materials have not helped because they're actually more vulnerable to hail damage.
Gov. Dayton may not be able to create an exchange without legislators on board, and Republicans aren't likely to support a state-run insurance marketplace. The problem is the federal health care overall requires that states show they can run their own exchanges, and if they can't, the federal government will step in to do it for them.
Minnesota was one of 29 states to receive the funding which will be used to study rates and expenses -- as well as help residents better understand their policies. The study will also create three new jobs.
One task force will design Minnesota's version of a health insurance exchange, which is required under the new federal health care law. The other will look more broadly at ways to cut costs and improve quality in the state's health care system.
An upcoming federal requirement that health plans cover the full cost of contraceptives will be "grandfathered" in -- meaning it may not apply to existing plans. But a St. Paul DFLer's bill would change that and extend the mandate to all of Minnesota's employer-sponsored health coverage.
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