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North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem dead at 68

His office announced he had passed away 'unexpectedly' Friday.

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Suns get hot, Timberwolves fall in Phoenix

A scorching performance in the fourth quarter sent the Wolves to a loss in the desert.

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Zuccarello helps Wild spoil Lundqvist's retirement party

After Henrik Lundqvist's jersey was hung to the rafters, Zuccarello led a 3-2 win.

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David Arquette gives shoutout to MN's F1rst Wrestling on James Corden show

The Hollywood actor wrestled at at a F1rst Wrestling show at First Avenue in early 2019.

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6 charged in Black Friday mass thefts at Twin Cities Best Buys

The group stole from three Best Buy stores that afternoon, the charges say.

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Thieves steal large bell from rural MN church, don't get far with it

The bell was found in a ditch with tow ropes around it.

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COVID: More help coming to Minnesota hospitals, Walz says

More than 200 medical professionals are coming to help at short-staffed hospitals.

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Suspect arrested after falling asleep in vehicle at rest stop

The man was sleeping in a stolen vehicle in the parking lot of an I-94 rest area.

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Charges: Edina man threatened to shoot up Domino's Pizza

He claimed a delivery driver had flipped him off, the charges say.

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Carvana seeking to build vehicle vending machine in Twin Cities

The online car dealership submitted a letter of intent to buy land in the metro to build a fulfillment center.

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Coller: New Vikings GM Adofo-Mensah needs to be ruthless

Kwesi Adofo-Mensah needs to make some big, difficult decisions, writes Matthew Coller.

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Report: Vikings to interview Giants' Patrick Graham for head coach

Graham coached with the Patriots under Bill Belichick for six years.

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Cravaack tells TSA ground security is weak link at airports

At a Congressional hearing, Minnesota Republican Chip Cravaack told a Transportation Security Administration official that ground security around airport gates is "a joke." Cravaack, a former airline pilot, predicted the next terrorist attack in the U.S. will come from the shadow of an airplane.

Minnesota stocks gaining ground

Even before the Fed made its big announcement last week that it would try to juice the economy by buying large quantities of mortgage bonds, most of Minnesota's biggest companies were gaining ground, the Star Tribune reports. Total return for the Bloomberg-Star Tribune 100 index of Minnesota stocks was up 13.8 percent through Friday, with 65 gainers and 33 losers, the newspaper reported.

Nolan hits Cravaack on New Hampshire move; Cravaack loses ground in new poll

DFL challenger Rick Nolan has moved ahead of freshman Republican Chip Cravaack 50 percent to 43 percent, according to a new Star Tribune poll of likely voters in the Eighth Congressional District. Previous polls showed the race was a tossup.

Cravaack pushes for controversial state-federal land swap

U.S. Representative Chip Cravaack introduced a bill ordering a state-federal exchange involving 41,000 acres of land within the Boundary Waters Canoe Area. It would free up land for logging or mining. Conservation groups are likely to push back against the plan.

WCCO pulls campaign ad that attacks Cravaack

It appears WCCO has pulled a political ad that takes aim at freshman Rep. Chip Cravaack, R-Minn., paid for by a Democratic political action committee. The ad suggests Cravaack charges people for access, which he strongly denies.

Cravaack, Nolan already taking jabs at each other

Republican Rep. Chip Cravaack didn't wait long after Tuesday's primaries to take a shot at his Democratic opponent in Minnesota's 8th Congressional District. On Wednesday, Cravaack kicked off his re-election campaign by calling former Rep. Rick Nolan a "big-government guy," and Nolan called himself a "real true native of this district" in reference to his party's issue with Cravaack’s family moving to New Hampshire.

Cravaack speaks out against Northern Lights high speed rail project

Cravaack says the federal government needs to fix its aging roadways before spending money on rail transportation. The Northern Lights Express project was recently awarded a $5 million federal grant to put together a development plan.