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The shooting left three people injured on Monday morning.
The Minnesota native now lives in Monterey, California.
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The writer in the Big Apple is still mad about Cousins spurning the Jets.
The Wisconsin 13 year old has been missing since her parents were found dead.
The suburb was trying to solve the problem of being bisected by Hwy. 100.
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The Cottage Grove store will be a mashup of both retailers.
The TV talking head wasn't foaming at the mouth over Aaron Rodgers like the rest of the world.
Video shows him running from the sideline onto the field for the tackle.
Zach Parise said it's the best 5-man hockey they've played.
Milk production in the dairy state jumped less than 1 percent from 2010, but that was still enough to set a new state record. The Winona Daily News says Wisconsin cows accounted for 1 out of every 8 gallons of milk in the United States. Minnesota, meanwhile, saw dairy production dip about 2 percent.
The birth of three calfs is unusual, but it's especially rare that all three would live, Daniel Sisbach of Chaseburg, Wis., tells the La Crosse Tribune. He's never seen triplets in 40 years of farming. The active, inquisitive young cows are thriving, he says.
City workers around Minnesota are routinely planting new trees, which need extra water. And those young boulevard trees have really had a hard time this summer as dry conditions persisted in the state, MPR reports. Officials are pleading for help from homeowners.
Nearly the entire state was in a moderate to severe drought, but three months later that's down to about 10 percent. A climatologist told the Associated Press rain has recharged dry soils, but above-average precipitation needs to continue for Minnesota to fully catch up.
There was some rain in southwest Minnesota Friday, but not enough to help much in what has become a serious drought in that part of the state. Crops and livestock are hurting. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker toured farms on Friday after declaring a drought emergency statewide.