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Ex-South St. Paul coach dies by suicide 2 days before sentencing
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Minnesota 'glampground' named one of 10 best in U.S.
In Nevis, Minnesota, campers can stay in a refurbished 1905 train car.
Two men charged over terrifying armed robbery at Newport apartment
They shot the woman who lives in the apartment in the abdomen, and put a gun to a man's head.
Minneapolis 2-year-old identified in suspicious death case
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Victim of wrong-way driver crash ID'd as Hutchinson 19-year-old
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Eli Hart killing: Police investigating multiple crime scenes
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Twin Cities mental health workers gather for 1-day strike
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HAZMAT team at Bloomington hotel following chemical spill in pool
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Big Brothers Big Sisters Twin Cities gets $6M of Mackenzie Scott donation
The donation is the largest the organization has ever seen from a single individual.
Minneapolis accused of backtracking on 24/7 bus lanes for Hennepin Ave.
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Duluth brings back masking in city buildings amid COVID surge
Duluth, in one of the state's current COVID hotspots, has brought back a mask requirement in city buildings.
Try, try again: Twins' Hendriks still seeks first win
The good news: Liam Hendriks gets another shot at his first major league win tonight at Target Field. The bad news: The struggling Twins lineup goes up against Seattle ace Felix Hernandez.
Start No. 17 the charm? Twins' Hendriks hopes so
You’ve heard this before: The Twins’ Liam Hendriks hopes to pick up his first major league victory tonight. If so, it would be his first win after starting his career with an 0-9 mark. He’d be a hero if he got the job done. The Twins have lost two straight to Kansas City at home.
Hendriks tries yet again for first win in majors
The Twins’ Liam Hendriks takes on the Indians tonight, and is once again looking for his first victory in the majors. So far, he’s winless in 15 big league starts. Tonight’s game also kicks off a 10-game homestand for the Twins, all against AL Central foes.
Indians trip up Twins, Hendriks still winless
Josh Willingham led the Twins with three RBI but it wasn't enough as the bullpen gave up three runs in the seventh inning and the Indians went on to win, 7-6 at Target Field Friday night. Liam Hendriks remains winless in his big league career. He allowed four runs in just five innings and didn't factor in the decision.
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