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McDonalds returning to MSP?

In the mood for a Big Mac right before your flight out of the Twin Cities? You might be in luck.
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Nothing like a Egg McMuffin, hash brown and a coffee just as you're about to hop on your flight, right?

Earlier this year, regular fliers at Minneapolis/St. Paul International were a little miffed to learn that McDonalds would no longer be a staple of the concourse, the Star Tribune reported. 

However, an early Sunday-morning tweet from @MSP airport suggested that the golden arches may be returning to the state's biggest transportation hub. We'll keep an eye on this one.

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