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The 19th Century property was built for former St. Paul Archbishop John Ireland.
El Nino will have an impact, forecasters say.
The jackpot for the Friday draw has swelled to $900 million.
Their row escalated quickly.
The file revealed no allegations of abuse against Keith Ellison, but detailed his ex-wife battle with illness.
Breaking news: Adam Thielen is "actually" good at football.
The coach walks right through the players as they run onto the field.
The assaults happened in Twin Cities hotels and even in his squad car.
Guests at the downtown Radisson Hotel in Fargo were allowed back in after a bomb threat evacuated the building for two hours Saturday night, the Fargo Forum reports. There have been three other bomb threats in a week in the region: at the Fargo Hector International Airport on Tuesday, the Grand Forks International Airport on Wednesday and North Dakota State University on Friday.
Bloomberg reports an Iranian and four Singapore citizens are facing charges in an alleged illegal export ring. The report says they smuggled radio technology from a Minnesota manufacturer to build explosives used against U.S. troops in Iraq.
KAAL-TV reports there are six job-seekers for every full-time job opening in the southeastern part of the state. That translates to about 17,000 people looking for work, when there are only 2,800 job openings.
A whipping cream product is being voluntarily yanked from the shelves following a consumer advisory issued by the Minnesota Department of Agriculture. The Solway, Minn.-based product -- Blackstar Dairy heavy whipping cream -- has a sell-by date of June 17. So far no illnesses have been linked to the product.
With parts of northern Minnesota already recording snow, the Duluth News Tribune reports more may soon be on the way. The National Weather Service has forecast a chance for snow in northern Minnesota as early as Monday. Analysts expect a harsh winter for Minnesota.
Last July, “Roadshow” came to the Minneapolis Convention Center and left with enough good finds for three hourlong episodes. The first premieres on tpt tonight, May 7, at 7 p.m. Minnesota Supreme Court justice and Pro Football Hall of Famer Alan Page appears in next week's episode.