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Bateman provides a big boost to the Gophers in the Big Ten.
He was involved in a four-vehicle crash on Friday evening.
Nine members of the Titans have reportedly tested positive so far.
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety has been investigating the CenturyLink outage.
The shooting happened Tuesday night.
Sixteen more deaths were reported Wednesday.
The zoo has a poll for people to vote for the baby's name.
It's unclear why Buxton isn't starting.
Project Veritas has promoted the video as proof of unfounded 'cash for ballots' schemes in Minnesota.
The man was reported missing on Sunday, Sept. 27.
Event organizers had added two more weekends to the drive-through experience.
In a letter sent to President Barack Obama, Ron Larsen, a candidate for the New Ulm City Council, notes that he's long had a nagging feeling he was put on this earth for a specific reason: "Now I know it was to take down a sitting U.S. president." That got the Secret Service's attention, and an agent paid him a visit in May, the New Ulm Journal reports.
MPR uncovers some fascinating facts in a feature on 3M's microreplication technology: A microreplication machine is large enough to fill a house, but even most of the company's own employees aren't allowed to see them. The technology can make road signs better reflect headlights and dramatically improve abrasives, and now the company hopes to use it to develop patches of microscopic needles that would deliver vaccines painlessly.
Minneapolis police are consulting with federal agencies after a Longfellow Park employee discovered a dead cat Monday. KARE 11 reports the animal had been burned and staked to a tree stump with an American flag. A President Obama/Biden campaign sign was also nearby.
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