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Family IDs man killed at gas station; authorities search for suspect

The man who was shot and killed at an Arden Hills gas station Monday has been identified as a longtime executive at Boston Scientific and the co-founder of a Minneapolis bar, reports say. Authorities have also identified a suspect in connection with the shooting and are looking for the public's help to find him.

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7 Minnesota counties cleared for emergency haying, grazing

Farmers in seven Minnesota counties are experiencing a severe shortage in hay for their livestock. That follows excessive rain earlier this summer, which led to a 40-percent drop in their available feed. The federal Farm Service Agency is allowing those farmers to use set-aside acreage for haying and grazing. The counties where farms have been approved for emergency haying and grazing include Carver, Kittson, Le Sueur, McLeod, Rock, Roseau and Sibley.

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Twins minor league affiliate completes ridiculous no-hitter

The Rochester Red Wings, the Triple-A affiliate of the Minnesota Twins, completed a wild no-hitter last night. According to Yahoo Sports, the no-hitter started July 24th in Durham, North Carolina. Bad weather suspended the game until last night, where they picked up action in the fourth inning – 634 miles away in Rochester, New York. Trevor May started the no-hitter 18 days ago, and Logan Darnell finished the final six innings of it last night.

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Amazon looking to hire 1,000 seasonal workers in Minnesota

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9 kids accused of damaging Minnesota golf course

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Ordway to host 3 virtual holiday shows this season

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Charges: Minneapolis man threw rocks at Portland police during protest

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