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A 53-year-old man died after being pinned between a combine and a corn head.
Spotify was ruled to make sure it doesn't play in front of kids.
Six deer died in Goodhue County.
Denise and James Closs' deaths have been ruled as homicides.
The buckles can break, posing a safety risk to babies.
Shortal was bullied by a Bachman's employee.
The Ellisons tried to block its release, citing privacy concerns.
Canada is just the 2nd nation to approve a nationwide regulated pot market.
It follows an assault on a GOP candidate on Friday.
It follows an attack ad that ran last week.
Excelsior Blvd. is closed at Fairview Ave. until about 1 p.m. Wednesday.
Highs will approach 70 on Thursday.
We've completed five days at the London Olympics and the United States is still trying to chase down China for the overall medal count. China has 30 medals, 19 of them gold. The U.S. has 29 medals -- 12 gold, 8 silver and 9 bronze. Lynx star Lindsay Whalen led the U.S. basketball team over Turkey.
The United States remains tied with China at the top of the medal count standings. Both countries have earned 23 medals, but China has 13 gold while the U.S. has 9. The Americans also have 8 silver and 6 bronze medals. Michael Phelps won two medals to become the most decorated Olympian of all-time.
After ten days of the London Olympics, the United States is in second place in the overall medal count. China leads all countries with a total of 61 medals, including an Olympic-high 30 gold. The American athletes have combined for 60 medals. The biggest story on Sunday was Usain Bolt holding off three Americans in the 100-meter dash.
After 11 days of competition at the London Olympics, the United States sits in second place of the overall medal count with a total of 63. U.S. athletes have won 29 gold, 15 silver and 19 bronze. China remains in first place with 64 medals, 31 of which are gold.