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Concealed gun permits issued in Minnesota last year nearly double 2012 total

Minnesota counties issued nearly twice as many permits to carry a concealed firearm last year compared to the year before, law enforcement agencies say.

Minnesota Orchestra board meeting on fate of Vänskä, CEO

The fates of former Minnesota Orchestra Music Director Osmo Vänskä and President and CEO Michael Henson are being discussed by the orchestra's board Friday in Minneapolis, the Star Tribune reports.

Interstate 35 North bound reopened in Lakeville after multi-vehicle pileup

A pileup involving up to 50 vehicles closed northbound Interstate 35 in Lakeville near County Road 50 for more than two hours on Friday afternoon, but the interstate was reopened around 3 p.m. Emergency responders were on the scene, but injury reports were not immediately available.

Twins blast Red Sox in Grapefruit League opener

The Minnesota twins won their opening game in Grapefruit League action, beating the Boston Red Sox 8-2, Friday afternoon.

Sauk Centre man conjures up 145-foot snow dragon

Last year, Sauk Centre store owner Jeremy Weber built a flowerpot snow sculpture in the park across from his gift shop, with a "Think spring" theme. This year, the bitter winter cold inspired him – that, and a recent viewing of a "Harry Potter" movie.

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Wild score 5 unanswered goals to sweep Sharks

The Sharks scored first but the Wild stormed back in a 5-2 victory.

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Twins-Angels postponed Saturday and Sunday due to COVID

Outfielder Kyle Garlick and one other player tested positive on Saturday.

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Curfew set at 11 p.m. in Brooklyn Center, Champlin Saturday

More protests are expected in Brooklyn Center.

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Victim killed in multi-vehicle crash that closed Hwy. 62 ID'd as woman, 23

The four-vehicle crash closed the eastbound highway for several hours.

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Photographer reports being maced and punched by police, other journalists detained

It came just hours after a court order prevented law enforcement from using force against the news media.

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Police move in swiftly to make arrests on 6th night of Daunte Wright protests

What started out peaceful took a turn as the night drew in.

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