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Why the supermarket scene is in a state of flux

Roundy’s announced today it's selling its Rainbow Foods stores in the Twin Cities, and some of them will become Cub Foods stores. Analysts say it comes as no surprise that Rainbow is getting out of the Twin Cities market.

New Brighton man charged with murder after deer-related feud

The man accused of shooting and killing his neighbor and injuring his neighbor’s girlfriend on Monday was formally charged with second-degree murder and attempted second-degree murder Wednesday.

Minnesota House passes heroin antidote measure

The House Wednesday passed legislation allowing emergency personnel to administer a heroin antidote called Narcan in the case of an overdose, and providing immunity from prosecution for people who call 911 to seek help for an overdose.

FDA: Aspirin a day is not safe for everyone

You may have heard that taking an aspirin every day can help prevent a heart attack or stroke. Turns out that it's not true for everyone. The FDA says for people with no history of cardiovascular disease, there’s not enough evidence the benefits of aspirin outweigh its risks.

Vikings call Minneapolis Super Bowl bid mind-blowing

The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority and Minnesota Vikings today submitted a final bid to host the Super Bowl in 2018. The co-chair of the bid committee, US Bancorp CEO Richard Davis, said the presentation “will blow their (NFL’s) mind.” Minneapolis so competing with two other cities to host the game.

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