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Dayton tours northern Minnesota; south plagued with road closures flooding

Rainy Lake and Rainy River remain near record high levels, with flood waters taking over homes and businesses nearby, and residents along the Minnesota-Canada border are preparing for the possibility of more water.

Judge seals journal of teenage Waseca bomb plot

A judge decided to seal the journal of the 17-year-old Waseca teen who police say planned a terror plot. Judge Gerald Wolf ordered John David LaDue's 180-page journal be sealed during a probable cause hearing on Wednesday.

Kitchen fires killed more people in 2013 than last 7 years combined

For many, it's an everyday task – cooking up a meal on the stove. But that simple task, if not done carefully, can be deadly – in fact, kitchen fires killed more people in 2013 in Minnesota than the previous seven year combined.

A day in the life of an 'American Idol' wannabe

Aspiring singers from around the area lined up outside the University of Minnesota's Mariucci Arena Wednesday for a chance to audition for "American Idol."

Forget the World Cup, Minnesota united takes on MLS champs tonight

While the World Cup is taking soccer's main stage, local soccer fans are in for a treat tonight when the Minnesota United FC plays the defending Major League Soccer Cup champion Sporting Kansas City in the fourth round of the U.S. Open Cup.

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