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Downpours, hail batter central Minnesota; more storms on way

Wednesday has already been a record day for rainfall in parts of central Minnesota, with a new line of storms moving into the area as evening approaches.

Search for Ty Hoffman shifts to Mystic Lake Casino but comes up empty

The search for accused murderer Lyle "Ty" Hoffman shifted to Prior Lake Wednesday as helicopters and law enforcement officials swarmed an area near the Mystic Lake Casino, but once again the search turned up nothing.

Court says Minnesota taxpayers owe Ford millions in plant refunds

Minnesota taxpayers owe Ford Motor Co. about $4 million in refunds for tax payments made on its former St. Paul assembly plant from 2007 to 2011, according to a decision by a Minnesota Tax Court judge.

ISIS in Minnesota: Franken asks DOJ to focus on group's US recruiting efforts

Sen. Al Franken is asking the U.S. Department of Justice to "devote all necessary and appropriate resources" to disrupting Islamic militant groups' recruitments of Americans, including in Minnesota.

Armed robbers steal $10K from craft beer both at State Fair

Minnesota State Fair Police are reporting an armed robbery from a popular craft beer booth at the Agriculture Building Friday night in St. Paul. State Fair police Public Information Officer Brooke Blakey told KSTP at least two suspects bound a boot worker and beer supplier before taking more than $10,000 at the Minnesota Craft Brewers Guild's Land of 10,000 Beers exhibit after closing Friday night.

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