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Minnesotans mark 9/11 anniversary, evening events planned

Minnesota joined states across the country to commemorate the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks and remember the thousands of people who were killed in New York, at the Pentagon and Shanksville, Pennsylvania, the morning of Sept. 11, 2001.

Manhunt over: Shakopee police arrest Ty Hoffman near Arby's drive-through

Authorities held a press conference Thursday afternoon to discuss the arrest of Ty Hoffman, who has been on the run for the last month, wanted in the killing of Kelly Phillips. Officers took Hoffman into custody at an Arby's in Shakopee after a citizen tipped off police to his whereabouts.

Minnesota hospitals report rise in respiratory illnesses in children

Doctors have told parents of a New Ulm 4-year-old that their daughter likely had Enterovirus D68, a rare type of the virus that has the nation's health officials on alert because it primarily affects children and has developed in troubling clusters nationwide.

Arson suspected at home of Vikings' Lester Bagley

Minneapolis fire officials are investigating at least three cases of suspected arson in the city this week. One of the homes under investigation belongs to Vikings Vice President Lester Bagley.

Update: Young girls admit to vandalizing Faribault gravestones

Two young girls reportedly admitted to police they're behind the defacing of at least a dozen gravestones at Maple Lawn Cemetery in Faribault. The girls, ages 10 and 11, told authorities they did it to get back at a teenage boy by spray painting his phone number on the gravestones.

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