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Nearly every trail is inaccessible at this point.
The fire was reported early Monday morning.
The ship lost power in rough waters off the coast of Norway over the weekend.
Closures will be rolled out incrementally over the next two weeks.
But it won't be as warm Thursday as it is forecast to be on Wednesday.
The shootings happened within about a mile from each other.
This year's Frozen Four will be played in Buffalo, New York.
It's the fifth national title for the Badgers.
Operations have been moved to Belle Plain until the office reopens.
The partially built location has been the subject of legal battles for years.
It's that time again to throw away money on a 292 million-to-1 chance.
In today's Top 5: Not buying the "gameday decision," picking against the spread, replacement refs, TK's big day and why not Appel?
In today's Top 5: Olympic Love, playing chicken with Batum, 11 days and counting, the 3rd major and Thome's back again...
In today's Top 5: Nishioka bashing, a Mankato scuffle, Lindsay and Lindsey, Viola's out and the Packers are back...
Kalil. Claiborne. Blackmon. Who will the Vikes pick tonight? It's at the top of our list on this fine Thursday, as we look at the sports stories everyone is talking about.
In Today's Top 5: Eighteen is the charm, Willingham does some harm, Moss talks Dome, Ponder talks offense and the Lynx make a playoff date.
In today's Top 5: Bucs stop here, Larry gets Love's locks, Wolves overpower Pistons, a Puckett impersonation and Herbie's leap for joy -- 25 years later.
Happy Thursday! Meanwhile, the Twins can take three of four against the Yankees tonight, thanks to Jason Marquis, Justin Morneau ... and Matt Capps. That, and more in our daily Top 5.
Rock bottom. We could be describing the Twins season or the how the Minnesota Legislature behaves. You pick, as we pick the top stories making sports headlines this fine Thursday.