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The victim, who had been drinking, repeatedly turned down his mother's offers of a ride.
Minnesota has a losing record at home this season.
Detectives want to interview the man who drove her to the hospital.
A fisherman found the body on Tuesday afternoon.
Three Minnesota schools might have a chance to reach the Frozen Four.
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She was taken from her Alexandria home by a family friend and repeatedly assaulted over 29 days.
Bob Newhart and Seth Meyers have been announced for the June festival.
Max Kepler is leading off in Baldelli's lineup.
University leaders say it was a deliberate act.
Despite being named MVP of the American League Champion Series, former Twins outfielder Delmon Young won't be playing for the Detroit Tigers next year. Tigers President and General Manager Dave Dombrowski told teh Detroit Free Press he doesn't plan to resign Young. Dombrowski says Victor Martinez will be sliding into Young’s role as designated hitter.
After finishing the season with 35 home runs and 110 RBI, Twins outfielder Josh Willingham was named the Calvin R. Griffith Award winner, given to the team's most valuable player. Scott Diamond was named the Twins' pitcher of the year and most outstanding rookie.
Detroit Tigers outfielder Delmon Young was back in court Thursday. Young's lawyer told the Associated Press his client is still trying to work out a deal with prosecutors in his alleged hate-crime harassment case. Young is accused of yelling anti-semitic remarks and tackling one victim to the ground outside a New York City hotel in April. He’s due back in court after the World Series.
Ex-Twin Delmon Young did it again last night. His first-inning homer helped Detroit beat the New York Yankees, 3-2, as the Tigers knocked the Bronx Bombers out of the playoffs. Young suffered a mild oblique strain, though, so he may be sidelined for the ALCS against Texas.