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A 53-year-old man died after being pinned between a combine and a corn head.
Spotify was ruled to make sure it doesn't play in front of kids.
Six deer died in Goodhue County.
Denise and James Closs' deaths have been ruled as homicides.
The buckles can break, posing a safety risk to babies.
Shortal was bullied by a Bachman's employee.
The Ellisons tried to block its release, citing privacy concerns.
Canada is just the 2nd nation to approve a nationwide regulated pot market.
It follows an assault on a GOP candidate on Friday.
It follows an attack ad that ran last week.
Excelsior Blvd. is closed at Fairview Ave. until about 1 p.m. Wednesday.
Highs will approach 70 on Thursday.
Bloomberg Businessweek released its 2012 Power 100 -- a list of the most powerful people in sports. Two Minnesota Vikings made the list. Running back Adrian Peterson was ranked No. 27 and defensive end Jared Allen was No. 61 on the list.
Vikings defensive end Jared Allen admits he smacked the Falcons' Ray Edwards in the privates a few weeks ago when Minnesota met Atlanta. But according to Allen, Edwards had fair warning...
The Vikings say nothing is set in stone, but injured running back Adrian Peterson is on target for a Week 1 return in 2012 following surgery on his torn ACL.
NFL Network's countdown of the top 100 players of 2012, as voted on by the players, listed Vikings defensive end Jared Allen as the 13th best player of last season. Adrian Peterson has yet to make the list, so he's either in the top 10 or completely off the list. He was No. 3 last year.
Bad news for tight end John Carlson on Tuesday as he sprained his knee and could miss several weeks. Better news for Adrian Peterson as he returned to practice after an allergic reaction to some jambalaya he ate on Monday. And rookie left tackle Matt Kalil caused Jared Allen to curse loudly.
Defensive end Jared Allen has been named to his fourth career Pro Bowl. Allen leads the NFL with 18.5-sacks -- a career best -- and he's only three-sacks shy of a Vikings' single-season record. Allen's 101.5-sacks is most in the NFL since he entered the league in 2004. No other Vikings were named to the Pro Bowl.