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Katie Millen was found dead in her dorm room bed last month.
The delivery company needs to fill a mixture of holiday and full-time positions.
The Viking great and former Minnesota Supreme Court Justice was among seven honored at the White House on Friday.
One of the victims says the carcasses were placed on vehicles belonging to Somali immigrants.
The Packers lost on Thursday Night Football, putting their playoff hopes in peril.
333 people have died on Minnesota roads in 2018.
Its new Richfield bakery/coffee shop opened its doors on Thursday.
It's the latest of a growing number of weekend closures on the busy interstate.
The turkey has use-by-dates of Oct. 1 and Oct. 2, so it might be in your freezer.
A 17-year-old driver from Rochester ignored the stop arm and flashing lights.
Police say the dogs charged at them when they entered the house.
Since April 2011, President Barack Obama has raised $2.2 million from donors in the state – less than 1 percent of the $255 million Obama's campaign has raised throughout the nation, according to recently filed reports. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney raised $401,000 in Minnesota during the same period of time. Romney has raised $120 million total nationally.
Sporting News came up with the question: Could Jamaica's Usain Bolt play in the NFL? Vikings special teams coordinator Mike Priefer won't say that Bolt couldn't do it, "because he's a heck of a lot faster than anybody else in the world."
Last week, Vikings punter Chris Kluwe called NFL replacement refs “horrible” and “embarrassing.” But it looks like they’ll be around for a while. The league says it's labor dispute with the union continues, so it will open the regular season with replacement officials.
A new Star Tribune Minnesota Poll among 800 likely Minnesota voters shows the presidential race for the state's 10 electoral votes is getting closer, with President Barack Obama drawing 47 percent to Romney's 44 percent. With just over a week before the election, the president's 3-point lead is within the poll's margin of error. In September, Obama held an 8-percentage point lead over his Republican challenger in the Minnesota Poll.
Minutes after Mitt Romney picks Wisconsin's Paul Ryan as his running mate, the Obama camp distributes an ad questioning the GOP ticket's economic policies.