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Excelsior Blvd. is closed at Fairview Ave. until about 1 p.m. Wednesday.
Highs will approach 70 on Thursday.
Minnesota is first in the U.S. among states where over 90 percent of students take the test.
It's true. Kevin Garnett swears a lot.
The Tuesday jackpot was $667 million.
Mikko Koivu didn't play after learning that his wife went into labor.
The Bullseye is expanding its toy department at hundreds of stores.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating.
Details on her disappearance are still limited.
The shooting left three people injured on Monday morning.
The Minnesota native now lives in Monterey, California.
Adrian Peterson, fresh off the physically unable to perform list, practiced with his teammates Sunday as the Vikings were back in Mankato for training camp. It was the first time he was able to participate with his teammates since tearing his ACL last December. Peterson says he kept his faith and now he's "back in the mix."
There are a robust number of story lines heading into Vikings training camp. Most of them revolve around Percy Harvin, Adrian Peterson, Christian Ponder, the secondary and rookie left tackle Matt Kalil. One thing is for sure, Ponder has matured as a leader, according to GM Rick Spielman.