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The shooting left three people injured on Monday morning.
The Minnesota native now lives in Monterey, California.
Our bloggers Twice The Baggage travel as much as they can, but it requires sacrifices.
The writer in the Big Apple is still mad about Cousins spurning the Jets.
The Wisconsin 13 year old has been missing since her parents were found dead.
The suburb was trying to solve the problem of being bisected by Hwy. 100.
It gives you 30 rides of up to $15 in value.
The Cottage Grove store will be a mashup of both retailers.
The TV talking head wasn't foaming at the mouth over Aaron Rodgers like the rest of the world.
Video shows him running from the sideline onto the field for the tackle.
Zach Parise said it's the best 5-man hockey they've played.
If Robert Griffin III starts at quarterback for the Redskins on Sunday, the Vikings won't be treating him like a normal QB. Defensive end Everson Griffen says they have to "treat him like a running back." Griffin has 241 rushing yards, which is more than Titans' tailback Chris Johnson.
The Vikings are preparing for the season opener Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars. We're keeping an eye on all of the major story lines into the game. Christian Ponder is looking like a new and improved leader and Percy Harvin is more is as explosive as ever.
Mel Tucker will not be the next defensive coordinator of the Minnesota Vikings, according to ESPN. Tucker was offered the position after interviewing in Minnesota earlier this week, but has decided to stay in Jacksonville as the Jaguars' defensive coordinator.
Adrian Peterson took part in his first full pads practice with the Vikings on Tuesday, but he didn't take any contact. That's because Leslie Frazier sent the defense a message -- "No touching" number 28. Peterson said he didn't like that, but defenders will start "firing back" once he puts his shoulder into them a few times.
It could be a battle of the NFL's best running backs Sunday as Jacksonville's Maurice Jones-Drew squares off against Minnesota's Adrian Peterson. While coaches say each man will see limited action, the respective defenses aren't totally buying it.