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Affleck may take legal action over tabloid storyAffleck may take legal action over tabloid story'Us Weekly' accuses actor of dating family's former nanny.
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Much less humid, windy with lots of sunMuch less humid, windy with lots of sunMuch less humid, windy with lots of sun
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Snowvember Storm Snow Pile Still ExistsSnowvember Storm Snow Pile Still Exists8 months after it was piled there, snow from monster storm can still be found near Central Terminal
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Average age of cars on U.S. roads breaks recordAverage age of cars on U.S. roads breaks recordThe paradox: Vehicles get older, while Americans keeping buying
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Mailman's plea sends books to boy who read junk mailMailman's plea sends books to boy who read junk mailWith no money for books and not even change to spare for a bus ticket, 12-year-old Mathew Flores turned to the only reading material readily available to him – junk mail.
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New Hope teacher accused of sexual assaultNew Hope teacher accused of sexual assaultA New Hope special education teacher accused of having sex with a student has been charged with two counts of criminal sexual conduct.
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4 killed in Polk Co. plane crash identified4 killed in Polk Co. plane crash identifiedFour people killed in a plane crash in southwest Polk County have been identified by authorities.
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Nisswa turtle races draw summer crowdsNisswa turtle races draw summer crowdsFor many vacationers, the Nisswa turtle races are a longstanding tradition, taking off every Wednesday of summer behind the Nisswa Chamber of Commerce at 2pm.
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5 things you need to know Wednesday5 things you need to know WednesdayThe biggest news to start your morning
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Possible special session over Mille Lacs walleye fishingPossible special session over Mille Lacs walleye fishingLawmakers may approve emergency disaster relief to Mille Lacs resorters and other area businesses
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Brain-eating amoeba found in Louisiana waterBrain-eating amoeba found in Louisiana waterThe Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals has confirmed the presence of a brain-eating amoeba at a water station in Ascension Parish.
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Former 41-pound fat cat now feline trim at 19 poundsFormer 41-pound fat cat now feline trim at 19 pounds"Skinny" credits his weight loss to exercise and a special diet.
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Minn. dentist accused of poaching legendary lionMinn. dentist accused of poaching legendary lionZimbabwean wildlife authorities say two men will appear in court for allegedly killing a well-known lion, whose death is seen as a blow to Zimbabwe's tourism.
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Six minibar items worth the splurge (and some that don’t require one!)Six minibar items worth the splurge (and some that don’t require one!)Plenty of hotels still provide in-room snacks, drinks and treats.
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Suit claims scout leader was pornographerSuit claims scout leader was pornographerThis suit is the fourth in recent weeks to accuse the same former scout leader of sexual abuse.
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Boy is youngest to get double-hand transplantBoy is youngest to get double-hand transplant8-year-old Maryland boy who lost his limbs to infection had surgery earlier this month.
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Betker and Piatt build a dog house for a good causeBetker and Piatt build a dog house for a good causeThe city of St. Paul is kicking off the dog days of summer with its annual Paws on Grand celebration on Sunday, August 2.
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Fraud charges after KARE 11 investigationFraud charges after KARE 11 investigationThe Minnesota Attorney General filed criminal fraud charges Monday against Erin Davies, 34, one of the women at the center of a KARE 11 News investigation.
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USDA expects to pay farmers $191 million for avian flu lossesUSDA expects to pay farmers $191 million for avian flu lossesVilsack says that's in addition to the nearly $400 million spent on cleaning up dead birds
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Kang homer sends Pirates to 8-7 win against TwinsKang homer sends Pirates to 8-7 win against TwinsJung Ho Kang hit a tiebreaking home run off the facing off the second deck in left center-field in the ninth inning.
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Huge traffic expected for Win 10 upgradeHuge traffic expected for Win 10 upgradeLOS ANGELES -- Wednesday is going to be a rough day for the Internet.
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Plane crash in SW Minn. kills 3Plane crash in SW Minn. kills 3Three people died when a small plane crashed in southwestern Minnesota on Monday night, officials said.
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Arson suspected in West Broadway firesArson suspected in West Broadway firesThe Minneapolis Fire Department's arson unit found ignitable liquids at the scene of the April West Broadway fires.
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Madden's reopens after storm damageMadden's reopens after storm damageOne of the most popular resorts on Gull Lake is open after strong storms early in the month caused major damage.
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Hundreds protest funding of Planned ParenthoodHundreds protest funding of Planned ParenthoodHundreds of protesters massed in front of Planned Parenthood in St. Paul Tuesday, calling for the government to cut off funding for the organization.
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Surgeon who helped pioneer key CPR technique dies at 87Surgeon who helped pioneer key CPR technique dies at 87Dr. James Jude, one of the experts credited with pioneering life-saving cardiopulmonary resuscitation, has died. He was 87.
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Minnesota Zoo Serves Up Icy Cold Butterfly brewMinnesota Zoo Serves Up Icy Cold Butterfly brewSample limited edition "Butterfly Brew"at "Brew At The Zoo" August 7th at the Minnesota Zoo in Apple Valley.
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Money expert Matt Granite explores what items are best purchased online and what items are better left to the in-store shopping experience.
An eight-year-old boy named Zion has made history as the world's first bilateral hand transplant on a child. But his spirit is what is capturing the world's attention.
A teen in Albuquerque, New Mexico died after a dispatcher hung up on the woman trying to save him. He had been shot when the caller dialed 911.
Two Virginia teens' colorful prom outfits made entirely out of duct tape not only showed off their amazing creative abilities, they also netted the couple a cool $20,000. Keri Lumm (@thekerilumm) explains.
After their serendipitous discovery of $1 million worth of sunken treasure, the Schmitt family explains why the gold coins are so valuable and the historical circumstances behind the booty.
Protests planned for dentist who killed beloved lion
Bryan and Laura build a dog house for a cause
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Friends honor victim of rare brain infection
Horse enthusiasts are walking their animals to Lake Pleasant in Arizona to train and play.
Suit claims scout leader was pornographer