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At a talk, Kevin Willis, Minnesota Zoo's vice president for biological programs, made the case that there are plenty of reasons for zoos to exist and for animals to live in them.
Early fog gave way to a warm and brilliant day, drawing an estimated 51,000 people to Hazeltine around noon. The Golf Channel said the crowd was the biggest in Ryder Cup history.
As a youngster, Michaela Wieties had her choice of going to Disney World, the family fun park in Florida, or to Gettysburg, the somber Civil War battlefield in Pennsylvania.
"Overthinking isn't necessarily a good thing, but it's how answers come," Brad Nelson said Thursday, his last as a detective with the Olmsted County Sheriff's Office.
Once deemed a futuristic new community, the Jonathan Association moves into the 21st century with a fresh new design for its landmark.
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Plunging deeper into campaign controversy, Donald Trump publicly shamed a former beauty queen on Friday for her "disgusting" sexual past and then — in one of presidential history's more bizarre moments — encouraged Americans to watch a "sex tape" he said would support his case.
Trump's debate prep sessions included discussions about using the attack as a response if Hillary Clinton discussed the Republican nominee's treatment of women over the years
They broke their team record with their 103rd loss of the year.
Regency Beauty Institute, with headquarters in St. Louis Park, has shuttered all of its 79 beauty schools, including five in Minnesota, without warning.
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Event planner Richard Moody created a festive gathering for his 22nd gift-giving party, which raises money for charitable organizations.
TV makes the radio star. Whether it's a scripted series, a reality show or a talent contest, being a regular on television is an ideal way to ignite a singer's career.