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Competition got hot on Tuesday, the first day of competition in the 2015 National Senior Games. The Twin Cities are hosting 12,000 athletes ages 50 and up from all over the country. Events range from basketball, cycling and swimming to pickleball, horseshoes and shuffleboard.
It's not too early to get camp plans in place. To avoid waiting lists and last-minute scrambles, check out the numerous ideas in our annual Summer Camp Guide. Kids can learn how to program robots, play chess, speak Chinese or dance hip-hop style, among other enrichment options.
The Taste of Minnesota began Thursday and will go through Sunday. It is being held at the Carver County Fairgrounds in Waconia.
An Ohio couple that was married for 69 years died eight hours apart in what their son called an unsurprising end to the love story of two people who did everything together.
Here's where to see some of the major fireworks displays in the Twin Cities over the July 4th weekend.