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Jeff Wheeler

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Jeff Wheeler grew up in St, Paul and attended the University of Minnesota. He worked for the Hartford Courant before joining the Star Tribune in 1987.
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Vikings superfans give power to the purple

Vikings superfans give power to the purple

Sports fans often wear their loyalty on their sleeves, but these Vikings superfans wear it everywhere.

Sixty-eight degrees of separation

These two views of Lake Calhoun were shot nearly one year, and 68 degrees apart. Move the slider in the middle of the image to see the differences between the two scenes.
Gambling debate: A wager on the state's future

Gambling debate: A wager on the state's future

Expanded gambling could earn the state hundreds of millions of dollars. But critics point to legal hurdles and social costs.

The numbers of 9/11

Figures tell part of the story of the tragic Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
The thrill? of victory

The thrill? of victory

The Tiffany Sports Lounge in Highland Village in St. Paul is the go-to bar for fans of the University of Kansas basketball team during March Madness.
Visions of Camp

Visions of Camp

Every Christmas season, Boy Scout Troop 103 sells trees to pay for their activities.
Fingers don't fail me now

Fingers don't fail me now

Six-year-old Madelin Beckwith of Big Lake waited in the wings for her big moment on the Leinenkugel Stage at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds.

1 more lifted voice

For much of the past eight months, the only house on the 9600 block of Jonathan Lane in Eden Prairie with Barack Obama lawn signs was the Hill house.
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