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6" of rain, hail the size of baseballs in Twin Cities west metro

8:44am
High winds, some clocked at 60 mph in Richfield, accompanied the storms. Bloomington was also hard hit with numerous trees down in the area.
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MTA asks Apple's help to solve iPhone mask issues

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Cliff Willmeng, seen at a protest over hospital worker safety on May 4, is suing United Hospital over his May 8 firing.
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Cliff Willmeng, seen at a protest over hospital worker safety on May 4, is suing United Hospital over his May 8 firing.

United Hospital faces lawsuit over safety after firing ER nurse

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Cliff Willmeng joins a burgeoning group of hospital workers nationally filing lawsuits in response to what they see as pressure from hospitals to unreasonably lower safety standards for workers on the front lines of pandemic care.
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Young cannibis plants in a growing room Thursday, Dec. 19, 2019, at Leafline Labs in Cottage Grove.

Why is recreational marijuana not legal in Minnesota?

Since 2012, 11 states and the District of Columbia have legalized marijuana for recreational use ­— that includes other Midwestern states like Michigan and Illinois. But not Minnesota.
Minnesota played Penn State in front of a sell-out crowd at TCF Bank Stadium last season.
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Reports: Big Ten planning on postponing football, possibly to spring

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The game platter including quail, venison and duck is a signature meal at New Scenic Café. ]ALEX KORMANN • alex.kormann@startribune.comNew Scenic C
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Duluth's popular New Scenic Cafe now has a food truck

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