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Election 2020

Calls for armed guards, 'Army for Trump' cause alarm in Minn.

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Amid preparations complicated by the pandemic, state and federal officials are monitoring new reports of private security contractors advertising jobs that would — illegally — dispatch armed guards to Minnesota polls.
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No early morning hours for Target this Black Friday

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Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz took questions after he signed the $1.9 billion bonding bill on Wednesday.
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Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz signs $1.9 billion public works bill

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US officials link Iran to emails meant to intimidate voters

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Cheryl Odegaard, a medical assistant at St. Luke’s Respiratory Clinic, prepared to administer a COVID-19 test to a patient in their drive-through te
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Cheryl Odegaard, a medical assistant at St. Luke’s Respiratory Clinic, prepared to administer a COVID-19 test to a patient in September.

Minn. health officials link rise in virus deaths, accelerating spread

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Minnesota Health Commissioner Jan Malcolm noted that the pandemic has entered a new phase, moving beyond urban areas into rural parts of the state.
Minnesotan wins a World Series game. How long has it been?
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Minnesotan wins a World Series game. How long has it been?

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Columnist Sid Hartman made his way down the stairs of the old Star Tribune building at 425 Portland Ave. S. for one of the last times in his then 70-y

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He was the "Miracle on Portland Avenue," the competitive columnist still cranking away at 99 and 100, and often the most fascinating co-worker imaginable.
WCCO’s Pat Kessler in 2015 reporting on Matka, the first explosives detecting dog with the Minnesota State Patrol.
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WCCO's Pat Kessler retiring as daily reporter after 36 years