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Chauvin trial judge's decision on 3rd-degree murder charge overturned

The Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled Friday that a trial judge was wrong to refuse reinstating third-degree murder against former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin. The case goes back to District Judge Peter Cahill.
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Senate Dems strike jobless aid deal, relief bill OK in sight

Sam Corbett, 38, who has Down syndrome, went to North Dakota this week with his mom, Heidi Randolph of Richfield, to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
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Sam Corbett, 38, who has Down syndrome, went to North Dakota this week with his mom, Heidi Randolph of Richfield, to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

Thousands of Minnesotans cross state lines for COVID-19 vaccine

Uncertainty about when COVID-19 vaccine shots will be available has given rise to a booming new form of travel, known as "vaccine tourism." More than 15,000 Minnesotans have left the state to get vaccines elsewhere.
The Wild’s Mats Zuccarello (36) celebrates with teammates Kirill Kaprizov (97), Victor Rask (49), Matt Dumba (24) and Jared Spurgeon (46) after scor
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Wild's 5-1 victory in Arizona more than a highlight-reel show

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Rick and Tammy Kirkpatrick stood on 595th St. in Eden Valley. Their seven-acre home is in the wooded area on the left, and the berm that is supposed t
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Range war on the prairie: Rural Minnesota residents fight gun range

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Carline Bengtsson founded Dine4Dinners, which gives profits from her signature catered meals to hunger-relief organizations.

A Medtronic retiree with a talent for cooking turns her second act into fighting hunger

The founder of Dine4Dinners caters private meals and donates a portion of the proceeds to hunger relief organizations.
Opinion

Freedom recedes worldwide — including here

Recently released report from Freedom House states that "fewer than a fifth of the world's people now live in fully Free countries."