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Half of Burnsville Center property on auction block this week

12:10pm
The shopping mall's owner has fallen behind on its mortgage payments. The auction does not include J.C. Penney, Macy's and the empty Sears.
Politics

Barrett sworn in at court as issues important to Trump await

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Farrah Kennedy, center with glasses, recently returned to her five children after a one year deployment in the Middle East with the National Guard. Sh
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Minnesota National Guard returns from Middle East to a changed America

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In May, the Minnesota National Guard offered free COVID-19 testing at the Minneapolis Armory. Here, Elizabeth Santoro, a medic with the Minnesota Air
Aaron Lavinsky, Star Tribune file
In May, the Minnesota National Guard offered free COVID-19 testing at the Minneapolis Armory.

Minnesota reports 15 more virus deaths, 2,178 infections

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The positivity rate of diagnostic testing increased to 7% on Minnesota's pandemic dashboard, an indication that the infectious disease is spreading widely and independently of any changes in testing levels. Officials warned people to wear masks in public and refrain from large gatherings.
Popcorn moved via conveyor to a sifter at Kenny’s Candy & Confections in Perham, Minn. Umbrella company KLN Family Brands and a related firm employ
Local

Perham's problem: Too many jobs, not enough workers

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Craig Dahl, retired CEO of TCF Financial
Business

TCF's chief executive retires as bank wraps up its merger, move to Detroit

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Chef Mike Brown makes a smoky effect for the dessert course at Travail's new multi-course tasting dinner, A New Hope.
Variety

21 new and soon-to-open restaurants in the Twin Cities

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CBS White House Correspondent Ben Tracy says “the seats are nothing fancy” on Air Force One — but “the food is fantastic.”

Ex-WCCO reporter shares his often 'crazy' life as White House correspondent

What's life like for a St. Paul native covering President Donald Trump during unprecedented times?
Opinion

GOP disdain for big cities is a losing strategy

They have lots of people, and they're the centers of our culture and history. And it's not like they couldn't use some political competition.

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