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Minnesota cancels moose hunting as population plummets
Recent survey shows population down nearly 36 percent in one year
Boy Scouts delay decision on admitting gays
Group under intense pressure from two sides; no policy change votes until May meeting
Postal service to cut Saturday delivery
The Saturday mail cutback would begin in August and could save $2 billion annually.
Obama presses his gun proposals in Minnesota
President met with Minneapolis police special operations unit
Ravens Superbowl win likely set ratings record
Viewers came back when the lights did
Family sues over Minn. office shooting
The lawsuit being filed on behalf of Jacob Beneke's family is the first to stem from Sept. 27 attack at Accent Signage Systems, said the family's attorney, Phil Villaume.
Fire destroys home near Chankaska Creek winery
Dozens of firefighters from several departments dealt with below freezing temperatures Thursday as they fought a fire that brought down a Kasota landmark.
Court: Calling doctor "a real tool" is protected First Amendment speech
Minnesota Supreme Court rules opinion on doctor rating website was not defamatory
Mayo unveils $5 billion expansion plan
Destination Medical Center would look for $500 million state investment
Clark Johnson wins DFL primary
Democratic voters sent North Mankato resident and Minnesota State University Prof. Clark Johnson on to the Feb. 12 special election where he will face Republican Allen Quist and Independence Party candidate Tim Gieseke.
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