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Wild re-sign Granlund
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Errant throw costs Twins in loss to Reds
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A Minnesota Medical Solutions sign hangs outside its downtown Minneapolis medical cannabis dispensary on Wednesday, July 1, 2015. Medical cannabis became legal today for those who meet several qualifying conditions. ROBB JEFFRIES / FORUM NEWS SERVICE.
Medical marijuana settles in as parties look to the future
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Jefferson People's House closing
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Educators see Wisconsin tenure battle as predictor of coming trend
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Minnesota crime report: Half of trafficking victims were minors
3 hours 43 min ago
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Washington state Girl Scouts return donation over anti-transgender demand
3 hours 52 min ago
An architect's rendering of the new Scottish Rite Clinic for Childhood Language Disorders to be built in downtown Duluth. The new building, seen here from the west on Second Street, will allow the clinic to serve twice as many children as it can now. (Image courtesy of DSGW Architects)
Scottish Rite clinic breaks ground for new building
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The skyline of lower Manhattan is seen as spectators watch Macy's Fourth of July fireworks explode over the East River in New York July 4, 2014. REUTERS/Eric Thayer
Campaign highlights stress of fireworks on combat veterans
6 hours 55 min ago
Duluth police search for possible stabbing victim
7 hours 19 min ago
FAA says a teen, not young child, started helicopter at Mankato air show
7 hours 34 min ago
Funding cuts end mandatory ACT testing in Minnesota schools
7 hours 39 min ago
Chevy jumps into Jeff Kraklan’s boat at the Rice Point on Wednesday morning. Chevy loves boat rides, Kraklan said. (Steve Kuchera / skuchera@duluthnews.com)
Photo of the Day for July 1, 2015
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Growing evidence suggests intensive home visits can improve survival rates for African-American and American Indian babies. Here, nurse Deb Avenido worked with new mother Ananka Young and her 2-week-old daughter, Anayah, during a visit to Young's St. Paul home.  Jennifer Simonson | MPR News
Infant mortality higher in Minnesota among blacks, American Indians
9 hours 31 min ago
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