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Ryder Cup Puts Minnesota In International SpotlightGolf fans came out by the tens of thousands to see one of the world's greatest sporting events, an event that puts Minnesota in the spotlight.
Good Questions: Ryder Cup EditionThis week, with the Ryder Cup in town, Heather Brown takes a shot at answering your golf questions.
Hastings Corn Maze Creates 15-Acre Tribute To Law EnforcementUsually, the corn maze features a farm theme, but the owners said they felt compelled to show their gratitude this year.
Police Arrest 3 In Connection With Edina RobberyPolice have arrested three people in connection with a home invasion robbery that took place in Edina this summer.
A Look At The Ryder Cup's Old-Fashioned LeaderboardWith so many electronic boards and big screen TVs towering over Hazeltine, fans are always in the loop of the leaders. So it's nice to see golf's got a soft spot for the old fashioned, where scores are simple numbers and pairings are put up by hand.
Nurses To Take Vote Monday On Allina ProposalA date has been set for a vote amid the ongoing strike involving Allina Health and its nurses, one which could mean an end to the nearly four-week strike.
Police: Man, 2 Teens Dead After Shooting Near Lake NokomisA shooting Friday morning at an apartment in south Minneapolis left a man and two teens dead.
Leaves Turning In The Metro, Peak Colors Up NorthFall colors are slowly starting to show up around the metro. But some of the best places to see the season’s colors now are in the northwestern part of the state and just north of St. Cloud.
Minnesota School Of Cosmetology Steps Up To Help Regency StudentsA Minnesota school is stepping up to help students who were abruptly kicked out of their own school.
Delta Pilots Agree To Contract Terms In PrincipleFriday's tentative agreement is the result of 19 months of negotiations, according to the APA.
Lawnmower Accident Partially Severs 4-Year-Old's LegA child’s leg was partially severed after a lawnmower ran over it in central Minnesota Thursday.
How Swedish Bestseller 'A Man Called Ove' Became A Heartwarming HitWhen Swedish filmmaker Hannes Holm was first given the chance to make a movie of one of the most popular novels in his country’s modern history, he turned it down.

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