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‘Fargo’ Wood-Chipper On Public Display

One of the most iconic movie props in recent years is on display at the Fargo-Moorhead Convention and Visitors Bureau beginning this weekend.


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Vikings Stadium Unlikely At Farmer’s Market Site

It looks like the Vikings are down to only two potential sites for a new stadium. Hennepin County is no longer interested in being a partner in a stadium development near Target Field.


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Minnesota Drinking Water Deemed ‘Generally Safe’

Most of the community water systems in Minnesota are meeting federal guidelines for quality and safety. In a news release, the Minnesota Department of Health called the state’s 961 community water supply systems “generally safe.”


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Local Musician Tries To Be ‘The Voice’

A Twin Cities musician is going to be one of the first contestants on a reality TV show. “The Voice” on NBC seeks to find the next great singer.


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Thieves Responsible For Nearly 40 Home Burglaries

A group of burglars responsible for as many as 40 home break-ins has been caught.


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More Prescription Drug ‘Take Back’ Events Planned

It’s time to start cleaning out your medicine cabinet. Events this weekend will allow Minnesotans to drop off old prescription and even over-the-counter drugs.


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Sen. Franken Expects Answers From Apple Soon

Apple CEO Steve Jobs has not replied to Sen. Al Franken’s letter about privacy concerns, but Franken expects answers soon.


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Potential Taxes Detailed For Vikings Stadium

The Minnesota Department of Revenue has completed a study on how much money potential taxes would bring in for a new Vikings stadium.


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Hottest Twin Cities Search Terms On Google

Google has come out with a list of the 10 fastest rising terms that people in the Twin Cities are using.


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Minnesota Lawmakers Prepare To Tackle Budget

Minnesota’s deficit for the upcoming budget cycle has grown to $6.2 billion. On the flip side, the state has a $399 million surplus in the current budget year, which ends in June.


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Teen May Try To Plead Insanity In Iowa Murders

A legal expert believes a Minnesota teenager who’s accused of two murders in Iowa will try to make a case for insanity and diminished capacity.