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Animal Humane Society Helps Severely Neglected Dog Start New LifeAnimal rescue crews consider it one of the worst neglect cases they've ever seen. A dog half the weight she should be left in an abandoned property without food or water.
Police: 1 Dead, Several Injured In Minneapolis ShootingOne person is dead and several others were hurt Wednesday night in north Minneapolis in an incident where multiple shots were fired.
Apple Valley All-Girls Robotics Team Gains Worldwide RecognitionThey call themselves the "Iron Maidens." They are a young team in the world of high school robotics, beginning only two years ago with Emily Deboard and Atalanta Stoeke.
St. Cloud State Athletes' Lawsuit Alleges Fewer Opportunities For WomenThe lawsuit comes two months after St Cloud State made major cuts to its athletic programs, including women's tennis.
Minnesota Republican Leaders Not Rushing to Embrace Donald TrumpThey are not embracing him just yet, but Minnesota Republicans say they will vote for Donald Trump in November if he wins the party nomination.
Suboxone Helping Minnesota Opioid Addicts Kick The HabitIt was intense back pain as the result of a traffic accident that put young mother Wendy Leffler on the opioid train. But what began as a way to manage her pain suddenly took control of her life.
Doctor Called To Help Prince A Longtime Pain SpecialistThe Northern California doctor who was asked to help Prince before his death is an addiction and pain specialist who has championed the use of a semi-synthetic opiate to treat pain.
Animal Humane Society A Haven For Abandoned Pets Nationwide"We have more people looking to adopt than we have animals coming through our shelter from our own community."
Adrian Peterson Donates $100K To Hometown Flood ReliefAdrian Peterson is donating $100,000 toward relief efforts after flooding ravaged his hometown of Palestine, Texas.
Up To 40 Million More Takata Airbags Need To Be FixedThe largest recall in American history just got bigger. Federal regulators announced Wednesday that 35 to 40 million more Takata airbag inflators need to be fixed.
Gov. Walker Approves Rule To Drug Test People On UnemploymentStarting next week, some Wisconsin residents will have to pass a drug test in order to get unemployment benefits. Gov. Scott Walker's office announced the rule Wednesday after he approved an emergency request by the state's Department of Workforce Development.
Senate Approves Ban On Gun-Like Cell Phone CasesMinnesota lawmakers have taken the first step toward banning cellphone cases designed to look like handguns.

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