Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield

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Iconic South Mpls. Scarecrows Missing

A mystery is afoot in south Minneapolis. Someone has stolen two neighborhood icons. Typically, two seasonably dressed scarecrows, which have been at this community garden for nearly 30 years, stand tall on the corner of Lyndale Avenue and 46th Street. Now, they’re gone.

09/17/2014

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Mississippi Lab Gets $16M Facelift

Nestled along the Mississippi River between new condos and waterside restaurants is an old building where some of nature’s mysteries are being unlocked.

09/16/2014

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Shakopee Police: Ty Hoffman Arrested Without Incident

Shakopee Police say that they have arrested Lyle “Ty” Hoffman, who is suspected of shooting and killing a man at an Arden Hills gas station last month. Police received a report of a suspicious man in the Southbridge Crossing Shopping Center in Shakopee at about 10:17 a.m. Thursday.

09/11/2014

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First Came Local Breweries, Now There Are Local Hops

It’s harvest time for a certain Minnesota crop. You may have never seen it up close, but chances are you’ve enjoyed its product on a Friday night.

09/10/2014

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WSK Offers Free Burritos For Information On Vandals Identity

After part of the restaurant was vandalized, World Street Kitchen in Uptown offered an unusual reward to help find the culprit. The World Street Kitchen’s formerly white catering van is now covered with spray painted letters.

09/07/2014

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Expert: Hoffman’s Gotten Lucky & He Probably Had A Plan

After several searches at an Anoka county airport and a lead at Mystic Lake casino, Ty Hoffman is still on the run. It’s left people wondering: How does he keep slipping away?

09/04/2014

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Girl, 7, Receives Rare Ovarian Cancer Diagnosis

Ovarian cancer is not one of the most talked about forms of cancer, but it is one of the most dangerous types. The average age a woman is diagnosed with it is 63. That’s why 7-year-old Harlie Corneliusen’s story is so very rare.

09/03/2014

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After Long Winter, Summer Tourism Has A Strong Year

This is the last travel weekend for a while for many Minnesotans, as summer fades and school kicks into gear. But it was a travel season that surprised many in the tourism industry. Kim Hornibrook and her husband own a campground in Jordan, Minn.

08/31/2014

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Police Shoot, Kill Man Outside Ramsey Day Care

Authorities say police shot and killed a suspect near a day care in Ramsey, Minn., Thursday afternoon. Few details were immediately available, but authorities said that the incident happened at The Learning Lodge on the 6100 block of 157th Lane Northwest.

08/28/2014

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Fiancé Of Kelly Phillips Asks For Help Finding Killer

For the first time Wednesday, the man who lost his fiancé in a shooting at a Twin Cities gas station spoke publicly. Nathon Bailey spoke outside of St. Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral in Minneapolis just days before he and Kelly Phillips were supposed to be married.

08/27/2014

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Turner Syndrome Support Group Born From WCCO Radio Broadcast

Turner Syndrome is a disorder you’ve likely never heard of. About one in 2,500 girls are born with it, and it prevents their bodies from maturing fully into women.

08/20/2014

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Jet Ski Explodes, Breaking Woman’s Back

An Inver Grove Heights woman lived to tell about how a jet ski exploded while she was riding it. It happened Sunday afternoon on the St. Croix River not far from Afton, Wis. Nicole Montez suffered a broken back. Her friend, the driver, wasn’t hurt

08/19/2014

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Generation Next Announces Plan To Bridge Achievement Gap

A group of Minnesotans say they have a new strategy to correct one of the state’s biggest disparities. Four out of 10 students make it to graduation in the city of Minneapolis, seven out of 10 in St. Paul, Minn.

08/18/2014

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Metro HS Football Coaches Talk Safety On Heels Of Player Hospitalization

Football safety in general was a hot topic for several metro coaches Sunday. By coincidence, the gathering was scheduled days after a metro high school football player collapsed. Matt Gegenheimer is a spokesperson for the Heads Up program of USA Football and head coach at Prior Lake High School.

08/17/2014

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Family Mourns Loss Of Brilliant Son, Soon-To-Be Husband

The Phillips family says they feel heartbroken after their son was gunned down at a gas station. The man police want to talk to in connection to his death still hasn’t been found.

08/14/2014

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