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US Sending 1,000 More Troops To Middle East Amid Iran TensionsThe United States is sending 1,000 additional troops to the Middle East as tensions with Iran continue to rise after recent attacks on two oil tankers, which the U.S. says were carried out by Iranian forces.
Why Do Some People Like Spicy Foods & Not Others?Minnesota foods have centered traditionally around Norwegian or German traditions that have tended to be more bland. There’s an old Ole and Lena joke that ketchup is a spice in Minnesota.
'Summer Skolstice' Music Festival To Take Over Vikings Facility In EaganThree acts take the stage each night, with headliners Rick Springfield Thursday, Elle King Friday and St. Paul and the Broken Bones Saturday. Other performers include Sheila E., Joss Stone, Judith Hill and the Minneapolis Funk All-Stars.
2 Teens Charged In Deadly Robbery Attempt In MinneapolisTwo teenagers have been charged in an attempted armed robbery last week that resulted in the shooting death of a 39-year-old Maple Grove man in Northeast Minneapolis.
2 U Of M Wrestlers Remain Jailed On Suspicion Of Criminal Sexual MisconductThe Hennepin County Attorney's Office has until noon Tuesday to file charges against the two men.
'We'll Keep Fighting': Freeborn County Landowners Call On State To Stop Wind ProjectThe Freeborn Wind Project by Chicago-based Invenergy calls for 42 turbines set up throughout four townships.
Later Is Better: Cool Weather Makes Way For Bigger, Sweeter StrawberriesThe United States has experienced the wettest 12 months in history and that is having a big impact on agriculture.
'Take A Bag, Leave A Bag': Minneapolis Woman Launches Initiative To Keep Neighborhood CleanA Minneapolis woman came up with a way to keep her neighborhood clean, hopefully with the help of her neighbors.
Twin Cities Pride Parade Moving To 2nd Avenue Due To ConstructionConstruction on one of the busiest streets downtown has caused organizers to move the Pride parade route. This year, the parade will start on 2nd Avenue at 3rd Street. 
Twins' Strong Showing In All-Star Game VotingThe Twins are displaying great numbers in the All-Star Game (ASG) voting.
Runner Gabe Grunewald's Spirit Lives On As Hundreds Turn Out To Celebrate Her Life Hundreds of people came to Minneapolis on Monday to celebrate the life of former Gopher and pro runner Gabriele “Gabe” Grunewald.
Toronto Police Confirm Shooting During Raptors' Championship ParadeTwo people were injured and two are in custody after a shooting Monday at the Toronto Raptors' championship parade in the city's Nathan Phillip's Square.