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Sports Fans Feel Impact Of I-35W Weekend ClosureSummer is over, but sadly, road construction season is not. A “Downtown to Crosstown” closure of Interstate 35W from Highway 62 to Interstate 94 is in effect until Monday morning, and it is delaying sports fans all weekend long.
Volunteers Plant Dozens Of Trees In MinneapolisDozens of volunteers spent Saturday morning planting trees in Minneapolis. Hennepin County foresters helped organize the effort to beautify the Hiawatha Corridor. The foresters taught around 40 volunteers how do plant a tree, before sending them of on their own.
Animal Humane Society Temporarily Lowers Large Dog Adoption FeesIf you have been thinking about adopting a four-legged friend, now may be the time. The Animal Humane Society is lowering adoption fees until Monday on large dogs because they have so many who need a home.
Day 6 In The Search For Jayme ClossIt is day six and the first weekend in the search for Jayme Closs in western Wisconsin. The 13 year old has been missing since early Monday morning. Her parents, James and Denise, were found shot to death inside their home. Someone called 911 from the mother's cellphone at about 1 p.m. Monday morning. Law enforcement showed up four minutes later, but Jayme was gone. There has been no sign of her since.
Minneapolis, St. Paul Taking Different Approaches To Housing The HomelessAs the temperatures cool, the Minneapolis City Council is moving forward with a plan to relocate hundreds of people living in sprawling downtown encampment. One-point-five million dollars will be used to pay for a temporary Navigation Center for the people who are currently camping out near Franklin and Hiawatha avenues.
Elizabeth Warren Ancestry Highlights How Native American Tribes Decide MembershipJon Rios traces his ancestry to the Pima people of Arizona, but he has no tribal enrollment card, lives in Colorado and isn't exactly sure what percentage Native American he is. He has no interest in meeting any federally imposed requirements to prove his connection to a tribe. If anyone asks, he says he's Native American. "I'm a little bit like Elizabeth Warren. I have my ancestral lineage," Rios said, referring to his affiliation with the Pima, also known as Akimel O'odham.

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Granlund Scores In OT, Wild Beat Lightning 5-4Mikael Granlund scored 3:43 into overtime and the Minnesota Wild beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 5-4 on Saturday night. Charlie Coyle, Marcus Foligno, Zach Parise and Jason Zucker all scored in regulation as the Wild rallied again in the third period. Alex Stalock made 27 saves for Minnesota, which has allowed the first goal in six straight games but is 4-1-1 in those contests.
Sports Fans Feel Impact Of I-35W Weekend ClosureSummer is over, but sadly, road construction season is not. A “Downtown to Crosstown” closure of Interstate 35W from Highway 62 to Interstate 94 is in effect until Monday morning, and it is delaying sports fans all weekend long.
Mike Max Goes Duck Hunting In North Dakota Pothole CountryYou hear stories about how good the duck hunting has been with an early migration, so you pack the decoys, waiters and shotgun and head to North Dakota. There is nothing like a trip to North Dakota’s pothole country for a duck hunter. The one thing you notice while you make your way around here is the corn is high, and still in the field. The rains have delayed the annual harvest.
Gophers' Annexstad Hospitalized For Mid-Section Injury In NebraskaMinnesota quarterback Zack Annexstad was treated and released from a Lincoln hospital after getting injured in the first half of the Gophers' game against Nebraska on Saturday. A Minnesota spokesman said Annexstad was on the team airplane for the return trip to Minneapolis. No other details were available.
Huskers Beat Gophers 53-28 For 1st Win Under Scott FrostNebraska built a four-touchdown lead in the first half and survived some nervous moments in the second before pulling away to beat Minnesota 53-28 on Saturday, giving Scott Frost his long-awaited first win as Cornhuskers coach and ending a program-record 10-game losing streak.
Wolves Rest Butler For Dallas Trip, 2nd Game Of Back-To-BackDisgruntled guard Jimmy Butler is skipping the second game of Minnesota's first back-to-back of the season, staying home to rest while the team traveled to Dallas. Coach Tom Thibodeau said the decision was made to rest Butler on Saturday night after the pair visited following his 33-point outing in a 131-123 win over Cleveland in the Timberwolves' home opener. Minnesota was playing in the Mavericks' first home game.

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Sports Fans Feel Impact Of I-35W Weekend ClosureSummer is over, but sadly, road construction season is not. A “Downtown to Crosstown” closure of Interstate 35W from Highway 62 to Interstate 94 is in effect until Monday morning, and it is delaying sports fans all weekend long.
Mike Max Goes Duck Hunting In North Dakota Pothole CountryYou hear stories about how good the duck hunting has been with an early migration, so you pack the decoys, waiters and shotgun and head to North Dakota. There is nothing like a trip to North Dakota’s pothole country for a duck hunter. The one thing you notice while you make your way around here is the corn is high, and still in the field. The rains have delayed the annual harvest.
Volunteers Plant Dozens Of Trees In MinneapolisDozens of volunteers spent Saturday morning planting trees in Minneapolis. Hennepin County foresters helped organize the effort to beautify the Hiawatha Corridor. The foresters taught around 40 volunteers how do plant a tree, before sending them of on their own.
Animal Humane Society Temporarily Lowers Large Dog Adoption FeesIf you have been thinking about adopting a four-legged friend, now may be the time. The Animal Humane Society is lowering adoption fees until Monday on large dogs because they have so many who need a home.
Day 6 In The Search For Jayme ClossIt is day six and the first weekend in the search for Jayme Closs in western Wisconsin. The 13 year old has been missing since early Monday morning. Her parents, James and Denise, were found shot to death inside their home. Someone called 911 from the mother's cellphone at about 1 p.m. Monday morning. Law enforcement showed up four minutes later, but Jayme was gone. There has been no sign of her since.
Minneapolis, St. Paul Taking Different Approaches To Housing The HomelessAs the temperatures cool, the Minneapolis City Council is moving forward with a plan to relocate hundreds of people living in sprawling downtown encampment. One-point-five million dollars will be used to pay for a temporary Navigation Center for the people who are currently camping out near Franklin and Hiawatha avenues.