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Kansas City Royals vs. Minnesota Twins - 7/20/18 MLB Pick, Odds, and Prediction
The Twins hammered out ten hits and walked ten times with Brian Dozier going 2-6 with a homer, five RBI’s and two runs while Eddie Rosario was 3-5 with two runs driven in and two scored followed by Joe Mauer and Robbie Grossman who each drove in a run and combined for three runs scored.Kyle Gibson t
University student competes on national TV
When he is not collecting insects and researching the habitats of bugs, University of Minnesota graduate student Eric Middleton can be found climbing walls, swinging from ropes and jumping over obstacles.
Minnesota Society of CPAs honors Wilson - The Fergus Falls Daily Journal
The Minnesota Society of Certified Public Accountants (MNCPA) recognized Trent Wilson, CPA as one of the state’s newest CPAs.Wilson is among 384 candidates to earn their CPA in the past six months.The process includes completing the CPA exam, considered by many to be one of the most difficult profes
Minnesota inmate accused in guard's death has violent past
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — An inmate accused of killing a Minnesota corrections officer has been disciplined multiple times for violent encounters while incarcerated, including for a fight in which he lost an eye and spent nearly a year and a half separated from the general prison population, authoritie
Bombshell report alleges northern Minnesota congressman kept...
ST. PAUL — U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan responded Thursday, July 19, to a bombshell report detailing how a longtime legislative staffer continued to be employed by Nolan's 2016 re-election campaign despite having been removed from the congressman's federal office following multiple credible allegations of w
Loss to Minnesota shows New England Revolution need defensive help
Jul 18, 2018; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Minnesota United forward Christian Ramirez (21) celebrates his goal in the first half against New England Revolution at TCF Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports
Suspect in Minnesota prison guard's death witnessed his own mother's...
Edward Muhammad Johnson, 42, is the inmate suspected of killing a corrections officer at the state prison in Stillwater on July 18, 2018. Johnson is serving a 29-year sentence for the 2002 murder of his girlfriend at his Bloomington apartment. (Courtesy of the Minnesota Department of Corrections)
Coworkers vow to fight for more staff at Minnesota prison where...
Joseph Gomm, who died after being attacked with a weapon by an inmate serving time for murder at the Stillwater state prison on Wednesday, July 18, 2018. Photo courtesy of Minnesota Department of Corrections
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Records: Deputy in Minnesota shooting disciplined 4 times - Albert Lea Tribune
CHASKA — Personnel records show a sheriff’s deputy involved in the fatal shooting of a suicidal Minnesota teenager has been disciplined four times, but has also received seven performance awards.Documents released Wednesday don’t detail what led to the three suspensions and one written reprimand aga
City approves agreement for Hockey Day Minnesota
According to city documents, the agreement was drafted with input from city staff, officials from the Bemidji Economic Development Authority and committee representatives. The agreement was modeled after a similar document used by leaders in Stillwater, which hosted the event in 2017.
Minnesota congressman faces questions over dismissed staffer
MinnPost reported Thursday that theDemocrat's former legislative director, Jim Swiderski, was allowed to leave the job rather than be
Arrest Made in an Assault with Intent to Kill (Knife) Offense: 3900 Block of Minnesota Avenue, Southeast
Detectivesfrom theMetropolitan Police Department'sSixthDistrictannounced an arrest has been made in reference to anAssaultwithIntent to Kill(Knife) offense that occurred on Tuesday, July 17, 2018, in the3900block ofMinnesota Avenue,Southeast.
8th Circuit upholds Minnesota doctor's $421,000 restitution order
The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that a lower-court judge did not err in concluding Dr. Elena Polukhin not only received kickbacks but also conspired more broadly with two men, a pharmacist and a part-owner at Best Aid Pharmacy, to defraud the government.
Summit’s new Soul: Minnesota brewer taps ND roots for new flavor
When St. Paul’s Summit Brewing Co. hit a bump in the road at the end of 2017 and was forced to lay off employees for the first time in its 32-year history, founder and president Mark Stutrud looked back home to get the company back on track.The brewer released a new beer with barley grown on his cou
Minnesota Vikings ranked near the top on ESPN Future Power Rankings
ESPN puts a spin on the power ranking idea by doing their Future Power Rankings, where they look at the next three seasons and rank the team in five categories: quarterback, overall roster, draft skills, front office, and coaching.
Minnesota man shoots, critically wounds 30-year-old stepson
RUTLEDGE, Minn. - A 59-year-old man in eastern Minnesota shot and critically wounded his 30-year-old stepson as the younger man tried to break into his stepfather's home.Pine County sheriff's officials were called early Thursday about a disturbance at a home in Rutledge. Deputies were responding whe
Day Four Of MS Ride Across Minnesota Shortened Due To Rain
GOOD THUNDER, MN-Roughly 500 bicyclists were forced to make a pit stop on their way to Mankato.The 2018 Bike MS: Ride Across Minnesota took a bump in the road as Thursday morning showers closed the trail.At Good Thunder City Park, the fifth and final rest stop of the day, riders relinquished their t
Minnesota attorney general bans ‘Help the Vets’ charity in...
The charity was accused of making false claims to prospective donors, Attorney General Lori Swanson announced Thursday, July 19.
X Games begin for second year in Minnesota
“The way that we actually set up the venue and construct the event, it allows our fans to get really close,” says X Games Vice President Tim Reed.