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The two sparred in an on-air debate hosted by MPR on Monday morning. It was the first and only debate in the Second Congressional District race.
Senior Jacob Opheim scored two goals, including the game-winner in the second half, and Eastview dropped Blaine 3-2 Thursday for its first state soccer championship.
Rosemount went into No. 1-seeded Stillwater on Friday night and upset the Ponies 7-6 to advance to the Class AAAAAA state football tournament.
Steven Michael Toms, 35, a well-known trainer at Lifetime Fitness, died Oct. 30.
Innovative Office Solutions and EAC Product Development snagged spots on Inc. 5000, a yearly ranking of U.S. business.
City officials are in talks with a hotel ownership group that hopes to buy the so-called AAA property, which adjoins the Burnsville Performing Arts Center.
Mrozinski, a St. Paul resident who grew up in Eagan, made it through to the "playoff" round on the national singing competition.
Four House District 51A and 51B candidates traded verbal blows during an hour-long forum hosted by the Eagan Rotary Club on Thursday.
Inver Grove Heights
Molly & Tony Hastings add a new component to their haunted Halloween display every year.
A cheer competition at Lakeville North turns into giant, spontaneous dance party.
Facility will offer assisted living services to senior residents, and The Villas of Lilydale will offer independent living apartments predominantly for the 55+ crowd.
Atlanta-based Zep Inc. purchased the division and will absorb its 110 employees.
The Northfield Police Department is asking hunters out the next few weeks for deer season to keep an eye out for Northfield's Joshua Ben Bohlen, who's been missing since Sept. 20.
The woman in her 60s is the latest case in the state from an outbreak that has caused 28 deaths nationwide.