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Police said it likely would have taken about four pick-up loads to take that much copper.
Following a grand jury indictment in Clay County, Idris Abdullahi Haji-Mohamed of Rochester now faces a first degree, premeditated murder charge and increased bail in connection with a Moorhead shooting.
Randy Fitzgerald, a quadriplegic video game player from Rochester, helped develop a button layout designed for disabled gamers for the Call of Duty franchise in 2006. He was never credited by name, despite the layout being named after his gamer tag, "N0M4D." That now changed after the Nov. 5 release of "Call of Duty: Vanguard" this year.
Vada Kay Wiginton has fought stage 5 kidney cancer. Twice.

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Mantorville, Minn., has long had a reputation of being one of the most haunted towns in the state, headlined by reported paranormal activity at the Mantorville Opera House, the Restoration House and other locations. But the town isn't the only one in southeast Minnesota with reported ghosts.
Kalley Newkirk, a 25-year-old pregnant woman who has worked at Mayo Clinic for four years, opposes the requirement for employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Currently on administrative leave, she wrote a very critical letter of resignation, spurring a right wing talk show host to bring her on his online show.
The adage that the client is always right has morphed into "Fight Club" rules, said Dr. Christine Vogel.
Rochester writer Charles Pappas knows a lot about World's Fairs and World Expos. You might say that he has been obsessed with the topic, since attending the 1965 World's Fair in New York as a wide-eyed 9-year-old. Pappas is a senior writer for Exhibitor Magazine, based in downtown Rochester. The magazine covers the trade show industry and corporate event marketing. That extends to world expos, like the one that began in Dubai on Oct. 1. After writing a book on the topic in 2018, he is probably the world's expert on the history of world’s fairs and expos.
Steve Johnson, who has owned Zumbrota Ford for 22 years, is known for his loud and goofy car commercials that feature him and often his daughter wearing silly costumes. His dealership is making headlines this week, because he agreed to shoot a free commercial script by John Oliver of HBO's "Last Week Tonight." Oliver described the commercial as a “Tense, domestic psychodrama” about the end of marriage and an all-wheel drive minivan from Zumbrota Ford.
Columnist Jen Koski lets Donna Anderson talk about her wedding 82 years ago.

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'We need to remember what can happen.'
Change in eviction restrictions isn't expected to spur increase in local court action, but could drive added requests for assistance as property owners continue to wait for unpaid back rent.
Dave Johnson and Mark Korinek both became Mayo Clinic's first-ever 400-time blood donors. The best friends, who met through homeschooling their children, emphasize the importance of donating blood and how it's impacted their lives.

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