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  1. Holiday lights spell out 'Trump is a Traitor' overlooking Lake of the IslesRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Star Tribune

    As a real estate mogul, reality TV host and now president, Donald Trump is used to having his name up in lights - but not like this. "TRUMP IS A TRAITOR" shines brightly in red and green holiday colors from the second-story balcony of a home that backs up to Lake of the Isles in Minneapolis, and the man behind the message says the sign is based on fact and not opinion.

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  2. Police search for suspects in N. Minneapolis kidnapping-turned-shootingRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Star Tribune

    Police are trying to track down two men they say forced a woman into an SUV at gunpoint and later shot her Sunday afternoon in north Minneapolis. According to police, officers found the victim, whose name and age weren't released, in the 2100 block of Emerson Avenue some time after 5 p.m. on Sunday.

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  3. Baby, it's warm outside for December in Minn.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Star Tribune

    The unseasonably warm weather meant lighter jackets and lighter moods for Bob and Shelley Lynch as they strolled through northeast Minneapolis with their dogs. They would have walked Hank and Ren on Sunday afternoon even in the cold, they said, but the springlike temperatures put a bounce in their step.

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  4. Treasure or 'dump'? Minneapolis Park Board weighs future of Wirth houseRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Star Tribune

    One of the perks of being a superintendent for the Minneapolis Park Board is living in a grand, six-bedroom house near Lake Harriet. Despite its prime location and enticing rent, only half of the park leaders have moved in over the years, leaving the 108-year-old Dutch Colonial mostly vacant for months at a time.

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  5. Saturday's prep sports roundupRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Star Tribune

    Cole McCarver scored on a power play 3 minutes, 23 seconds into the third period for the winning goal as Class 1A, No. 4 Mahtomedi beat host Hastings 4-3 on Saturday in boys' hockey.

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  6. Nebraska, StanfordRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 15 | Star Tribune

    Stanford played Nebraska in the NCAA DI Championship Volleyball match on Saturday, Dec. 15, 2018 at Target Center in Minneapolis, Minn.

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  7. North St. Paul upsets No. 1 DeLaSalle in boys' basketballRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 14 | Star Tribune

    North St. Paul upset DeLaSalle, ranked No. 1 in Class 3A by Minnesota Basketball News, 79-74 on Friday night in Minneapolis.

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  8. Indoor sky-diving center opening near RidgedaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 14 | Star Tribune

    It's the real thing - not a simulation. But it's indoors and fliers don't have to worry about their chute not opening.

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  9. Bathroom remodel will leave tenants without showerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 14 | Star Tribune

    Q: My husband and I have an issue with our landlord, who told us today that he is planning to start remodeling our bathroom. The remodel would leave us unable to shower for days.

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  10. Get rooted with these appealing paintings at Minneapolis' Groveland GalleryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 13 | Star Tribune

    Rice's modestly sized acrylic paintings of plants, flowers, aquariums in unexpected places and rural Minnesota landscapes are a reminder that spring will come again. The most inventive works here bring a surrealist touch to the mix, like a painting of little fishes swimming impossibly inside a platter meant for pie, such as the ones found at diners.

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  11. Minnesota certifies first black-led cooperative credit unionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 12 | Star Tribune

    North Minneapolis is one step closer to having its first black-led credit union after Village Financial Cooperative received a contingent charter approval from the state Department of Commerce on Wednesday. Village Financial, whose creation was spurred on by the police killing of Philando Castile in 2016, seeks to financially support black residents in north Minneapolis by providing an alternative to payday loan companies and check-cashing services.

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  12. Election results: Getting a majority is crucial. It should be...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 12 | Star Tribune

    The American Swedish Institute's annual Julgladje show includes songs, games and stories about "tomtes", Swedish gnomes, brought to life by children in the show. It's simply a way to replicate what we already do at political conventions.

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  13. Investigation continues into north Minneapolis triple shooting that...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 11 | Star Tribune

    Minneapolis police detectives are combing through witness statements, surveillance video and other evidence to determine what led to a shooting Monday evening that left three people wounded, including a middle schooler who was caught in crossfire as he walked along the street. Officers were called at 6:04 p.m. to the 700 block of West Broadway for a reported shooting.

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  14. How in the world did Harold Baines get elected to the baseball Hall of Fame?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 10 | Star Tribune

    Welcome to the Monday edition of The Cooler, where this is none of my business, but a let's get to it: *My dad was in Minneapolis to visit this weekend, and as is common our conversation turned to baseball. It was Sunday night, and I had given him a book of famous baseball photographs as an early Christmas present, and one of them featured an aging Ted Williams having a conversation in the mid-1980s with two of the best hitters of that era: Don Mattingly and Wade Boggs.

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  15. Prep athletes of the week: DeLaSalle's Battle picks up scoring slack as team aims at title runRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 10 | Star Tribune

    Last year was Battle's first at DeLaSalle, so he never experienced the highs associated with the Islanders' six consecutive state titles. But he suffered through the end of their streak last year when they lost to Columbia Heights in the Class 3A semifinals.

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  16. The Drive: Metro Transit prepares for E-Line rapid bus on Hennepin AvenueRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 9 | Star Tribune

    With funding for the new Orange Line in hand, Metro Transit is preparing for another big bus project - the E-Line. Rapid buses operate like light-rail trains on wheels, stopping only at stations and platforms about every quarter- to half-mile apart.

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  17. Real estate powerhouse Ackerberg Group bets big in Uptown and St. PaulRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 9 | Star Tribune

    Stuart Ackerberg may have hit a few hiccups, but he was always certain the second phase of his MoZaic office development in the Uptown area of Minneapolis would get built. He constructed MoZaic West during the tail end of the recession and its sibling building was nearly derailed when its major tenant backed out of the project four years ago.

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  18. Property taxes climbing, but needs are many, activists sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 8 | Star Tribune

    Property taxes are rising, and objections are being raised, but in St. Paul and Minneapolis, criticism has come with a twist. Jeffrey Strand, a longtime activist in the Shingle Creek neighborhood of north Minneapolis, told City Council members a few weeks ago that a property-tax statement he received in November projected a 17.6 percent increase in 2019.

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  19. Developers eye building projects near Southwest light-rail stationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 8 | Star Tribune

    John Haga, owner of Bongo's & Bud's Music Center in downtown Hopkins, envisions hopping on the Southwest light-rail line near his shop and heading over to the Turf Club for a bit of live music in St. Paul. Now that construction of the $2 billion light-rail line has begun, that kind of one-seat public transit trip to the Capitol City, once unfathomable, isn't so far-fetched.

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  20. Burger Friday: Minnesota Wild owner's St. Paul restaurant scores with ultimate butter burgerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 7 | Star Tribune

    The burger : What may be the ultimate in butter burgers can be found at Herbie's on the Park in downtown St. Paul. It's called the Tavern Burger, a somewhat deceptive name since no neighborly mom-and-pop joint would maintain the attention to detail that's lavished on this specimen.

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