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  • Minnesota Sports

    Here is the latest sports news: The Bucs rallied past the Vikings. The Gophers outlasted Miami-Ohio. The Indians trimmed the reeling Twins.

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    19 Sep 11
  • Sport Headlines for 9/19/11

    Major League Baseball today on KNUJ: Minnesota at New YorkCoverage begins at 12:28pmon 860 KNUJ

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    19 Sep 11
  • Teen accused of taking $17,000 in donations for cancer hoax

    A Texas teenager faces theft charges after police said she duped her community into giving her $17,000 because they erroneously believed she was dying of cancer.

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    19 Sep 11
  • Arkansas town searching for toe-sucking assailant

    There’s nothing illegal about a foot fetish but police in Conway, Arkansas, are looking for a toe-sucking man they said has crossed the line into assault.

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    19 Sep 11
  • Greek Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelos addresses reporters after an unscheduled cabinet meeting in Athens September 18, 2011

    International lenders told Greece on Monday it must shrink its public sector and improve tax collection to avoid default within weeks as investors spooked by political setbacks in Europe dumped risky euro zone assets.

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    19 Sep 11
  • Former Governor of Alaska Sarah Palin speaks to supporters at a rally organized by the Tea Party of America in Indianola, Iowa September 3, 2011

    The conservative firebrand could use her electrifying, combative personality to leap into the race to determine the Republican nominee to run for president in 2012.

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    19 Sep 11
  • Army soldiers demonstrate anti-air weaponry to Taiwan's Defence Minister Kao Hua-chu during a military exercise in Penghu in this handout picture taken January 29, 2010

    China’s growing military strength, from stealth jets to aircraft carriers and anti-satellite missiles, has shifted the balance of power in the Taiwan Strait to Beijing’s advantage, and this will not be materially affected by an imminent arms deal with Taiwan.

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    19 Sep 11
  • U.S. President Barack Obama speaks before signing the American Invents Act at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology in Virginia, September 16, 2011

    President Barack Obama will lay out a plan on Monday to cut the U.S. deficit, striking a populist tone aimed at galvanizing his Democratic Party base ahead of the November 2012 election.

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    19 Sep 11