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  • Colombia rebels selling cows as drug money drops: Santo

    Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said on Monday the country’s largest rebel group was increasingly selling its cattle to finance South America’s longest-running insurgency as income from trafficking cocaine drops.

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    16 Jan 12
  • Preview: Timberwolves vs Kings

    THE STORY: After one of the worst offensive games in team history, the Sacramento Kings complete the last of a five-game trip by taking on equally stunned Minnesota at Target Center on Monday night. The …

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    16 Jan 12
  • Men’s hoops tonight on KRDS

    The Gustavus Basketball teams are in action tonight at Gus Young Court.It is a women/men doubleheader when the Gusties host the Cobbers of Concordia.The womens play first at 5;45pm, followed by the mens game around …

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    16 Jan 12
  • The Latest – January 16, 2012

    Timberwolves Host Sacramento(Minneapolis, MN) — A pair of NBA teams coming off of embarrassing losses hook up at the Target Center tonight. Minnesota watched an 18-point second half lead slip away in Atlanta on Saturday …

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    16 Jan 12
  • Penalties stiffened in effort to thwart unnecessary hockey hits

    The Minnesota State High School League Board of Directors has approved a recommendation to stiffen several penalties in hockey that become effective immediately. The goal is to continue the League’s efforts to reduce and remove …

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    16 Jan 12
  • wild

    The Minnesota Wild’s heart and soul, Mikko Koivu, sustained an upper-body injury that sure looked like a shoulder injury during Saturday’s 3-2 shootout loss at St. Louis. The Wild returned home after the game before …

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    16 Jan 12
  • Reports: Relief Zumaya agrees to deal with Twins

    Free-agent relief pitcher Joel Zumaya, who missed the entire 2011 season with an elbow injury, has agreed to contract terms with the Minnesota Twins, who will pay him between $800,000 and $1.7 million, if he …

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    16 Jan 12
  • Republican presidential candidate former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman departs the Huckabee Forum 2, a televised event, in Charleston, South Carolina, January 14, 2012.

    Republican presidential hopeful Jon Huntsman will drop out of the White House race on Monday and endorse front-runner Mitt Romney, a senior campaign official said.

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    15 Jan 12